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Data science is poised to become one of the most intensively researched areas within the computer science discipline. The research carried out by AUT Centre of Research in Data Science will be at the cutting edge of new developments in this field.

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SGInnovate visits Data Science Research Centre

SGInnovate support & invest into entrepreneurial scientists who have the ambition, passion and expertise to develop Deep Tech solutions to challenging global problems.

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Herman Wandabwa, PhD candidate

Doctor of Philosophy candidate Herman Wandabwa is looking at how disseminated content on short text microblogs can be leveraged in the generation of user-representative profiles for non-lurkers on such platforms. His research is being supervised by the Data Science Research Group’s founder, Dr Muhammad Asif Naeem.

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Special issue: Real-time Data Management and Analytics

Muhammad Asif Naeem and Farhaan Mirza are running a special issue on "Real-time Data Management and Analytics in the Electronics journal.

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Electronics Journal

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2020 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence

July 19 – 24, 2020, Glasgow (UK)

Computational Intelligence and Deep Learning for Human Motion Modelling and Analysis

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Sport Performance Innovation Forum presentation

Boris Bačić presented Augmented Rehabilitation and Coaching Systems at the Sport Performance Innovation Forum, held at QBE Stadium on 23 May.

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