Besim Bilalli

Besim Bilalli

Research topic: ETL for Advanced Data Analytics

Home University: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Host University: Poznan University of Technology (PUT)

Advisor (Home University)Alberto Abelló (UPC), Tomàs Aluja (UPC)
Advisor (Host University):  Robert Wrembel (PUT)
 
Research Interests: Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery, Semantic Data Mining
 
EDUCATION
 
October 2014 to present:
Doctoral Candidate IT4BI. Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain
Nov 2009 - Dec 2011:
MS, Computer Engineering. Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy
Thesis title: “Adding the meta level to the Semantic MediaWiki system”
 
WORK EXPERIENCE
 
Feb 2012 - Mar 2014:
Teaching Assistant - International Balkan University, Skopje, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of
 
RESEARCH
 
Once tapped correctly, datasets can yield substantianal benefits. Data Mining is the process of tapping the data and transforming it into knowledge. However, the plethora and subtleties of algorithms render it challenging. An effective user support is of crucial importance. Our research, focuses on providing user support for data mining, hence, creating "user friendly" environments for performing data analysis. The ultimate goal is to render data analysis easy for non expert users.

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