Ontologies of research areas have been proven to be useful in many application for analysing and making sense of scholarly data. In this lecture, I will present how we produced the Computer Science Ontology (CSO), which is the largest ontology of research areas in the field of Computer Science, and discuss a number of applications that build on CSO, to support high-level tasks, such as topic classification, research trends forecasting, metadata extraction, and recommendation of books.
This is a little project that my friend Akshika and I brought forward with the support of The Open University. In this video, we talk about the things we wish we had known before starting our PhD journey. Are you a PhD student or are you planning to start soon? Give it a look.
Going through the final stages of your PhD? No worries! We’ve got you covered. In this episode, I invited Dr Eduardo Frias-Anaya, who defended his thesis two weeks ago, at the Open University in the UK, to talk about the final stages of a PhD. We talk about writing up a dissertation, preparation to the […]
Have you thought of doing a PhD, you are currently doing or you have finished? I have. It’s painful and rewarding. In this episode, I talk with Dr Tina Papathoma, a post-doctoral researcher in Technology Enhanced Learning, about the PhD journey and the impact it has on us. We talk about the PhD process, submission and viva in an honest discussion of a 4 years journey.
I like to tell stories. I like to explore people’s story. I feel there is always something to learn from other people’s experiences.
In will use this space to share with you in the most honest and genuine way all stories worth listening.
I hope you would like it. Stay tuned.
THIS IS A DRAFT – WORK IN PROGRESS During the COVID-19 outbreak many people relied more and more on web technologies like such as video calls and social networks, to fulfil their social needs. I decided to design and release an online course on Instagram so that users while consuming content could be engaged in […]
With this post, slides and source code, used during the introductory lecture on Audio Signal Processing for Human Computer Interaction, are presented. The slides are available on my Slideshare profile or you can follow the link below. Instead, for source code you can download a zip using the GitHub section below or cloning the repository.