The Australasian Data Mining Conference
AusDM 2021 will be held in Brisbane in December, hosted by the Queensland University of Technology. Visit the website ausdm21.ausdm.org for details.
The Australasian Data Mining Conference is devoted to the art and science of data science and data mining: the meaningful analysis of (usually large) data sets to discover relationships and present the data in novel ways that are compact, comprehendible and useful for researchers and practitioners.
The conference series brings together Data Analysis, Data Mining researchers and Data Science practitioners to share and learn of research and progress in the local context and to hear of new breakthroughs in data mining algorithms and their applications.
The conference has grown to be a premier venue for post graduate students in data mining and data science to come together each year to present their research, to network with other students and researchers, and to showcase their ideas with industry. To support attendance the steering committee manages a financial award for students. Please contact the awards committee for details.
The Conference series began in 2002 as a Workshop and has grown each year. The series was initiated by Dr Simeon Simoff (then, Associate Professor, Universitry of Technology, Sydney), Dr Graham Williams (then, Principal Data Miner, Australian Taxation Office, and Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra), and Dr Markus Hegland (Australian National University). It continues today with Professor Simoff (University of Western Sydney) and Professor Williams (Australian National University) chairing the steering committee.
The annual conference is generally held in November or December each year.
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