Organized by

Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT)
Thammasat University
Chulalongkorn University
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Sponsored by

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), Thailand
ECTI, Thailand
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development (AFOSR/AOARD)

PAKDD Workshop


PAKDD Workshop


Important Information


Volume Editor: TBA

The papers accepted by AIBDM'09, ICEC'09, OSDM'09, QIMIE'09, CODHDD'09(x) will be selected for POST-PROCEEDINGs in LNCS series

  1. Each workshop chair will order (give ranks to) their papers by the score.
  2. Each workshop chair will select some papers (30% of all submissions) to publish in LNCS post-proceedings.
  3. If no author of a paper give a presentation at the workshop, that paper will not be considered to include in the post-proceedings.
  4. The presentation will be also evaluated.
  5. The selected papers should not belong to any program chair.
  6. The list of the selected papers will be announced on the website within May 2, 2009.
  7. The selected papers have to pay for the additional cost of the LNCS post-proceedings.
  8. The participant can order the LNCS post-proceedings (additional cost for post-proceedings+shipping).

Remark: A workshop will be cancelled if the number of registrants is less than 15. In that case, the registration fee will be reimbursed to the registrant in cash at the registration desk.

Publication Authorization Form

For all workshop notes, except PAISI.

PAKDD 2009 Publication Authorization Form pdf, doc

Publication Information

  • The papers accepted by PAISI'09 will be published in Lecture Note on Computer Science series.
  • The papers accepted by AIBDM'09, ICEC'09, OSDM'09, QIMIE'09, CODHDD'09 will be selected for POST-PROCEEDINGs in LNCS series

  • General Workshop Chairs

    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Manabu Okumura (Tokyo institute of Technology, Japan)
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bernhard Pfahringe (University of Waikato, New Zealand)

    Pacific Asia Workshop on Intelligence and Security Informatics (PAISI’09)

    link :

    PAISI’09 Organizing committee

    Hsinchun Chen The University of Arizona
    Chris Yang Drexel University
    Michael Chau The University of Hong Kong
    Shu-hsing Li National Taiwan University

    PAISI’09 Program Committee

    Kuo-Tay Chen National Taiwan University
    Tsai-Jyh Chen National Chengchi University
    Reynold Cheng The University of Hong Kong
    Vladimir Estivill-Castro Griffith University, Australia
    Uwe Glasser Simon Fraser University
    Raymond Hsieh California University of Pennsylvania
    Hsiang-Cheh Huang National University of Kaohsiung
    Ming-Hui Huang National Taiwan University
    Shi-Ming Huang National Chung Cheng University
    Eul Gyu Im Hanyang University, R.O.K.
    Paul W.H. Kwan The University of New England, Australia
    Kai Pui Lam The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Wai Lam The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Sheau-Dong Lang University of Central Florida
    Mark Last Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
    Ickjai Lee James Cook University, Australia
    You-lu Liao Central Police University, Taiwan
    Ee-peng Lim Nanyang Technological University
    Hongyan Liu Tsinghua University
    Anirban Majumdar SAP Research
    Byron Marshall Oregon State University
    Dorbin Ng The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Jialun Qin The University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Dmitri Roussinov University of Strathclyde, Scotland
    Raj Sharman State University of New York, Buffalo
    Aixin Sun Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Paul Thompson Dartmouth College
    Alan Wang Virginia Tech University
    Jau-Hwang Wang National Central Police University, Taiwan
    Ke Wang Simon Fraser University
    Philips Wang City University of Hong Kong
    Shiuh-Jeng Wang Central Police University, Taiwan
    Chih-Ping Wei National Tsing Hua University
    Jennifer Xu Bentley College
    Wei Yan Trend Micro
    Justin Zhan Carnegie Mellon University
    Yilu Zhou George Washington University
    William Zhu The University of Auckland

    Data Mining When Classes are Imbalanced and Errors Have Costs (ICEC’09)

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    ICEC’09 Organizing Committee

    Nitesh Chawla University of Notre Dame (nchawla [AT]
    Nathalie Japkowicz University of Ottawa (nat [AT]
    Zhi-Hua Zhou Nanjing University (zhouzh [AT]

    Publications and Web Chair

    David Cieslak University of Notre Dame (david.cieslak [AT]

    ICEC’09 Program Committee

    Gustavo Batista University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Sanjay Chawla University of Sydney, Australia
    David Cieslak University of Notre Dame, USA
    Chris Drummond National Research Council, Canada
    Seyda Ertekin Penn State University, USA
    George Forman HP Labs, USA
    Robert Holte University of Alberta, Canada
    W. Philip Kegelmeyer Sandia National Labs, USA
    Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar Florida Atlantic University, USA
    Alek Kolcz Microsoft Research, USA
    Miroslav Kubat University of Miami, USA
    Charles Ling University of Waterloo, Canada
    Xu-Ying Liu Nanjing University, China
    Dragos Margineantu Boeing Phantom Works, USA
    Stan Matwin University of Ottawa, Canada
    Yuchun Tang McAfee, Inc.
    Gary Weiss Fordham University, USA

    Quality issues, measures of interestingness and evaluation of data mining models (QIMIE'09)

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    QIMIE’09 Organizing Committee

    Stéphane Lallich ERIC, Université Lyon 2 stephane.lallich [AT]
    Philippe Lenca Lab-STICC, TELECOM Bretagne philippe.lenca [AT]

    QIMIE’09 Program Committee

    Hidenao Abe Japan
    Jérôme Azé France
    José L., Balcázar Spain
    Bruno Crémilleux France
    Sven Crone England
    Jean Diatta La Réunion
    Thanh-Nghi Do Vietnam
    Salvatore Gréco Italy
    Fabrice Guillet France
    Michael Hahsler USA
    Howard Hamilton Canada
    Martin Hole?a Czech Republic
    Stéphane Lallich France
    Ludovic Lebart France
    Philippe Lenca France
    Ming Li China
    Patrick Meyer France
    Annie Morin France
    David Olson USA
    Jan Rauch Czech Republic
    Gilbert Ritschard Switzerland
    Wanchai Rivepiboon Thailand
    Gilbert Saporta France
    Roman Slowinski Poland
    Robert Stahlbock Germany
    Athasit Surarerks Thailand
    Shusaku Tsumoto Japan
    Kitsana Waiyamai Thailand
    Dianhui Wang Australia
    Louis Wehenkel Belgium
    Gary Weiss USA
    Takahira Yamaguchi Japan
    Min-Ling Zhang China
    Djamel Zighed France

    Advances and Issues in Biomedical Data Mining (AIBDM’09)

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    AIBDM’09 Organizing Committee

    Junbin Gao Charles Sturt University, Australia jbgao [AT]
    Paul Kwan University of New England, Australia, kwan [AT]
    Josiah Poon University of Sydney, Australia josiah [AT]
    Simon Poon University of Sydney, Australia spoon [AT]

    AIBDM’09 Program Committee

    Rafael Calvo University of Sydney, Australia
    Peter Christen Australian National University, Australia
    Dao-qing Dai Sun Yat-Sen (Zhongshan) University, PRC
    Kin Fun Li University of Victoria, Canada
    Steve Gunn University of Southampton, UK
    David Hansen CSIRO, Australia
    Irena Koprinska University of Sydney, Australia
    Ong Kok Leong Deakin University, Australia
    Wenyuan Li University of Southern California, USA
    Christine O'Keefe CSIRO, Australia
    Georg Peters University of Applied Sciences Muenchen, Germany
    Daming Shi Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Chunhua Weng Columbia University, USA
    Jun Zhang Huazhong University of Science and Technology, PRC

    The first Open Source in Data Mining workshop (OSDM’09)

    link :

    OSDM’09 Organizing Committee

    Peter Christen The Australian National University
    Graham Williams Togaware, Australia

    OSDM’09 Program Committee

    Rohan Baxter The Australian Taxation Office, Australia
    Michael Berthold University of Konstanz, Germany
    Christian Borgelt European Center for Soft Computing, Spain
    Janez Demsar University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Eibe Frank University of Waikato, New Zealand
    Mark Hall Pentaho, New Zealand
    Joshua Huang The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Bernhard Pfahringer University of Waikato, New Zealand
    Blaz Zupan University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Yunming Ye Harbin Institute of Technology, China