Hello, I’m Marko Horvat. I’m a computer scientist and a lecturer affiliated with Zagreb University of Applied Sciences (TVZ) and University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) in Croatia.
I hold a PhD in Computer Science from University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. I’m the head of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Zagreb University of Applied Sciences and participant of several research projects focused on data mining of EEG time series data, linking semantic and affective knowledge, prediction of emotion, stress and fatigue using pervasive hardware, and development of multimedia stimuli databases with tools for their construction and multifaceted retrieval.
This site showcases some of my work, including software tools which can be freely downloaded for academic purposes and a blog on topics that intersect affective computing, machine learning, knowledge representation and information retrieval. The blog is still rather diminutive, I admit… hope to get the time to expand it soon.
Please feel free to contact me regarding research cooperation, project opportunities and other common professional topics.
Research keywords: machine learning, automated reasoning, formal knowledge representation, affective computing, linked data and the semantic web