The paper titled Regulatory Services to Automate Compliance with Ex-post Enforcement by Lu-Chi Liu, Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi, Thomas van Binsbergen, and Tom van Engers was accepted at AICOL 2022: AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems.
The paper titled Can a military autonomous device follow International Humanitarian Law? by Tomasz Zurek, Jonathan Kwik, Mostafa Mohajeriparizi and Tom Van Engers was accepted at 35th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.
The Big Data Value Association (BDVA) has just published a new position paper on the latest trends in data protection. Entitled “Current Hot Topics in Data Protection” and edited by Zoltan Mann, the position paper summarizes the latest challenges as well as promising technologies in data protection.
The CCI group is well presented at the 15th edition of the Software Language Engineering (SLE) with another paper being accepted, titled: A Language-Parametric Approach to Exploratory Programming Environments by Thomas van Binsbergen, Damian Frolich, Mauricio Verano Merino, Joey Lai, Pierre Jeanjean, Tijs van der Storm, Benoit Combemale, and Olivier Barais.
The paper titled iCoLa: A Compositional Meta-language with Support for Incremental Language Development by Damian Frolich and Thomas van Binsbergen is accepted at the 15th edition of the Software Language Engineering (SLE) conference.
Is it possible to reduce the energy consumption of machine learning, while increasing its security and privacy? Work on the answer as PhD candidate in our research group! See the details and apply here by 20 September 2022: https://vacatures.
To end the academic year in style, the Complex Cyber Infrastructure group went on a sailing trip on the Markermeer. Before the sailing trip could take off, the group needed to gather in the harbour of Monnickendam — a beautiful old city with plenty of sightseeing and picture opportunities.
The paper titled Introducing Normative Advisors into MAS by Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi, Thomas van Binsbergen, Giovanni Sileno and Tom van Engers was accepted at The 19th European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems.
Bas van den Brink’s work on applying model-based testing to microservices has been accepted as a proceedings contribution to BENEVOL’22. He is supervised by Ana Oprescu, Tannaz Zameni (University of Twente), Lammert Vinke (Info Support), and Dr.