The Laboratory for AI, Machine Learning, Business & Data Analytics (LAMBDA)

The Laboratory for AI, Machine Learning, Business & Data Analytics (LAMBDA) at Tel Aviv University focuses on research, development and collaboration activities in the areas of artificial intelligence, big data analytics and data science with strong a emphasis on real-life industrial challenges. The main goal of the lab is to bridge the gap between academia and industry while relying on advance research methods to develop cutting-edge data science tools and applications. It aims to serve as a hub of collaboration, allowing scholars and students to work collaboratively on practical data-science challenges, while exposing the industry to pioneering research methods and to the next-generation of analytics tools. As such, the LAMBDA efforts are focused on large-scale collaborative research projects with a unique synergy between groups of academic researchers, developers, educators, industry-domain experts, practitioners and decision makers.

The LAMBDA team is a multidisciplinary group of researchers that specialize in relevant areas of AI & data science and provides a unique blend of specialties. The team consists of researchers from different fields, each of which with solid academic background coupled with practical hands-on orientation in various industry verticals, such as manufacturing, cyber, transportation, telecommunication, internet, retail, finance, semi-conductor, energy and healthcare. It applies various research methods, such as supervised and unsupervised machine learning, structured/unstructured data extraction & analysis, text and graph mining algorithms, information theory applications, statistical process control, design of experiments and deep-learning to name a few.

The lab offers a wide variety of activities including multi-disciplinary research projects, development teams, conferences, workshops, and dedicated hackathon events in cooperation with industry and academic partners.


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Last modified: May 2018