Data and knowledge engineering seminars
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Data and knowledge engineering research seminars discuss research of interest to the data and knowledge engineering group including, but not limited to, knowledge representation and reasoning, text and data mining and data privacy.
These seminars will take place in the West Extension in Queen's Buildings, Room WX/3.07 on Mondays between 13:00 and 14:00. Everyone is welcome to attend any seminar.
|21 October 2019||Nello Cristianini||Interface between AI and Social Sciences and why it matters|
|28 October 2019||Jae Hee Lee||Capturing word order in averaging-based sentence representations|
|28 October 2019||Mahmoud Eid Abdelhafez Abdellahi||Classifying memory reactivation during sleep using machine learning with brain recordings|
|4 November 2019||Andrei Gagarin||Pattern-based approach to the workflow satisfiability problem with user-independent constraints|
|4 November 2019||Daniel Gallichan||Using machine learning to derive head motion parameters during an MRI scan|
|11 November 2019||Stephanie Locke||Reproducible machine learning|
|11 November 2019||Mike Germuska||Food for thought: The application of machine learning to map brain oxygen metabolism with functional MRI|
|18 November 2019||Sylwia Polberg||Empirical studies on formal argumentation|
|18 November 2019||Geraint Palmer||Applying Mathematics to Public Services in Wales|
|25 November 2019||Jiaxiang Zhang||Extracting information from behavioural and EEG data|
|2 December 2019||Joe Singleton||An axiomatic approach to truth discovery|
|2 December 2019||Daniel Loureiro||Language Modelling Makes Sense|
|8 October 2018||Franz Király||Probabilistic supervised learning, or predicting the prediction uncertainty - theory and practice|
|15 October 2018||Shelan Jeawak||Embedding geographic locations for modelling the natural environment using Flickr tags and structured data|
|15 October 2018||Christian Arnold||Releasing differentially private synthetic micro-data with Bayesian GANs|
|22 October 2018||Kirstin Strokorb||Extreme events in Markov chains|
|22 October 2018||Padraig Corcoran||A multi-scale topological shape model for single and multiple component shapes|
|5 November 2018||Marc Roig Vilamala||An automatic translation from Essence Prime to Satisfiability Module Theories|
|5 November 2018||Sam Vente||Identifying the sleeper cells: Estimation of bacteria counts in fluorescence microscopy images|
|12 November 2018||Vidit Nanda||Big mathematics for big data|
|19 November 2018||Luis Espinosa||Augmenting word embeddings with unsupervised relation vectors|
|19 November 2018||Matthias Treder||Improving SNR and reducing training time of classifiers in large datasets via kernel averaging|
|26 November 2018||Vincent Knight||Recognising extortion|
|3 December 2018||Bertrand Gauthier||Spectral approximation and (conic) squared-kernel discrepancy|
|10 December 2018||Hiroyuki Kido||Argumentation mining from acceptability of arguments|
|10 December 2018||Richard Booth||On strengthening the logic of iterated belief revision|
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Please direct all questions about this research seminar programme to the co-ordinator Dr Padraig Corcoran.