Evangelos E. Milios
University Research Professor & DeepSense Scientific Director

Dipl. Eng. ElecEng, NTUA, Greece (1980)
S.M., E.E. M.I.T. (1983), Ph.D. M.I.T. (1986)
Killam Chair in Computer Science (2006-2011) (Killam Trusts)
Senior Member of the IEEE
Professional Engineer (Ontario).

Address: Faculty of Computer Science, Dalhousie University,
Goldberg Computer Science Building,
6050 University Avenue, PO Box 15000,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 1W5
Personal Home Page: http://www.cs.dal.ca/~eem
(for research and personal)
eem email(for Dalhousie administration & DeepSense)
Phone: 902-494-7111 Fax: 902-492-1517

: evangelosmilios
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Google Calendar (choose week tab)
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evangelos-milios-2973685/
Google Scholar: https://tinyurl.com/mhu65ye

Research Interests: Visual Text Analytics, Modelling and Mining of Networked Information Spaces, Text Mining, Graph Mining, Social Network Analysis.

Short biography
Uniweb CV



Machine Learning and Networked Information Spaces (MALNIS)
Institute of Big Data Analytics


Graduate student positions available (Master's and PhD level)

Semantic analysis of text documents

Exploiting semantic analysis of text documents in problems of sense making, high recall information retrieval and interactive clustering and visualization of document collections. Focusing on methods that draw upon large knowledge corpora like Wikipedia, word and term embeddings derived from domain-specific text corpora, and deep networks capturing document semantics.

Ocean data analytics (DeepSense)

Working in ocean data analytics within
DeepSense, an innovation environment that brings together industry with data and ocean scientists to develop commercially-useful predictive models, analytical prototypes, and data-intensive applications for use in the blue economy.

Please upload your  CV, transcripts and statement of interest to your Google drive folder, share the folder with
my gmail address (see top of this page), and send me the link (I am trying to eliminate email attachments). 

Graduate resources

Wikimedia Foundation
November  27, 2018