Ali Serhan Koyuncugil

Ali Serhan Koyuncugil is working as a statistician for Capital Markets Board of Turkey. He had his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in statistics from Ankara University Department of Statistics. His current research interests are design and development of fraud detection, risk management, early warning, surveillance, information, decision-support and classification systems, design and development of datawarehouses and statistical databases, development of indicators, models and algorithms, conducting analysis on capital markets, finance, health, SMEs, large scale statistical researches (e.g. census), population and development, socio-economic and demographic affairs based on data mining, statistics, quantitative decision making, operational research, optimization, mathematical programming, fuzzy set, technical demography theory and applications. He is elected member (fellow) of the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and member of the IASC and IASS sections of ISI, Turkish Statistical Association, Turkish Informatics Society and was former vice head of Turkish Statisticians Association. He has been taking part in a lot of international and national projects (UN, IBRD, EU, etc.). He has been taking part in a lot of international and national journals, conferences as an editorial board member, organizer, reviewer and advisor. His latest researches are about early warning systems based on data mining.


Surveillance Technologies and Early Warning Systems: Data Mining Applications for Risk Detection
Ali Serhan Koyuncugil, Nermin Ozgulbas. © 2011. 356 pages.
The modern world is fraught with risk, from natural disasters and terrorist attacks, to financial crises and pandemics. Assessing and planning for these risks can be done with a...