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Vasileios Lampos

  • Ph.D., M.Sc.
  • Senior Research Fellow
  • University College London
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Research interests

Computational Social ScienceData ScienceNatural Language ProcessingArtificial Intelligence

About

I am currently based at the Computer Science Department of UCL. My primary research focus is the analysis of human-generated content published on the Web, mainly on Social Media platforms. I am also interested in interdisciplinary research tasks that bring together Computer Science, Healthcare, Statistics and Social Sciences.

Co-authors (30)

Editorships

Journal of Medical Internet Research

Guest Editor

Publications (5)

  • Enhancing Feature Selection Using Word Embeddings: The Case of Flu Surveillance

    • Lampos V
    • Zou B
    • Cox I
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  • WSDM 2017 Workshop on Mining Online Health Reports

    • Collier N
    • Limsopatham N
    • Culotta A
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  • Flu Detector: Estimating influenza-like illness rates from online user-generated content

    • Lampos V
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  • On Infectious Intestinal Disease Surveillance using Social Media Content

    • Zou B
    • Lampos V
    • Gorton R
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  • Predicting judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights: a Natural Language Processing perspective

    • Aletras N
    • Tsarapatsanis D
    • Preoţiuc-Pietro D
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Professional experience

Senior Research Fellow

University College London

August 2015 - Present

Research Associate

University College London

November 2013 - July 2015(2 years)

Visiting Researcher

Google

July 2014 - February 2015(7 months)

Research Associate

University of Sheffield

June 2012 - October 2013(a year)

Education history

PhD in Computer Science

University of Bristol

September 2008 - May 2012(4 years)

MSc in Advanced Computing - Internet Technologies with Security

University of Bristol

September 2007 - August 2008(a year)