Data Science Challenge: Intermediate Results

REGISTRATION PERIOD CLOSED

The final count is in: 40 contesting teams and individuals have committed themselves to participating in the first i-KNOW Data Science Challenge!  The registration period is now closed.

INTERMEDIATE RESULTS

Up until September 20, 2017, participants were able to submit one set of data for the purpose of preliminary ranking. Without further ado, here are the current top 5 teams.
Team IDs are composed of characters taken from participants registered adresses.

Team ID Rank Mean Squared
Error
Minimum Absolute Deviation Maximum Absolute Deviation Medium Absolut Deviation
OGMC 1 0,01767 0,00001 0,27886 0,09996
RI.P 2 0,02385 0,00580 0,41600 0,11271
NE.I 3 0,02817 0,00260 0,41263 0,12446
CIFN 4 0,02906 0,00519 0,49847 0,12618
MNSB 5 0,03128 0,00514 0,54324 0,12608

SCHEDULE

Until October 1, 2017, 11:59 MEZ (UTC+1) participants are allowed to submit their final solution.  The 5 top ranking entries will then be asked to provide their source code and/or demonstrate their solution during a live session with the jury and describe their approach, applied methods and tools. After verifying the results, we will officially announce the winners.

 

Data Science Challenge released, registration period extended

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

More than thirty contesting teams and individuals from all over the globe have so far heeded the call to participate in the first i-KNOW Data Science Challenge. In regards to the resounding response in the last couple of days, most likely causally tied to the end of the summer holidays, we have decided to extend the registration period to September  20, 2017. Head over to the announcement page to sign up in the nick of time!

CHALLENGE RELEASED

On September 11, 2017 we sent out the detailed  task description as well as the data sets to the contestants that signed up until that point. Newly registered participants will receive the challenge package shortly after signing up.

SCHEDULE

Starting with September 11, 2017 contestants are able to work on developing their solutions. Up until September 20, 2017, 23:55 MEZ (UTC+1) we will accept one optional preliminary submission per participant (team or individual) in a predetermined format. The preliminary ranking will be released on the i-KNOW 2017 website.

Until September 30, 2017, 23:55 MEZ (UTC+1) participants are allowed to submit their final solution. The 5 top ranking entries will then be asked to provide their source code or demonstrate their solution during a live session with the jury and describe their approach, applied methods and tools. After verifying the results, we will officially announce the winners.

 

Open registration for the Data Science Challenge

From 10th July 2017 onwards, we will officially open registration for the Data Science Challenge. To register, please fill out and submit the form at https://i-know.tugraz.at/data-science-challenge/. Further details regarding the conditions of participation can be found at the end of this article.

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT

The Know-Center is organizing the first Data Science Challenge of the year! Sponsored by T-Mobile Austria and co-organized by Materials Center Leoben we invite students and experts to compete as teams or individuals in this exciting challenge in the field of data science leading up to the annual i-KNOW data-driven future conference. After the announcement of the challenge on 11th September 2017 all participants can use the three weeks up to 1st October 2017 to submit their developed code and solution proposal.

The highlight of our challenge will be the award ceremony at this year’s i-KNOW 2017 conference in Graz.