Research associate at the Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana
Panče Panov is a research associate at the Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana. He is also an assistant professor in the field of computer and information sciences at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana and the Faculty of Information Sciences in Novo mesto, teaching courses in computer science. His research interests are in machine learning, data mining, open and reproducible science, FAIR data, knowledge representation and applied ontology.
He has published his research in various journals, conference proceedings and chapters in monographs. His work is widely cited in the international scientific literature. As a researcher, he actively participates in the implementation of many national and international projects (FP6 IQ, FP6 SUMO, FP7 MAESTRA, FP7 HBP, H2020 HBP, INTERREG SLO-IT TRAIN, H2020 AI4EU, H2020 FNS Cloud, H2020 TAILOR, HE PARC, HE TRUSTroke).
In 2018, he received funding for a three-year basic research project entitled ‘Improving repeatability of experiments and multiple uses of research results in the analysis of complex data” as part of the Slovenian Research Agency’s call for national projects.