[open-science] Text and data mining in the Open Science era
natalia at di.uoa.gr
Thu May 25 12:52:27 UTC 2017
The following might be of interest to the community.
*FutureTDM Symposium – Salzburg, Austria June 13^th , 2017*
The Symposium revolves around legal, technical and educational/expertise
needs related to Text and Data Mining (TDM), focusing on the main
barriers hindering the uptake of TDM and the respective recommendations
provided by FutureTDM. To exemplify the above, example cases gathered
throughout the FutureTDM project will be presented and discussed, as
well as recommended best practices. Each session is introduced by a
presentation by FTDM, followed by short (5-7 minutes) statements from
panelists, contributing their feedback, insights and their own
activities on the issue.
The Symposium has been scheduled alongside the iDSC Conference given
that both events address similar target groups and share a common
perspective: they both aim at creating a communication network among the
members of the TDM community, where experts can exchange ideas and share
the most up-to-date research results, as well as legal and industrial
advances relevant to TDM.
*Target audience:* researchers, research engineers, PhD students, any
stakeholders involved in the production, management and handling of
data, TDM practitioners/users, librarians, SMEs.
You can check the programme here
For more information <http://www.idsc.at/>and registration
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at
office at futuretdm.eu <mailto:office at futuretdm.eu>
<mailto:office at futuretdm.eu>
Computational Linguist, MSc.
*ATHENA **RIC/ ILSP
*Tel: +30 210 6875443
University of Athens, Greece
Department of Informatics & Telecommunications
ATHENA Research and Innovation Center
tel: +30 210 727.5226
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