Poster submissions should be extended abstracts no more than 4 pages in length (in KDD format, do not need to be anonymous).  Extended abstracts should be submitted by June 17th 11:59 PM PDT (submission details will be forthcoming shortly). Templates for submissions can be found here

Submission can be done via CMT at the following location:

Submission Information

INVITED SPEAKERSSpeakers2015.html
KDD 2014

Classification of Passes in Football Matches using Spatiotemporal Data [pdf]

Michael Horton, Joachim Gudmundsson, Sanjay Chawla, and Joel Estephan (Uni of Sydney, Australia)

Spatio-Temporal Convolution Kernels for Clustering Trajectories [pdf]

Konstantin Knauf and Ulf Brefeld (Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany)

Language-Agnostic Event Detection Across Sports from Twitter and Using Temporal Features [pdf]

Cody Buntain (University of Maryland, USA)

Searching for a Unique Style in Soccer [pdf]

Laszlo Gyarmati, Haewoon Kwak (Qatar Computing Research Institute), Pablo Rodriguez (Telefonica Research)

Classification of Sports Types from Tracklets [pdf]

Rikke Gade and Thomas Moeslund (Aalborg University, Denmark)

Beating the Bookmakers: Leveraging Statistics and Twitter Microposts for Predicting Soccer Results [pdf]

Frederic Godin, Jasper Zuallaert, Baptist Vandersmissen, Wesley De Neve and Rick Van de Walle (Ghent University, Belgium)

An Analysis of Losing Unimportant Points in Tennis [pdf]

Kush Varshney (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA)

Large-scale 2014 World Cup Outcome Analysis Based on Tumblr Posts [pdf]

Vladan Radosavljevic, Mihajlo Grbovic, Nemanja Djuric, Narayan Bhamidipati (Yahoo! Labs, USA)

Inference of Team Sports Strategies Based on a Library of States: Application to Basketball [pdf]

Leonardo Lamas, Felipe Santana Guilherme Otranto and Junior Barrera (Uni. of Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Analyzing and Predicting Events in Soccer and Tennis using Spatiotemporal Data [pdf]

Felix Wei (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)