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GMUM Group of Machine Learning Research, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science Jagiellonian University
keywords: machine learning, big data, networks analysis, forecasting, models
offer number: 103
research topics:
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Machine learning
  • Data mining and knowledge discovery
  • Pattern recognition and feature extraction
  • Neural networks
  • Data clustering
  • Big data
  • Mathematical prediction models
  • Signal, image and multimedia processing
  • Biometrics
  • Deep learning
  • Information theory based classification models
  • Time series analysis, forecasting and interpretation
  • Compression models and optimal encoding
  • Social networks analysis
  • Statistical data analysis
comercial research:

  • Design and development of effective prediction models
  • Design, development of biometric based security systems
  • Optimal product organizing, e.g. in e-commerce, based on basket analysis
  • Rational drug design models’ development and implementation
  • Knowledge discovery for business information systems
  • International financial markets’ trends
  • Design and development of brain computer interface
  • Design and development of intelligent compression methods for large scale data systems
  • Design and development of natural language processing system
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