MIT Technology Review discusses the Digital Ludeme Project and the founding of a new research field combining AI and the study of ancient games.
Regional newspaper De Limburger talks about The Infinity Games, a collaboration between DKE researchers and an artist exploring whether computers can create ‘beautiful’ art (article in Dutch).
What do we consider a migrant? What drives migration? And how does migration interact with other areas? These are topics Prof. dr. Siegel covered in her inaugural lecture in June 2017.
Together with artist Marie van Vollenhoven, Dr. Jerry Spanakis and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Weiss were nominated for the Klokhuis Wetenschapsprijs 2017 with their project The Infinity Games. The popular Dutch children’s tv show gives out the award annually (web page in Dutch).
Maastricht University researchers are currently calling for people to take part in a survey about the reasons for highly-skilled international migrants to come to live and/or work in Limburg (NL) or the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. By participating, you can help make internationals’ lives, like your own, in the region easier and increase the attractiveness of the region for internationals.
ITEM’s prospective study on understanding the decision of international migrants to stay in or leave the Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR), which officially starts in 2017, is being prepared.25-08-2016
ITEM researchers kicked off the preparatory work for ITEM’s prospective PhD research project with the title “Understanding the decision of international migrants to stay in or leave the Euroregion” starting in 2017.
From 24 to 28 July, over 650 game theorists from all over the world will come together for the 5th World Congress of the Game Theory Society...
Maastricht University participates in two new Horizon 2020 projects in the field of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering03-03-2016
Maastricht University participates in two new Horizon 2020 projects in the field of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering.
With retroactive force, as per 1 September 2015, the Department of Knowledge Engineering is renamed to “Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering.” The abbreviation DKE will remain the same.