International Summer School


ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE


Lake Como School of Advanced Studies

September 19-23, 2022

Villa del Grumello (Como, ITALY)


INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL

ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Lake Como School of Advanced Studies

Villa del Grumello (Como, ITALY)

September 19-23, 2022


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a core research and application area, pervading many fields of knowledge and offering new perspective in the computational landscape of the future. The main purpose of this second edition of the Summer School “Advances in Artificial Intelligence” is to gather scholars, researchers and PhD students to learn and explore the main advanced topics offered by AI with a wide look towards new perspectives coming by innovative technological scenarios.

The organization of the School includes presentations, discussions and contributions, and proposes research challenges and open issues, as well as concrete case studies related to research and application projects. This edition of the School is organized in collaboration with the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence - AIxIA (https://aixia.it).

The structure of the School comprises six main sessions:

  • Causal, lifelong and relational Machine Learning (AIxIA Working Group on AI & ML)

  • Artificial Intelligence for Human Machine Interaction

  • AI, Language and Computation

  • AI and quantum physics

  • AI and Health (AIxIA Working Group on AI & Health)

  • AI and sustainability

Participants will be asked to actively contribute in the discussions and PhD students will be required to develop a final project proposing a novel integrated research or application proposal exploiting the knowledge and information acquired throughout the courses. The participants will earn 2.5 credits from the PhD School of the University of Milano-Bicocca.

The Summer School is organized by the University of Milano-Bicocca and RCAST - The University of Tokyo, and received the patronage of: Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence; CINI National Lab “Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems” (Milano-Bicocca NODE); Association of Italian Researchers in Japan (AIRJ); National Innovation Centrer Ageing (NICA, UK).

Chairs

Stefania Bandini*, Francesca Gasparini, Katsuhiro Nishinari*

Department of Informatics, Systems and Communications (University of Milano-Bicocca)

*Research center for Advanced Science and Technology (The University of Tokyo)

Lecturers

Thea Aarestad (ETH, Zurich, SWITZERLAND)

Davide Bacciu (University of Pisa - ITALY)

Pierangela Bruno (University of Calabria - ITALY)

Antonio Candelieri (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Marta Calvi (University of Milano-Bicocca)

Felice Dell'Orletta (Istitute for Computational Linguistics, CNR, Pisa, ITALY)

Ivan Donadello (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, ITALY)

Francesco Ferrise (Politecnico di Milano - ITALY)

Elisabetta Fersini (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Julian García Pardiñas (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

Francesca Gasparini (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Gianluigi Greco (University of Calabria - ITALY)

Ryohei Kanzaki (RCAST, The University of Tokyo - JAPAN)

Sae Kondo (MIE University - JAPAN)

Vincenzo Lomonaco (University of Pisa - ITALY)

Sara Magliacane (University of Amsterdam - THE NETHERLANDS and MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab - USA)

Enza Messina (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Christian Napoli (University of Rome "La Sapienza")

Evangelos Niforatos (TU Delft - NETHERLANDS)

Katsuhiro Nishinari (RCAST, The University of Tokyo - JAPAN)

Yukio Ohsawa (The University of Tokyo - JAPAN)

Nic Palmarini (NICA, Newcastle University - UK)

Aurora Saibene (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Silvia Santini (Universidella Svizzera Italiana, USI Lugano - SWITZERLAND)

Nathan Shammah (Unitary Fund, Berkeley - USA)

Fabio Stella (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Guglielmo Tamburrini (University of Naples "Federico II" - ITALY)

Tutors

Alessandra Grossi, Aurora Saibene (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Organization Chairs

Francesca Gasparini, Alessandra Grossi, Aurora Saibene (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Communication Chair

Elisabetta Fersini (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

SUPPORTS


The Summer School is organized and supported by the University of Milano-Bicocca and RCAST - The University of Tokyo

PATRONAGES

COLLABORATIONS

The Summer School is organized in the framework of the activities of Fondazione Alessandro Volta, Lake Como School of Advanced Studies