Doctoral Thesis Defense of Lorena Romero Medrano
Lorena Romero Medrano, a PhD student in the Signal Processing Group of the University Carlos III de Madrid is defending her doctoral thesis titled “Change-Point Detection Methods for Behavioral Shift Recognition in Mental Healthcare” on January, 20th:
- Title: Change-Point Detection Methods for Behavioral Shift Recognition in Mental Healthcare
- Author: Lorena Romero (GTS)
- Supervisors: Pablo M. Olmos, Antonio Artés
- Event Date: Friday, January 20, 12:00 – 13:30
- Location: Salón de Grados (Auditorium building)
- Short abstract: The motivation of this thesis is based on the improvement of psychiatric patients assessment. Specially, in the suicide prevention problem, where we work under the hypothesis that behavioral changes in the digital phenotype of a patient might precede new relapses, that we aim to predict in advance. From a technical perspective, we focus on the development of probabilistic models for change-point detection for heterogeneous, high-dimensional and incomplete observations that characterize the previously mentioned clinical scenario.
«Passive Radar» project granted by Office of Naval Research (ONR)
«Advanced detection algorithms for passive radar (Passive Radar)» has been granted to David Ramírez García by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) within the call «ONR BAA Announcement #N00014-22-S-B001».