(MLDAS 2018) Machine Learning and Data Analytics Symposium
We would like to invite authors to send in contributed submissions - FULL papers or POSITION papers - on any of the topics of interest of the symposium: machine learning, data mining, applied machine learning techniques, data analytics solutions
The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researchers, practitioners, students, and industry experts in the fields of machine learning, data mining, and related areas to present recent advances, to discuss open research questions, and to bridge the gap between data analytics research and industry needs on certain concrete problems.
The MLDAS symposium will serve as a platform for exchange of ideas, identification of important and challenging applications, and discovery of possible synergies.
We will address the topics of interest through both invited and contributed talks describing (1) research ideas, (2) new challenges, (3) mature research and (4) practical results. The symposium program will consist of presentations by invited speakers of both industry and academia, and by the authors of the papers submitted to the symposium. In addition, we will have a panel discussion to identify important research problems and applications.
The MLDAS symposium will take place on March 12 and March 13, 2018.
Registration for MLDAS 2018 is closed.
More details about MLDAS local information are available here.
MLDAS is co-chaired by Sanjay Chawla (QCRI), Dragos Margineantu (Boeing Research & Technology), Mohammed Zaki (RPI), Jan Wei Pan, Boeing Research & Technology
Please click here to contact the MLDAS co-chairs.
To contact the MLDAS symposium organizers on any matter, please check this page.
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