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About the School

The School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence was created in 2014 on the basis of the Department of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence within the School of Applied Mathematics and Information Science. The school has been carrying out its academic and teaching work since 2006.

The school consists of world-renowned researchers who actively participate in international research projects in the fields of data mining, formal concept analysis, semantic technologies and ontology engineering, multi-modal clustering, machine learning, natural language processing, development of intelligent and recommender systems, social network analysis, and medical informatics.

The School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence contains a laboratory of intellectual systems and structural analysis, which carries out basic and applied academic research on analysing big data and complex data structures. The laboratory also develops software for analysing applied and research-related data. In addition, the lab is developing as a research centre and a platform for integrating the newest methods in artificial intelligence – with a special emphasis on intellectual data analysis and structural analysis – for raising ‘intelligence’ and making software adaptive.

Additionally, the school contains the ‘Methods of Texts’ Analysis and Visualization’ Research and Study Group, which is headed by HSE Tenured Professor Boris Mirkin. The group regularly holds workshop sessions that see the participation of project members and other associated students.

The head of the School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence is Professor Sergei Kuznetsov, who is a Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and one of the most highly cited academics in computer science within the global scientific community.