Madalina CROITORU

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My research focuses on graph-based knowledge representation and reasoning with a focus on symbolic reasoning in presnce of conflict. I am currently interested in reasoning with inconsistent or incoherent existential rules knowledge bases using various techniques (defeasible reasoning, argumentation, inconsistency tolerant semantics).
Madalina Croitoru I am a full professor at the University of Montpellier and member of the INRIA GraphIK team.
My email is mysurname@lirmm.fr. My postal address is: INRIA Bt 5, CC05 017, Univ. Montpellier, 860 Rue Saint Priest, 34095 Montpellier, France.

Office Hours and Teaching

For all research related appointements I am available, upon request, Wednesdays in Room 329, 3rd Floor, Building 5, LIRMM. For teaching related appointments please email me first.

I am currently teaching Software Engineering using Gopigo robots at the IUT Montpellier. I am also a course tutor for HLIN102 at the Faculty of Science. I am supervising two student projects on how to transform a Gopigo robot into a mobile weather station. All teaching material is by request (or available on Moodle for University of Montpellier students).

Selected Four New Publications


For a complete list of my publications please refer to my DBLP page . For any PDF do not hesitate to email me.

Research Grants and Supervision


Current funded projects and supervision: Past supervision:
Past funded projects:

Community Service and Leadership


I am on the Steering Committee of the ICCS conferece. I have been doctoral consortium co-chair of AAMAS 2019 and KR 2018. In 2020 I am a reviewer for: AIJ, JAR, ICCS, AAAI, ECAI, AAMAS and SPC for IJCAI. I am the head of International Relations at the Faculty of Science of the Univeristy of Montpellier and in charge of the industrial internship of second year Master students. I am Deputy Member of the CNU (National Councils of Univeristies) for the 27 Section (Computer Science). Below is a list of recent seminars, talks or research visits (slides upon request):   Last update: October 2019.