Evaluating Research Excellence: the 2003/06 assessment
Ian Watson was
assigned an A grade by the NZ Tertiary Education Committee: "A signiﬁes
research of a world-class standard". Further information can be
obtained from the
Government Computing Award for Innovation 2000
The Infoshop project for the UK Cabinet Office on which I was a Central
Partner for 18 months won the GC2000 Award for Innovation.
Further details can be found by following the links below:
Liz Buttimer from Camden,
Mark Charsley from
Waltham Forest, Jo Lloyd from the Cabinet Office, Dennis Passingham
from Tagish and Sheila Apicella from Reigate & Banstead
accepting the GC2000 Award on behalf of the Infoshop Project.
Distinguished Paper Award
Watson, I. & Gardingen, D. (1999). A Distributed Case-Based
Reasoning Application for Engineering Sales Support. In, Proc. 16th
Int. Joint Conf. on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-99), Vol. 1: pp.
600-605. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. ISBN 1-55860-613-0 download 232KB
Programme Chair, Tom Dean, presenting me the "Distinguished
Stockholm 6th. August 1999
I'm on the following programme committees:
I am a regular reviewer for the following journals:
If you have an interest in applied AI, case-based reasoning,
knowledge-based systems, game AI or applications of AI on the web and
are looking for someone to collaborate with why not contact me.
I have collaborated on successful research projects with many people in
the past and am keen to be involved in both national and international
projects. If you are a postgraduate researcher it is also possible for
you to visit and work with me for a few months or even to do your
entire doctorate under my supervision (all my previous graduate
students have obtained their doctorates successfully).