Claudia Schulz

About

I am a final year PhD student in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, supervised by Prof. Francesca Toni and Prof. Marek Sergot.

My research interests include:

  • Argumentation Theory
  • Argument Mining
  • Logic Programming
  • Non-monotonic Reasoning

I am also a Teaching Scholar in the Department of Computing and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. For my excellence in teaching I was awarded Imperial College's Best Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.

I am part of the organising team of the Department's Logic & AI Seminar, so if you would like to give a talk or suggest a speaker please get in touch.

You can access my CV here.

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Scientific Articles

2017

2015

2013

Other Articles

2015

Software

Please email me if you encounter any problems, have questions, or would like to share your feedback.

Talks and Posters

Invited Talks


Posters and additional Talks (independent of conference papers)


Reviewing

Conferences & Workshops

Awards and Funding

Awards


Artificial Intelligence Journal and the 7th Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence, December 2016

AAAI/EAAI New and Future AI Educators Award

The Executive Council of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), March 2016

ACM UPE Student Chapter Scholarship Award

Imperial College Student Academic Choice Awards 2014/15

Best Graduate Teaching Assistant Award (see articles by Imperial College, the Union, and the Felix student newspaper)

Google 2015 Poster and Demo Competition, March 2015

Google Prize for Excellence (for the 2nd Runner-up Best Poster by a 3rd year PhD student)

AAAI'15, January 2015

Best Student 3-Minute Presentation

ICTAI'14, November 2014

ICTAI'14 Ramamoorthy Best Paper Award

ICTAI'14, November 2014

ICTAI'14 Best Student Paper Award

To attend the 2014 Summer School on Argumentation, September 2014

AISB Student Travel Award

Doctoral Consortium of ICLP'13, August 2013

Best Paper Award

At ICLP'13, with Martin Gebser and Stefan Ellmauthaler, August 2013

Winning team of the 20th Prolog Programming Contest

Imperial College London, May 2013

Corporate Partnership Programme Award for Academic Excellence in 2012

Funding

  • Student Travel Grant for AAAI'17
  • Student Travel Grant for LPNMR'15
  • Travel Funding for 2015 AAAI/SIGAI Doctoral Consortium
  • Student Grant for COMMA'14
  • FloC'14 Travel Grant to attend the 2014 Vienna Summer of Logic
  • Student Grant for the 2014 Summer School on Computational Logic
  • Student Grant for ICLP'13 (provided by the Association for Logic Programming)
  • Student Grant for Commonsense'13 (provided by the Journal of Artificial Intelligence)

Teaching

2016/2017

  • Argumentation and Multi-Agent Systems (4th year and MSc): Guest Lecturer

2015/2016

  • Logic and AI Programming (MSc): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Academic Writing MRes Advanced and MRes HiPEDS: Course Support Leader
  • Project Supervision: MSc Individual Project

2014/2015

  • Introduction to AI (2nd year): Course Support Leader
  • Logic and AI Programming (MSc): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Argumentation and Multi-Agent Systems (4th year and MSc): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Project Supervision: 4th year Individual Project
  • Project Supervision: MSc Group Project
  • UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme) Supervision

2013/2014

  • Logic (1st year): Tutorial Leader
  • Reasoning about Programs (1st year): Tutorial Leader
  • Introduction to Prolog (2nd year): Course Support Leader
  • Introduction to AI (2nd year): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Logic and AI Programming (MSc): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Argumentation and Multi-Agent Systems (4th year and MSc): Lecturer and Course Support Leader
  • Project Supervision: 3rd year JMC (Joined Maths and Computing degree) Individual Project
  • Project Supervision: 4th year Individual Project

2012/2013

  • Introduction to Prolog (2nd year): Tutorial Helper and Marker
  • Introduction to AI (2nd year): Course Support Leader
  • Multi-Agent Systems (4th year and MSc): Course Support Leader
  • Logic and AI Programming (MSc): Marker

Other Activities

2013/2014

Last updated: 25/02/2017