Head of Artificial Inteligence Laboratory - Jožef Stefan Institute (Slovenia)
Dunja Mladenić works as a senior researcher and a project leader at Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, leading Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and teaching at Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School, University of Ljubljana and University of Zagreb. She has extensive research experience in study and development of Machine Learning, Big Data/Text Mining, Sensor Data Analysis, Internet of Things, Data Science, Semantic Technology techniques and their application on real-world problems. She spent a couple of years (1996/97, 2000/01) as a visiting researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, USA. She has published papers in refereed journals and conferences, co-edited several books, served on program committees of international conferences and organised international events. She serves as a project evaluator for European Commission, Finish Science Academy, Swedish Research Council, Science Foundation Ireland and USA National Science Foundation. From 2013-2017 she served on the Institute\’s Scientific Council, as a vice president (2015-2017). She serves one the Executive board of Slovenian Artificial Intelligence Society SLAIS (as a president of SLAIS (2010-2014)) and on the Advisory board of ACM Slovenija.
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