Talks at the 15th International Conference on Computer Aided Systems Theory (EuroCast 2015)

In the beginning of february, two members of our bioinformatics research group, Daniela Borgmann and Stephan Winkler, attended the Theory and Applications of Metaheuristic Algorithms workshop at the 15th International Conference on Computer Aided Systems Theory  in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. Daniela talked about her implemented analysis workflow for the automatic analysis and classification of rare aberrant erythrocytes according to their rhesus type using machine learning approaches. Stephan presented research done by him and colleagues of the  HEAL research group about dynamics in variable interaction networks identified in financial data using sliding window machine learning and also the work of our two colleagues Lisa Obritzberger (“Prediction of stem cell differentiation in human amniotic membrane images using machine learning”), and Susanne Schaller (“Modelling states of human adaptive immune systems by analyzing B- and T-cell receptors using machine learning”).