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Disputation Rikke Amilde LÝvlid

Disputation Rikke Amilde LÝvlid

9th of December in 2013, Rikke Amilde Løvlid completed her trial lecture and thesis defense. She will eventually be awarded the PhD degree. Associate Professor Pinar Öztürk supervised Rikke's  PhD work at the Artifical Intelligence research group. Professor Agnar Aamodt and Professor Pauline Haddow have co-supervised the PhD work.

The committee appointed to evaluate her thesis, trial lecture and defense consisted of; Professor Tom Ziemke (University of Skövde, Sweden), Dr. Tatiana Kalganova (Brunel University, United Kingdom) and Associate Professor Heri Ramampiaro (NTNU). Heri Ramampiaro was also the administrator of the assessment committee.

Rikke's trial lecture was titled: State of the art in biohybrid robotics

She defended her PhD thesis:
Internal Models as Echo State Networks - Learning to Execute Arm Movements (pdf)

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By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 16.01.2014     
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