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ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg
ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg
ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg
ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg
ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg
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ICIC 2014 in Heidelberg

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ICIC is the International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals. …

ICIC is the International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals.
26th ICIC International Conference for the Information Community
For those in the sci-tech world, sharing best practices, networking and evaluating trends have become matters of considerable importance, and the annual ICIC Meeting & Exhibition is the significant forum for this, attracting over 160 attendees from the main sci-tech companies and information, service or software providers.
Started in 1989 ... These exciting and highly respected annual conferences, that started in Montreux in 1989 and were subsequently held in Annecy, Nîmes, Barcelona, Nice, Vienna and Berlin have always provided a barometer as to the strengths and frailties of the world of sci-tech and patent information.
The conference lasts for two and a half days and features approximately 24 formal presentations, panels on topical matters, all interspersed with short new product information presentations. All sessions are plenary. The conference normally begins with a reception and Welcome Dinner on the first evening to enable attendees to begin to network with each other. Lunches are taken at the conference venue, and breaks are designed to facilitate networking and interaction. A focused exhibition of approximately 25 stands is integrated within the conference. Attendance at these meetings is highly international, with no one nationality predominating.

The 2014 ICIC conference is organised by Dr Haxel Congress and Event Management.

Subject Areas for the 2014 Programme

The traditional focus of the ICIC programmes is subjects of interest to information professionals in a scientific or technical environment. As in previous years, this year's programme contains a number of presentations examining aspects of patent information retrieval, including drug discovery; patent information presents many challenges and is thus an excellent test-bed when it comes to information technology. The ICIC meeting's roots in chemical information also ensure that that area features prominently; chemical information was one of the first fields to attract modern information technologies back at the end of the twentieth century and the very beginning of the twentyfirst.

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  • 1. ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG The International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals www.haxel.com ©WolfgangGerhartz???
  • 2. ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg ICIC 2014 - The Meeting ICIC is the International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals. 26th ICIC International Conference for the Information Community For those in the sci-tech world, sharing best practices, networking and evaluating trends have become matters of considerable importance, and the annual ICIC Meeting & Exhibition is the significant forum for this, attracting over 160 attendees from the main sci-tech companies and information, service or software providers. Started in 1989... These exciting and highly respected annual conferences, that started in Montreux in 1989 and were subsequently held in Annecy, Nîmes, Barcelona, Nice, Vienna and Berlin have always provided a barometer as to the strengths and frailties of the world of sci-tech and patent information. The conference lasts for two and a half days and features approximately 24 formal presentations, panels on topical matters, all interspersed with short new product information presentations. All sessions are plenary. The conference normally begins with a reception and Welcome Dinner on the first evening to enable attendees to begin to network with each other. Lunches are taken at the conference venue, and breaks are designed to facilitate networking and interaction. A focused exhibition of approximately 25 stands is integrated within the conference. Attendance at these meetings is highly international, with no one nationality predominating. The 2014 ICIC conference is organised by Dr Haxel Congress and Event Management. Subject Areas for the 2014 Programme The traditional focus of the ICIC programmes is subjects of interest to information professionals in a scientific or technical environment. As in previous years, this year‘s programme contains a number of presentations examining aspects of patent information retrieval, including drug discovery; patent information presents many challenges and is thus an excellent test-bed when it comes to information technology. The ICIC meeting‘s roots in chemical information also ensure that that area features prominently; chemical information was one of the first fields to attract modern information technologies back at the end of the twentieth century and the very beginning of the twentyfirst. ©WolfgangGerhartz
  • 3. 09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00 19.00 20.00 Programme Sunday 12 OCTOBER MONday 13 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 BizInt Smart Charts Diane Webb, John Willmore (BizInt Solutions, California, USA) 19:45 - 22:00 Welcome Reception with fingerfood Großer Mohr, Heidelberg 15:00-18:00 Registration Starts at 09:00 • Welcome • The Future of Pharmaceutical and Life Science Publishing Industries - Duncan Fraser (Springer, GBR) • Valuing IP in the Chemical Space – Science, Art and Special Considerations Robert Stembridge (Thomson Scientific, GBR) • New Product Introductions: InfoChem / BizInt / Minesoft • Application Programming Interface (API) Technologies to Integrate Chemistry Research Tools: ChemBioDraw and SciFinder® Paul Peters (CAS, GER) • Increasing the efficiency of pharmaceutical research through data integration - Roland Bauer (Elsevier, GER), Metthiew Clark (Elsevier, USA) • Knowledge-Based De Novo Molecular Design Using ICSYNTH FRP - Fernando Huerta (ChemNotia, SWE), Mike Hutchings, Heinz Saller, Peter Loew (InfoChem, GER) • New Product Introductions: ChemAxon / RightsDirect / FIZ Karlsruhe • From SureChem to SureChEMBL John P. Overington (EMBL-EBI, GBR), Nicko Goncharoff (Digital Science, GBR) • Smart Data Innovation Lab: Turning Big Data into Smart Data Laure Le Bars (SAP, FRA) • Finding Answers in the Data – The Future Role of Text and Data Mining (TDM) - Kim Zwollo (RightsDirect, NLD) • New Product Introductions - Wiley / Parthy Reverse Informatics / Intellixir • The Changing Role of Corporate Information Services at Johnson Matthey Louise Potter (Johnson Matthey, GBR) • What Can We Learn from Our Past, that Equips Us for the Future? David Walsh (Grail Entropix, GBR) • The Information World Doesn’t Stop at Patents! Frederic Baudour (Allnex, BEL) • Future Role of Information Professionals and Providers: Certification Project - Dania Agnoletto (LyondellBasell Industries, ITA) Exhibition and Networking Break Lunch, Exhibition and Networking Exhibition and Networking Break ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg
  • 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 09 am 10 am 11 am 12 noon 01 pm 02 pm 03 pm 04 pm 05 pm 06 pm 07 pm 08 pm Programme TUESday 14 OCTOBER Wednesday 15 OCTOBER Starts at 09:00 • Bio-Brilliance 2014: Building on the Ideas of Others Srinivasan Parthiban (Parthys Reverse Informatics, IND) • Patent Citation Analysis: Tools and Techniques Jane List (Extract Information Limited, GBR) • New Product Introductions - TEMIS / CEPT / Proquest Dialog Starts at 09:00 • Semantic Integration of Pharmaceutical Content: Blueprint and Examples - Daniel Mayer (TEMIS, FRA) • SEMCARE - SEMantic Data Platform for HealthCARE Philipp Daumke (Averbis, GER) • Tutorial: Training for Information Professionals - How to Analyse, Visualise and Understand Patent Families - A Critical Survey - Gaby Kirch-Verfuß (WissensWert, GER) Closing remarks Georg Schultheiss (PATCOM, GER), Christoph Haxel (Dr. Haxel Congress and Event Management GmbH, AUT) • Panel: Using Report and Visualization Tools to Support Competitive Intelligence and Decision Making - Diane Webb (BizInt Solutions, California, USA) • High volume, High Quality Patent Translation across Multiple Domains - Dion Wiggins (Asia Online, SGP) • How the European Patent Office Uses Asian Docu­ mentation - Jerémy Scott (European Patent Office, NLD) • New Product Introductions - • Patent Landscape Analysis as a Tool for Public Policies Adjustment: The Case of Antiretroviral Drugs in Brazil - Roberto Reis (National Institute of Infectology, BRA) • Chemical Patent Curation and Management – New Tools and Capabilities - Árpád Figyelmesi (ChemAxon, HUN) • Concept Innovation and the Patent Industry Arne Krüger (MTC, GER) • Panel: Mobile Apps for Patent Searchers Arne Krüger (MTC, GER), Nigel Clarke (European Patent Office, AUT) • New Product Introductions - Questel / Gridlogics Technologies Exhibition and Networking Break Exhibition and Networking Break Lunch, Exhibition and Networking Exhibition and Networking Break 19:45 - 22:15 Conference Dinner Castle Heidelberg, Königssaal 2014 Meeting ends at approximately 13:00 ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg
  • 5. Networking Programme All registered ICIC participants are invited to join our Vienna Networking Programme. Conference Welcome Reception & Lunches Welcome Reception at a special place in Heidelberg sponsorship minesoft. Conference Dinner Conference Dinner at Heidelberg Castle, Tuesday 14 October Coffee Breaks All Coffee Breaks (during the conference) sponsored by InfoChem ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg ©WolfgangGerhartz,ChristophHaxel,HeidelbergerSchlossRestaurants&EventsGmbH&Co.KG
  • 6. ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg Sponsors BizInt is sponsoring the printed Conference Programme Evolvus is sponsoring the Conference Wallets InfoChem is sponsoring the Coffee Breaks minesoft is sponsoring the Reception on Sunday Molecular Connections is sponsoring the Conference Buses Exhibitors
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  • 8. ICIC 2014 12 - 15 OCTOBER . Heidelberg 2015 II-SDV Meeting Nice, 19-20 April 2015 Call for Offers of Presentations Exhibition, and Workshops Offers of presentations should include an informative title, a short, descriptive abstract as to what will be covered, plus a short biography of the proposed speaker. News of entirely new products, or beta versions of substantial upgrades to existing products, may be of interest to meeting attendees. Presentations accepted will be expected to make real contributions to the field of new trends, mainly in scientific, technical, business, patent and information searching, analysis, visualisation, and data mining, or in furthering the understanding of the meeting participants in the general search and intelligence tools and mining areas. All presentations will be in full sessions; there are no breakout or parallel sessions at this meeting. The conference language will be English. Those presenting will be given one free registration to the two-day conference (one registration per presentation). Speaker expense reimbursement will not normally be offered. Please send offers by email to Christoph Haxel at Dr. Haxel CEM GmbH (c@haxel.com) Offers will be considered at the time of submission, but not if received after 31st October, 2014. Presentations should emphasise new trends in tools for intelligence, search, mining and visualization research and technology, and directly related areas Some theme areas of particular interest for the 2015 Meeting are: • Joint presentations by a user with a vendor concerning new software implementation. • New tools for competitive intelligence. • Developments in search engines, including personalization, recommendation engines, collaborative filtering. • New visualization tools and mapping. • New tools for analysing or manipulating big data, including news analysis. • New data and text mining tools. • Advances in text searching and analysis (such as patent, techno-economic and news searching), mining, mapping and analysis. • User identification and testing of new information tools. • Training and adaptation for new tools. There will be a limited number of exhibition spaces in the main conference area (table-top). Contact the organisers early, since places are limited. All exhibitors will be given a short 6 minute „product presentation“ slot during the main conference sessions. The organisers are interested in featuring one (or maximum two) post-conference workshops, following the conference programme. Workshops should be in subject areas relevant to those attending this meeting, and should be offered by experienced workshop presenters. For an initial discussion, those interested in giving a workshop should contact c@haxel.com
  • 9. ICIC 2015 19 - 20 October Nice ©iStockphoto

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