Category Archives: ENGINE Project

Work Packages

Engine project consists of these work packages: Work Package 1 – Management Work Package 2 – Twinning Activities Work Package 3 – Conferences Work Package 4 – Employment Work Package 5 – Equipment Work Package 6 – Visibility and Collaboration Work Package 7 – Evaluation

WT2.9 – University of Bradford, Bradford, UK (UBRA)

Task Leader: Urszula Markowska-Kaczmar, urszula.markowska-kaczmar@pwr.wroc.plUBRA Coordinator: Daniel Neagu, d.neagu@bradford.ac.uk Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Investigation, modelling and solution of real-world scheduling and optimisation problems in partnership with commercial, scientific and governmental collaborators Investigation of tailored and general-purpose models, algorithms, heuristics, metaheuristics

WT4.1 – prof. Reda Alhajj – Complex Network Analysis and Mining Researcher

Task Leader: Przemysław Kazienko, przemyslaw.kazienko@pwr.wroc.pl New researcher employment details: Researcher: Prof. Reda Alhajj, Uniwersytet w Calgary, Alberta, KanadaPosition: Complex Network Analysis and Mining ResearcherDuration of employment: 12MLink do artykułu: http://engine.pwr.edu.pl/en/news/156-prof-reda-alhajj-our-new-staff-member Researcher’s profile: Prof. Reda Alhajj received his B.Sc. degree in Computer engineering in 1988 from Middle East Technical University, Ankara,

WT3.9 – Workshop on Solving Classification Problems Embedded in the Nature of Data

Task Leader: Bartosz Krawczyk, bartosz.krawczyk@pwr.wroc.plENGINE research areas: A1, B1, B2 Duration: 1 day Estimated no. of participants: 20 No. of events: 1 During The World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing (NABIC) conference. One of the main challenges for the machine learning algorithms are problems arising from the nature

WT2.11 – Uppsala University, Sweden (UU)

Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, radoslaw.michalski@pwr.wroc.plUU Coordinator: Matteo Magnani, mat.magnani@gmail.com Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Interdisciplinary studies on social networks and complex networks; applications of network analysis Pre-processing and discovery of patterns from large databases Advanced classification methods, multiple classifier systems, concept

WT6.10 – Promotion of ENGINE scientific achievements via movie

Task Leader: Stanisław Saganowski, stanislaw.saganowski@pwr.wroc.plProduction of a short, high quality semi-professional movie promoting scientific achievements of the ENGINE Centre to be presented during the selected conferences, other events as well as at universities. Additionally, the promotional video will be available for general public on the ENGINE website. The video will

WT4.2 – Prof. Bolesław Szymański – Social and Cognitive Networks Researcher

Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, radoslaw.michalski@pwr.wroc.pl New researcher employment details: Researcher : Prof. Bolesław Szymański, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NYPosition: Social and Semantic Network Analysis Researcher ENGINE research areas: A2, A5, B1-B6Duration of employment: 6-12MLink do artykułu: http://engine.pwr.edu.pl/en/news/146-new-staff-member-prof-boleslaw-k-szymanski Researcher’s profile: Professor Szymański received his M.Sc. at Faculty of Electronics and Information

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