Neural-Symbolic Computing Raven Beutner, Bernd Finkbeiner, Christopher Hahn, Niklas Metzger, Frederik Schmitt, Julian Siber

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13.10.2022

Grades entered

The grades have been entered into the CMS and will be transferred to the LSF soon. In the CMS, you can find your grade on your personal status page.

We hope you enjoyed the seminar and that the novel research on combining neural networks with symbolic systems was... Read more

The grades have been entered into the CMS and will be transferred to the LSF soon. In the CMS, you can find your grade on your personal status page.

We hope you enjoyed the seminar and that the novel research on combining neural networks with symbolic systems was exciting for you. We wish you all the best for your further studies and hope to see you again in one of our courses!

15.07.2022

Course evaluation

The Qualis course evaluation is accessible via this link until July 21. We appreciate every feedback!

06.07.2022

Change of Tomorrow’s Seminar Schedule

In tomorrow’s seminar meeting, we will have three individual talks. We will start at the usual time at 10:15 am and finish late at 12:30 pm. We hope this does not cause too much of an inconvenience for you.

22.06.2022

Tomorrow’s Seminar Meeting

Thank you for participating in the poll on tomorrow’s seminar schedule. We will start at the usual time at 10:15 am. We look forward to our first individual talks!

08.06.2022

Cancelled Seminar Meeting on June 9

Unfortunately, we have to cancel tomorrow’s seminar meeting on short notice. Our next meeting will be on June 23. Please remember to state your preference on your personal status page whether we should start early at 9:30 am or finish late at 12:30 pm on June 23.

07.06.2022

Change of Seminar Schedule June 9, June 23

Following the group phase of the seminar, we are excited to get started with the talks on your individual research papers. The first talk, about a comparison of finite automata with recurrent neural networks, will be given this Thursday.

The second talk, on... Read more

Following the group phase of the seminar, we are excited to get started with the talks on your individual research papers. The first talk, about a comparison of finite automata with recurrent neural networks, will be given this Thursday.

The second talk, on data-driven approximations to NP-hard problems, needs to be postponed to June 23. As a result, we will have three talks on June 23. Do you have a preference whether we should start early at 9:30 am or finish late at 12:30 pm? We have created a poll in the CMS so that you can let us know what you prefer. We hope this change does not cause too much of an inconvenience for you.

While preparing your talk, please feel free to reach out to your advisor. We are happy to help with questions about your paper and provide feedback.

Please be sure to attend every talk, and to participate actively in the discussions. If you attend remotely, we encourage you to turn on your camera. It is much more fun to give a talk when you can see the entire audience. If you are unable to come to one of the seminar meetings, please inform your advisor in advance.

09.05.2022

LSF Registration

Please excuse the problems with LSF registration. The department confirmed that registering for the seminar should now be possible for everyone. If any problems continue to exist, please let us know. Note that you need to register until next Monday, May 16.

04.05.2022

First Group Talk on Feedforward and Recurrent Neural Networks

As a reminder, tomorrow at 10:15 am, we will have our first group talk on feedforward and recurrent neural networks. If you would like to attend in-person, please join us in room 1.06 in E1 1. If you prefer to participate remotely, use the same Zoom link as for our... Read more

As a reminder, tomorrow at 10:15 am, we will have our first group talk on feedforward and recurrent neural networks. If you would like to attend in-person, please join us in room 1.06 in E1 1. If you prefer to participate remotely, use the same Zoom link as for our kick-off meeting, which you can also find in the information tab of the CMS.

25.04.2022

Paper Assignment

We have assigned the papers and hope to have met your preferences. You can find your paper on your personal status page. We were able to assign everyone to a paper that they rated at least good and most of you to a paper that they rated very good. Your advisor will... Read more

We have assigned the papers and hope to have met your preferences. You can find your paper on your personal status page. We were able to assign everyone to a paper that they rated at least good and most of you to a paper that they rated very good. Your advisor will reach out to you shortly to introduce you to your group.

21.04.2022

Slides, Paper Preferences, and Timetable

You can now find the slides from today’s kick-off meeting and all papers in the materials section in the CMS. On your personal status page you can enter your paper preferences until Sunday, April 24, 11:59 pm. We use the tutorial assignment mechanism of the CMS to... Read more

You can now find the slides from today’s kick-off meeting and all papers in the materials section in the CMS. On your personal status page you can enter your paper preferences until Sunday, April 24, 11:59 pm. We use the tutorial assignment mechanism of the CMS to assign the papers. The number of the tutorial slot corresponds to the paper number as found in the materials section and as presented in today’s kick-off meeting.

Our next meeting will be the presentation on feedforward and recurrent neural networks on Thursday, May 5, 10:15 am. We added all meetings to the timetable in the CMS. You can import it to your personal calendar.



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