Dr. Dmytro Karamshuk, Department of Informatics, King’s College London
Country: United Kingdom/Ukraine
Place of employment: Department of Informatics, King’s College London
Dmytro is a data scientist at King's College London. His research is focused on understanding digital traces of Internet users to assist design of future generation networks. He has previously worked on studying watching patterns of BBC iPlayer users (ESRPC project in collaboration with BBC), mining geo-location social networks (e.g., Foursquare) for geographic retail analysis (collaboration with the University of Cambridge) and predicting behavior of users in online social curation websites (e.g., Pinterest). His works were published in the top-tier conferences (KDD, WWW, INFOCOM, etc.) and journals (IEEE Communications Magazine, Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Research Policy, etc.) and featured in press (New Scientist, etc.). Dmytro is a frequently invited speaker at academic (University of Cambridge, HKUST, Tsinghua University, etc.) and industrial (Microsoft Research, Google, Bell Labs, International Atomic Energy Agency, etc.) seminars and a co-founder of stanfy.com.
Spheres of interests: web mining, urban mobility mining, social networks, machine learning
- Recommendation Systems
- Basics of Social Network Analysis
- Link prediction and community detection