The IDA meeting held at WLFB 207/208 (2nd floor of Wilfred Brown) at 2:00PM.
Spotlight presentations from the following PhD students:
Afees Odebode: A sampling-based Clustering Scheme for Large Data Sets
Bashir Dodo: Level Set Segmentation of Retinal OCT Images
Ben Evans: Camera Trapping + ML
Joanna Pawlik: Extracting Predictive Models from Flora Free-Text Documents at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London
Khalipha Nuhu: Investigating user responses to mandatory IT-induced changes in organizations
Leila Yousefi: Opening the Black Box – Discovering Hidden Variables in Type II Diabetes Prediction and Patient Modelling
Mashael Al-Luhaybi: Predicting Academic Performance (Learning Dynamic Bayesian Networks)
A talk from Dr Noureddin Sadawi titled ‘Embarrassingly Parallel’ (slides can be found here).
Dr Sadawi is a research fellow at the Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences, Brunel University London. His scientific research focuses on the applications of machine learning and data mining in areas such as drug design and discovery, omics data, gesture recognition, financial data analysis and object recognition.