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Privacy

Privacy
How Private Can I Be Among Public Users?

Speaker:Ms. Elham Naghizade, a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne
People are increasingly volunteering personal data. Services based on this data rely on a high number of participants and high data quality. Personal data is often seen as private and individuals are more likely to provide such data if they can choose its granularity, e.g., instead of an exact value, they may provide a range. Focusing on spatial crowdsourced data, this work aims to determine whether the common method of coarsening location data of privacy-conscious individuals is an effective approach if fine-grained location data has also been submitted by privacy-apathetic users. زمان برگزاری سه‌شنبه ۳ شهریورماه ماه ساعت ۱۲ -۱۳:۳۰ شرکت در این کارگاه رایگان است.
Biography: Elham received her BSc in Software Engineering and MSc in IT Management and is currently a PhD candidate at The Department of Computing and Information System, The University of Melbourne. Her research interests includes data mining, spatio-temporal data management and privacy. Currently she is working on mining large trajectory datasets to make inferences about people's commuting behaviour and frequent paths of the road network. She is proficient in python and SQL programming languages with experience of teaching both.

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