UTDSIEventsStart of new round AI Lunch Seminars

Start of new round AI Lunch Seminars

Soon our next problematic DS AI seminar will take place! See below an overview of the diverse topics and speakers for the upcoming AI Lunch Seminars until this summer and register for the first one: Tuesday 31 May with Ville Lehtola on Point Clouds. Do not forget to send us an email to register yourself. 

Overview of seminars starting 31 May

Our next seminar takes place the 31st of May and will be all about the AI-indoor reconstruction problem: how to generate models out of point clouds. Reserve your spot for this seminar by Ville Lehtola and join the lunch or sign up for any of the other upcoming seminars of your interest!






31 May

RA 1315

Maurice van Keulen

Ville Lehtola 

Point Clouds

9 June

RA 1315

Kim Schildkamp

Jitske de Vries 

Digitals twins in education

16 June

Carre 1333

Christoph Brune

Mengwu Guo

Uncertainty Quantification in AI for Science

20 June

Carre 1333

Shenghui Wang

Kevin Pijpers

DS and AI for Cultural Heritage

27 June

Carre 1333

Meiru Mu


Health AI PhD's

5 July

Carre 1333

Michael Yang

Caroline Gevaert

geo-information / Earth Observation (e.g. GeoAI) 


The new series of DS AI Seminars has kicked off with the first round on the 12th of April and now we do another round until the summer. We will have multiple themes on the menu, but the red line through all the seminars will be : A Problem! Presenters will show their half-way work and demonstrate where the difficulties and challenges lie. This opens the door for a lot of discussion and interaction in the first place, but this is exactly the stage of the research where people can hook on to each others research questions, help out or either get inspired.


The seminars will be held online but also again live on campus with lunch (20 spots available). Send DSI an email to save your lunch spot or to get the link to join us online.