Valdas Zemaitis

Job Title: 
Master Thesis Student
To: 
31 June 2011
From: 
1 September 2010
Academic Qualifications: 
MSc.
status: 
Alumni
Research Areas: 
tag based recommender systems
Group Role: 
master thesis student

Martin Leginus

LeginusMartin
Job Title: 
Research Assistant
From: 
1 September 2010
Academic Qualifications: 
BSc.
MSc.
status: 
Alumni
Research Areas: 
tag based recommender systems
Group Role: 
member
Projects: 
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The KiWi Release Party

The KiWi team

On October 14 (2010), I travelled to Vienna, Austria to take part of the KiWi Release Party.

After more than 2 and half years of work, the KiWi platform 1.0 was officially released to the community. The event took place at Planetarium, an exciting space and quite inspiring. The space was properly made up by “KiWi” style, colors and flavors.

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The KiWi team

The KiWi team
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Research visit to LMU-Munich and Salzburg Research

The KiWI guys

July-2010 was the time for collaboration.

I spent the first 2 weeks of July visiting LMU-Munich doing collaboration with Klara’s most recent work. We worked on the personalization of PEST approach with preliminary good results. Shortly....

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The KiWI guys

The KiWI guys
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Attending of LWA2010-ABIS Workshop, Kassel, Germany

I attended the "18th International Workshop on Personalization and Recommendation on the Web and Beyond" from 4th-6th October 2010.

There're four several special interest groups (SIGs) in LWA workshop:

1.FG-ABIS (Adaptively and User Modeling in Interactive Software Systems)

2.FG-IR (Information Retrieval)

3.FG-KDML (Knowledge Discovery, Data Mining and Machine Learning)

4.FG-WM (Knowledge Management)

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Attending of KES2010 conference, Cardiff, UK

From 10th-12th September I attended the 14th International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems (KES 2010). The conference took place in Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Cardiff is well established as ‘Europe’s Youngest Capital’ but its history dates back more than 2000 years to the Romans. The conference consisted of keynote talks, oral and poster presentations, invited sessions and workshops, on the applications and theory of intelligent systems and related areas.

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Highlights of research results on Community Detection presented at the ASONAM 2010 Conference

From 9 to 11 of August I attended the ASONAM 2010 conference in Odense. The city, located in the Funen Island, is the third largest in Denmark and houses the H. C. Andersen Museum, next to place he was allegedly born. As for the conference, for three days it covered topics in social networks analysis and mining, with particular emphasis to the detection of communities and groups, and issues with security and terrorism networks.

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