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Dr. Rashid Rashidzadeh

Ken Bishop, Landau Gage vice president of operations (l.) and Research Centre for Integrated Microsystems manager Dr. Rashid Rashidzadeh (r.) pose with their newly developed device “contactless coordinate measuring machineKen Bishop, Landau Gage vice president of operations (l.) and Research Centre for Integrated Microsystems manager Dr. Rashid Rashidzadeh (r.) pose with their newly developed device “contactless coordinate measuring machine.”

Real world experience leads to payoff for student research team

A successful collaboration with the Landau Gage Company has helped a UWindsor research team sell their product and secure a research grant, while landing two team members a job and internship. 

Lecture to take a look at the burden of proof

The notion of burden of proof is central to the study of argumentation, says Douglas Walton, “indeed one could argue that it is the most fundamental concept in this area.”

He will survey the different kinds of burden of proof recognized in recent studies on artificial intelligence and law, and discusses whether these notions are transferable to everyday conversational argumentation, in a free public lecture Tuesday, January 24, at 4:30 p.m. in Assumption University’s Freed-Orman Centre.