Advances in Data Science will take place in Manchester, UK from Monday May, 20 2019 to Tuesday May, 21 2019.
A two-day meeting to present recent developments in data science. This year's meeting is themed around four topics: Health & Wellbeing, AI & Robotics, NLP & Text Mining and Security & Privacy. Invited speakers include leading data scientists from industry and academia, and there will be the opportunity to submit abstracts for talks and posters. Talks will range from application-focussed to advanced data science methodologies.
Invited speakers confirmed so far include:
Danushka Bollegala, University of Liverpool
Georgio Metta, IT Central Research Lab, Genoa, Italy
Paul Taylor, Lancaster University
Catalina Vallejos, University of Edinburgh
Byran Wallace, Northeastern University, USA
Chris Williams, University of Edinburgh
Pierre Zweigenbaum, CNRS, Paris
Registration will open soon and delegates will be able to submit abstracts for consideration as short talk or poster presentations at the meeting. Note that there will only be a small number of contributions selected for talks due to time constraints.
SponsorsUniversity of Manchester Data Science Institute
Alan Turing Institute
OrganizersMagnus Rattray; Sophia Ananiadou; Emma Barrett; Danielle Belgrave; Angelo Cangelosi