Bayesian Methods 
Tired to see in astronomical
papers fun things like: negative numbers of galaxies, fractions below 0
or larger than 1, completeness larger than 100 %, and other funnities?
Applications of bayesian methods to galaxy evolutionary studies can be
found papers # (44), 45, 46, 48, and 49 in my list of publications,
if you are interested in. Give a look to my inference page too. 

The SIRTF (Spitzer) Widearea InfraRed Extragalactic Survey (SWIRE). I reduced gri wide field images taken at the 5 m Palomar telescope with the LFC mosaic camera of the 02^{h} 5^{d }(XMMLSS) area and I also did my own reduction of IRAC images. My first scientific use of Spitzer data can be found in paper #46 of my list of publications. 
Artificial Intelligence
in Astronomy Artificial intelligence has several potential applications in astronomy. Two of them have been tackled by a NapoliSalerno team. 

Astronomical Virtual Observator