Three experts appointed by the European Commission visited the ENGINE Centre at the beginning of November 2016: 1. Prof. Bogdan Gabrys, Chair of Computational Intelligence, Faculty of Science and Technology, Bournemouth University, UK 2. Prof. Natasa Milic-Frayling, Chair of Data Science, School of Data Science, University of Nottingham, UK 3.
A researcher from the ENGINE Center – Piotr Szymanski is working – together with a team of students (Mateusz Dryzek, Radek Czemerys, Michał Żonieruk and Piotr Oleszczyk) – on the analysis of public transport in Wroclaw. Starting at the beginning of this year the team collected data from the position monitoring system
Nine young and experienced scientists employed in the ENGINE centre have recently received research grants for their teams from The Polish National Science Centre. (1) four are for the experienced reserchers (Opus programme), Principal Investigators: Przemyslaw Kazienko (ENGINE coordinator), Bogdan Cyganek (recruited researcher), Jaroslaw Jankowski (recruited researcher), and Miroslaw Klinkowski
Morzy Mikołaj, Kajdanowicz Tomasz and Boleslaw Szymanski published an article entitled “Complex networks and Benford’s distribution“. Many collections of numbers do not have a uniform distribution of the leading digit, but conform to a very particular pattern known as Benford’s distribution. This distribution has been found in numerous areas such as
The President of the Republic of Poland upon a motion of the Central Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles conferred a life-time academic title of Professor of Technical Sciences on Przemysław Kazienko, the ENGINE coordinator.
As of March/April 2016, the paper entitled “Social Networks on the Internet”, authored by Katarzyna Musial-Gabrys – the ENGINE partner and Przemysław Kazienko – the ENGINE coordinator has again been recognized as the Highly Cited Paper by the Web of Science service. It means that the paper received enough citations
New publication – How Is a Data-Driven Approach Better than Random Choice in Label Space Division for Multi-Label Classification?
Piotr Szymański, Tomasz Kajdanowicz and Kristian Kersting published an article entitled “How Is a Data-Driven Approach Better than Random Choice in Label Space Division for Multi-Label Classification?”. Abstract: We propose using five data-driven community detection approaches from social networks to partition the label space in the task of multi-label classification as
We would like to announce the granting of a patent by the Polish Patent Office entitled “Supporting method for purchasing for people with disabilities and a system for making purchases by people with disabilities” (No. 400737). The authors of the application are two ENGINE project employees – Janusz Sobecki and
On June 20, 21, 23 and 24, at hours 10.30-12.00 and13.00-14.30 in room 40 C4 prof. Arunabha Sen will present a series of lectures on topic „Approximation Algorithms and Schemes”. Prof. Arunabha Sen from Arizona State University is currently employed in the ENGINE project as a Visiting Professor.
Daniel Neagu, Professor of Computing at the University of Bradford, has presented a 2-hour research seminar followed by a hands-on session on Mining Open Data on Monday 16 May 2016 . The event was delivered to a consistent audience of academic researchers, research students and registered undergraduate and postgraduate students.