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Prof Svetha Venkatesh

Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics

Principal Supervisor

2016
Xin Zhang
Thesis entitled: Sparse representation for face images.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Pratibha Vellanki
Thesis entitled: Applied Machine Learning for Personalised Early Intervention in Autism .
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics

Co-supervisor

2016
Iman Kamkar
Thesis entitled: Building Stable Predictive Models for Healthcare Applications: A Data-Driven Approach .
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics

Associate Supervisor

2017
Shivapratap Gopakumar
Thesis entitled: Machine Learning in Healthcare: An Investigation into Model Stability.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Huu Viet Huynh
Thesis entitled: Towards Scalable Bayesian Nonparametric Methods for Data Analytics.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
2016
Adham Beykikhoshk
Thesis entitled: Knowledge Discovery and Probabilistic Models of Online Autism Spectrum Disorder Data .
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Bo Dao
Thesis entitled: Social Media as Sensor for Healthcare: A Machine Learning Approach .
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
2015
Tien Vu Nguyen
Thesis entitled: Bayesian nonparametric multilevel modelling and applications.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Tu Nguyen
Thesis entitled: Structured representation learning from complex data.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Cong Thuong Nguyen
Thesis entitled: Bayesian nonparametric learning of contexts and activities from pervasive signals.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics
Cheng Li
Thesis entitled: Exploiting side information in Bayesian nonparametric models and their applications.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics