Liam Paull receives Outstanding Researcher Award from Informatics Canada

Liam Paull receives Outstanding Researcher Award from Informatics Canada
Liam Paull receives Outstanding Researcher Award from Informatics Canada

Liam Paull, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the University of Montreal, is one of the winners of Informatics Canada’s Outstanding Early Career Investigator award. This distinction rewards university researchers in computer science who distinguish themselves less than 10 years after obtaining their doctorate.

Liam Paull’s research aims to advance the capabilities of autonomous mobile robots. These include the abilities to perceive, navigate and interact with the environment, and to cooperate with other robots. Mobile robotics is predicted to have a significant societal influence in the years to come.

Academic member of Mila – the Quebec Institute of Artificial Intelligence – and known as co-founder and director of Duckietown, a research, education and dissemination project on autonomous vehicles, he also directs the Robotics and Robotics Laboratory. Integrative AI of Montreal.

Ali Ouni, holder of a doctorate from the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at UdeM and professor in the Department of Software Engineering and Information Technologies at the École de Technologie Supérieure, is also one of the winners of the Researcher prize exceptional at the start of his career at Informatique Canada. His research focuses on using advanced artificial intelligence and data analytics techniques to solve problems involving multiple software, processes and stakeholders.

These awards will be presented on November 11 at York University, during the CS-Can / Info-Can conference.


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