WT2.1 – Kings College London, Department of Informatics, London, UK (KCL)

Task Leader: Piotr Bródka piotr.brodka@pwr.wroc.pl
KCL Coordinator: Katarzyna Musiał, katarzyna.musial@kcl.ac.uk
Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas:

  • Modelling of social networks dynamics, including analysis of temporal social networks, development of new measures for network evolution
  • Analysis of medical, biological, chemical network data – comparative studies
  • Link prediction in complex social networks based on structural, profile and hybrid information
  • Analysis of social data extracted from various data about user collaboration
  • Analysis of social communities – discovery of social groups, identification and prediction of their changes
  • Data mining for medical data stored in electronic health records
  • Intelligent diagnoses support for general practitioners using integrated and networked data

Incoming visits of the experienced researchers from other countries:
    3 Short-term visits (duration up to 2 weeks)
    2 Middle-term visits (duration from 2 weeks to 2 months)
    1 Long-term visits (duration from 2 to 6 months)
Outgoing visits of the ENGINE staff members to partnering organization:
    3 Short-term visits (duration up to 2 weeks)
    2 Middle-term visits (duration from 2 weeks to 2 months)
    1 Long-term visits (duration from 2 to 6 months)

WrUT and KCL already collaborate at the TRASFoRM Integrate Project (7FP) in the field of e-health and at common organization of scientific events, e.g. International Workshop on Social Network Analysis in Application, edition 2011 and 2012 as well as at co-chairmanship for special issues at the international journals.