I perform research in machine learning, focusing on the use of background knowledge for building prediction models. In collaboration with partners, such as a group at Baylor College of Medicine that studies a social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum, we analyse gene expression data. I help develop Orange, a data mining toolkit, and its Bioinformatics add-on. I like Python, nature and to move.
I am a teaching assistant for Programming 1, Bussiness inteligence and Introduction to bioinformatics in academic year 2012/13.
My desk is in R3.22.
- Artificial intelligence and inteligent systems, Research Programme, P2-0209, 2009−2019
- Data Fusion in Systems Biology of a Social Amoeba Dictyostelium, Bilateral Collaboration Project, BI-US/15-16-013, 2015−2016
- Overcoming the curse of dimensionality with the use of background knowledge, Basic Research and Application Project, J2-5480, 2013−2016
- Computational approaches for identification of bacterial resistance pathways in Dictyostelium, Bilateral Collaboration Project, BI-US/13-14-016, 2013−2014