View the recent news and events in the Section for Cognitive Systems at DTU Informatics.
Danish Human Factors Center Seminar on Measuring Social Networks is arranged in collaboration with the Healthcare Management Group, DTU Management Engineering Inst. Among the speakers are associate professor Sune Lehmann from the Cognitive Systems Section.
In today’s Science you can read an article about a French-Danish research collaboration who has proven that babies down to 5 months have the same consciousness as adults.
Tommy Sonne Alstrøm defends his thesis ‘Assessing Miniaturized Sensor Performance using Supervised Learning, with Application to Drug and Explosive Detection.’
Professor Mark Plumbley is Director of the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary University of London. He is visiting the Section for Cognitive Systems and will give a talk on 'Sustainable Software and Data for Reproducible Research in Audio and Music.'
Associate professor Taylan Cemgil, of Computer Engineering at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, visits the Section for Cognitive Systems and gives a talk on 'Probabilistic Latent Tensor Factorisation.'
Bjørn Sand Jensen defends his thesis 'Integration of top-down and bottom-up information for audio organization and retrieval.'
Associate Professor, Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard from Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University visits the Section for Cognitive Systems and gives a talk on 'Using Collective Sensing for Crowd Behavior Recognition and Eco-Feedback Technologies.'
Politiken, Danish Radio P1, and Ingeniøren have all recently brought news about the ambitious project SensibleDTU, headed by associate professor Sune Lehmann Jørgensen.
The cover of The Villum Foundation’s Annual Report 2012 features graphics designed by associate professor Sune Lehmann Jørgensen based on data from his Social Networks project awarded by the Foundation.
On Monday 28 January you have the chance to attend a lecture on an innovative technology for brain monitoring using ear-EEG developed by Professor Preben Kidmose, Engineering College of Aarhus, Aarhus University.
Physicist in Modelling Complex Systems Jacob Bock Axelsen is visiting Associate Professor Sune Lehmann and the Cognitive Systems Section and gives a talk on ‘Introduction to Language Diversity: The Role of Demographic Growth and Conflicts.'
The project ‘Eye Tracking for mobile devices’ is granted 13 mio. DKK from The Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation/Højteknologifonden. The Section for Cognitive Systems is one of the project partners.
The Cognitive Systems Section will introduce a new course 02452 on Audio Information Processing Systems running from the Spring semester 2013.
Ivana Konvalinka has been granted with an Individual postdoctoral grant from The Danish Council for Independent Research of DKK 2.614.300 for her research project ‘Quantifying two-person neural and physiological mechanisms in real-time social interaction.’
PhD student Fariba Karimi is visiting Associate Professor Sune Lehmann and the Cognitive Systems Section during November. She gives a talk on 'Threshold model of cascades in temporal networks.'
As one of eight, Associate Professor Sune Lehmann at the Section for Cognitive Systems has been admitted to The Young Academy of Denmark this year.
Guest Professor Robert Jenssen, Associate Professor at Department of Physics and Technology, University of Tromsø, is visiting the Section for Cognitive Systems until June 2013. On Friday he gives a talk about ‘Kernel Entropy Component Analysis: A Unifying View.’
Lundbeckfond Fellowship 2012 has decided to grant Associate Professor Morten Mørup from the Section for Cognitive Systems with DKK 10 mill. for his research project ‘Non-parametric Relational Modeling of Functional and Structural Brain Connectivity.’
Thursday the 11th of October the Cognitive Systems Section hosts an afternoon seminar on "Machine Learning in Brain Imaging" featuring talks by Professor Tom Heskes and Assistant Professor Marcel Van Gerven from Radboud University Nijmegen.
Conrad Lee, PhD Student in Computational Social Science, University College Dublin, gives a talk on: 'Are network communities good for nothing? Benchmarking algorithms with inference tasks.'
Associate Research Scientist at Aix-Marseille University, Bruno Goncalves visits the Cognitive Systems Section and gives a talk on 'From Individual Activity to Collective Attention - Insights from Large Scale Social Network Analysis.'
Björn Schuller, DI Dr., Institute for Human-Machine Communication, Technische Universität München, Germany, and Intelligent Acoustic Solutions Group, DIGITAL - Institute for Information and Communication Technologies, JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Graz, Austria, visits the Cognitive Sections Group and will give a CoSound lecture on Computer Audition – Next Stop: Universality.
Simon Nielsen defends his PhD thesis on 'Temporal constraints on visual perception: A psychophysical investigation of the relation between attention capture and the attentional blink.'
Seliz Karadogan defends her PhD thesis "Towards Cognizant Hearing Aids: Modeling of Content, Affect and Attention."
Dr. Cecilia Mascolo, Reader in Mobile Systems in the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK and Dr. Neal Lathia, Research Associate in the Networks and Operating Systems Group of Cambridge University's Computer Laboratory, will give a talk on 'How can sensor data be used to infer how people feel?'
Sebastian Ahnert, Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Theory of Condensed Matter (TCM) group of the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, will give a talk on 'Compressible components reveal network architectures.'
Senior Research Scientist & Group Leader Marc Deisenroth from Learning for Control, TU Darmstadt, visits the Section for Cognitive Systems and will give a talk about expectation propagation inference in Gaussian process dynamical system models.
Again this year, the Section for Cognitive Systems presents a PhD Summer School on Machine Learning.
Professor Sergios Theodoridis gives an Otto Mønsted Guest Professor Lecture on: A Speech/Music Discriminator of Radio Recordings Based on Dynamic Programming and Bayesian Networks.
The Danish Sound Technology Network has developed a smartphone app to collect data live from festivals in order to improve the sound experience. Ingeniøren brought the story on 23 June.
Professor, Dr. C. Lee Giles, Pennsylvania State University, USA, will give a guest lecture on 'Data Mining and Information Extraction for CiteSeerX and Friends' at DTU Informatics on June 26.
On Wednesday 27 June, Professor Sergios Theodoridis will give an Otto Mønsted Guest Professor Lecture on Adaptive Learning in a World of Projections.
In this month’s edition of DTU Avisen, Associate professor Sune Lehmann is interviewed about his visions and his Villum Foundation grant on complex networks.
Assistant Professor Bob L. Sturm from Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology Aalborg University Copenhagen visits the Section for Cognitive Systems as part of the CoSound project and will give a talk about ‘Three experiments in music genre recognition.’
Assistant Professor Yong Yeol Ahn from School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University visits the Section for Cognitive Systems and gives a talk on ‘Community structure and flocking of memes in social networks.’
Associate professor Jan Larsen and postdoc Mikkel Nørgaard Schmidt is part of the innovation consortium INNOSORT that has been granted by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.
Sergios Theodoridis, Professor at University of Athens, Greece, has a Otto Mønsted - Guest Professorship at DTU Informatics. During five Wednesdays he will give lectures on the basic notions of the theory of Sparsity- Aware learning.
Peter Mondrup Rasmussen defends his PhD thesis "Mathematical modeling and visualization of functional neuroimages."
Bertrand Thirion visits the CogSys section and gives a talk on: "Can we recover meaningful spatial information from multivariate pattern analysis?"
Katharina Zweig, Junior research group leader, University of Heidelberg, Germany, will give a talk on 'How to forget the second side of the story - a new way for the one-mode projection of bipartite graphs.'
Andreas Roepstorff from Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN), Aarhus University, visits Cognitive Systems and gives a talk on 'Representational and interactive modes of social cognition ‐ What’s the difference and how to study them.'
Today, Jóan Petur Petersen defends his PhD thesis 'Mining of Ship Operation Data for Energy Conservation.' All are welcome!
Renaud Lambiotte, associate professor in Mathematics at the University of Namur, Belgium, will give a talk about ‘Random Walks on Networks: Dynamics and Teleportation’ at DTU Informatics.
Free half day seminar on auditory interfaces at DTU with speakers Dr. Michael Tangermann, Prof. Dr. Risto Näätänen, and Dr. Ivana Konvalinka. Arranged by Danish Sound Technology Network and Signal Processing Chapter of the IEEE Denmark Section.
Yesterday, the Minister of Education Morten Østergaard awarded PhD student Trine Julie Abrahamsen an EliteForsk-travel grant of 300.000 DKK.
Sune Lehmann Jørgensen receives DKK 6,979,125 from VILLUM FONDEN’s Young Investigator Programme to his project "High Resolution Networks."
Associate Professor Jan Larsen will lead the CoSound-project that has been granted by the Strategic Council of Research.
Associate Professor Jan Larsen is part of the MUSE-project that has been granted by the Strategic Council of Research.
Building on input from an exciting panel of speakers, the workshop will be discussing how to design an experiment that uses smartphones as sociometric badges and what the most exciting research questions are.
Prof. Charles Elkan, University of California, San Diego gives a talk about 'Learning to make predictions in networks.'
Hear Chief Research Scientist, PhD, Docent Timo Honkela with collaborators, Aalto University School of Science, talk about 'Multimodally Grounded Language Technology.'
Hear Bartlomiej Wilkowski defend his PhD thesis on 'Semantic Approaches for Knowledge Discovery and Retrieval in Biomedicine.'
October 5, 2011 DR Pengemagasinet showed how neuro marketing works and Postdoc Carsten Stahlhut used the portable brain scanner in action to see how it effects the consumer.
October 4, 2011 Professor Lars Kai Hansen, Postdoc Carsten Stahlhut and PhD student Arkadiusz Stopczynski was interviewed by the radio on the portable brain scanner.
October 1 2011 the Zonta Denmark grant was awarded for the first time. PhD student Trine Julie Abrahamsen was awarded the grant for her research in Machine Learning.
The story on the Smartphone Brain Scanner, the app developed by scientists at the Cognitive Systems Section at DTU Informatics has now hit the world news.
Interview with Associate Professor Jakob Eg Larsen and PhD Student Arkadiusz Stopczynski in New Scientist on a phone app that runs a portable brain activity scanner.
Today PhD student Morten Arngren will defend his PhD Thesis on Hyperspectral Image Analysis of Food Quality.
Assistant Professor at DTU Informatics, Sune Lehmann Jørgensen, has looked into the Twitter reactions to the recent Virginia earthquake.
IEEE SP Distinguished Lecture on multiview video and signal processing for data analysis by Professor Antonio Ortega from University of Southern California.
Seminar on Alternating Direction Optimization for Convex Inverse Problems - Application to Imaging and Hyperspectral Unmixing by Professor José M. Bioucas-Dias, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal.
Hear Juyong Park talk about "A preliminary cross-national assessment of ideological distribution on web 2.0 and twitter: a system of gated communities?"
DTU students have developed an app to guide you through the music programme at Roskilde Festival.
Around 75.000 people visit the Roskilde Festival each year! A little group of DTU students have developed a little chip to put in the festival wristband, to count how many people are gathered at the same place and hereby improve security at the festival.
Associate professor Jakob Eg Larsen and PhD student Arek Stopczynski will measure how many and where the festival goers are going at the Roskilde Festival this year. Why? To give them the best music experiences in the future.
Again this year, we have our Summer Ph.D. Course in Advanced Signal Processing (02901).
PhD student Carsten Stahlhut is defending his thesis on 'Functional Brain Imaging by EEG: A Window to the Human Mind.'
PhD student Ricardo Henao is defending his thesis on 'Sparse Multivariate Modeling: Priors and Applications'.
The research results of Ph.d. student Carsten Stahlhut can with great precision reconstruct a 3D drawing of the brains activities and thereby help psychiatric patients.
When sound technology is on the agenda, associate professor Jan Larsen at the Section for Cognitive Systems has a vision.
New Scientist article: 'Sensational festival music, from your cellphone'
Ph.d. student at the Section for Cognitive Systems Carsten Stahlhut was interviewed by TV2 Lorry yesterday during the Åbent Hus (Open House) event at DTU.
Play a computer game with your mind! Professor Lars Kai Hansen gives some thoughts on the new kind of fun.
Professor Lars Kai Hansen at the Section for Cognitive Systems has been selected member of The Danish Council for Independent Research | Technology and Production Sciences.
Links til adjunkt v/sektionen for Kognitive Systemer Michael Kai Petersens optræden i Tv2/Lorry fredag 10. dec. og Politiken søndag 12. dec.
Michael Kai Petersen fortæller om sin forskning i Lounge på Tv2 Lorry i aften kl. 20.
Først kunne du lytte til Michael Kai Petersen i morgenradioen, nu kan du læse om hans forskning på dr.dk
Som nævnt har adjunkt Michael Kai Petersen været i Danmarks Radio i dag.
The Ph.D. thesis of assistant professor Michael Kai Petersen about feelings, music and lyrics will soon be on air.
Adjunkt Michael Kai Petersens ph.d.-afhandling omtalt på videnskab.dk
In the latest edition of DTU Avisen you can meet assistant professor Michael Kai Petersen, who invites us into his world of research on how music and lyrics can influence our feelings.
Lektor Jakob Eg Larsen blev i sidste uge interviewet til Børsen om Apples position på markedet.
October 1 2010, Sune Lehmann Jørgensen started as Assistant Professor at the Section for Cognitive Systems, at DTU Informatics.
Keep up with the latest on signal processing, machine learning, and more.
Professor Lars Kai Hansen from DTU Informatics has been appointed “Cátedra de Excelencia” by the Spanish university Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Research scientist Nils Bodammer from Dept. of Lifespan Psychology, Max-Planck-Institute of Human Development, Berlin, guests Cognitive Systems at DTU Informatics.
En Apple-medarbejder skulle angiveligt have glemt en prototype af en Iphone 4G, hvorefter en mand fandt den og solgte den til gadget-siden Gizmodo.
Et nyt samarbejde mellem kunstnere og erhvervsliv kan hjælpe Danmark videre efter krisen.
The world’s leaders right now are gathered at the climate summit in Copenhagen. DTU Informatics has constructed a barometer which continuously gauges the atmosphere around COP15.