Bangor University, Artificial Intelligence & Intelligent Agents Research Group, UK
william teahan head the Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Agents research group at Bangor University. The research group carries out theoretical and applied research into artificial intelligence and intelligent autonomous agent systems. The group has broad interests in many areas including knowledge-based systems, logic, multi-agent systems, distributed systems, machine learning, data mining, artificial life, behavioral animation, computational linguistics, natural language processing, information theory and information retrieval.Prior to taking up my lectureship position at Bangor University, I was a Research Fellow with the Information Retrieval Group in the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. I was an invited researcher at the Department of Information Technology at Lund University in Sweden in 1999, and a research assistant in the machine learning and digital libraries research groups in the University of Waikato in New Zealand where I completed my Ph.D. in 1998.