Speakers

List of speakers:

Keynote speakers:

  • Anthony Bagnall, Universtiy of East Anglia (UK).
    • Title: "Time series classification".
  • Mark Brewer, Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland (UK).
    • Title: "Model selection and the cult of AIC".
  • Ludmila Kuncheva, Bangor University, (UK).
    • Title: "Feature selection from wide datasets".
  • Nada Lavrac, University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia).
    • Title: "From relational to semantic data mining".
  • Marian Scott, University of Glasgow (UK).
    • Title: "The role of Statistics in the era of big data: crucial, critical and under-valued".

Invited speakers:

  • María del Carmen Aguilera, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain).
    • Title: "Classification of kinematic data via functional data analysis".
  • Amparo Alonso Betanzos, Universidade de A Coruña (Spain)
    • Title: "Privacy-preserving, explainability and reduced-precision approaches in Machine Learning".
  • Concepción Arenas, Universidad de Barcelona (Spain).
    • Title: "Identifying crucial differentially expressed genes".
  • Ana Arribas Gil, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - BS Institute of Financial Big Data IFiBiD (Spain).
    • Title: "Time-warping, registration or alignment: from discrete to continuous and back".
  • Edurne Barrenechea, Universidad Pública de Navarra (Spain).
    • Title: "Building bridges between computer sciences and medicine: two real cases of prediction models applied to classify polytrauma patients and polypharmacy patients".
  • Jesús Cerquides, Universidad de Barcelona (Spain).
    • Title: "Intrinsic evaluation of Gamma-Poisson factor analysis models".
  • Manuel Febrero Bande, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
    • Title: "Useful old tricks for Big Data paradigms".
  • David Rios, ICMAT Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas (Spain).
    • Title: "(Almost everything about) Adversarial machine learning".
  • Antonio Salmerón, Universidad de Almeria (Spain).
    • Title: "Bayesian learning of latent variable models from non-stationary data streams".
  • Klaus Langohr, Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya (Spain).
    • Title: "A bidirectional multi-state model for panel data on bone mineral density among HIV-infected patients".