My research bridges signal processing and data science through designing and developing scalable and interpretable algorithms for mining big multi-aspect data, and applying those algorithms into real-world problems, achieving superior performance, and obtaining valuable insights that can drive scientific discovery.
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Hello there! My name is Vagelis Papalexakis
(my 'official' name is Evangelos, but nobody really calls me that) and I come
from the beautiful city of Athens, Greece. I received my Electronic & Computer Engineering Diploma and M.Sc at the Technical University of Crete
in Chania, under the supervision of Professor Nikos Sidiropoulos
Currently, I am a fifth and final year Ph.D candidate at the Computer Science Department of Carnegie Mellon University
under the supervision of Professor Christos Faloutsos
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I am on the academic job market, looking for a faculty position in Computer Science.
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News and upcoming travel
- May 2016: Won the NSF Travel Award for SIAM SDM 2016 in Miami, FL.
- April 2016: Attending PAKDD in Auckland, New Zealand.
- April 2016: Attending Dagstuhl Perspecives Workshop on Tensor Computing for Internet of Things in Dagstuhl, Germany.
- January 2016: Paper Automatic Unsupervised Tensor Mining with Quality Assessment accepted at SIAM SDM 2016
- December 2015: Attending IEEE CAMSAP 2015 in Cancun, Mexico.
- November 2015: Attended ICDM 2015 in Atlantic City, NJ.
- November 2015: Gave an invited tech talk at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, CA, hosted by Sofus Macskassy.
- November 2015: Attending COSN 2015 and presenting a poster titled: Overlap Between Google and Bing Web Search Results! Twitter to the Rescue?
- October 2015: Gave an invited talk at Rutgers (hosted by Tina Eliassi-Rad).
- October 2015: Attended the WIN 2015 workshop and presented a talk titled GeoTense: Spotting Patterns in Geo-Social Networks with Tensors and a poster titled Overlap Between Google and Bing Web Search Results! Twitter to the Rescue?.
- August 2015: Attended VLDB 2015 and presented at the PhD Workshop.
- August 2015: Visited Beijing, China and gave invited talks at Tsinghua University (hosted by Peng Cui), Chinese Academy of Sciences (hosted by Ping Luo), and Microsoft Research Asia (hosted by Yu Zheng).
- August 2015: Attended KDD 2015 and presented our paper titled Whither Social Networks for Web Search?
- August 2015: Finished my summer internship at Google Research at the Structured Data Group