Final Programme ICIC 2013 in Vienna


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There are only three weeks to go until the start of the ICIC - The International Conference for the Information Community - meeting in 2013. The meeting is filling fast, so if you intend to come, please get your booking in as soon as possible:
When you attend the ICIC 2013 you will meet colleagues from following companies and organizations:
ICIC 2013 Speakers:
Jan Baur (FIZ Karlsruhe), Helmut Berger (max.recall), Daniel Bonniot (ChemAxon), Colm Carroll (Innivatice Medicines Initiatives),Kuramitla Chinnaiah Krishnaveni (Molecular Connections), Wolfie Chritl (Cuteacute), Alex Drijver (ChemAxon), Josef Eiblmaier (ChmeInfo), Ricardo Eito-Brun (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Richard Garner (LexisNexis), Monika Hanelt (Agfa Graphics), Jutta Hausser (EPO), Nicolas Lylyre (Syngenta), Hugh Laverty (IMI), Jane List (Extract Information), David Milward (Linguamatics), Sebastian Radestock (Elsevier), Kalpana Ravi (Philips Electronics), Sumair Riyaz (Dolcera), Uwe Rosemann (German National Library of Science and Technology), Marc Tobias (BGW), Tony Trippe (Patinformatics), Antony Williams (Royal Society of Chemsitry), Kim Zwollo (RighDirect).

I look forward to seeing you in Vienna.
Christoph HAxel

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Final Programme ICIC 2013 in Vienna

  1. 1. ICIC 2013 13 - 16 OCTOBER . VIENNA The International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals ©WienTourismus/PeterRigaud
  2. 2. ICIC 2013 13 - 16 OCTOBER . vienna Sponsors SureChem is sponsoring the Conference Dinner BizInt is sponsoring the printed Conference Programme Evolvus is sponsoring the Conference Wallets InfoChem is sponsoring the Coffee Breaks Linguamatics is sponsoring the Lunches on Monday and Tuesday minesoft is sponsoring the Reception on Sunday Molecular Connections is sponsoring the Conference Buses Exhibitors
  3. 3. Exhibitors ICIC 2013 13 - 16 OCTOBER . vienna Exhibition Plan Coffee CoffeeChemAxon max.recall Dolcera Genome Quest InfoChem cept LexisNexis SureChem Search Technology STELLARIX Parthys ReverseInfo infonotics DrHaxelCEM BizInt minesoft FIZ Karlsruhe STN/CAS Wiley Blackwell Intellexir RightsDirect Linguamatics Averbis GVK BIO
  4. 4. 09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00 19.00 20.00 ICIC 2012 14 - 17 OCTOBER . Berlin Programme Sunday 13 OCTOBER MONday 14 OCTOBER 09 am 10 am 11 am 12 noon 01 pm 02 pm 03 pm 04 pm 05 pm 06 pm 07 pm 08 pm 15:45 -17:45 Workshop Overview of Asian IP: patent sources and searching Jane List (Extract Information Limited, UK) 18:00 - 19:00 Workshop minesoft 19:45 - 22:00 Welcome Reception with fingerfood - Haus der Musik (1. Bezirk) 15:00-18:00 Registration Starts at 09:00 • Welcome • Text and Non-textual Objects: Seamless access for scientists - Uwe Rosemann (German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), GER) • The Big Data Challenges Associated with Building a National Data Repository for Chemistry - Antony Williams (Royal Society of Chemistry, USA) • New Product Introductions: InfoChem / BizInt / Minesoft • The Pistoia Alliance and HELM – an open information standard for the molecular representation of Biologics - Alex Drijver (ChemAxon, HUN), Sergio Rotstein (Pfizer, USA), Tianhong Zhang (Pfizer, USA), Roland Knispel (ChemAxon, HUN) • European Lead Factory – A unique public-private partnership Colm Carroll (Innovative Medicines Initiative), Hugh Laverty (IMI, BEL) • New Product Introductions: SureChem / LexisNexis / Linguamatics • Open Source Search Helmut Berger (max.recall, AUT) • Untangling the scientific information web Jane List (Extract Information Limited, GBR) • New Product Introductions - Dolcera / RightsDirect / ChemAxon / Genome Quest • Extraction of structural information from ChemDraw CDX files: easy, or an underestimated, difficult challenge? - Josef Eiblmaier (InfoChem, GER) • Making hidden data discoverable: How to build effective drug discovery engines? Sebastian Radestock (Elsevier, GER) • Personal Data in the Digital Age - Big Brother on Steroids? Wolfie Christl (Cuteacute, AUT) 10:30 - 11:00 - Exhibition and Networking Break 12:30 - 14:00 - Lunch, Exhibition and Networking - Lunch sponsored by Linguamatics 15:40 - 16.10 - Exhibition and Networking Break
  5. 5. Programme 09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00 19.00 20.00 ICIC 2012 14 - 17 OCTOBER . Berlin TUESday 15 OCTOBER Wednesday 16 OCTOBER 09 am 10 am 11 am 12 noon 01 pm 02 pm 03 pm 04 pm 05 pm Starts at 09:00 • Why networking organizations are so valuable in patent information - together we are strong - Monika Hanelt (Agfa Graphics, BEL) • Using IBM‘s Many Eyes for Generating Valuable Patent Analytics Insights - Tony Trippe (Patinformatics, USA) • New Product Introductions - CAS / Wiley / Cept Starts at 09:00 • Extended Product Introductions - LexisNexis / BGW / ChemAxon / Molecular Connections / RightsDirect / Dolcera • Are there any frontiers left in patent data? Richard Garner (LexisNexis, GBR) • Assessing the quality of patents and large patent portfolios based on quantitative approaches – Opportunities, threats and the new St. Gallen Patent Index™ (SGPI™) as an innovative and strong approach - Marc Tobias (BGW, CHE) • Use of professional information and copyright compliance: Challenges for research driven companies - Kim Zwollo (RightsDirect, NLD) • Towards automated mining of chemical structures in Chinese Patents - Daniel Bonniot (ChemAxon, HUN) • Enriching Content with Semantic Tagging - Kuramitla Chinnaiah Krishnaveni, Jignesh Bhate (Molecular Connections, IND) • Finding the best patents in your portfolio Sumair Riyaz (Dolcera, IND) 14:00 - 17:00 Workshop on Patent Analytics Tony Trippe (Patinformatics, USA) Closing remarks Georg Schultheiss (PATCOM, GER), Christoph Haxel (Dr. Haxel Congress and Event Management GmbH, AUT)• Unstructured Text in Big Data: the Elephant in the Room - David Milward (Linguamatics, GBR) • Venturing off the beaten track: Challenges of patent information from the Arabian countries Jutta Hausser (EPO, AUT) • New Product Introductions - INTELLIXIR / Averbis / Search Technologies VantagePoints / GVK Bioscience • Do indexing systems of bibliographic databases meet today’s user needs and expectations? - Nicolas Lalyre, Gerhard Fischer (Syngenta, CHE) • CPC is it a nightmare or a blessing in disguise: An analysis on patents from the lighting field - Kalpana Ravi, Ananth Shenoy (Philips Electronics, IND) • 25th Birthday - Special ICIC Panel • Dissemination Patterns of Technical Knowledge in the IR Industry: Scientometric Analysis of Citations in IR-related Patents - Ricardo Eito-Brun (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, ESP) • The concept of the new STN platform - Jan Baur (FIZ Karlsruhe, Germany) • New Product Introductions - FIZ Karlsruhe / Parthys Revers Informatics / max.recall / Stellarix 10:30 - 11:00 - Exhibition and Networking Break 10:00 - 10:30 - Exhibition and Networking Break 12:40 - 14:15 - Lunch, Exhibition and Networking - Lunch sponsored by Linguamatics 15:55 - 16:25 - Exhibition and Networking Break 19:30 Buses leave for Conference Dinner 19:45 - 22:15 Conference Dinner sponsored by Dr. Haxel CEM GmbH. Schreiberhaus - Vienna Heurigen 2013 Meeting ends at approximately 12:15
  6. 6. Next ICIC coming soon Networking Programme All registered ICIC participants are invited to join our Vienna Networking Programme. Conference Welcome Reception Welcome Reception at Haus der Musik, Seilerstätte 30, 1010 Vienna sponsorship minesoft. Conference Dinner Conference Dinner, Tuesday 15 October sponsored by Dr. Haxel Congress and Event Management GmbH. Coffee Breaks All Coffee Breaks (during the conference) sponsored by Infochem ICIC 2013 13 - 16 OCTOBER . vienna ICIC 2014 12 - 15 October Heidelberg
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