People

The Exploratory Data Analysis research group led by Prof. Kai Puolamäki has two postdoctoral researchers and four students. 

 

KP
Kai
Puolamäki
Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
Field of science Computer and information sciences, Statistics and probability, Geosciences

Associate Professor (computer science and atmospheric sciences), PhD, Docent. Vice Director of the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT.
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Emilia
Oikarinen
Postdoctoral researcher
Department
Field of science Computer and information sciences

I am interested in developing novel methods for exploratory data analysis combining the capabilities of the human and the computer. My early research focused on development and analysis of constraint reasoning techniques, in particular in the area of answer set programming (ASP), including verification of equivalence, an intuitive and elegant module architecture for ASP, as well as study of proof systems and backdoors for ASP. I have also worked actively in the area of computational argumentation. More broadly, I am interested in combining my expertise in the areas of data analysis, subjective interestingness, and constraint reasoning, in developing efficient constraint reasoning and optimization methodology for solving data analysis problems in various application domains that take into account subjective knowledge of a particular user.
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AB
Anton
Björklund
Research Assistant
Department
Field of science Computer and information sciences

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RS
Rafael
Savvides
Research Assistant
Department

 

 

ML
Moritz
Lange
Research Assistant
Department

 

 

HS
Henri
Suominen
Research Assistant
Department

 

 

Alumni

  • Andreas Henelius (Postdoc)
  • Martha Zaidan (Postdoc)
  • Buse Atli (Doctoral Student)
  • Henri Tiittanen (Master's Student)
  • Matti Leinonen (Summer Intern)