Programme

Day 1July 4, Thursday
800-900Registration and coffee
Digit Lecture Hall
900-1000Michal Valko
"Active multiple matrix completion with adaptive confidence sets"
1000-1100Roni Stern
"Multi-agent pathfinding: robust and efficient solutions"
Presentation
1100-1115Coffee-break
1115-1200Gennady Osipov
"Introduction to AI methods"
Presentation
1200-1300Sergei Kuznetsov
"Pattern Structures and Pattern Setups for Knowledge Discovery in Complex Data"
Presentation
1300-1400Lunch
1400-1445Hackathon 1.
Dmitry Yudin, CDS Lab, MIPT
"Computer vision and reinforcement learning"
Presentation
GitHub
Archive
1445-1530Hackathon 2.
Alexander Petyushko, Huawei "Metric learning for facial descriptors"
Presentation
Kaggle, GitHub, Archive
1530-1600Coffee-break
1600-2000Poster session
2000-2200Opening dinner
Day 2July 5, Friday
800-900Registration and coffee
Digit Lecture Hall
900-1000Vadim Stefanuk
"Mathematical modeling of distributed memory"
1000-1100Simon Mille
"What about the "Linguistics" in "Computational Linguistics":
The case of Natural Language Generation"
Presentation
1100-1115Coffee-break
1115-1200Industrial lecture 1. Irina Piontkovskaya, Huawei
"Projects and Research Directions of Huawei Noah's Ark Lab"
Presentation
1200-1300Industrial lecture 2
Vitaly Shiryaev, NLMK
“Data analysis and mathematical modeling on NLMK” +
NLMK hackathon announce
Presentation
Video
1300-1400Lunch
Digit Room 2.36 Arctic Room 4.18
1400-1530Workshop 1.
Roni Stern and Konstantin Yakovlev, AIRI
"Single- and multi-agent path finding algorithms"
Archive
Workshop 2.
Ivan Mazurenko, Huawei
"On fundamental mathematical problems of deep learning"
Presentation
1530-1600Coffee-break
1600-2000Tutorial 1.
Mikhail Korobkin, Yandex
“HD maps construction”
Archive
Tutorial 2.
Ivan Fursov, Tinkoff
"Neural Networks with Attention Mechanism for Efficient Paraphrase Retrieval"
GitHub
Archive
2000-2200Free time
Day 36 July, Saturday
800-900Registration and coffee
Arctic Lecture Hall
900-1000Ricardo R. Gudwin
“Motivational Systems in Cognitive Architectures”
Presentation
1000-1100Evgeny Osipov
“Computing with randomness: A new-old paradigm for energy efficient Artificial Intelligence”
Presentation
1100-1115Coffee-break
1115-1200Ildar Batyrshin
“Outline of the general theory of similarity, correlation and association measures and its applications to constructing measures of relationship of data for different domains”
Presentation
1200-1300Vladimir Gorodetsky
“Behavior-based Paradigm for Group Control of Agent Networks”
Presentation
1300-1400Lunch
Digit Room 2.36Arctic Room 4.18
1400-1730Tutorial 3.
Dilyara Baymurzina, iPavlov MIPT
"How to solve NLP tasks with DeepPavlov"
GitHub
Archive
Tutorial 4.
Ricardo R. Gudwin
"Using CST to build a Cognitive Architecture
controlling an NPC in a Computer Game"
Presentation
1730-1800Coffee-break
Arctic Lecture Hall
1800-1900Hermann Ney
“Speech Recognition and Machine Translation: From Bayes Decision Rule to Deep Learning”
Presentation
1900-2000Ruslan Salakhutdinov
"Recent Advances in Deep Reinforcement Learning"
2000-2200Free time
Day 47 July, Sunday
800-900Registration and coffee
Arctic Lecture Hall
900-1000Tamas Gergely
“An Alternative for Artificial Intelligence –
conceptual and formal theory”
Presentation
1000-1100Namkug Kim
“Clinical Unmet Needs of Deep Learning
in Medical Imaging”
Presentation (535 M)
1100-1115Coffee-break
1115-1200Alexey Averkin
"Hybrid intelligent systems based on
fuzzy logic and deep learning"
Presentation
1200-1300Konstantin Yakovlev
"Intelligent Robotics"
Presentation (198 M)
1300-1400Lunch
Digit Room 2.36Digit Room 4.18
1400-1530Workshop 3.
Ilya Shepel, NKB VS
"ROS and virtual modeling tools.
How to start assembling and developing robots "on the table".
Presentation
Workshop 4.
Filipp Sinitsyn, Yandex
"Correction of typos"
Presentation
1530-1600Coffee-break
1600-1800Closing ceremony