Conference Dates: August 23-25, 2009
Post-Conference Training: August 26-28, 2009
Don't miss Salford Systems' 6th International APPLIED Data Mining Conference,
featuring real world applications and examples.
Beginners to data mining will gain expertise.
Experienced data miners will have an opportunity to exchange ideas with other
experts in a variety of industries.
Keynotes and panel discussions will address topics of current interest in data
**The Credit Crunch: How is Data Mining Helping? Is Data Mining to Blame?
**Finding Needles in Haystacks: Combating Terrorism, Fraud, and Criminal
**Advertising, Politics, Drug Discovery and Telecommunications: How Do
These Applications Benefit from Data Mining?
Previous conference presentation topics include: credit risk modeling, targeted
marketing and campaign optimization, analytical CRM, fraud detection, drug
discovery, insurance risk, epidemiology, environmental forecasting, clinical
medicine, proteomics and genomics, and state-of-the-art research from
leading academic institutions.
Presenters at prior conferences include: The International Monetary Fund,
Barnes and Noble, Pfizer, Union Bank, Wells Fargo, Stanford Linear Accelerator
Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Novartis, Columbia University School of
Public Health, Harvard Medical School, HSBC, International Steel Group, Cap
Gemini, AT&T Labs-Research, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Liberty Mutual
Presentation lists from previous conferences:
Conference website: http://www.salforddatamining.com
Conference update list:
Abstract Submissions: http://www.salforddatamining.com/2009Abstract.php