In my research efforts, I collaborate with experts specializing in various areas of data analysis, reporting, IT and bioinformatics.
Anna Grishko holds a bachelor's degree in Mathematical Methods in Economics from the University of Economics, now pursuing a master's degree in Statistics. She is interested in the application of mathematical and statistical methods in medical research, stochastic processes (such as Markov models) in particular. She worked as a biostatistician in the Centre for Demyelinating Diseases at the Neurology Clinic of the General University Hospital in Prague and the 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University. She was involved in clinical data collection and biostatistical analysis. She is currently working for a multinational pharmaceutical company. She is also a consultant for companies in the Czech Republic and abroad.
Luboš Müller has been developing web and mobile applications for vehicle tracking, diagnostics, route planning and driver behaviour analysis since 2013. In 2016, he received a master's degree in Software Engineering at the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. In the course of his studies, he became the member of Neuroinformatics Research Group, focusing on analysis and processing of data from wireless sensors to measure human body activities. He is the designer of a software application for mobile bioassay data acquisition that extends the EEGBase Electrophysiology Research Support System. He used to work for a multinational company creating online map systems. Currently, he is working as a software engineer at Trakm8, where he develops applications to optimize electric car charging.
Mária Stachová received her PhD in Probability and Mathematical Statistics at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia, in 2009. Her core research subjects are multidimensional statistical methods and datamining and their application in practical areas such as finance, banking, insurance and theoretical chemistry. She is the author and co-author of several scientific publications focusing on prediction models and clustering and their applications, e.g. companies' financial health analysis, premature termination of insurance contracts or creditworthiness of bank clients. She co-authored the book Various Methods of Predicting Financial Health of Enterprises in a Dynamic Economic Environment issued in 2016. She conducted the data analysis for the Czech branch of a multinational insurance company and also cooperated in developing new drugs with the Department of Organic Chemistry at Comenius University in Bratislava. Currently, he is a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics at Matej Bel University, lecturing mathematical and statistical subjects.
Jiří Vild graduated in Statistics and Insurance Engineering from the University of Economics in Prague in 2010. He started dealing with customer relationship management in Generali insurance company and O2 Czech Republic where he is currently working. During his career, he gained experience in the field of reporting and evaluation of marketing campaigns. He also participated in a number of projects involving customer value management, affinity and retention models as well as direct customer-to-customer optimization.