The ALDAPA (ALgorithms, DAta mining and PArallelism) research group focuses on the area of data mining (machine learning, comprehensible classifiers, class imbalance, behaviour modelling, web mining) and on searching for efficient solutions for complex problems (high performance computing, GP-GPU, multithreading, MPI). The group is also applying its experience in automatic modelling to the area of eAdministration (eServices, eGovernment) and has started working in the area of Physiological Computing (stress states detection, brain-computer interfaces).


ALDAPA was created in the Faculty of Informatics by some members of the Computer Architecture and Technology department. Currently it also includes teaching and research staff of the Faculty of Engineering of Gipuzkoa and the School of Engineering of Bilbao, in the following departments: Department of Electronic Technology, Department of Engineering of Systems and Automatic and Department of Computer Languages and Systems.





Project executed within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, and financed by the European Union-Next Generation EU and by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, and by the Department of Tourism, Commerce and Consumption of the Basque Government.