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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor G Kendall
Organisation: University of Nottingham
Department: School of Computer Science
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:

Current EPSRC Support
There is no current EPSRC Support
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/H000968/1 Towards More Effective Computational Search(C)
EP/E017975/1 An Investigation of Regulatory Decision Making by Automated Decision Makers(P)
EP/D061571/1 Next Generation Decision Support: Automating the Heuristic Design Process(C)
EP/D027039/1 Hyper-heuristics for Scheduling, Rostering and Routing: An International Collaboration(C)
EP/D031079/1 NETWORK: Interdisciplinary Cutting, Packing and Space Allocation(P)
EP/C523385/1 An investigation of the role of Genetic Programming in a Hyper-Heuristic Framework(C)
EP/C546962/1 Immersive Computing Games: A Visiting Fellowship(C)
EP/C546024/1 Symposium on Computational Intelligence & Games(P)
GR/T26115/01 Adaptive Multi-Objective Heuristic and Meta-heuristic Approaches to Space Allocation(C)
EP/C546016/1 Symposium on Computational Intelligence & Games(C)
GR/S73150/01 INTERACT China: A New Research Collaboration between The University of Nottingham and the Chinese Academy of Sciences(C)
GR/S52421/01 An Investigation of Cutting/Packing and Planning using Automated Algorithm Selection(C)
GR/S63465/01 Prisoners Dilemma Competition: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary(P)
GR/S52414/01 An Investigation of Cutting/Packing and Planning using Automated Algorithm Selection(P)
GR/S70197/01 PLATFORM: Towards More General Optimisation/Search Systems(C)
GR/S63472/01 Prisoners Dilemma Competition: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary(C)
GR/S31150/01 Novel Metaheuristic Research Directions in Healthcare Personnel Rostering(C)
GR/S64530/01 DNA Mapping by Combinatorial Optimisation - A Visiting Fellowship(C)
GR/S53459/01 Scheduling Agents for distributed timetabling and rostering - A Visiting Fellowship(P)
GR/R95319/01 Fuzzy Multicriteria Approaches to Scheduling and Rescheduling Problems in Uncertain Environments(C)
GR/S07124/01 A Dual Examination of Scheduling Problems - A Visiting Fellowship(C)
GR/R60577/01 Investigate Novel Methods for Optimising Shelf Space Allocation(P)
GR/R12268/01 An Interdisciplinary Scheduling Network(C)
GR/N36837/01 AN INVESTIGATION OF HYPER-HEURISTIC METHODS(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator