Mareike Picklum

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Tel: –49 -421 218 64016
Fax: –49 -421 218 64047
Room: TAB 1.77
Mail: mareikep(at)cs[dot]uni-bremen[dot]de

About

I studied Computer Science at the University of Bremen (UoB) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and received my Master's degree in 2015. I wrote my Master's thesis under the supervision of Prof. Michael Beetz at the Artificial Intelligence group at the UoB addressing the problem of recognizing objects based on natural-language descriptions using graphical probabilistic models. I started my PhD in March 2015 - also under the supervision of Prof. Michael Beetz - in which I continue working with probabilistic models.

My work focuses on natural-language understanding and instruction interpretation to extract knowledge and use it to generate plans that can be executed by autonomous robotic systems.

I am a contributor in the projects pracmln and PRAC. In particular, I developed the publicly available web services PRACWeb, inviting users to have a look at the PRAC system in operation and WebMLN allowing users to try out inference and learning algorithms of the pracmln system.

Teaching

  • AI: Knowledge Acquisition and Representation (WS2016/17) (Tutorial)
  • Foundations of Artificial Intelligence (SS2016) (Tutorial)
  • AI: Knowledge Acquisition and Representation (WS2015/16) (Tutorial)
  • Foundations of Artificial Intelligence (SS2015) (Tutorial)

Publications

Conference Papers
[1] Daniel Nyga, Mareike Picklum, Sebastian Koralewski, Michael Beetz, "Instruction Completion through Instance-based Learning and Semantic Analogical Reasoning", In International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Singapore, 2017. Accepted for publication [bib]
[2] Daniel Nyga, Mareike Picklum, Michael Beetz, "What No Robot Has Seen Before -- Probabilistic Interpretation of Natural-language Object Descriptions", In International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Singapore, 2017. Accepted for publication [bib]
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