Dr Simon Price
Intelligent Systems ResearcherIntelligent Systems Laboratory, University of Bristol,
MVB, Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1UB, UK
Tel: +44-117-33-14310 (ILRT)
- e-Research and e-Science
- Structured data integration
- Semantic Web
- Linked Data
- Big Data
I enjoyed (probably far too much) being a part-time postgraduate research student 2003-2013 and recently passed my viva (January 2014). My supervisor was Professor Peter Flach; external examiner, Professor Carole Goble; and internal examiner, Dr Tim Kovacs. The title of my thesis, to be published in the next few months after corrections, was e-Science and e-Research Frameworks for Profiling and Matching Heterogeneous Data.
My publications are listed in the following repositories:
Occassional teaching related activities include: supervision of projects, preparation and marking of assignments.
- Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming (undergraduate/MSc)
- Introduction to Machine Learning (MEng/MSc)
- Advanced Topics in Machine Learning and Data Mining (MSc)
- Advanced Computing MSc in Machine Learning and Data Mining
Reviewed paper submissions for the following books, journals, conferences and workshops:
- International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)
- Book - Logical and Relational Learning: From ILP to MRDM, De Raedt, Luc, 2008, Springer
- IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM)
- International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML)
- Mining and Learning with Graphs workshop at European Conference on Machine Learning and the European Conference on Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML PKDD)
- Fundamenta Informaticae
- International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA)
- e-Research projects, most recently data.bris and SubSift.
- Crowdsourcing and citizen science projects, such as NatureLocator.
- Semantic Web and Web 2.0 projects, most recently Visualising China and STARS.
- SaaS Web applications, such as Bristol Online Surveys.
- e-Learning applications, such as Virtual Training Suite and WinEcon.
Before joining the University in 1992, I worked for several years as a computer games developer for companies like Melbourne House, Mastertronic, Virgin Games and Electronic Arts.