Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining - Seminars


2012 Seminars

  • Title: Learning Non-linear Dynamical Systems by Alignment of Local Linear Models Speaker: Masao Joko, IBM Japan
  • Title: The role of model in System Control Engineering Speaker: Shuichi Adachi, Keio University
  • Title: Inferring Sparse Gaussian Graphical Models for Biological Network Speaker: Christophe Ambroise, Centre national de la recherche scientifiqu, France
  • Title; Human Computation, Crowd-sourcing, and Machine Learning Speaker: Hisashi Kashima (Department of Mathematical Informatics, The University of Tokyo. Associate Professor)
  • Title: Scalable graph kernels Speaker: Nino Shervashidze, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, http://webdav.tuebingen.mpg.de/u/karsten/Mitarbeiter/Nino/home2.html
  • Title: Sketching Techniques for Numerical Linear Algebra Speaker: David P. Woodruf -- IBM Research -- Almaden
  • Title: An Introduction to Privacy-Preserving Data Mining Speaker: Bing Yang (The Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Title; Using BDD for Optimization of Electric Grid Speaker: Kouji Tsuda
  • Title: "Image and Documents Analytics - Technologies Overview" Speaker: Asaf Tzadok of Haifa Research Lab.
  • Title: On Anomaly Detection in Image and Video Speaker: Prof. Janusz Konrad, Boston University
  • Title: Analytics in the space of Energy at IBM Research Ireland Speaker: Francesco Fusco, IBM Research -- Dublin
  • Title: Label Propagation over Graphs Speaker: Hiroshi Mamitsuka, Kyoto University
  • Title: Complexity of Belief Propagation Speaker: Jinwoo Shin, IBM Research
  • Title: Not your Father’s Clustering Algorithms – New Developments and Applications in Clustering Speaker: Ian Davidson, UC Davis
  • Title: Mining Genetic Interactions in Genome-Wide Association Study Speaker: Wei Wang, UCLA
  • Title: Textual Analytics of Financial News Speaker: Dirk Neumann, Albert-Ludwigs University
  • Title: Efficient Crowd sourcing Contests Speaker: Shaili Jain, Yale University
  • Title: Data oriented modeling of risks and correlations in multi-agent simulation Speaker: Rikiya Takahashi, IBM Research
  • Title: Detection irregularly shaped significant spatial and spatio-temporal clusters Speaker: Wei Shan Dong, CRL
  • Title: Understanding the Temporal Dynamics of Diffusion Networks Speaker: Manuel Gomez Rodriguez, Stanford University
  • Title: Lasso Screening for Efficient Sparse Representation Speaker; Zhen James Xiang, Princeton University
  • Title: Quantifying Long-term Scientific Impact Speaker: Dashun Wang, North Eastern University
  • Title: Data Mining Meets HCI: Making Sense of Large Graphs Speaker: Duen Chau, Georgia Tech