MSc-CS Student Research Work Published at AIAI Conference2019 November 21
Congratulations to four of our recent graduates who have had research accepted for publication at the AICS 2019 Conference, resulting from work they did on the MSc programme last year.
We are delighted to hear that four of our recent MSc graduates have had research papers accepted for conference publication at an upcoming conference. Conor O’Sullivan [MSc CS - Data Science], Nicholas Bonello [MSc CS - Intelligent Systems], Mark Grennan [MSc CS - Future Networked Systems] and Snehal Bhatia [MSc CS - Future Networked Systems] had papers accepted at the 27th AIAI Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, resulting from work conducted as part of their MSc Research Dissertations in the 2018-19 academic year.
Full details of the papers below:
- GIANT: The 1-Billion Annotated Synthetic Bibliographic-Reference-String Dataset for Deep Citation Parsing. Mark Grennan, Martin Schibel, Andrew Collins and Joeran Beel
- Predicting the Outcome of Judicial Decisions made by the European Court of Human Rights. Conor O'Sullivan and Joeran Beel
- Multi-stream Data Analytics for Enhanced Performance Prediction in Fantasy Football. Nicholas Bonello, Joeran Beel, Jeremy Debattista and Séamus Lawless
- Using WGAN for Improving Imbalanced Classification Performance. Snehal Bhatia and Rozenn Dahyot
Congratulations to the alumni and their supervisors.