Labs will be at the 2018 Web Conference (WWW 2018). This is the major conference on research related to the Web. Corey Harper will be presenting work on predicting discourse type segments at SAVE-SD workshop on Tuesday. Paul Groth is giving a keynote at the BigNet workshop and will be on panel at the PROFILES:Data Search workshop both on Tuesday. Paul is also chairing a session. Corey and Paul will be their the entire week so if you see us say hello.
Ron Daniel will be attending the AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, February 15-19. In addition to the main program, Ron will be "Researching Scientific Production". If you are heading to Austin, be sure to get in touch with Ron.
Helena Deus will be attending the 4th International Workshop on Pattern Mining & Application of Big Data (BigPMA 2017) on December 11. The workshop is part of IEEE Big Data 2017 located at the Westin Copley Plaza in Boston.
Lena will be presenting research titled, "Combining pattern matching with word embeddings for the extraction of experimental variables from scientific literature." The work was co-authored by Lena, Ron Daniel, Corey Harper, and Darin McBeath.
Paul Groth will be talking about AI for constructing knowledge graphs at Connected Data London 2017. He will also be on a panel talking about the relationship between AI and connected data. If you're at the event come say hi.
The 11th Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop will take place on October 28, co-located with the Dublin Core Annual Conference and ASIS&T. Mike Lauruhn will be presenting on research conducted with Paul Groth and Sujit Pal ("How Should We Include Automated Agents and the Crowd in Formal KOS Maintenance Processes?") as part of the Science KOS Methodology Issues session of the workshop.
Elsevier is once again proud to be a sponsor at the annual FORCE11 Research Communication and e-Scholarship Conference. This year's conference is 25–27 October in Berlin. Be sure to network with some of the Elsevier participants, including Helena Cousijn, Paul Groth, William Gunn, Christina Lohr, and Eleonora Presani.