Academic Work Of Dr. Anthony Constantinou

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Dr. Anthony C Constantinou is a lecturer and assistant professor of data analytics. Constantinou is known for his prominent work in areas of Bayesian modelling. Not only is he familiar with key theories and underlying principles, but he has expanded his research to apply within multiple industries. Infrastructure as well as modelling techniques have been drastically improved in the private sector thanks to his work.

 

Research interests

Bayesian Artificial Intelligence is his main area of research. It includes causal discovery, statistical machine learning, game theory, data and decision sciences, as well as uncertainty quantification. Dr. Anthony Constantinou specializes in Bayesian Networks that come from computer science to help in risk and decision-making analysis, modeling for prediction and decision analysis for real world problems. He applies these ideas to a wide range of fields such as sports betting, forensics, medicine, project management, agriculture, gaming and gambling among others

 

Teaching

Dr. Anthony Constantinou teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes at the Queen Mary University. Many of the courses are about his research as well as related topics of interest.

 

Data analytics (undergraduate)

The module uses various approaches, techniques, methodologies and tools for data analysis. The results obtained from data analysis are then used to enhance decision-making in both business and industrial context. Find More Information Here.

 

Data analytics for postgraduate classes

The module uses various methodologies, techniques, tools and approaches for data analysis. Results are incorporated to affect decision-making in both business and industrial context. He uses this course to expose his students to industry standard data analysis tools and techniques. It also helps to promote awareness of the challenges that come in the territory of working with huge data sets. The module also focuses on topics that relate to social, legal, ethical issues associated with storage and analysis of data. Students also undergo practical work such as empirical data analysis and presentation of results to stakeholders on an ongoing basis.

 

Anthony Constantinou has been one of the editors at PLOS ONE, a platform that gives researchers a faster path to publish their work. Some the publications he has done include: ‘’Learning DAGS with Temporal Information’’, “Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Under Certainty”, “Dolores: A model that predicts football match outcomes from all over the world”, among many others

 

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