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  • 07 June 2022 - BIRAFFE2 Data Descriptor in Sci Data! Data Descriptor for our BIRAFFE2 dataset was published in Nature Scientific Data (10.1038/s41597-022-01402-6; IF 6.444). Take a look at the paper and do not hesitate to use our dataset in your research!

  • 23 May 2022 - [AIRA seminar] dr hab. inż. Marcin Hernes, & dr inż. Krzysztof Lutosławski & Agata Kozina We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. dr hab. inż. Marcin Hernes, prof. UEW & dr inż. Krzysztof Lutosławski assistant professor @ UEW & Agata Kozina, Ph.D. candidate @ UEW will give a talk entitled Artificial intelligence for support business processes will start on Thursday (26.05.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 13 May 2022 - [AIRA seminar] dr hab. Mateusz Hohol We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. dr hab. Mateusz Hohol, prof. @ Jagiellonian University will give a talk entitled Investigating and facilitating human geometric cognition through VR/AR technologies will start on Thursday (19.05.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 30 April 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Magdalena Wiercioch We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Magdalena Wiercioch, PhD Candidate @ UJ will give a talk entitled Machine Learning in Drug Discovery: Applications and Techniquesy will start on Thursday (05.05.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 11 April 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Maciej Szelążek We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Maciej Szelążek, PhD Candidate @ AGH UST will give a talk entitled Semantic Data Mining Based Decision Support for Quality Assessment in Steel Industry will start on Thursday (14.04.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 04 April 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Przemysław Kazienko & Jan Kocoń We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Przemysław Kazienko, Full Professor @ Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and Jan Kocoń, Assistant Professor @ Wroclaw University of Science and Technology will give a talk entitled Personalized NLP will start on Thursday (07.04.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 25 March 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Bartłomiej Nawara We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Bartłomiej Nawara, PhD Candidate @ Jagiellonian University will give a talk entitled On open problems of theory of knowledge, based on Luciano Floridi’s theory of semantic information will start on Thursday (31.03.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 18 March 2022 - [AIRA seminar] dr Michał Araszkiewicz We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Dr Michał Araszkiewicz, Assistant Professor @ Jagiellonian University will give a talk entitled Artificial Intelligence and (Human Rights) Law will start on Thursday (24.03.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 11 March 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Radosław Pałosz We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Radosław Pałosz, PhD Candidate @ UJ will give a talk entitled Explaining the Artificial Intelligence Act will start on Thursday (17.03.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 10 March 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Maciej Mozolewski We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Maciej Mozolewski, PhD Candidate @ UJ will give a talk entitled Demonstration of InXAI framework on ensemble classifier ML model will start on Thursday (10.03.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 25 February 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Michał Kuk We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Michał Kuk, PhD Candidate @ AGH UST will give a talk entitled Enhancing cluster analysis with explainable AI and multidimensional cluster prototypes will start on Thursday (03.03.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 27 January 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Victor Rodriguez-Fernandez We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Victor Rodriguez-Fernandez, assistant Professor at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid will give a talk entitled Modern deep learning approaches for time series will start on Thursday (27.01.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 20 January 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Jakub Jakubowski We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Jakub Jakubowski, Ph.D. candidate at the AGH UST will give a talk entitled Explainable anomaly detection in hot-rolling process will start on Thursday (20.01.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 13 January 2022 - [AIRA seminar] Szymon Bobek We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Szymon Bobek, assistant Professor at the Jagiellonian University will give a talk entitled Challenges in Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Industry 4.0 will start on Thursday (13.02.2022) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).
  • 31 December 2021 - Two papers for the end of the 2021! Our efforts in 2021 resulted in two papers published at the end of the year! We encourage you to read them and contact with us for more information. First one deals with the Immersive Parallel Coordinates Plots (IPCP) system for Virtual Reality (VR) (DOI: 10.3390/app12010331; published on 30th December in MDPI Applied Sciences; IF 2.679). The second one presents our solution for predictive maintenance (PdM) (DOI: 10.3390/s22010291; published on 31st December in MDPI Sensors; IF 3.576)

  • 10 December 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Timos Kipouros. We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Timos Kipouros, a Senior Research Associate at the University of Cambridge will summarise some of the research threads being developed in the Engineering Design Centre at the University of Cambridge. His talk entitled Visual Analytics for Aerospace and Healthcare Systems Design will start on Thursday (16.12.2021) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 3 December 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Bartosz Soból. We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Bartosz Soból, a PhD Candidate at Jagiellonian University will present his research interests in a talk entitled Recent developments of machine learning in experimental particle physics. We start on Thursday (09.12.2021) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 26 November 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Grzegorz J. Nalepa. We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Professor Grzegorz J. Nalepa will summarise our research done in the area of Industry 4.0 in a talk entitled Artificial Intelligence in Industry 4.0: Data, Models, and Knowledge. We start on Thursday (02.12.2021) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 19 November 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Marcin Tutajewski. We kindly invite you to the next seminar in the AIRA series. Marcin Tutajewski, a PhD Candidate at Jagiellonian University will present his research related to fMRI data analysis in a talk entitled Classification of ROI-based fMRI data in short-term memory tasks using discriminant analysis and neural networks. We start on Thursday (25.11.2021) at 15:30!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 15 November 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Krzysztof Kutt: AI with psychology – a few words on affective adaptation and personalisation of intelligent systems. The next seminar in the AIRA series will be devoted to the use of psychological methodology (in particular emotion research) in the development of intelligent systems. Krzysztof Kutt will highlight the key findings of research conducted in this area by the AfCAI team. As always, we start on Thursday (18.11.2021) at 15:30. You are welcome!
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 1 November 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Andrzej Grabowski: Telepresence and simulators – modern use of Virtual Reality in robotics and training with possible application of AI. We invite you to the third seminar in the AIRA series. Andrzej Grabowski, head of Virtual Reality Laboratory in Department of Safety Engineering of Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute, will show three different VR applications and discuss the possibilities of improving training simulations by using AI to modify the course of the training scenario in real-time. We start on 4 November at 15:30.
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 25 October 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Marcin Woźniak: Smart environment – AI meets IoT. The second seminar in the AIRA series will begin this Thursday (28.10.2021) at 15:30. Marcin Woźniak, PhD, a Professor at Silesian University of Technology, will talk about IoT and AI-based solutions for smart enrivonments. He will show and discuss latest advances and ideas in model of data processing and automatic control of processes and devices used in these environments.
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).

  • 18 October 2021 - [AIRA seminar] Bartłomiej Małkus: Financial modeling with applications of machine learning and explainable AI. We invite you to the first seminar in the AIRA series. Bartłomiej Małkus, a PhD candidate at the Jagiellonian University in Technical Computer Science, will talk about financial modelling, including financial instruments pricing, risk modeling and financial data sources that may be used for research purposes. We start on 21 October at 15:30.
    See https://aira.geist.re/ for more details (meeting link, abstract, biogram, full schedule).
  • 10 October 2021 - AIRA seminar! GEIST is happy to announce, that we are launching an open, online seminar on Artificial Intelligence in Research and Applications (AIRA). It will be a weakly event with various guests from many different AI-related research fields as well as industry and business areas. Please save your Thursdays between 3:30-5:00 PM Warsaw Time. The program will be published at https://aira.geist.re
  • 24 June 2021 - Paper in the Sensors: 20th Anniversary special issue! We have published one more paper in MDPI Sensors (IF 3.576)! We encourage you to read our review on Semantic Data Mining in Ubiquitous Sensing – available in open access under DOI: 10.3390/s21134322.

  • 30 April 2021 - Special Session on XPdM 2021. We would like to invite you to submit articles for the special session on Data-Driven Predictive Maintenance for Industry 4.0 (XPdM 2021) to be held on October 6-9, 2021, Porto-Portugal (Online), co-located with IEEE DSAA 2021. It is co-organised by Grzegorz J. Nalepa and linked to our XPM project (eXplainable Predictive Maintenance; CHIST-ERA-19-XAI-012). Call for papers and more information are provided at: https://sites.google.com/g.uporto.pt/ddpdm2021/.

  • 17 April 2021 - Summer School on Data-Driven Predictive Maintenance for Industry 4.0. A summer school sponsored by the international XPM project (eXplainable Predictive Maintenance; CHIST-ERA-19-XAI-012), in which the Polish team is led by Grzegorz J. Nalepa, will be held online on October 3-5, 2021. You are cordially invited! The Summer School is for students, researchers, and practitioners who want to learn how to implement predictive maintenance to solve real industrial problems using machine learning approaches. More information at: https://hh.se/PMSummerSchool.
  • 30 December 2020 - Two papers in MDPI's journals! Recently, we have published papers on the ongoing research in the PACMEL project and the BIRAFFE study. The former can be seen in MDPI Energies (10.3390/en13246630; IF 2.702) and the latter in MDPI Sensors (10.3390/s21010163; IF 3.275). We hope you will enjoy them! And don't hesitate to ask if you have questions!

  • 1 December 2020 - Another success in the CHIST-ERA Call! The previous project is still ongoing (PACMEL, CHIST-ERA Call 2017), but Grzegorz J. Nalepa get another grant! XPM: eXplainable Predictive Maintenance is among awarded projects in CHIST-ERA Call 2019. The project involves researchers from Poland, France, Portugal and Sweden. See the NCN announcement.
  • 28 August 2020 - Our three papers will be presented during workshops @ECAI 2020! Let's talk about Framework for Affective Games' Experiments @MRC and our BIRAFFE2 dataset @HAII. We will also present some recent results from PACMEL grant during KR4L. ECAI conference is fully online this year, so it is easier to join many fascinating events - let's meet there together!
  • 24 September 2019 - BIRAFFE dataset (Bio-Reactions and Faces for Emotion-based Personalization) with ECG and GSR signals, facial expressions, personality traits and more, collected by us in the spring 2019, is now available under the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence at Zenodo! :-)

  • 3 June 2019 - A guest from Cambridge! This week Sławomir Tadeja, a guest from University of Cambridge, is visiting us. We will work hard together on our common research topics. He will also give a speech on Immersive Visual Analytics at a seminar at AGH-UST – we invite you on Wednesday 9:35 to room C2 429!
  • 18 May 2019 - Finish of the spring experiment! Yesterday, we finished current session of affective experiments. More than 200 people took part in the 1.5h study with pictures, sounds, games, paper and gamepad. Thank you all for your help! Now we will look closely at the data. We promise to create great articles describing our results. Stay tuned!
  • 26 March 2019 - Affective experiment in GEIST! We are starting the big affective experiment to further develop our ideas on wearable devices, affective computing and affective games. If you are interested in helping us as a participant, take a look at http://krzysztof.kutt.pl/badania2019 (in polish).

  • 21 September 2018 - Dedicated AfCAI page! A dedicated page on our Affective Computing-related research is now available at https://afcai.re/. You can find there: description of our research network, list of AfCAI-related publications, outline of affective software and the history of AfCAI Workshops. Visit us at https://afcai.re/!

  • 15 July 2018 - Award on HAI 2018! "AIded with emotions" by Barbara Giżycka, Grzegorz J. Nalepa & Paweł Jemioło, our paper on the design of games with affective loop, was presented as demo at HAI and received The Popular Choice Award for the most downloaded paper of the workshop!
  • 27 June 2018 - Krzysztof Kutt, PhD! The fourth doctorate in GEIST! Today, the prestigious group joined Krzysztof Kutt – congratulations and wish you further success!

  • 10 May 2018 - The next GEIST PhD in progress! Krzysztof Kutt has not yet defended his doctoral dissertation, but he already presented the results as a guest at the “Collective Intelligence in Information Systems” seminar in Wroclaw. Photos and slides are available at the seminar webpage.
  • 18 April 2018 - The AfCAI 2018 Workshop! The second workshop on AfCAI starts tommorow at Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain. Let's talk about affective computing together!

  • 23 November 2017 - Seminarium RnD: Parallel Cooperative Hybrid Metaheuristics: some results and trendsr! Kolejne „Seminarium badawczo-rozwojowe” już w czwartek 23.11.2017 o godz. 09:30 w sali 224 C2. Prof. Salvador Abreu z University of Évora opowie o metaheurystykach wykorzustyjących zrównoleglanie solverów bazujących na standardowych heurystykach. Więcej informacji o temacie seminarium oraz sylwetka prelegenta znajdują się na stronie WWW seminarium. Zapraszamy!
  • 1 October 2017 - Fresh blood in GEIST! The team has grown up with new people – two trainees: Paweł Jemioło & Piotr Misiak and one PhD candidate: Barbara Giżycka are now with us. With new strength and enthusiasm we can develop our projects in the new academic year :-)

  • 10 September 2017 - Rules & SKE lectures at DECLARE'17! Next week the DECLARE'17 Summer School begins. One of the lecturers will be Grzegorz J. Nalepa. He will talk about Semantic Knowledge Engineering (SKE), Rules and Context–Aware Systems. This will be supplemented by practical laboratories where participants will use many cool tools to create their own simple systems.
  • 16 June 2017 - 8 GEIST papers at ICAISC 2017! GEIST is back from an exhaustive ICAISC 2017 conference in Zakopane. We have presented 8 papers there. Particular congratulations to the leaders of the work: Antoni Ligęza (co-author of 5 of them) and Szymon Bobek (co-created 3 of them)!

  • 21 March 2017 - RnD Seminar! Tommorow, Prof. María-Trinidad Herrero Ezquerro, our guest from University of Murcia, Spain will give a lecture about Measuring emotions and the influence of smell and taste. We will start at 14:00, C2-429. Join us!


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