Lectures in winter semester 2006/2007

Advanced AI Techniques

This course covers some of the topics that are left out or are only scratched on the surface in the "Foundations of Artificial Intelligence" course.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Wolfram Burgard, Prof. Dr. Luc De Raedt, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel and Dr. Kristian Kersting
Web page: Advanced AI Techniques


This course is held in German.

Diese Vorlesung bietet eine ausführliche Einführung in die algorithmischen und theoretischen Grundlagen moderner Handlungsplanungssysteme.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel and Prof. Dr. Malte Helmert
Web page: Handlungsplanung

Robotics Laboratory

The laboratory provides motivated students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge on the development of autonomous agents in the context of RoboCup. This includes topics from the areas of Artificial Intelligence, image/sensor processing, real time systems and control engineering. This semester, the students have to develop a robot that is capable of fast navigation in an indoor and outdoor environment. The robot can either be a rescue robot (tracked or wheeled vehicle) or a humanoid robot.

Course type: Laboratory
Organizers: Dr. Alexander Kleiner, Dr. Sven Behnke and Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel
Web page: Robotics Laboratory

Oberseminar Grundlagen der Künstlichen Intelligenz

In the lab seminar, the members of the lab report on their current research projects.

Course type: AI lab seminar
Organizer: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel
Web page: Oberseminar Grundlagen der Künstlichen Intelligenz

Computer-Supported Modeling and Reasoning

This lecture is about using logic for program development and program analysis. Various logic systems (first-order logic, higher-order logic etc.) will be introduced, and it will be shown how proofs in these systems can be conducted both using paper and pencil and using the interactive theorem prover Isabelle. The general principles of an Isabelle-like theorem prover will be explained. It will be shown how an important part of mathematics and programming languages can be modeled in higher-order logic. The lecture will conclude with a verification case-study.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jan-Georg Smaus
Web page: Computer-Supported Modeling and Reasoning