The Big Data Analytics & Data Mining Program focuses on developing methods for understanding large data sets, including data clustering (grouping similar objects) and association rule mining (discovering regularities). The Program provides expertise in non‐statistical data analysis to researchers across disciplines that require assistance in large-scale data analysis.
The Program Director is Dr. Mitsunori Ogihara. Dr. Ogihara is also a Professor in the Department of Computer Science, the Associate Dean for Digital Library Innovation, and the author of The Complexity Theory Companion, and Music Data Mining.
For assistance with any resources and/or services available, please email CCS-Big Data Analytics & Data Mining.
Rodrigo Arboleda is a senior executive with 50 years of experience in the fields of Architecture, International Business Development, Education and Technology, and Civic and Philanthropic endeavors. In addition to his expertise in international business development, his current areas of endeavor are related to advocating global digital learning ideas, especially as they apply to developing nations. He concentrates on the impact on education of cheap mobile devices and promotion of free internet.
Office: Room 458 Flipse Building 35, 5665 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
My program of methodological research is focused on two key issues; these are improving areas where available methods may not be adequate for real psychological data, or where a research question may not be addressed using standard analysis techniques. Specifically, I investigate Bayesian estimation as a tool to help overcome estimation difficulties in structural equation models. I also focus on improving the match between statistical models and psychological theory, because mismatch between model and theory can obscure our understanding of psychological processes and influences.
Office: Clinical Research Building, Room R-669
Office: UM Medical Campus, Room 1205J, Dominion Tower
Office: 1095 NW 14th Street
Office: Hatfield Marine Science Center
Office: Room 442, Center for Collaborative Research, NSU Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine
Travis Craddock, PhD is an assistant professor of Psychology, Computer Science and Medicine applying systems biology and biophysics methods towards the purpose of identifying novel treatments for complex chronic illness involving neuroinflammation. His postdoctoral work was conducted under the supervision of Gordon Broderick, PhD, in the Broderick Laboratory for Clinical Systems Biology in the Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. His work with Gordon Broderick, PhD, focused on using a theory driven systems biology approach to investigate neuroendocrine-immune interaction dynamics in neuroinflammation and its relation complex diseases such as Gulf War Illness, and chronic fatigue syndrome. This work was funded by the US Department of Defense.
He received his BSc in co-op physics from the University of Guelph and went on to finish a MSc and PhD in the field of biophysics at the University of Alberta under the supervision of Jack Tuszynski, PhD. His graduate research activities focused on subneural biomolecular information processing, and nanoscale neuroscience descriptions of memory, consciousness and cognitive dysfunction in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.
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Office: Room 340A, LaGorce Building 35, School of Architecture
Adib Cure serves as an Assistant Professor in Practice at the UM School of Architecture. He also co-founded his own practice called CURE & PENABAD Architecture and Urban Design with partner Carie Penabad.
His research on Latin American urbanism and architecture, most notably the mapping of informal cities throughout the Global South, has been presented at a variety of national and international conferences including the American Institute of Architects National Convention. His research concentrates on the role of light and acoustics in contemporary architecture.
Office: Room G382, Law Library
Office: 1400 NW 10th Avenue, Suite 916A
Office: Clinical Research Building, Room 1058
Office: Kosar Epstein 508, School of Business Administration
Dr. Joseph Johnson is Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Miami’s School of Business Administration. He teaches Marketing Analytics, New Product Development, Strategic Brand Management, and a PhD Seminar entitled “Quantitative Methods for Marketing Strategy”. His research focuses on the use of data and analytics as a decision aid for managers. He has developed and collaborated on a host of analytical models. His research on financial markets has been featured in Financial Times of India, MSNBC, and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. He appeared on the Nightly Business Report to discuss how consumer decision making leads to financial bubbles. Dr. Johnson has over a decade of global industry experience through his work at Hindustan Petroleum, Tata Steel, and SSB, Oman, where he developed pricing and promotion response models for Toyota’s auto line up. In the US, he has worked on projects with Affinova, Miami-Dade County Asian-American Advisory Board, Dell, Eli-Lilly, eMpulse, Hope Foundation, Holy Rosary Church, Ocean Reef Club, Proton Data Security, SAS, UM Health, 20th Century Fox Studios, and CheapOAir.
•Marketing and Big Data Analytics
•Health Care Analytics
•New Product Development
Office: McArthur Engineering Building, Room 279
Office: 1223 Dickinson Drive
Office: 415 McArthur Building
Office: Room 404, Kosar Epstein
Office: Ungar Building, Room 437
Office: 283 McArthur Engineering Building, 1251 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
- Networks and Information Diffusion
- Marketing Engineering
- Retail Engineering
Office: Room 515, McArthur Engineering Building
Office: Room 6113, Rosenstiel Medical Sciences Building
Office: Room 403, Ungar Building