Monthly Archives: November 2012

Research: Metabolomics

The group performs research in the exciting field of systems biology. By applying modern Bayesian inference techniques, we hope to improve software tools that life scientists use to analyse data in metabolomics — the study of small molecules produced by fundamental chemical … Continue reading

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IDI Research featured in New Scientist

Alessandro Vinciarelli and Maurizio Filippone have been featured in the New Scientist for their work on automatic conflict detection in political debates http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn22333-conflict-detector-picks-the-best-bits-in-political-debates.html. The work was done in the framework of the European Network of Excellence on Social Signal Processing (www.sspnet.eu), coordinated by … Continue reading

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Seminar 29th November – Konstantinos Georgatzis

SAWB 422, 2pm. Title:Efficient Optimisation for Data Visualisation as an Information Retrieval Task Visualisation of multivariate data sets is often done by mapping data onto a low-dimensional display with nonlinear dimensionality reduction (NLDR) methods. We have introduced a formalism where NLDR for visualisation is … Continue reading

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Seminar 06/12/2012 – Tommi Suvitaival

Thursday 6th December 2pm, SAWB 422. Title: Probabilistic ANOVA-type analysis for mass-spectrometry peak data Methods for statistical analysis of mass-spectrometry experiments typically rely on pre-processing steps on the spectral peak data: compounds that constitute the sample need to be identified, and … Continue reading

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