Niklas Lavesson, Ph.D. (Tech. Dr.)
Associate professor of computer science / Docent i datavetenskap
Coordinator of research education / Koordinator för utbildningen på forskarnivå
School of Computing, Blekinge Institute of Technology
Valhallavägen 1, SE-371 79, Karlskrona, Sweden
Office: room 6-3126, building J
Main Areas of Research: data mining and machine learning
Basic Research Interests
Evaluation Procedures and Measures for Supervised Classification Learning
Analysis and Design of Supervised Classification Algorithms
Efficient Algorithms that Generate Interpretable Models
Applied Research Domains
Decision Support for Referrals, Operating Room Scheduling, Patient Scheduling, Surgery Demand Estimation.
Law Enforcement and Surveillance
We are currently conducting an ERDF-funded project in collaboration with the Swedish police in which we have developed a data collection procedure for residential burglary crime scenes. We are investigating analysis methods.
Historical Document Analysis and Genealogical Research
We are collaborating with leading document and software providers within the genealogy field to develop improved methods for semi-automatic and automatic document analysis and genealogical research procedures. Visit the homepage of our special interest group CompHis.
Google Scholar: scholar.google.se/citations?user=qDZLVEIAAAAJ&hl=en
ISI Web of Science: www.researcherid.com/rid/B-3313-2013