1 Paulo E. Santos Centro Universitario da FEI Department of Electrical Eng. Av. Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco Assuncao, Sao Bernardo do Campo, SP - Brazil Citizenship: Brazilian Office: (+55 11) Fax: (+55 11) Homepage: Education Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence, Imperial College, London, UK, Master of Logic. Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam, Nl, M.Sc. Electronics Engineering, São Paulo University, Brazil, B.Sc. Physics, São Paulo University, Brazil, Academic Experience Centro Universitario da FEI, São Paulo, Brazil Associate Professor, since January School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK Research Associate, Cognitive Vision Project. April 2003 November Honours & Awards FAPESP grant: Collaborative Spatial Reasoning, FAPESP grant: Probabilistic Logic: theoretical foundations and computational applications, British Council International Collaboration grant with University of Leeds, Honour et meritus, Santander Prize for Science and Innovation, S. Paulo, Brazil, British Computer Science Machine Intelligence prize, 2004 (sponsored by Eletrolux).
2 Paulo E. Santos 2 Publications Journal papers Fenelon, V.; Santos, Paulo E. ; Dee, Hannah M. ; Cozman, F. G. Reasoning about shadows in a mobile robot environment. Applied Intelligence (Dordrecht. Online), H. M. Dee and P. E. Santos. The perception and content of cast shadows: an interdisciplinary review. Spatial Cognition and Computation, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp , P. Cabalar and P. E. Santos. Formalising the fisherman s folly puzzle, Artificial Intelligence, Volume 175, Issue 1, John McCarthy s Legacy, pp , P. E. Santos, C. E. Thomaz, D. dos Santos, R. Freire, J. R. Sato, M. Louza, P. Sallet, G. Busatto and W. F. Gattaz. Exploring the knowledge contained in neuroimages: Statistical discriminant analysis and automatic segmentation of the most significant changes, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Volume 49, Issue 2, pp , M. V. T. dos Santos, R. C. Brito, H-H. Park and P. E. Santos. Logic based interpretation of geometrically observable changes occurring in dynamic scenes, Applied Intelligence Journal, Volume 31, Issue 2, pp , P. E. Santos, D. Magee and C. Needham. Inductive learning spatial attention. Sba Controle & Automacao, vol.19, no.3, p , P. E. Santos and P. Cabalar. Playing with a puzzle in mereotopology, Spatial Cognition and Computation, Volume 8, pp , P. E. Santos. Reasoning about depth and motion from an observer s viewpoint, Spatial Cognition and Computation, Volume 7, Issue. 2, pp , C. Needham, P. E. Santos, D. Magee, V. Devin, D. Hogg and A.G. Cohn. Protocols from Perceptual Observations. Special Issue on Connecting Language to the World. Artificial Intelligence, Volume 167, Issue 1-2, pp , Book chapters P. E. Santos. Inductive Learning Spatial Attention. In: Seel, Norbert M.. (Org.). Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. : Springer, 2012, v. 9, p P. E. Santos, C. E. Thomaz, D. dos Santos, R. Freire, J. R. Sato, M. Louza, P. Sallet and G. Busatto. A region-based ontology of the brain ventricular system and its relation to schizophrenia, book chapter to appear in Qualitative Spatio-Temporal Representation and Reasoning: Trends and Future Directions, Hazarika, S. editor, P.Santos. Spatial Reasoning and Perception: a logic-based approach, book chapter in Tutoriais do XVIII Congresso Brasileiro de Automtica (CBA), A. G. Cohn, D. C. Hogg, B. Bennett, V. Devin, A. Galata, D. R. Magee, C. Needham and P. E. Santos. Cognitive vision: integrating symbolic qualitative representations with computer vision. In H. I. Christensen and H.-H. Nagel (Eds.): Cognitive Vision Systems, LNCS 3948, pp , Springer, 2006.
3 Paulo E. Santos 3 Articles in conference proceedings C. R. Souza, and P. E. Santos. Probabilistic logic reasoning about traffic scenes. Proceedings of the 12th Conference Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS), pp , Sheffiled, UK, P. E. Santos, H. M. Dee and V. Fenelon. Qualitative robot localisation using information from cast shadows. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 09), pp , R. Freire, D. N. Santos, M. V. T. dos Santos and P. E. Santos. An exercise on developing an ontologyepistemology about schizophrenia and neuroanatomy. Available from Nature Precedings. doi.org/ /npre , 2009 M. Soutchanski and P. E. Santos. Reasoning about Dynamic Depth Profiles. Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 08), pages University of Patras, Patras, Greece, July 21-25, P. E. Santos, C. E. Thomaz, L. Celiberto, F. Duran, W. Gattaz and G. Busatto. Assimilating knowledge from neuroimages in schizophrenia diagnostics. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings 08091, P. Cabalar and P. E. Santos. Strings and holes: an exercise on spatial representation and reasoning, Proceedings of the 10th Ibero-American Artificial Intelligence Conference (IBERAMIA 06), Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (4140), pp , P. E. Santos, S. Colton and D. Magee. Predictive and descriptive approaches to learning game rules from vision data. Proceedings of the 10th Ibero-American Artificial Intelligence Conference (IBERAMIA 06), Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (4140), P. E. Santos, B. Bennett and G. Sakellariou. Supervaluation semantics for an inland water feature ontology, Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 05), P. E. Santos, D. Magee, A. Cohn and D. Hogg. Combining multiple answers for learning mathematical structures from visual observation, Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI-04), Valencia, Spain P. E. Santos and M. Shanahan. A logic-based algorithm for image sequence interpretation and anchoring, Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-03), Mexico, P. E. Santos and M. Shanahan. Hypothesising object relations from image transitions, in: Frank van Harmelen (Ed.), Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI-02), Lyon, France, pp , M. Witkowski, M. Shanahan, P. E. Santos and D. Randell. Cognitive Robotics: on the semantic knifeedge, Proceedings of Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, Manchester, UK, L. N. de Barros, P. E. Santos. The nature of knowledge in an abductive event calculus planner. Proceedings of the European Knowledge Aquisition Workshop (EKAW), Juan les Pins, France, Student supervision I have successfully supervised eight MSc students and a great number of project students at FEI. The master projects accomplished under my supervision are: Adeline Secolo. Spatial reasoning for traffic situations, Carlos R. Souza. Probabilistic logic for interpreting traffic scenes, 2011.
4 Paulo E. Santos 4 Adriane P. Colossetti. A Bayesian network for Alzheimer diagnosis from neuroimages, Valquiria F. Pereira. Robot self-localisation using information from cast shadows, Danilo N. dos Santos. Automatic description of statistically significant changes in neuroimages from schizophrenic patients, Rodolpho Freire. A spatial ontology of the brain ventricular system, Rodolfo C. de Brito. Image sequence interpretation from sequences of snapshots from a robot s camera, Cleber W. Gomes. Automatic diagnosis of Diesel motors, Other academic activities Keynote speaker at SHAPES1.0: the shape of things, Karlsruhe, Program chair of the 5th Latin American Robotics Symposium, Visiting academic at School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK, January Visiting academic at Tokyo University, Japan, October Visiting academic at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, January Visiting academic at School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK, July Referees The names and full contact information of three referees are stated below. Prof. Murray Shanahan was my PhD supervisor at Imperial College; Prof. David Hogg hired me as a research assistant in an European Project (during 2004) in Leeds, UK and is currently a research collaborator; Prof. Reinaldo Bianchi is a colleague at FEI with whom I have been recently engaged in preparing undergraduate courses in the area of automation and robotics. Prof. Murray Shanahan mpsha/ Department of Computing, Imperial College London 180 Queen s Gate London SW7 2AZ Tel: +44 (0) Prof. David Hogg School of Computing, University of Leeds Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK tel:
5 Paulo E. Santos 5 Prof. Reinaldo Augusto da Costa Bianchi rbianchi/ Dep. de Eng. Eltrica, Centro Universitrio da FEI Av. Humberto A. C. Branco, 3972 So Bernardo do Campo - SP - Brazil. CEP: phone: