The Biocomputing and Development Systems Group at the University of Limerick is a multi-disciplinary group that works with cutting edge Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning tools. We are based in the Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) Department in UL and are part of Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Institute. The BDS is led by Prof. Conor Ryan, who invented the popular Grammatical Evolution system in 1998, along with two of his PhD students.
Since its establishment, with international partners from industries, academia, and research bodies, BDS has been able to secure funds to the tune of €57 Million.
New paper by the BDS Group published in the Springer Nature: SN Computer Science Journal: "Seeding Grammars in Grammatical Evolution to Improve Search-Based Software Testing" https://t.co/oNLC96dAVJ pic.twitter.com/8eTSnTkB3g— BDS_UniLimerick (@bds_unilimerick) June 15, 2021
#Evathon21 is over! Congrats "Ctrl+Alt+Elite": Yash Bhavsar, Jay Munjapara + Jenil Kanani! Runners up "Rak_Aarp": Abhijit Roy, Ankit Saran, Pankaj Agarwal & Roshne Kushalappa. 3rd place (& best all-female team), "The Decoders", : Nandini Narvekar, Nishita Nandanwar & Gauri Naik.— BDS_UniLimerick (@bds_unilimerick) August 29, 2021
Thanks to @Gauravsomwanshi for an inspiring talk at #Evathon21. @EmertechIO are doing some incredible blockchain work. @LeroCentre pic.twitter.com/tIXnzyP3gj— BDS_UniLimerick (@bds_unilimerick) August 27, 2021