Co-organizer of the Workshop on Architectures for Generality & Autonomy (AGA 2017) at IJCAI-17 in Melbourne. Duties included gathering an organizing committee, co-writing the workshop proposal, communication with authors and referees, coordination of the peer review process, and website management.
Responsibility for the creation and grading of programming assignments and some lectures for the 6 ECTS master-level course on Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence.
Giving lectures on document preparation using LaTeX and visualization and presentation of data for a mandatory master-level course on Research Methodology.
Co-chair of the program committee for the Eighth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI-15) in Berlin. Duties included communication with authors and referees, coordination of the peer review process, preparation of the conference proceedings, and chairing sessions during the conference.
Developing tools and algorithms to facilitate research and development for reinforcement learning in multi-objective and continuous domains.
Researching and implementing state of the art machine vision algorithms and software. Focus areas include object detection, 3D scene modeling using one or multiple cameras, pose estimation, task recognition and feature extraction from faces.
Researching the effects of properties (color, size, etc.) of visual stimulation on a special kind of brain response (the SSVEP) for use in Brain-Computer Interfaces. This work entails designing experiments, implementing a BCI, writing articles and collaborating with other researchers in a corporate setting.
Building and maintaining Taekwon-Do Vereniging “Chang-Hun”’s website. The website included a privileged member system, a dynamic agenda, blogging and news features, and the capability to register for events such as trainings and tournaments.
Teaching and preparing Taekwon-Do classes for various groups of small children, teenagers and adults, and 45+ "veterans" of all skill levels.
Creating and extending a web application that provides a new way of interaction for users on the internet that combines the strengths of browsing and chatting using technologies like XML, AJAX and Perl.
Helping create this new university course for sophomore and freshman Artificial Intelligence students. Tasks included:
- Taking over (parts of) lectures from the teacher
- Creating, refining and grading assignments
- Supervising the computer practical session
- Arranging course locations and ICT-infrastructure
- Taking care of communication with the Blackboard web application
Supervising computer practical sessions and grading assignments for introductory programming courses for freshman Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Information Science and Mathematics students.