Monash Conference Centre
- Level 7
- 30 Collins Street
- Melbourne, VIC 3000
About this Event
Behavioural Big Data (BBD) is a growing area of interest for healthcare researchers. However, the way in which health researchers utilise this powerful analytical tool can differ markedly from its traditional use.
Monash Business School and the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) invite you to a special public lecture, presented by Professor Galit Shmueli, on the challenges and dilemmas around the use of BBD.
Professor Shmueli is the Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Service Science, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
Her research focuses on statistical and data mining methodology, with applications in information systems, electronic commerce, biosurveillance and healthcare.
Originally from Israel, Professor Shmueli has worked in the US, Bhutan, India and now Taiwan.
Please RSVP by 18 March. Registrations are essential for catering purposes.
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