Our paper “Figuring out the User in a Few Steps: Bayesian Multifidelity Active Search with Cokriging” has been accepted for oral presentation (9% acceptance rate) at KDD 2019, the top data mining conference.
The Deutsche FoschungsGemainschaft (DFG), the German Federal Funding agency, awarded 330.000€ as a personal grant (eigenestelle) for a project on “Query correction in large knowledge graphs”. Thanks DFG!
Our book on Data Exploration Using Example-based Methods has been published by Morgan & Claypool!
I’m very excited to start as a professor in the department of Computer Science of Aarhus University. Looking forward to the start of the new adventure and the new challenges ahead.
There is little of my academic endeavors in this story, but completing a marathon with its 42.195 km is something that makes me feel proud. This year has been a very successful part of my life and I think that dreams whatever and wherever they are should be pursued. Thanks all who supported me (especially Thijs and Anna)!