Data Mining

The chair studies data mining (DM) techniques and knowledge discovery approaches that are at the core of data science. The group is known for its contributions to the areas of predictive analytics, automation of machine learning and networked science, subgroup discovery and exceptional model mining, and similarity computations on complex data. Its research is inspired by theoretical computer science, systems development and real-world applications of (big) data-driven discovery in healthcare, banking, energy, retail, telecom, and education among others.

We develop generic approaches and specialized techniques that cover a wide range of descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics and work effectively with text, image, transactional, graph and time-series data in a responsible manner. E.g. we use Deep Learning methods to develop models for high dimensional heterogeneous, unstructured and evolving data and apply this models to areas such as medical imaging, genomics, anomaly detection and sentiment analysis. We further work on methods for analyzing and explaining the model’s decisions and performance and facilitate effective DM with domain expert in the loop.

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