On August 23, 2022 Kristina Yordanova received her appointment as a full professor for Data Science at the University of Greifswald. In September 2022 our junior research group is moving to the University of Greifswald and we are looking forward to building the new Institute for Data Science! In Greifswald […]
Dr. Emma Tonkin from the University of Bristol is currently doing a three months research visit at the University of Rostock. Emma received a Mare Balticum Fellowship to work on a book proposal together with Kristina Yordanova on the topic of Privacy-aware Data Annotation Approaches in Healthcare. During her stay […]
On November 30, Kristina Yordanova will present the Text2HBM project at a research seminar at the University of Mannheim. Text2HBM deals with the automatic generation of planning domain descriptions from textual sources and the model optimisation based on sensor observations. For more details on Text2HBM visit https://text2hbm.org/.
Our group will participate in this year’s KI2021 virtual conference. Sumaiya Suravee will present herwork Methods for Automated Learning of Semantic Structures from Textual Data on 27.09 at 11.05 o’clock ( https://ki2021.uni-luebeck.de/dc.html for more information). Our second participation will be the poster presentation BehavE: Behaviour Understanding through Automated Generation of […]
After successfully defending her master thesis entitled “Comparative study of the performance of various optimizers for Named Entity Recognition system” Sumaiya joined our group as a scientific researcher. She is working in the project eDEM-Connect where she investigates automated methods for knowledge extraction and learning of semantic structures from texts.
After successfully defending his master thesis entitled “A pipeline for named entity extraction from scarcely annotated and noisy text documents”, Teodor Stoev has joined the CoMSA²t team. He works in the project BehavE where he deals with behaviour analysis from heterogeneous data sources, data fusion, and automatic generation of situation […]
We are happy to announce that Yi-Jie Lin successfully defended his master thesis entitled “Identification of Different Persons by Applying Machine Learning Methods on Odor Patterns”. The thesis investigates methods for detecting the identity of a person based on their smell measured with odor sensors.
We are happy to announce the start of the eDEM-Connect Project. eDEM-Connect: Development of a Communication and Services Platform for the Caregivers of People with Dementia is a project funded by BMBF. The project started in February 2020 and will continue for three years. The goal of the project is […]
We are happy to announce that we are organising the DigiTAl workshop: 1st International Workshop on Digital Health Systems for The aging Population. The goal of the workshop is to explore the potential of digital systems for supporting the elderly. The workshop provides a venue for researchers to reflect on […]
We are happy to announce that Kristina Yordanova has received a grant for the BehavE project proposal (Behaviour Understanding through Situation Models for Situation-aware AssistancE) from the German Research Foundation (DFG). The project will start next year and will continue for three years. Objective of the project is the investigation […]