Following his doctoral studies he joined Janssen Pharmaceutica.
Gallen, Switzerland where he also received his habilitation by he Department of Management. Previously he was lecturer at the University of St.
Gallen and professor of media and computer science at Furtwangen University, Germany. In his research he investigates the transformation of industries by applying methods of Artificial Intelligence.
His current research interests are at the intersection of Computational Statistics and Cloud Computing for Bioinformatics application development in the Web Platform.
This research pulls together threads from past work on mathematical modeling and machine learning for Medical Genomics, at a time when these fields are challenged by the increasingly data driven nature of modern Biomedical Research.
As Population Health data becomes available in real-time see for example bit. Damian currently serves as a member of the steering group at the VolkswagenStiftung, the review committee at the Baden-Wurttemberg Stiftung, the assessment committee for the Investment Innovation Benchmark IIB and several other steering- and program committees of international conferences and workshops.
He gathered over 20 years of experience in those fields with many publications in renowned journals like the Journal of Applied Econometrics, the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, and many others.
He also develops - joint with other data scientists - add-on packages for the statistics software R, in particular for the Multivariate Synthetic Control Method Using Time Series, for Computing Spillover Measures, and for the Implementation of the Pearson distribution system.
Stefan holds a Ph. He teaches the next generation of data researchers and gives national and international lectures on Data Science.
His research is focused around machine learning specifically reinforcement learningAI for interactive entertainment, user modelling, and human-AI interaction, and he has published over peer-reviewed papers in various areas of artificial intelligence and co-edited three books published by Springer.
His research focuses on main-memory adaptive indexing methods, data partitioning and sorting, storage layouts, and memory management techniques.
Inhe won a VLDB best paper award the second ever given to an Experiments and Analysis paper on a study about adaptive indexing. He previously worked at Max Planck Institute for Informatics, where he was performing research in areas of mathematical optimization mainly in context of computer visionmachine learning and human - computer collaboration.
As ofhe works as a research associate at the chair of Information and Service Systems at Saarland University, where he applies his machine learning and optimization skills to information systems domain. If you intend the preparing of a mini-project, please register for that via email hannah.
Registration Registration The Summer School is an intensive hands-on introduction to data science for doctoral researchers and advanced students.
Open places can be given to professionals. The registration fee for the Summer School includes all sessions, lunch, coffee breaks and the social event. Information about participants fee's will be available soon.The NOHA+ Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree Programme in International Humanitarian Action has been designed for people working or intending to work in the field of humanitarian action; regardless of their race, religion, age, and/or geographical origin.
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In the fourth semester of the Master’s programme, students write their Master's thesis. The Master’s thesis is supervised by the tutor and covers a theme derived from the six skill areas. It can be completed at ETH Zurich, in cooperation with an organization, or with the tutor's support in cooperation with faculty of another university.
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An Internet timeline highlighting some of the key events and technologies that helped shape the Internet as we know it today. Maliam Acio is a social development consultant and a Right Livelihood College Junior Scientist who worked with international development NGOs, before becoming a senior consultant with POP Human Resource and Management Consultants, a company that carries out development and human resource and management consultancy for the government, cooperatives, and private companies.