Eleni Vasilaki
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Eleni Vasilaki


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I am Professor of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sheffield. I serve as Academic Editor for the scientific journals Scientific Reports, PLOS ONE and PeerJ and I am one of the directors of the Organisation for Computational Neurosciences. I am Head of the Machine Learning group and I lead the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory.
Prior to my Academic appointment in Sheffield, I was Scientific Collaborator in the groups of Prof. Wulfram Gerstner at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Prof. Walter Senn at the University of Bern. I hold a PhD in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (University of Sussex), a Masters in Microelectronics (University of Athens) and a Bachelors degree (with distinction) in Informatics & Telecommunications (University of Athens). I am a Chartered Engineer, registered with the Engineering Council UK in membership of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Adaptive & Self-Organizing Systems Artificial Intelligence Computational Biology Computational Science Data Mining & Machine Learning Neuroscience

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Professor of Computational Neuroscience & Neural Engineering

University of Sheffield, UK
Department of Computer Science
Head of the Machine Learning group. Machine Learning aims to develop algorithms which automatically learn to recognize complex patterns in data, and use these to make intelligent decisions. The Machine Learning group forms part of the Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield. It has gained an international reputation for research into the development of machine learning techniques and their application to a diverse range of modelling tasks. Major research themes in the ML group include: Artificial Intelligence, Brain Imaging, Computational Systems biology, Computational Neuroscience, Gaussian Processes, Personalised Health, Optimisation, Tensor Analysis and Learning

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