Yanou Ramon

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Applied Data Mining Research Group, University of Antwerp, Belgium. Department of Engineering Management. City Campus, B-building (Room B.513).

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About me

I am final year Doctoral Researcher at the University of Antwerp, holding a PhD fellowship granted by the Research Foundation-Flanders. My supervisor is Prof. dr. ir. David Martens. I work on Explainable AI for predictions models on behavioral data, and investigate methods to explain prediction models and individual predictions from big data generated by humans on a daily basis, for example, web browsing data, GPS locations, financial spending records, social media data, and so on.

In 2018, I obtained a Master’s degree in Business Engineering from the University of Antwerp in Belgium. As part of my Master’s program, I studied at the Toulouse School of Management in France during the Fall 2017 semester.

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Behavior and text data for supervised machine learning