Programmaraad (equivalent board member) of the MSc in
Artificial Intelligence. I represent the entire faculty of Social Sciences within the board, and am involved in a.o. (re-)shaping the curriculum, promotion, and admission and selection.
I coordinate the "Cognitive Processing" (and modeling) track within the MSc AI and lead a team of excellent teachers on this program. In addition, I teach personally on these courses at Utrecht University
(sorted by term). We worked hard on upgrading these courses, and wrote about it for IEEE pervasive:
Janssen, C.P., Nouwen, R., Overvliet. K. Adriaans, F., Stuit. S. Deoskar, T., and Harvey, B. (2020 accepted) Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary teaching in the Utrecht AI program: Why and how?," IEEE Pervasive Computing [Author version, DOI]
For each course you can find more detailed
information on Osiris:
Cognitive Systems and Intelligent Technologies (2009-2012, UCL) .This introductory level course introduces important concepts and significant examples of technological systems that use knowledge and exhibit intelligent behaviour. I gave lectures on computational cognitive modeling and lead discussion sessions. Taught together with Dr. John Dowell and Dr. Denise Gorse.
Speech and Language technology (2008/2009, University of Groningen). Course for senior students (third year Bachelors) in Artificial Intelligence. I gave lectures together with Dr. Jennifer Spenader.
Introductory logics (2008/2009, University of Groningen). Course for freshmen in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Information Sciences and Philosophy. I gave labs and practical classes, and also coordinated the course. Main lecturer: Drs. Piter Dykstra. Overal course coordinator: Prof. Rineke Verbrugge (Multi-agent systems, Groningen)
Reinforcement Learning (2007/2008, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute). I gave a guest lecture on Reinforcement Learning as part of the Lisp in AI and Cognitive Science course by Dr. Michael Schoelles