New job and other exciting news

Recently I have taken a new position at Stanford's School of Medicine - Center for Biomedical Informatics Research:

Closing 2013 with a very busy few weeks

With a few hectic last few weeks of 2013, I managed to make it (safely and with no delays) to IEEE ICDM 2013 in a frosty Dallas, TX. With the objective of presenting these two papers from our lab:

J. M. Banda, C. Liu, R. A. Angryk. “Region-based Querying Using Descriptor Signatures for Solar Physics”. To appear In 2013 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW 2013) – Astroinformatics workshop. [Download Pre-Final Version in PDF]

Busy semester with more and more publications

New publications in the International Journal of Computer applications and on the ICDM 2013 Astroinformatics Workshop. Citations:

J.M. Banda, R. A. Angryk, P. C. H. Martens. “imageFARMER – Introducing a framework for the creation of large-scale content-based image retrieval systems”. International Journal of Computer Applications 79(13):8-13, October 2013. Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA.

ICDM Workshops

More publications and Kilimanjaro summit!

In a very busy summer, we managed to get a few more publications accepted and during my vacation time I managed to climb to the top of Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest-peak and one of the seven summits.

As one of my new challenges in life, I decided to embark on this journey 12 months ago with rigorous training and weight loss in order to achieve the first of my seven summits bid. I greatly enjoy hiking and I couldn’t think of a better goal to set for myself.

Publications keep rolling in!

Quick update, we got a few more papers accepted for ADBIS 2013.

Juan M. Banda, Michael A. Schuh, Rafal A. Angryk, Karthik Ganesan Pillai and Patrick McInerney. "Big Data New Frontiers: Mining, Search and Management of Massive Repositories of Solar Image Data and Solar Events". In Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing - New Trends in Databases and Information Systems. Springer. To appear, 2013.

Second year of Post-Doc down

Time surely flies! being very busy and forgetting to update this section of the page. Notable items this year:

SDO Content-based Image Retrieval System is released to the public, find it here:

Journal paper accepted:

J. M. Banda, R. Angryk, P. Martens. “Steps Toward a Large-Scale Solar Image Data Analysis to Differentiate Solar Phenomena”, Solar Physics, Springer, 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s11207-013-0304-x

New conference paper accepted:

First year of Post-Doc down!

WOW, it has been more than one year since my last update, and while I wish I was on a beach relaxing after all the dissertation defense hell…. I have actually been hard at work on my new position as Post-Doctoral Researcher at Montanan State University’s Data Mining Lab (more info here).

Dissertation manuscript, ICIP 2011, and award updates

Our paper "On the surprisingly accurate transfer of image parameters between medical and solar images" submitted to the IEEE International Conference of Image Processing (ICIP) 2011 has been accepted and will soon be posted here.

I was also named 'outstanding Ph.D. researcher' of 2010-2011 in the Computer Science department at Montana State University (found here)

Dissertation defense successful

After months of preparing my dissertation document alongside several conference and journal papers and an extensive job search, it all came down to my defense on April 5th, 2011.

Crazy Times!!!!!

Hectic preparation for dissertation defense and last changes to dissertation manuscript it self... adding to this we have the pressures of job searching and interviewing...... but it will all be posted here! so stay tuned for updates!

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