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Eric Malmi

M.Sc. (Tech.), Doctoral Student, Data Mining Group

Office:
Room T-B335 in Computer Science Building,
Konemiehentie 2, Otaniemi campus area, Espoo
Email:
first.last@aalto.fi
Telephone:
+358 44 047 8010

About Me

I'm a doctoral student in the Data Mining Group led by Prof. Aristides Gionis. In my thesis project, I'm developing collective entity resolution methods with the main focus on linking historical population records and inferring family trees.

My research interests include data mining, machine learning, computational social science, natural language understanding, graph algorithms, and entity resolution. You can find more information about my research interests and hobby projects from my data science blog mining4meaning.com.

During my doctoral studies, I've had the pleasure to work as a data scientist at Verto Analytics and to intern at Qatar Computing Research Institute and Google Research.

Publications

Google scholar profile

Demos

AncestryAI (paper)
DeepBeat (paper)

Teaching

I have supervised student research projects and bachelor's theses on the following topics:

Additionally, I have been a teaching assistant for the following courses:

Media

Some of my work has been featured in the news.

AncestryAI


ACM TechNews
Aalto news

Demographic prediction based on user's apps


Washington Post
Ilta Sanomat (in Finnish)

DeepBeat


Bloomberg TV (video interview)
The Wall Street Journal (interview)
MIT Technology Review
How We Get To Next (interview, song)
CBC (radio interview)
Mashable
Consequence of Sound (video interview)
Mic (interview)
CNET
Slash Gear
CIO
Esquire
Quarz
Nelonen TV (in Finnish)
Nyt (interview, in Finnish)
Talouselämä (in Finnish)

Raplyzer


The original blog post in Mining for meaning (in Finnish)
English translation of the original blog post in Mining for meaning
Engadget
Rapstation (radio interview)
The Daily Dot (interview)
Vox
Hypebeast
Rapzilla
Dagens Nyheter (interview, in Swedish)
Hiphop.de (in German)
Helsingin Sanomat (in Finnish)
YleX (radio interview, in Finnish)
Rumba (in Finnish)
Digitoday (in Finnish)