I defended my doctoral thesis “Machine learning in neonatal intensive care” successfully last Friday at Aalto University. Here are some photos from the defence and the party that followed. Continue reading “Defence done and dusted”
The defence takes place at 12 in the Computer Science building of Aalto University (Konemiehentie 2, Espoo) in lecture hall T2. The estimated duration is 2 to 3 hours and coffee (with cake!) will be served afterwards. Welcome!
I admit, the title is a bit of a mouthful. It’s the title of an upcoming article in Neurocomputing by Rinta-Koski, Särkkä, Hollmén, Leskinen, and Andersson – also what I hope to be the last remaining piece of the puzzle (not counting the summary) that is my thesis. Continue reading “Gaussian process classification for prediction of in-hospital mortality among preterm infants”