Dr Elahe Naserianhanzaei
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Washington Singer 124
Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK
As an applied machine learning practitioner, I'm passionate about applying data-driven machine learning techniques to real-word applications in order to do descriptive / predictive analysis to facilitate human decision making (structured/un-structured).
My PhD thesis is entitled "Mining User Behaviour from the Movement Trajectories". This work revolves around identifying the useful patterns from movement trajectories. The objective is extracting the descriptive models of the past movement of users, and building the predictive models of the future movements of users.
In my current role, I'm colaborating with social psychologyist to analyse the social aspect of people's behavior from naturally occured data (online text data).
Doctor of Philosopy (PhD), Computer Science, University of the West of Scotland, 2018