This year four students (Lauren Zoe Baker, Kane Bruce, Lucia Saldana Barco, Braedon O’Callaghan) from the MInDS@Mines lab presented their research project during the 2021 Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium. The presentations were open to the public for comment from April 19th-23rd, 2021 and have been archived online.Read more.
Kane Bruce awarded Research Honor Distinction at Graduation
Wed May 19, 2021
Kane Bruce, an undergraduate student researcher in the MInDS@Mines team, has been awarded as Undergraduate Research Scholar Distinction in Spring 2021 for his research on Lofting: Estimating Mineral Distribution with Convolutional GAN Models. Kane has devoted himself to this research over the past year and has made significant research contributions to our team.Read more.
High-School Student Wins Colorado Affiliate NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing for Summer Research
Sat Feb 27, 2021
Carla Ellefsen, a senior at Lakewood High School, won an Aspirations in Computing Award from the NCWIT Colorado Affiliate for her research in multiple-instance learning applied to natural-scene and biomedical imaging data during Summer 2020.
The award was presented at the annual NCWIT Colorado Aspirations in Computing Award Ceremony held virtually at the Colorado School of Mines on February 27, 2021. Congratulations, Carla!Read more.
"Best Paper Award" for Method on Alzheimer's Disease Prediction Awarded at BIBE 2020
Wed Oct 28, 2020
PhD candidate Lodewijk Brand, and two undergraduate students Braedon O’Callaghan and Anthony Sun received a “Best Paper” award for their paper at the 20th Annual BioInformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE) conference. The work was presented virtually on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
This is the first coauthored paper for both Braedon and Anthony with the MInDS@Mines team. Congratulations!Read more.
Lauren Zoe Baker awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Mon Apr 6, 2020
We’re very excited to announce that Lauren Zoe Baker, an undergraduate researcher with the MInDS@Mines team, has been awarded the prestigious Goldwater scholarship! Zoe has been working with our team for over a year and has shown tremendous promise. Receiving the Goldwater scholarship is further proof of her abilities and achievements.Read more.
Lyujian Lu has recently had his paper, “Learning Multi-Modal Biomarker Representations via Globally Aligned Longitudinal Enrichments”, accepted into the proceedings of the 34th annual AAAI conference, AAAI 2020.
We’d also like to highlight Lauren Zoe Baker who is an undergraduate student who worked on this research. This is her second publication.Read more.
Journal Extension of 2018 MICCAI Conference Publication Accepted to IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging
Thu Dec 12, 2019
Lodewijk Brand’s new journal publication, titled “Joint Multi-Modal Longitudinal Regression and Classification for Alzheimer’s Disease Prediction”, has recently been accepted into the IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging. This work is an extension of the conference version presented at the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2018).Read more.
Improved Prediction of Cognitive Outcomes via Globally Aligned Imaging Biomarker Enrichments Over Progressions
Tue Jun 4, 2019
Lyujian Lu and Saad Elbeleidy and Zoe Baker have recently had their paper, “Improved Prediction of Cognitive Outcomes via Globally Aligned Imaging Biomarker Enrichments Over Progressions,” accepted into the 22nd International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2019).Read more.
New Method Focused on Metric Learning Accepted to IJCAI 2019
Tue May 14, 2019
Announcing Machine Learning in Practice - a short course
Wed Apr 3, 2019
The MInDS@Mines team is excited to announce that we will be offering a hands-on short course focused on applications in machine learning: Machine Learning in Practice. The course will be held on June 10th-14th at the Catalyst Tech Center located in the RiNo neighborhood in Denver. We designed Machine Learning in Practice for folks in industry and research who are looking to apply machine learning to their work.Read more.
MInDS@Mines Well Represented at Annual C-MAPP Event
Fri Jan 18, 2019
Ten MInDS students (Arun Arunachalam, Zoe Baker, Lodewijk Brand, Saad Elbeleidy, Kai Liu, Lyujian Lu, Madeline McKune, Matthew Miller, Kai Nichols, and Haoxuan Yang) presented their research to industry leaders at the annual Computing-Mines Affiliates Partnership Program (C-MAPP) event in Golden, Colorado.Read more.
Current MInDS graduate students Lodewijk Brand, Kai Liu, and Saad Elbeleidy recently had their paper, “Learning Robust Multi-Label Sample Specific Distances,” accepted to appear in the Proceedings of the 23rd Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB 2019), Washington, D.C.Read more.
New Method Focused on Place Recognition Accepted to AAAI 2019
Mon Dec 17, 2018
Lodewijk Brand Receives DoD SMART Fellowship
Tue Jul 10, 2018
Lodewijk Brand has recently been accepted to participate in the Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program. This program will provide full funding and a stipend for the remainder of his PhD studies. Read the official announcement.Read more.
New Method Focused on Learning Embeddings Accepted to RA-L
Mon Jul 2, 2018
Fei Han has recently had his paper, Learning of Holism-Landmark Graph Embedding for Place Recognition in Long-Term Autonomy, accepted into the IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters.Read more.
MInDS @ Mines Website Launch
Mon May 14, 2018
We’d like to announce the formal creation of the MInDS @ Mines group website. We have been conducting research for a few years now and we are now formalizing this research under the MInDS @ Mines brand. You’ll find our members listed on our people page and our research and publications on our publications page. Our research interests focus on the applications of Machine Learning and Data Science to Informatics. A more detailed description of our research areas can be found on our research page.Read more.