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R. Karbauskaitė is a researcher of Cognitive Computing Group at Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies of Vilnius University. She received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and informatics (2003) and a master’s degree in informatics (2005) from Vilnius Pedagogical University, PhD in informatics from Vytautas Magnus University and Institute of Mathematics and Informatics (2010). Her research interests include multidimensional data visualization, estimation of the visualization quality, dimensionality reduction, estimation of the intrinsic dimensionality of high-dimensional data, facial emotion recognition, and data clustering.
L. Sakalauskas, habil. dr. (2000), prof. (2006), research interests: data mining, operations research, stochastic optimization, statistical modelling. He developed the stochastic optimization approach by Monte Carlo series and studied its convergence, developed the theory of vectorial fractal Brownian fields with implementation for surogate modelling, developed a concept of modelling and simulation of social-behavioural phenomena, etc. He has written more than 250 scientific publications, 70 of which are referenced in Clarivate Analytics DB, has supervised 15 PhD thesis, has organised more than 20 scientific conferences.
G. Dzemyda received the doctoral degree in technical sciences (PhD) in 1984, and he received the degree of Doctor Habilius in 1997 from Kaunas University of Technology. He was conferred the title of professor at Kaunas University of Technology (1998) and Vilnius University (2018). Recent employment is at Vilnius University, Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies, as the director of the Institute, the head of Cognitive Computing Group, Professor and Principal Researcher. The research interests cover visualization of multidimensional data, optimization theory and applications, data mining, multiple criteria decision support, neural networks, image analysis. He is the author of more than 260 scientific publications, two monographs, five textbooks.