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1st Workshop on Biomedical Information Management:
Challenges and Open Problems

19. & 20. Feb. 2018, Hamburg, Germany

DESCRIPTION

The workshop will gather interested professionals from the Danube region and across Europe working in the information or medical domain, such as medical researchers, medical doctors and entrepreneurs building their business around biomedical ICT. The goal of the workshop is to obtain answers to the following questions:

  • What information and knowledge management solutions are actively used in the community?
  • What are limitations of the current solutions?
  • What important problems in biomedical information management are not addressed and automatized at all by any solution?

Besides the invited speakers, the workshop will feature regular participants from the Danube states who are interested in the subject of biomedical information management and keen to establish a new project in this area.


IMPORTANT DATES

First Call for Abstracts and Participation

Second Call for Abstracts and Participation

Call for Participation

Abstract Submission: Jan. 19, 2018
Confirmation for presentation: Jan. 26, 2018
Registration: Feb. 12, 2018
Workshop Feb. 19.   &   20.   2018

INVITED SPEAKERS

Philipp Cimiano

Prof. Dr. Philipp Cimiano

Semantic Computing Group,
Bielefeld University

Title: Extracting information from pre-clinical studies in the domain of spinal chord injuries: preliminary results (Details)

Prof. Dr. Daniel A. Keim

Data Analysis and Visualization,
University of Konstanz

Title: Visual Analytics: Combining Analytics and Visualizations for Gaining Insights into Biomedical Data (Details)

Daniel Keim
Ulf Leser

Prof. Dr. Ulf Leser

Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Title: Biomedical Text Mining meets Big Data (Details)

Prof. Dr. Udo Hahn

Jena University Language & Information Engineering Lab (JULIE Lab),
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Title: All Clinical Languages, other than English, are Low-Resourced – Some Suggestions for Therapy (Details)

Udo Hahn
Hercules Dalianis

Prof. Hercules Dalianis, Ph.D.

Clinical Text Mining Group,
Human Language Technology Group,
Stockholm University

Title: HEALTH BANK - A Workbench for Data Science Applications in Healthcare (Details)

Prof. Sophia Ananiadou, Ph.D.

University of Manchester,
National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM),
Manchester

Title: Automatic pathway reconstruction using
text mining and visual analytics (Details)

Sophia Ananiadou

LOCATION

Universität Hamburg
Building: ESA 1 W (Westflügel)
Room: ESA W 120
Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1
20146 Hamburg

Directions: pdf

REGISTRATION

Participation is free but registration is required.

Please use THIS REGISTRATION FORM for abstract submission and registration for the workshop.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

SCHEDULE

Monday, Feb. 19th
09:30-10:00	meet and greet
10:00-10:30	Introduction BIMDANUBE	Chris Biemann, Andreas Holzinger, Ljiljana Majnarić, Svetla Boytcheva
10:30-11:25	Invited talk   Ulf Leser: "Biomedical Text Mining meets Big Data"
11:25-11:35	break
11:35-12:30	Invited talk   Daniel Keim: "Visual Analytics: Combining Analytics and Visualizations for Gaining Insights into Biomedical Data"
12:30-14:00	lunch
14:00-14:55	Invited talk   Udo Hahn: "All Clinical Languages, other than English, are Low-Resourced – Some Suggestions for Therapy"
14:55-15:10	Presentation   Seid Muhie Yimam: "Entity-Centric Information Access with the Human-in-the-Loop for the Biomedical Domains"
15:10-15:25	Presentation   Steffen Remus: "Towards Biomedical Information Management based on Hypergraphs and the Human-in-the-Loop"
15:25-15:35	break
15:35-16:30	Invited talk   Hercules Dalianis: "HEALTH BANK - A Workbench for Data Science Applications in Healthcare"
16:30-17:00	Presentation   Matthias Rarey: "Managing Large Protein Structure Collections"
17:00-17:10	break
17:10-18:00	Panel discussion (3 rounds of questions)
18:00-19:30	Proceed to restaurant
19:30-...	Dinner: Dübelsbrücker Kajüt

Tuesday, Feb. 20th
09:00-09:30	mee and greet
09:30-10:25	Invited talk   Philipp Cimiano: "Extracting information from pre-clinical studies in the domain of spinal chord injuries: preliminary results"
10:25-10:55	Presentation   Kilian Foth: "Automating Analytic Capabilities For Patient Communities"
11:20-11:30	break
11:30-12:25	Invited talk   Sophia Ananiadou: "Automatic pathway reconstruction using text mining and visual analytics"
12:25-12:55	Presentation   Jurica Seva: "VIST - A Variant-Information Search Tool for Precision Oncology"
12:55-14:00	lunch
14:00-14:30	Presentation   Andreas Holzinger: "Explainable AI: opening the black-box with the human-in-the-loop"
14:30-14:45	Presentation   Simone Frintrop, Timo Gerkmann, Tobias Knopp, Alexander Schlaefer: "Adaptive cross-modal sensor data acquisition"
14:45-15:00	Presentation   Ljiljana Majnarić: "Experience in research based on using routine data from GP eHRs in a low resource research environment"
15:00-15:15	Presentation   Sonja Hatz: "Hypothesis validation in information dense biomedical research areas by text mining and advanced analytics"
15:15-15:30	Presentation   Dimitri Pauls and Kilian Foth: "Deep Relation Extraction from Biomedical Literature"
15:30-16:00	Closing remarks & summary
          

WORKSHOP DINNER


Dübelsbrücker Kajüt
Elbchaussee 303
22605 Hamburg
http://www.duebelsbruecker-kajuet.de

CONTACT

Steffen Remus
Hamburg, DE
+49 40 42883 2369
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