Spring Text Mining Conference 2019

Event
March 20, 2019 to March 22, 2019
Venue: Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Linguamatics Spring Text Mining Conference 2019 will take place on 20-22 March 2019 at the Moller Centre in Cambridge, UK. Read below for more information on speakers, presentations and workshops. 

See the agenda here.

 

Read about last year's event here.

Join the conversation: #STMC19

Agenda

Download agenda here.

 

Speakers and Bios

Lydia Drumright

University Lecturer, Clinical Informatics, Addenbrookes

Full biography coming soon!

Christopher Dunn

IDMP Specialist, Johnson & Johnson

Full biography coming soon!

Mathias Leddin

Senior Data Scientist for Biomedical Information, Roche

Full biography coming soon!

Costas Mistrellides

IDMP Regulatory Affairs Coordinator, Johnson & Johnson

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Elzbieta Skrzypek

Lead Information Scientist, Cell Signaling Technology

Full biography coming soon!

Presentations and Abstracts

Presentations coming soon!

Workshops

We have hands-on training workshops run by our text mining experts available for total beginners, intermediate users and also advanced users.

See this year's Hands-On Training Workshop selection guide for the schedule and descriptions.

I2E Certificate Program

At this year's conference you can test your qualifications for the I2E Query User Certificate. This exciting opportunity will allow you to validate, extend and improve your I2E skills.

The Level 1 Query User Certificate will be open to those who attend the “Introduction to I2E” hands-on workshops that will take place at the STMC this April, as well as more established users, who have already attended the “Introduction to I2E” training. 

You will receive a certificate of attendance for our training sessions to show the value you’re bringing to your organization. It’s free to join in as part of your registration.

The I2E Query User Certificate will focus on using and editing basic queries and Resource queries to:

  • Create simple queries with different constraints, morphological variants, preferred terms and alternative lists
  • Use classes to improve recall and precision of queries with linguistic classes, ontologies, and pattern ontologies
  • Work with results by using limits, output formats and displays
  • Use Resource queries to answer common questions

5 Reasons to attend

  1. Complete the I2E Certificate Program, allowing you to validate, extend and improve your I2E skills
  2. Hands on training for all levels of I2E experience
  3. Exchange ideas and network with others using I2E
  4. Learn about industry trends and best practices from our customers, partners and industry experts
  5. See the latest product updates and demonstrations