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Hadi Fanaee-T

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Recent publications

  • Multi-insight visualization of multi-omics data via ensemble dimension reduction and tensor factorization

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    • Thoresen M
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  • Performance evaluation of methods for integrative dimension reduction

    • Fanaee-T H
    • Thoresen M
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Education

PhD

Universidade do Porto

February 2011 - November 2015(5 years)

About

Hadi Fanaee-T completed his PhD (with distinction) in Computer Science, under supervision of Professor Joao Gama at the Faculty of Science of University of Porto, Portugal in November 2015. He was the finalist in ERCIM Cor Baayen Young Researcher Award 2017. Presently, he is a postdoctoral fellow at the department of biostatistics, University of Oslo, Norway working on high dimensional data integration and analysis with applications to omics data analysis. Prior to this he was a postdoctoral researcher in European FP7 Project "MAESTRA" at INESC TEC research institute, Portugal. His main research interests are interdisciplinary applications of tensor decompositions, data fusion, anomaly/event detection and spatiotemporal data mining. He is the first-author of several journal and conference papers. He has served as a PC member to over 20 prestigious conferences (e.g. IJCAI, AAAI, ECML-PKDD, ISMIS, ACM SAC, IEEE DSAA, etc.) and also reviewer to several high-impact journals (e.g. TDKE, TKDD, DAMI, ML, KAIS, KBS, CSUR). Dr. Fanaee was an invited talk at the summer school on "mining big and complex data" held in Ohrid, Macedonia, September 2016 (watch in videolectures) . He is co-advising two PhD students, and was co-adviser of a visiting PhD student, and a research fellow. He is leading the SimTensor project.

Co-authors (14)

  • Marcia Oliveira

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