Workshop on Big Data Analysis

Workshop on Big Data Analysis:

a small workshop on big data

This small workshop on big data is an event launching our new Master's Degree programme, Master of Data Science.

It is also a continuation of our ongoing joint meetings with Kyushu University - Institute of Mathematics for Industry

Venue is La Trobe's Institute of Advanced Studies.

Programme and more information

More photos from the workshop.

Invited speakers:

Bob Anderssen OAM, CSIRO Data61

The Big Data Phenomenology of Grain Hardness

Adrian Baddeley, Curtin University

Analysing Concentrated Spatial Patterns of Events

Melissa Davis, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

Patterns of Regulation - Finding Evidence of Complex Regulatory Networks in Large Molecular and Genetic Datasets from Cancer

Marcus Kracht, University of Bielefeld

Theory or No Theory - the Role of Data in Linguistics

Christine O'Keefe, CSIRO

Balancing Privacy with Access in Big Data Analytics

Sankar Pal, Indian Statistical institute

Granular Mining and Rough-fuzzy Computing - Data to Knowledge and Big Data Issues

Ege Rubak, Aalborg University

Point Patterns on the Sphere -Statistical Methodology and Computation

Anatoliy Swishchuk, University of Calgary

Big Data in Finance - Modelling of Limit Order Books

Karin Verspoor, University of Melbourne

Practice-based Evidence in Medicine -Where Information Retrieval Meets Data Mining

Organising committee:

    • Phil Broadbridge, Andriy Olenko, Mahardhika Pratama, Agus Salim, Justin Wang, Yu Guang Wang, Tomasz Kowalski (La Trobe University)

    • Daisuke Tagami (Kyushu University)

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