The project aims to develop a revolutionary approach to animal-borne sensing technology that will be coupled with evolving artificial platforms to observe and monitor the marine environment and its inhabitants in a ground-breaking manner. In this big project, we contribute to a subtask: focusing on analyzing animal trajectories.
Extreme Classification of Complex Data with Applications to Multi-media and Recognition of Plastic Debris Floating in Seawater, funded by the KAUST Competitive Research Grants Program.
Our aim is to enable computer machines to learn. We are also data "miners". Our work is focusing on developing machine learning algorithms, on discovering and managing knowledge from big data for diverse applications and on design autonomic computing systems.
The Liquid Execution (LIQUIDX) framework is a foundational step for enabling elastic computation in High-Performance Computing clouds.