Distribution-free prediction intervals for time series forecasting

10 February 2022, Leuven & online
AI for Times Series seminar, by Willem Waegeman (Ghent University)
VAIA, Flanders AI Research & KU Leuven STADIUS

Willem Waegeman is an associate professor at Ghent University, and a member of the research unit Knowledge-based Systems (KERMIT) of the Department of Data Analysis and Mathematical Modelling. His main interests are machine learning and bioinformatics. Specific interests include multi-target prediction problems, uncertainty quantification, sequence models and deep learning.

Willem Waegeman is an author of more than 100 papers of peer-reviewed journals and conferences, and his work has won several prizes. In recent years he has served on the program committees of leading conferences in his field (ICML, NIPS, ECML/PKDD, AAAI, AISTATS, IJCAI, etc.).

Since 2008 he is lecturing a machine learning course in Ghent. Since 2014 he is also lecturing several introductory math courses in the first bachelor (> 500 students per year). Willem Waegeman is currently supervising eight PhD-students.



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AI for Time Series Seminars

Several research groups in the Flanders AI Research Program (FLAIR) conduct world-class research on time series, both in the development of algorithms and tools, as in a wide area of application fields. In a recent poll in the Flanders AI community, ‘time series’ came up as the most wanted topic for future workshops or courses. With this seminar series, we bring together researchers that are interested in, or are conducting research related to, time series. We offer a varied program of national and international speakers.

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