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WPCCS 2018 Schedule

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8:30 Registration - Foyer
9:00 Introductions - OC0.02
9:15 Guest Talk: Michael Gale - OC0.02
  Theory, Foundations and Discrete Mathematics
Education and Reliable Systems
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
9:45 Introduction Introduction Introduction
9:50 On the Soundness of Miniphases
Eleanor Davies
Ontological Approach to Automatic Question Generation
Noor Hasimah Ibrahim Teo
Query-Centric Regression for In-DBMS Analytics
Qingzhi Ma
10:05 Efficiently solving Decision Problems on Petri Nets
Alex Dixon
Evaluating E-Learning Systems Success - The Case of Moodle at Warwick University
Dimah Al-Fraihat
Automated Detection of Tumour Infiltrating Lymphocytes and Invasive Front in OSCC Histology Images
Muhammad Shaban
10:20 Bisimilarity Distances for ε,δ Differential Privacy
David Purser
Know-Your-Adversary: Towards a Forensically-Aware Architecture for Analysing Malicious Insider Actions against Transactional Databases.
Denys Flores Armas
Data Fine-tuning: A Simple Way to Accelerate Neural Network Training
Junyu Li
10:35 Break - Foyer
10:55 Guest Talk: Suhaib Fahmy - OC0.02
  Theory, Foundations and Discrete Mathematics
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
11:25 Introduction Introduction Introduction
11:30 Ordered Ramsey theory
Yani Pehova
A Source Location Privacy-Aware Duty Cycle for Wireless Sensor Networks
Matthew Bradbury
MapRDD: Finer Grained Resilient Distributed Dataset for Machine Learning
Zhenyu Li
11:45 Maximum Independent Set in Streams of Vertices
Jacques Dark
Using Ant Colony Optimisation for Routing in Many-to-Many Wireless Sensor Networks
Jasmine Grosso
Assessing Inter-Component Error Propagation on HPC Resources from Cluster Log-Data
Edward Chuah
12:00 Practically Outsourcing Verification for Linear Algebra
Christopher Hickey
Broadcasting in Transiently Powered Sensor Networks
David Richardson
On Quantifying the Role of Tumour Infiltrating Lymphocytes in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Ania Lisowska
12:15   TyfeSensor: An eHealth Sensor for Monitoring Relapse of Salmonella Typhi in Outpatient
Betty Agbons
12:30 Lunch - Foyer

Posters on display

13:30 Guest Talk: Jonathan Hatchett - OC0.02
  Urban Science
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
14:00 Introduction Introduction Introduction
14:05 Exploring Twitter and UK Land Registry data to understand working hours and sentiment in industry
Neha Gupta
Internet of things Forensics
Sara Alhajaili
Vehicle Visit Detection Using In-Car Data
James Van Hinsbergh
14:20 Community structures, interactions and dynamics in London's bicycle sharing network
Konstantin Klemmer
Sniffing Passwords and Verifying Users on Smartwatch via Deep Sequence Learning
Bowen Du
Online Transfer Learning for Concept Drifting Data Streams
Helen McKay
14:35 Spatiotemporal clustering in commercial properties
Shanaka Perera
Security-aware virtual machine placement model in cloud computing
Mansour Aldawood
Addressing Concept Drift in Reputation Assessment
Caroline Player
14:50 Estimating Interdependences Across Space, Time and Spatial Disparities in Diet and Health in Agent-Based Model for Policy Interventions: The Case of Food Deserts in Greater London/UK
Elisabeth Titis
  Indirect Influence Manipulation with Partial Observability
James Archbold
15:05 Break - Foyer
  Urban Science
Image, Vision and Computational Biology
High Performance Computing
15:25 Introduction Introduction Introduction
15:30 Increasing Complex Networks’ Resilience By Taking Inspiration From Food Webs
Aseel Alturki
Person Re-ID using Deep Foreground Appearance Modelling
Greg Watson
Performance of a Second Order Electrostatic Particle-in-Cell Algorithm on Modern Many-Core Architectures
Dom Brown
15:45 Are changing management practices in urban parks and greenspaces increasing biodiversity, and are there trade-offs with amenity?
Corinne Muir
Two-Stream Capsule Network for Action Recognition
Abdullah Algamdi
Developing a geometric multigrid, unstructured grid mini-application
Andrew Owenson
16:00 Neo-Urbanisation towards sustainable policy for cities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Oba Waiyaki
Cell Detection using Mixture Density Network
Navid Alemi Koohbanani
Understanding Communication Patterns in HPCG
Dean Chester
16:15 Localising the urban SDGs: Participatory geo-spatial data practices and resilience building in slums
Philipp Ulbrich
Optimising Vision Algorithms with Visual Saliency
Jamie Bayne
Data Structures and Parallelisation for High Performance Computing
Richard Kirk
16:30 Planning in the Smart City
Ciaran Devlin
The Cancer Genome Atlas - Tumour Profiles from Whole-Slide Images
Mary Shapcott
Computation Offloading in Dynamic Environment of Mobile Cloud Computing
Mohammed Maray
16:45 Effect of Airbnb on the local housing rental market.
Amit Chaudhary
  Implicit Mapping of Pointers Inside C++ Lambda Closure Objects in OpenMP Target Offload Regions
David Truby
17:00 Prize Deliberations
17:05 Prize Giving - OC0.02

Posters on Display at Lunch

Three Communication patterns for Parallelizing All-Pairs Shortest-Path Algorithm
Mohammed Alghamdi [High Performance Computing]
Constrained Private Mechanisms for Count Data
Tejas Kulkarni [Theory, Foundations and Discrete Mathematics]
Dual Viewpoint Passenger State Classification Using 3D CNNs
Ian Tu [Image, Vision and Computational Biology]
AI based Identification and Quantification of Growth Patterns in Lung Adenocarcinoma
Najah Alsubaie [Image, Vision and Computational Biology]
MILD-Net: Minimal Information Loss Dilated Network for Gland Instance Segmentation in Colon Histology Images
Simon Graham [Image, Vision and Computational Biology]
Detection of β Cells in Immunohistochemical (IHC) Stained Mouse Pancreatic Tissue
Talha Qaiser [Image, Vision and Computational Biology]
Individualized Prediction of Sensation Seeking Personality based on Functional Connectivity}
Zhuo Wan [Image, Vision and Computational Biology]
A reduction technique for spatiotemporal datasets
Liam Steadman [Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence]
All-in-one: Multi-task Learning for Rumour Verification
Elena Kochkina [Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence]
A Context-based Classifier Prediction System for Chinese Language Learners
Nicole Peinelt [Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence]
Towards Optimal Source Location Privacy-Aware TDMA Schedules in Wireless Sensor Networks
Jack Kirton [Networks]
Monitors Selection for Predicate Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks
Al Alharbi [Networks]
Exploring city Placemaking capacity and perceived Quality of Life through local policies, initiatives and social media engagement’
Isabella Slattery [Urban Science]
Commuting and Experienced Well-Being Throughout the Day
Zakiyya Adam [Urban Science]
A spatial analysis of proximity to greenspace and mental wellbeing in London
Vikki Houlden [Urban Science]
A systematic literature review in examining the use of spatial methods in epidemiology
Alex Caton [Urban Science]
Using the Weather Research and Forecasting Model to validate and improve high resolution weather forecasts
Timothy Sit [Urban Science]
Embedding Road Networks and Travel Time into Distance Metrics for Urban Modelling
Henry Crosby [Urban Science]
Understanding geohazards for enhancing urban resilience: A study on Thessaloniki, Greece
Vangelis Pitidis [Urban Science]
How can geo-resources build sustainable and resilient cities?
Katherine Harris [Urban Science]
Planning for urban development and industrial growth in the Circumpolar North
Melissa Kenny [Urban Science]
Resilience of Critical Infrastructure Systems
Maria Liatsikou [Urban Science]
Understanding the Engineering Characteristics of Embankments
Bradley Sheridan [Urban Science]
Toward a New Model for the Adoption of Web 2.0 -based Knowledge Sharing Platform Amongst Academics in Saudi Universities
Nouf Almujally [Education and Reliable Systems]
Automatic Reflective Writing Analysis Based On Semantic Concepts
Huda Alrashidi [Education and Reliable Systems]
Mobile Augmented Reality in Educational Environments
Ebtehal Quqandi [Education and Reliable Systems]


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