https://vis.h-da.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2020iV-conference.png7601177Dirk Burkhardthttps://vis.h-da.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/LG0_vis_RG_light_Blue_huge_cutted-300x145.pngDirk Burkhardt2019-11-26 20:43:002020-02-18 20:50:51VIS-Group co-organizes the International Information Visualisation Conference (iV2020)
October 29th was an important day for researchers in the applied research domain in Hesse, since they stayed in focus at the the Research Day 2019 of the Hessian Universities of Applied Sciences (HAW). On this day the spotlight of the he Hessen State Ministry for Higher Education, Research and the Arts layed on current results and achievements of researchers. Next to several awards for research results, it was also a great opportunity to show results and use the chance for networking.
Our team was invited to attend the event and presented ongoing results toward Advanced Visual Analytical Reasoning for Technology and Innovation Management, particularly the progress of the Hessen funded research project AVARTIM. As brief overview to the Visual Trend Analytics and Visual Business Analytics topic, we provided a poster with the summary of our current insights, which led to a variety of interesting discussions and new contacts for promising further collaboration actions – among other also for our planned European research network.
We really enjoyed the event and the opportunity to get connected with other Hessian researchers and look forward for some further collaborative actions – and, of course, the next Research Day of the Hessian Universities of Applied Sciences (HAW).
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Our paper entitled “A Visual Analytics Approach for Analyzing Technological Trends in Technology and Innovation Management” is accepted at the visual computing conference ISVC 2019 in Lake Tahoe, NV, USA. The purpose of the International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC) is to provide a first-class forum for researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, developments and applications in visual computing. ISVC seeks papers describing contributions to the state of the art and state of the practice in the four central areas of visual computing: computer vision, computer graphics, virtual reality, and visualization. The paper reflects some new on-going advancements of our innovative Trend Analytics solution Scitics.
Paper: A Visual Analytics Approach for Analyzing Technological Trends in Technology and Innovation Management
Abstract: Visual Analytics provides with a combination of automated techniques and interactive visualizations huge analytics possibilities in technology and innovation management. Thereby not only the use of machine learning data mining methods plays an important role. Due to the high interaction capabilities, it provides a more user-centered approach, where users are able to manipulate the entire analysis process and get the most valuable information. Existing Visual Analytics systems for Trend Analytics and technology and innovation management do not really make use of this unique feature and do not include the human in the analysis process. Outcomes from research on information search, information visualization and technology management can lead to more sophisticated Visual Analytics systems that involved the human in the entire analysis process. We propose in this paper a new interaction approach for Visual Analytics in technology and innovation management with a special focus on technological trend analytics.
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We get the opportunity to give some insights to “Visual Text Analytics for Technology and Innovation Management”, based on our core Trend Analytics technology Scitics, on the OpenRheinMain Conference. We want to give insights on how Visual Analytics techniques can be used to enable effective technology and innovation management on behalf of external/web data as well as internal/company data.
The OpenRheinMain (ORM 2019) is the 1st edition of an annual IT conference on open source and emerging digital technologies. This includes, but is not limited to, Open-Source, Intelligent Automation and DevOps, Cloud Computing, and Internet of Things. The purpose of the conference is to interlink researchers and industrial partner of the Rhein Main region. Therefore, the conference considers stakeholders from both in an appropriate proportion. The conference will take place on September 13th, 2019 at Darmstadt University of Applied Science.
Due to heterogeneity of the event participants, the chances are high to strengthen the cooperation with local enterprises. We expect, that this will be relevant for further research actions to strengthen the local region.
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We are very glad to be accepted for presenting our paper titled “Visual Analytics for Analyzing Technological Trends from Text” at the high-class conference iV 2019 in Paris, France. The Information Visualisation Conference (iV) is an international conference that aims to provide a foundation for integrating the human-centered, technological and strategic aspects of information visualization to promote international exchange, cooperation and development.
Paper: Visual Analytics for Analyzing Technological Trends from Text
Abstract: The awareness of emerging technologies is essential for strategic decision making in enterprises. Emerging and decreasing technological trends could lead to strengthening the competitiveness and market positioning. The exploration, detection and identification of such trends can be essentially supported through information visualization, trend mining and in particular through the combination of those. Commonly, trends appear first in science and scientific documents. However, those documents do not provide sufficient information for analyzing and identifying emerging trends. It is necessary to enrich data, extract information from the integrated data, measure the gradient of trends over time and provide effective interactive visualizations. We introduce in this paper an approach for integrating, enriching, mining, analyzing, identifying and visualizing emerging trends from scientific documents. Our approach enhances the state of the art in visual trend analytics by investigating the entire analysis process and providing an approach for enabling human to explore undetected potentially emerging trends.
The event “Information Science Trends: Search Engines and Information Retrieval”, organized and hosted by the European Chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology, focuses on certain research topics introduced by invited speeches from research and industry. The major covered research areas are:
Retrieval research on web search engines, web services, professional information services, social media
Information seeking behavior
People interacting with search systems
Searching in the library and other scientific contexts
Understanding user behavior
Additionally, they will provide networking space to energetically share ideas and interests from the fields of information science and related disciplines.
At this event Prof. Dr. Nazemi gives a speech on “Visual Trend Analytics in Digital Libraries”, in particular based on the experiences with the own developed Scitics solution. Here he gives an overview about current research actions and challenges toward visual trend analysis, but also on opportunities and benefits for companies. In particular the digitalization challenges a number of small and medium sized enterprises to be aware of modern technologies and trends that revolute the market or impacts the current businesses
The event takes places on April 26, 2019, at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany. More information about the event can be found on the event website or on the organizers website.
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The research center DKMI organized this year’s #wissbar19 event between April 5th and 6th. On this two-day event the attendance discussed, brainstormed and challenged each other about a broad number of current relevant research topics.
As a theme barcamp, the #wissbar19 brought many interested parties from the media industry and the economy to the media campus in Dieburg. Researchers were networked with each other, and practitioners from different companies came by to share with colleagues from science. Media representatives not only discussed projects or calls for papers, but also exchanged ideas in the fields of digital communication and media innovation. There were sessions on methods and scientific work, creative workshops and sparring sessions in which models in development could be discussed and further spun. Key words in conversation were particularly “artificial intelligence”, “business analytics, “gamification”, “public relations” and “lifelong learning”.
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