Data Science Content Data Science Content for Computer Science en Setareh Rafatirad <h5>Data Analytics , Data Mining , Applied Machine Learning, Real-estate Housing Analytics</h5> <p> </p> March 12, 2021 - 10:09am Noah Pflueger-Peters Sean Peisert <h5>Security, privacy</h5> <p>Peisert leads applied research and development in computer security. His current research and development interests cover a broad cross-section of usable and useful computer security and privacy solutions, particularly in enabling secure and privacy-preserving scientific data analysis in distributed, high-performance, and cloud computing environments. February 26, 2020 - 3:56pm Eric Blosch Ilias Tagkopoulos <h5>Bioinformatics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science</h5> <p>Professor Tagkopoulos leads the Integrated Biology and Predictive Analytics lab, where computer scientists and biologists apply interdisciplinary techniques to solve challenges in life sciences. His team works on the theory and design of novel machine learning algorithms, multi-scale models, transfer and active learning frameworks on nutritional, medical and biological data. Computational results are experimentally validated in our microbiology lab, located in the Genome Center.</p> February 26, 2020 - 3:31pm Eric Blosch Chen-Nee Chuah <h5>Networks and distributed systems, data science, intelligent learning, smart health, intelligent transportation systems</h5> <p>Dr. Chuah seeks to understand large-scale networked systems and learning-driven information processing, computation, and control. Her Robust &amp; Ubiquitous Networking (RUbiNet) Lab focuses on developing data driven approach to design adaptive control and security detection mechanisms in different production networks, including IP-backbones, wireless networks, data centers, online social platforms, and software defined networks. February 24, 2020 - 12:29pm Anonymous Martin Hilbert <h2>About</h2> <div> <p><span>Martin Hilbert pursues a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the role of digitalization in the development of complex social systems. Before joining UC Davis, he created and coordinated the Information Society Programme of United Nations Regional Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (</span><a href=""></a><span>). February 21, 2020 - 2:56pm Joseph Menke Soheil Ghiasi <div> <h5>Computer engineering, embedded systems, smart health</h5> <p>Professor Ghiasi’s research is in the broad area of computer engineering, with an emphasis on system-level design and optimization of embedded systems for emerging application domains, such as artificial intelligence and smart health. February 21, 2020 - 2:42pm Joseph Menke Seth Frey <h2>About</h2> <div> <p>I am an Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of California, Davis, in the <a href="">Computational Communication</a> lab. February 21, 2020 - 2:35pm Joseph Menke Vladimir Filkov <h5>Data science, software engineering, systems biology, network science, algorithms</h5> <p>Filkov is a data scientist specializing in producing analytics from large data sets in the areas of empirical software engineering, systems biology of plants, applied network theory and combinatorial algorithms. He co-directs the <a href="">DECAL lab</a>, which focuses on evidence-based methods to improve modern software engineering processes. He also works with plant biologists to understand and modify the processes of plant growth using genomic methods.</p> February 21, 2020 - 2:29pm Joseph Menke Pantelis Loupos <h5>Social Customer Relationship Management, Digital Platforms, Business Analytics</h5> <p>Pantelis Loupos’ research interests focus on understanding consumer behavior in digital platforms and in particular networked services. In particular, services whose value is a function of the number of customers they have and their underlying network topology.</p> <p>For empirical investigation, Loupos is using data from <a href="">Venmo</a>, a peer-to-peer mobile payment application, to understand the impact of heterogeneous social networks on customer activity and acquisition.</p> February 21, 2020 - 2:26pm Taylor Mcdougall Jonathan A. Eisen <p>Our work focuses on genomic basis for the origin of novelty in microorganisms (how new processes and functions evolve). We are currently focusing on mutualistic symbioses involving microbes because such symbioses are one of the simplest and most important means for organisms to acquire new processes and functions. We are interested in the mechanisms through which such symbioses originate and are maintained and how symbionts communicate with their hosts or partners. February 21, 2020 - 1:09pm Joseph Menke