KAUST Alumnus Michal Mankowski's first encounter with KAUST was in 2015 when he joined the university as a VSRP student. Then, in 2016, he started his Ph.D.
First joint publication between KAUST and MBSC seeks to improve treatment options for chronic kidney disease in Saudi Arabia
New book of Mikhail Moshkov "Comparative Analysis of Deterministic and Nondeterministic Decision Trees" is published by Springer
Research work carried out by Michał Mańkowski, a Ph.D. student in the University's Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering division, was recently selected for inclusion by the editors of the American Journal of Transplantation (AJT) in their "Top 10 Articles of 2019."
Our group, jointly with Joris van de Klundert from Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College for Business & Entrepreneurship organized the First KAUST-MBSC Invitational Healthcare Analytics and Data Science Workshop.
Our team has co-organized the first joint workshop between KAUST and Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC). Presenters from both institutions will introduce their research projects in areas such as Game Theory, Operations Research, Finance, and Business & IT Operations.
Our new book came out! Extensions of Dynamic Programming for Combinatorial Optimization and Data Mining
Our new book titled "Extensions of Dynamic Programming for Combinatorial Optimization and Data Mining " by AbouEisha, H., Amin, T., Chikalov, I., Hussain, S., Moshkov, M. has been published.
About the book:
PhD defense of our colleague Mohammad Azad.
Thesis title: Decision and Inhibitory Trees for Decision Tables with Many-valued Decisions.
Our PhD Student, Michal Mankowski presented his work in collaboration with the Epidemiology Research Group in Organ Transplantation (Johns Hopkins Univ.) at the American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) Winter Symposium.
Our new article titled Multi-stage optimization of decision and inhibitory trees for decision tables with many-valued decisions by Mohammad Azad and Mikhail Moshkov has been accepted by European Journal of Operational Research.
CS Graduate Seminar| Breaking the boundaries: from structure to algorithms
By Professor Vadim Lozin (University of Warwick, UK)
PhD defense of our colleague Talha Amin.
Thesis title: Design and Analysis of Decision Rules Via Dynamic Programming