Advances in Data Science 2019
11 Feb 2019
Call for abstracts for Advances in Data Science
The call for abstracts for Advances in Data Science 2019, an international two-day conference, is now open. This year's meeting is themed around four topics: Health and Wellbeing, AI and Robotics, NLP and Text Mining and Security and Privacy. Talks will range from application-focussed to advanced data science methodologies.
Advances in Data Science 2019 is set to build upon the success of the 2018 conference which took place last May.
The exciting line up of expert speakers will include leading data scientists from industry and academia from across the world.
• Danushka Bollegala, University of Liverpool
• Silvia Chiappa, DeepMind
• Yiannis Demiris, Imperial College London
• Sarah Filippi, Imperial College London
• Georgio Metta, IIT Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy
• Marion Oswald, University of Winchester
• Paul Taylor, Lancaster University
• Catalina Vallejos, University of Edinburgh
• Byron Wallace, Northeastern University, USA
• Chris Williams, University of Edinburgh
• Pierre Zweigenbaum, CNRS, Paris
This event is organised by Professor Magnus Rattray (The University of Manchester), Professor Sophia Ananiadou (The University of Manchester), Professor Emma Barrett (The University of Manchester), Professor Angelo Cangelosi (The University of Manchester) and Dr Danielle Belgrave (Microsoft).
The standard registration fee is £120, with a student registration fee of £80 and a one day registration fee of £60. The cost of the optional workshop dinner on Monday evening is £50. To book your place in the conference please visit the website.
To be considered for a short oral presentation or poster please submit an abstract through the meeting's easychair submission page. Abstracts should be prepared on one side of A4 (pdf format) and should describe new or recently published data science research. Submissions will be considered that demonstrate advances in data science or AI methodology and/or applications of data science.
A small number of spaces will be kept available until after decisions on submissions are released to ensure that speakers for accepted contributed presentations can register. However, due to space limitations at the venue and the popularity of last summer's conference, it's noted that anyone interested should register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.