Russel Pears is interested in all aspects of Data Mining and Machine Learning. His research speciality is in Data Stream Mining where he has contributed novel methods for change detection and recurrent pattern capture.
Dave Parry is an Associate Professor, Head of the department of computer science, academic leader for the master of health informatics programme and director of the AUT Radio frequency Identification (RFID) laboratory in the AUT School of ECMS.
Boris' research interest is in application of Computational Intelligence (CI) and data analytics to advance sport science, rehabilitation, health and active life systems and technologies.
Samaneh (Sam) is a lecturer in the Computer Science department and Fellow of Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH). Her research interest mainly focuses on e-health technologies and applications, specifically Internet of Things (IoT), in mainstream healthcare as well as in disaster situations.
Diana is a Senior Research Fellow at the CSDA, AUT. Her research interests span transfer learning, continual learning and human-algorithm collaboration. She investigates fundamental aspects and applications of these paradigms. Diana's applied experience includes leading the design, experimentation and deployment of machine learning tools to support decision making
Sarah Marshall is a Lecturer in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. She completed her PhD in Management Science on the application of deterministic and stochastic models to product recovery systems at the University of Edinburgh
Gerald Weber is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at The University of Auckland. He joined The University of Auckland in 2003. Gerald holds a PhD from the FU Berlin.
Imran Sarwar Bajwa is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. He has worked on various research projects in University of Birmingham, UK and University of Coimbra, Portugal.
Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh is a computer engineer with a background in artificial intelligence and natural language processing. She obtained her PhD from Massey University with a thesis in Statistical Machine Translation.
Nate’s current specialization is Econometrics and Statistics with emphasis on Bayesian approach and applications in economics, finance, health science, and social science.
Herman is specializing in building user-representative taste profiles based on short text microblog data. His interests are in Natural Language Processing.
Nawal is specializing in mobile health (mHealth)technologies design and applications. Her research interests are in healthcare information systems and data analytics.