Our joint ambition is to bring meaning to large amounts of heterogeneous data and exploit it in the best possible way for a broad range of use cases and applications, with particular focus on healthcare, bioscience, sustainability assessment, and Web.
News from DKW
Meet Torben Larsen – new Professor in the DKW group
Please welcome Professor Torben Larsen who has joined the Department of Computer Science as of November 1, 2022.
Machine Learning Provides a Quick Overview of Your Diagnoses
Researchers at Aalborg University have developed a model that can successfully map a patient's existing diagnoses on the basis of the person's medication list. Over time, this could enable healthcare staff to quickly get an overview of the patient’s pre-existing diseases.
Meet Heather Lent - research assistant/postdoc in DKW
Please welcome Heather Lent who has joined the DKW group as a research assistant. As of November, she will switch to a position as postdoc.
NEW PROJECT WILL OPEN THE DOOR TO THE SECRET WORLD OF BACTERIA
The world holds millions of unknown bacteria with untapped potential. Researchers from Aalborg University have received a DKK 15 million grant to boost the mapping of them. By combining new measurement methods with advanced machine learning and data science techniques, the hope is that the researchers can develop new methods that will enable the mapping of all bacteria in nature.
Short news from DKW
Digital Tech Summit 2022
October 2022: Katja (https://homes.cs.aau.dk/~khose/About_me.html) gave a talk on "Driving the AI Revolution in Health through Data Engineering and Data Science" at the Digital Tech Summit 2022 in Copenhagen. Details: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/department-of-computer-science-aalborg-university_dataengineering-ai-activity-6990691325821997056-Pcou/
Paper accepted and presented at the QuWeDa Workshop
October 2022: Our work on "Transforming RDF-star to Property Graphs: A Preliminary Analysis of Transformation Approaches" has been accepted at the QuWeDa Workshop icw. ISWC 2022. Authors: Ghadeer Abuoda, Daniele Dell'Aglio, Arthur Keen, Katja Hose. Details: https://arxiv.org/abs/2210.05781
Metadata 4 DKG Workshop (DKG COST ACTION)
September 2022: Katja (https://homes.cs.aau.dk/~khose/About_me.html) participated in the Metadata 4 DKG Workshop (part of the COST Action on Distributed Knowledge Graphs) in Lyon. Details: https://cost-dkg.github.io/metadata4dkg2022/