Smart City and its applications:
KBTU and TalTech experts
18th April 2023
KBTU SDG International workshop series
Smart City and its applications
Nowadays the world is transforming under huge wave of AI based technologies and Smart CIty becoming new opportunity for our society toward better conditions of living, getting quality education and coping with climate change challenges.
We are conducting workshop seminar series on regular basis and we welcome your proposals for future events.
The second workshop will held in April 18, 2023 (offline, in KBTU) and it is dedicated to the challenges that research and industry meet in data science industry for developing new platforms and tools for Smart City. You are invited to participate in our second workshop where speakers are the experts from Estonia and they will share their knowledge, experience and stories on how they conduct research in ML, AI and Data Science within Smart City topics.
Sadok Ben Yahia
HEAD OF DATA SCIENCE GROUP, PROFESSOR
TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (TALTECH), TALLINN, ESTONIA
Professor Sadok Ben Yahia has nearly 20 years of teaching experience in computer science and information systems. For two years he worked as an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Science of the University of Tunisia, for seven years as an assistant professor and for four years as an associate professor, since 2013 Sadok has been a professor at the same faculty. Professor Sadok has supervised 30 doctoral theses and more than 50 master's theses for information technology students.
His research interests mainly focus on the combinatory aspects of big data and its applications in various fields, e.g. data mining, e-health information systems, social networks, information aggregation and distribution in smart cities. Through his work at TalTech, Professor Sadok has the opportunity to strengthen the connection with both Estonian academic circles and industrial partners.
Please read more in the web-page of TalTech.
LECTURER AT TALTECH,
MEMBER OF DATA SCIENCE GROUP,
TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY,
Ants Torim has been working in Tallinn University of Technology , School of Information Technologies, Department of Software Science
Lecturer since 2000.
He has defended his PhD in 2009 on the topic "Formal Concepts in the Theory of Monotone Systems".
His research interests are AI, Data analysis, data mining, formal concept analysis, monotone systems.
ABOUT THIS VENUE:
This workshop within SDG seminar series will be conducted in the offline format at KBTU.