Intelligent Systems Lab (ISLab)

The driving theme of the Intelligent Systems Laboratory is Research and Development of Decentralized Systems, including Multi-Robot, Multi-Agent and Management systems. Our distinctive feature is that we bring together people with a common background on Systems Theory, but different approaches to modeling, analysis and synthesis of Intelligent Systems, mainly coming from Artificial Intelligence and Systems and Control Theory.

Objectives

The driving theme of the Intelligent Systems Laboratory is Research and Development of Decentralized Systems, including Multi-Robot, Multi-Agent and Management systems. Our distinctive feature is that we bring together people with a common background on Systems Theory, but different approaches to modeling, analysis and synthesis of Intelligent Systems, mainly coming from Artificial Intelligence and Systems and Control Theory.

Current Projects

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Closed Projects

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[1] João A. Garcia, Pedro Lima, Isabel Aldinhas Ferreira, João Sequeira, Rodrigo Ventura, Improving Human Behavior Using POMDPs with Gestures and Speech Recognition, Cognitive Architectures, Springer, pp 145-163, 2018
[1] S. Witwicki, J. C. Montoya, João Messias, J. Reis, Jesús Capitán, Francisco Melo, Pedro Lima, Matthijs Spaan, A Testbed for Autonomous Robot Surveillance (Demonstration), Proc. of AAMAS 2014 - 13th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, pp. 1635-1636, Paris, France, 2014 - PDF
[2] R. Gafaniz, João Sanches, Neuronal Electrical Activity, Energy Consumption and Mitochondrial ATP Restoration Dynamics: a Physiological based Model for FMRI, Proc. of ISBI 2011 - 8th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2011