Research topics for Computer Science Students.
Lecturer Radhakrishnan Delhibabu
(Ph.D., RWTH Aachen, Germany and Anna University Chennai, India)
Date: April 20
Place: Higher Istitute for ITIS KFU (Kremlevskaya 35), room 1310
"My name is Radhakrishnan Delhibabu. I received my joint Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from RWTH Aachen, Germany and Anna University Chennai, India.
My research interests are in Cognitive Modeling (artificial consciousness, affective computing, decision making, and time perception) and Applied Logic (belief revision, cognitive robotics, database theory, distributed computing, and machine learning) fields.
The dynamics of belief and knowledge is one of the major components of any autonomous system that should be able to incorporate new pieces of information. In this lecture I would like to introduce briefly what are the research areas available to do research.
In the continuation of the lecture I will talk about area I focus my research carrier.the area in which I focus my research, Distributed Computing; Image processing and Cognitive modelling areas. Finally, I shall give an overview of the scholarship available for Masters and PhDs outside Russia, and some useful information for computer science students".