2019: CPER Numnie supports (engineer) our work on text mining
techniques to dicover relations in texts.
I am very pleased that our joint work on
pattern interestingness in pattern mining
was accepted at ECML/PKDD 2018.
June 2018: short visit of
University of California, Davis, US. We exchanged on several
declarative approaches for pattern sets.
May 2018: Project CNRS
(Quality in Consensualizing and Mining biological and chemical
datasets) is launched (coordinators:
Sarah Cohen-Boulakia and
2018: We got collaborations and contracts with Inprimerie Nationale
and Roullier compagnies.
May 2017: Project CNRS
is launched (coordinator:
Albrecht Zimmermann). Collaborative research on knowledge discovery and decision
support to therapeutic chemistry (CERMN, GREYC,
LORIA). We co-organized a
in Lyon on November 2017 on interactive data mining, mining and
learning with massively imbalanced data, mining and learning in
bio/chemo-informatics. We got a
KDD paper, Applied Data Science track
on our joint work.
Our joint work on skypattern mining is now publised at
we gave a tutorial on Preference-based Pattern Mining at ECML/PKDD
here), ICFCA 2017 (see
here) and BDA 2017 (see
Under the PEPS
project, we co-organized scientific meetings in Rennes on October
2016 and Nancy on November 2015. We have been talking about recent
work by the pattern mining community, especially reporting basic
reasearch results in this area. It was nice to listen talks by
Tijl de Bie (Ghent
Albert Bifet (Télécom
Mario Boley (Max Planck
Institute for Informatics, Saarbrücken, Germany),
(Ghent University, Belgium & TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands),
Matthijs van Leeuwen
(Leiden University, The Netherlands) and
(Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany) plus some others from
the members of this successful 2-year project.
I served as PC Chair of the 16ème conférence francophone sur
l'Extraction et la Gestion des Connaissances (EGC 2016, Reims, France).
Guozhu Dong, head of
the Data Mining Research Lab., Wright State University, Dayton, US,
has been an invited professor at University of Caen in May 2015. We
have lauchned a new scientific cooperation on contrast patterns in
ECML/PKDD 2014 was held
in Nancy (France).
mini-symposium on data
mining was held on July 8-9th, 2014 at the GREYC lab.
Sergei O. Kuznetsov, head of the school for Applied Mathematics and Information
Science at the National Research University in Moscow (Higher School of Economics) has been an invited professor at University of Caen in June 2013.
We collaborate on formal concept analysis in chemoinformatics,
a joint paper.
Our work on Emerging Patterns as Structural Alerts for Computational
Toxicology is now published in the book
Contrast Data Mining: Concepts, Algorithms, and Applications
edited by Guozhu Dong and James Bailey.
We got the
Carl Smith Award
for the paper "Soft Threshold Constraints for Pattern Mining" at the Discovery Science 2012 conference.