» To advance the state-of-the-art in data science through basic research
in core data science areas;
» To transform multiple fields of science and engineering (ranging from cyber security to digital health) through continuous collaboration between data scientists and domain experts;
» To educate new generations of data-aware professionals through enhancing programs of study at undergraduate and graduate levels across the entire university.
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Growing a tree from a forest: Transforming a decision forest into an explainable tree
Prof. Aryeh Kontorovich, department of Computer Science, Chairmankaryeh@cs.bgu.ac.il
Steering Committee Members:
Prof. Mark Last, department of Software & Information Systems Engineering, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Boaz Lerner, department of Industrial
Engineering & Managementboaz@bgu.ac.il
Racheli Eldin, Administrative Manager
Congratulations to doctoral student Noy Cohen Shapira on winning the award for the best research article at the prestigious CIKM conference to which 19% of the submitted articles were received.
The article is the work of a research team led by Prof. Lior Rokach. The team also included Prof. Bracha Shapira, Dr. Gilad Katz, and doctoral student Roman Weinstein
The article deals with automatic computational learning.
Special thanks to doctoral student Eilon Sheetrit from the Technion for assistance at the conference.
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