Adrian Groza

Associate Professor,

Techical University of Cluj-Napoca

Research Teaching

Research

I am an associate professor in ISG (Intelligent Systems Group), Department of Computer Science, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. Current work involves research on logic, argumentation knowledge presentation. More recently, my research has focused on: 1) applying argumentation for conflict resolution in ensemble learning, 2) the distinction between argument and explanation in dialogue, 3) the distinction between human reasoning and reasoning of logical-agents, 4) analysing arguments conveyed by people in public arena regarding climate change. Previous research interests lie in the areas of non-monotonic logics, legal reasoning, safety assurance of software systems by means of argumentation, description logics, and their applications in artificial intelligence.

Recent Activity

General Co-chair at MIKE2018

I co-organised with Rajendra Prasath the 6th Int. Conf. on Minining Intelligence and Knowledge Exploration, 20-22 December 2018, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The proceedings have been published by Springer in LNAI.

Invited Lecture at Engineering Summer University

ESA, 15-29 July 2018, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Lectures on Semantic Web and Epistemic Games

Lectures at Technical University of Košice

TUKE, I had lectures on Description Logics, Epistemic Logic, and Taking decisions under the CEEPUS programme, May, 2018.

Collaboration

Research Grants

ARGCLIME

Increasing understanding on climate change through public discourse analyse and stakeholders modelling, Sep-Dec 2016, EEA-Grant

LELA

Collaborative Recommendation System in the Tourism Domain Using Semantic Web Technologies and Text Analysis in Romanian Language, Dec. 2013- Mai 2014, UEFSCDI (with Recognos).

GREEN-VANETS

Improving transportation using Car-2-X communication and multi agent systems, Oct 2013- Sep 2014,

ARGSAFE

Using Argumentation for justifying safeness in complex technical systems, Romania-Argentina Bilateral Contract, July 2013-June 2015.

ASDEC

Ontology enrichment and evaluation

AODR

Automating Online Dispute Resolution for B2B using multi-agent systems, TD7, CNCSIS-534, 2007-2008


Publications

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Teaching

Artificial Intelligence

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

I follow the fist part from the Russell and Norvig, AIMA, 3rd edition: Intelligent agents, Solving problems by searching, Behind classical search, Adversarial search, Constraint satisfaction problems, Logical agents, First order logic, Inference in First Order Logic, Classical Planning, Planning and acting in real world, Common sense reasoning with event calculus.

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Intelligent Systems

I follow the fist part from the Russell and Norvig, AIMA, 3rd edition: Quantifying uncertainty, Probabilistic reasoning, Probabilistic reasoning over time, Making simple decisions, Makinng complex decisions, Learning from examples, Knowledge in learning, Learning probabilistic models, Reinforcement learning, Natural language processing, Natural language for communication

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Knowledge-Based Systems

Models in First order logic, Semantic Web, Description logics, Inference in description logics, Ontology Engineering, Epistemic games with Dynamic Epistemic Logic, Software verification with Computational Tree Logic, Fuzzy logic

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Diploma projects

15

Master projects

91

Publications

6

Research contracts

Available PhD. topics

Available Diploma & Master Projects

Current Diploma & Master Students

Students

Former Diploma Students

Former Master Students

Software

ARGSENSE

Making sense of arguments posted on online debate sites using subjective logic and textual entailment

ARGMED

Argument mining in medical documents

AHP-OntoEval

An ontology selection and ranking system based on analytical hierarchy process

SafeED

Tanslating the Goal Structuring Notation (GSN)  into description logic in order check the GSN model for consistency

OntoRich

Ontology enrichment and evaluation

EMKA

Agent-based mediation of conflicting medical information using textual entailment and fuzzy argumentation

Contact

26-28 Baritiu Street
Cluj-Napoca, 500025, room 21

Adrian.Groza@cs.utcluj.ro

+40 (264) 401446