Christmas seminar focuses on recent research results related to the on-going IMPRO project. The themes focuses mainly on geo-information and other location aspects in health care and location-based services in general. There will be 6 invited talks.
Organizer: Machine learning group, University of Eastern Finland
Date: Wednesday 19.12.2018
Venue: Joensuu Science Park
Place: Building 1, Seminar room TB 180 (1st floor)
14:00 Welcome coffee 14:20 Pasi Fränti: Social and health care services as an optimization problem (pdf) 14:40 Aapeli Leminen: Modeling time and travel costs for treatment of chronic diseases (pdf) 15:00 Maija Toivakka: Geospatial approach for quality of type 2 diabetes care in North Karelia (pdf) 15:30 Coffee break 15:50 Radu Mariescu-Istodor: Extracting road nettwork from GPS data (pdf) 15:10 Sami Sieranoja: Efficient clustering with graph-based methods (pdf) 16:30 Antti Hiltunen: Health effects of night-time lights
17:00 Outdoor activities 18:00 Sauna and snacks in Science Park 19-22 Socializing
Participation for the seminar is free. For organizing the coffee and food service, we ask participants to register using doodle poll. In the poll, mark your name + affilication, and select the parts of the program that you plan to participate.
[ ] Participate seminar [14:15-17:00]
[ ] Outdoor activities [17:00-18:00]
[ ] Participate evening program [18:00-21:00]
Mainly we need head counts for the coffee and sauna snacks. Outdoor activities you might also join ad hoc. Alternatively, email your choices to Pasi Fränti at uef.fi.