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29th ICIC International Conference for the Information Community

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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 100 attendees from the main sci-tech companies and information, service or software providers. It will be a venue where attendees will learn about new ways to work with disseminate scientific and patent information.
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 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 20 stands is integrated within the conference. Attendance at these meetings is highly international, with no one nationality predominating.

The 2017 ICIC conference is organised by Dr Haxel Congress and Event Management.
Subject Areas for the 2017 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.
Next ICIC: 23 - 24 October 2017, Heidelberg, Germany.
Location: Heidelberg Congress House
http://www.heidelberg-conventions.com/

Neckarstaden 24, 69117 Heidelberg

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29th ICIC International Conference for the Information Community

  1. 1. ICIC is the International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals www.haxel.com DR. HAXEL CONGRESS & EVENT MANAGEMENT GMBH ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG ©ChristophHaxel
  2. 2. ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG ICIC 2017 - The Meeting ICIC is the International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals. 29th 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 100 attendees from the main sci-tech companies and information, service or software providers. It will be a venue where attendees will learn about new ways to work with disseminate scientific and patent information. 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 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 20 stands is integrated within the conference. Attendance at these meetings is highly international, with no one nationality predominating. The 2017 ICIC conference is organised by Dr Haxel Congress and Event Management. Subject Areas for the 2017 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. ©ChristophHaxel
  3. 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 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 19:30 - 22:00 Welcome Reception with Fingerfood, Großer Mohr, Untere Straße 5-7 Heidelberg Registration Stadthalle Heidelberg – Congress Center Heidelberg 19:30 - 22:00 Conference Dinner at Palais Prinz Carl, Kornmarkt 1, 69117 Heidelberg 15:00-18:00 Registration Starts at 09:00 • Welcome Speech Christoph Haxel (Dr. Haxel Congress and Event Management GmbH, AUT) • The Next Era: Deep Learning for Biomedical Research – Srinivasan Parthiban (Parthys Reverse Informatics, IND) • AI (Artificial Intelligence) and its use in patent drafting and searching Willem-Geert Lagemaat (Lighthouse IP Group, NED) • New Product Introductions - Minesoft / BizInt / Infochem • Freeware and public databases: Towards a Wiki Drug Discovery? Fernando Huerta (Chemical information systems consultant, SE), Alexander Minidis (Collaborative Drug Discovery – CDD VAULT, SWE) • New Product Introduction – FIZ Karlsruhe / Gridlogics Technologies / Lighhouse IP • How to effectively monitor Technological Developments in IP Jochen Spuck (Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, SUI), Kornel Marko (Averbis, GER) • Facilitating Insights through Patent Analysis Education Inbar Yasur (Hipusit Information Services, Israel) • New Product Introductions - CFL Software / EXPERT SYSTEM Deutschland • Building a Linked Data Knowledge Graph for the Scholarly Publishing Domain – The Springer Nature SciGraph Henning Schönenberger (SpringerNature, GER) 10:30 - 11:00 Exhibition and Networking Break 12:00 - 14:00 Lunch, Exhibition and Networking 15:30 - 16:00 Exhibition and Networking Break SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER MONDAY 23 OCTOBER ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG
  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 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 Starts at 09:00 • Publication Analysis and Publication Strategy Dieter Küry (Novartis Pharma, SUI) • Babies and bathwater: Keeping linguistics alongside machine learning in patent search – David Wools (CFL Software, GBR) • Opening up the world of chemical patents – Robert Poolman (Minesoft, GBR) • New Product Introductions - infoapps • Technology-Assisted Literature Monitoring in the Legal and Business Industries: Maximizing Opportunity and Minimizing Risk Giovanni Ciavarra (ISS Innovative Science Solutions, USA) • Funding early-stage research software: from concept to prototype and beyond. Case studies from Digital Science’s Catalyst Grant – Steve Scott (Digital Science, UK) 15:30 - 17:00 • Tutorial - Digging bioactive chemistry out of patents using open resources Christopher Southan (The IUPHAR/BPS Guide to PHARMACOLOGY, GBR) Closing Remarks – Christoph Haxel (Dr. Haxel Congress and Event Management GmbH, AUT) 2017 Meeting ends at approximately 17:00 • Open data in chemistry: the fast track to scientific content – Josef Eiblmaier, Dorothee Gepper, Heinz Saller (InfoChem, GER) • Cheminformatics Scaling-up for the Age of Big Data Árpád Figyelmesi (ChemAxon, HUN) • New Product Introductions 10:30 - 11:00 Exhibition and Networking Break 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch, Exhibition and Networking 15:00 - 15:30 Exhibition and Networking Break TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG
  5. 5. Networking Programme All registered ICIC participants are invited to join our Heidelberg Networking Programme. Conference Welcome Reception & Lunches Welcome Reception at a special place in Heidelberg Conference Dinner Conference Dinner at Palais Prinz Carlt, Monday 23 October sponsored by minesoft. Coffee Breaks All Coffee Breaks (during the conference) Sponsorship open ©ChristophHaxel,WolfgangGerhartz ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG
  6. 6. Sponsors BizInt is sponsoring the printed Conference Programme minesoft is sponsoring the Conference Dinner on Monday Exhibitors ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG
  7. 7. Why should you attend Who should attend the ICIC conference? The ICIC meeting is of importance for all professionals involved in the information world, be they workers or managers in information departments, information application developers, or patent specialists. The fact that the conference has always attracted an enthusiastic audience every year since 1989 testifies to its long-term success as an international focal point for professionals in the information domain. Why should you attend? • A three-day (with workshops) concentration on one clearly defined subject area enables you to improve and hone your skills and to examine possible new ideas. Attending the presentations, and interacting with the speakers, will update you with the best practices and technologies at the moment. • You will be amongst colleagues who confront similar challenges to those you face and you can benefit from each others‘ experiences. Interaction with the expert speakers and with specialists in the exhibition will provide you with a fresh source of facts and ideas. You will network with other professionals from leading international corporations and research centres in the field of professional information, and information technology. • Social networking via electronic media such as Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter enables you to interact with large numbers of people in your subject area. But face-to-face contact such as you will find at the ICIC “family” meeting, including the many meals and receptions taken together, remains unrivalled when it comes to exploring ideas informally and evaluating the experiences and views of others. • The knowledge of best practice for finding, analysing and understanding the contents of information such as that found in patents or in business news is the principal way to anticipate and understand what your organisation‘s competitors are doing or may be planning to do. • Increasingly in the modern world, hard work is the key to success. But unless hard work is complemented by superior skills and professional know-how, hard work alone will not enable companies to survive and thrive. You need to take every opportunity to enhance your professionalism, and this focused information meeting provides such an opportunity. You can then take the new knowledge you have acquired back to your colleagues in the office. You will become an increasingly credible partner for your managers and will be involved in many of their decisions. ©PaulaHaxel ICIC 2017 23-24 OCTOBER . HEIDELBERG
  8. 8. BANGALORE, INDIA2-3 NOVEMBER II-PIC 2017 ©ChristophHaxel 2017 2-3 NOV BANGALORE, INDIA www.haxel.com The International Indian Patent Information Conference for Patent Information Professionals
  9. 9. 23 - 24 APRIL .NICE, FRANCE The International Information Conference on Search, Data Mining and Visualization www.haxel.com II-SDV 2018 ©ChristophHaxel
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