From November 21st to 24th, the 15th International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and Applications (ADMA for short) was held at DNUI. More than 100 experts and scholars from famous universities at home and abroad (including Queensland University of Australia, Sydney University of Technology, Deakin University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University, Wuhan University, Sun Yat-sen University, Beijing Institute of Technology, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics) gathered here for in-depth exploration and exchange of cutting-edge issues and latest research results of data mining technology.
Vice-president Guo Quan Addressing
Prof. Li Xue Addressing
Dean Li Yingqiu Presiding over the Conference
At the opening ceremony on November 21st, Vice-president Guo Quan delivered a welcome speech. On behalf of DNUI, he extended a warm welcome to the guests and made an introduction of DNUI and the conference. Prof. Li Xue, Vice-president and CKO of Neusoft Education Technology Group, addressed at the meeting. He said that in-depth discussions on hot topics and cutting-edge issues in the field of modern data would be conducted, which would help scholars expand and deepen the theory and practice of modern data mining. Dean Li Yingqiu of the School of Information and Business Management presided over the morning main forum.
Chengqi Zhang from Sydney University of Technology
Guoren Wang from Beijing Institute of Technology
Vincent S from National Chiao Tung University
Hongzhi Yin from Queensland University
Changdong Wang from Sun Yat-sen University
Senzhang Wang from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Ming Zhong from Wuhan University
Domestic and foreign scholars, including Chengqi Zhang from Sydney University of Technology, Guoren Wang from Beijing Institute of Technology, Vincent S. Tseng from National Chiao Tung University, Hongzhi Yin from University of Queensland, were invited to give a report on the main forum of the conference. Some other scholars, including Ming Zhong from Wuhan University, Changdong Wang from Sun Yat-sen University, Senzhang Wang from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Yong Xiang from Deakin University, Fuzhen Zhuang from Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guojie Song from Peking University, were invited to give keynote speeches. Focused on the frontiers and easy to understand, the reports were made from the perspective of the social benefits of artificial intelligence, future big data computing, heterogeneous health data learning in the field of medical artificial intelligence, and geographic social recommendation under 5G mobile networks. Key theories and technologies such as the ethics of science and technology under the development of artificial intelligence, the development of cloud computing in the era of data 2.0, the application of medical images and sensory analysis in disease diagnosis and decision-making, and network embedding were illustrated.
A total of 170 papers were received for the conference. 39 regular papers (23% acceptance rate) and 26 short research papers were accepted after review. 5 presentations were received, and 2 of them were accepted after review. The accepted papers came from 15 countries and regions. In the 3-day conference, in addition to 4 keynote speech conferences, experts and scholars also organized 7 sub-forums on the theme of advanced data mining technology. On 24th, the Health Data Symposium between University of Queensland and Neusoft Group would be held to conduct in-depth and detailed discussions on cooperation in the fields of health big data.
As the organizer of this conference, DNUI managed to be meticulous. About 30 student volunteers participated in the reception of guests, venue services, and publicity reports. The conference arrangements and services were well received by the experts and scholars.
ADMA was initiated by data mining technology experts from world-renowned universities such as the University of Queensland and Monash University. It aims to provide an academic exchange platform and application display platform for global data mining scholars, promote the continuous progress of data mining technology, and accelerate the deepening of data mining technology application in various fields. The research area of the conference involves data mining, leapfrog applications, algorithms, software and systems, and other applied topics related to data mining. Among them, the 12th and 13th ADMA conferences were held in Australia's Gold Coast and Singapore respectively.