Last Activity

Id VisitTime IPAddress Area
17130981 2017-11-18 美国
17130231 2017-11-18 北京市
17128911 2017-11-18 北京市
17123609 2017-11-17 浙江省杭州市
17118868 2017-11-17 亚太地区
17118562 2017-11-17 中山大学
17111821 2017-11-17 北京市
17106718 2017-11-17 北美地区
17106719 2017-11-17 北美地区
17100839 2017-11-17 北美地区
17100837 2017-11-17 北美地区
17100835 2017-11-17 北美地区
17100836 2017-11-17 北美地区
17098541 2017-11-17 北美地区
17098325 2017-11-17 亚太地区


Beishui Liao graduated from the College of Computer Science and Technology, Zhejiang University, in 2006. He is now a full professor of logic and artificial intelligence (since 2013), and a Distinguished Young Scholar, of Zhejiang University. He is a visiting professor of Luxembourg University (since 2014). He serves as the vice-director of the Institute of Logic and Cognition of Zhejiang University (from 2014), and is a standing member of the National Committee of Logic of Science of China (from 2014). He was/is an organizer of Chinese Conference on Logic and Argumentation (CLAR)Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop on Present and Future of Formal Argumentation, and the International Workshop on Big Data, Reasoning and Decision-Making (BRaD). He visited the University of Texas at Austin from Jul 2009 to Jul 2011, and the Università degli Studi di Brescia from Jul to Oct 2014. As principal investigator, he has conducted three nationally funded projects, two provincially funded projects and an INTER MOBILITY project supported by the National Research Fund Luxembourg (FNR) (cooperating with Professor Leon van der Torre). He is participating a HORIZON 2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) project (MIREL - MIning and REasoning with Legal texts). He has published 3 monographs, and a number of papers in some leading journals such as AIJ, JLC, AMAI, Information Sciences, Minds and Machines, Journal of Software (in Chinese with English abstract), Academic Monthly (in Chinese), Philosophical Researches (in Chinese), etc. 



Research work

Argumentation, Nonmonotonic logics, AI Ethics (legal reasoning, normative reasoning)