Category Archives: GTM Conference

2016 Global TechMining Conference

In conjunction with the 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, the VP Institute is sponsored the 6th  Global TechMining Conference on September 13, 2016 at the Universitat Politècnica de València. 09:40-10:40 Session 1A: TECHMINING METHODS 09:40 Wolfgang Glänzel, … Continue reading

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2015 Global TechMining Conference

Proceedings of the 5th Global TechMining Conference – September 16, 2015 DATA SCIENCE AND TECHMINING Session Chair : Arho Suominen Innovation and business growth in a strategic emerging technology: New methods for real-time intelligence on graphene enterprise development and commercialization … Continue reading

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2014 Global TechMining Conference

DEVELOPMENTS IN METHODS A Comparison of Social Science Research on Nanotechnology and Synthetic Biology Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira Presentation PowerPoint Slides Intellectual property search methods and innovation impact therewith beyond expectations  Damien Lapray and Serge Rebouillat Presentation PowerPoint Slides How can a word … Continue reading

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2013 Global TechMining Conference Abstracts

Keynote WEB AND OTHER UNSTRUCTURED DATA Profiling Science and Innovation Policies of Obama Administration by Mining OSTP Web Resources Zhixiong Zhang, Jianhua Liu, Yimin Zou, Jing Xie and Li Qian Using Websites to Understand Factors Associated with Growth in Green … Continue reading

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2012 Global TechMining Conference Abstracts

TechMining and Innovation Bibliometric perspectives on medical innovation using the medical subject headings (MeSH) of PubMed Loet Leydesdorff, Daniele Rotolo and Ismael Rafols Discovering emerging technology trends: with TRIZ and technology roadmapping Yi Zhang, Alan Porter, Ying Guo and Xiao … Continue reading

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Detecting domain dynamics: Association Rule Extraction and diachronic clustering techniques in support of expertise

Extended Abstract – EXTENDING TECHMINING METHODS session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011 Author(s): Ivana Roche, Maha Ghribi, Nathalie Vedovotto, Claire François, Dominique Besagni, Pascal Cuxac (INIST-CNRS); and Dirk Holste, Marianne Hörlesberger, Edgar Schiebel (Austrian Institute of Technology) Identifying the evolution … Continue reading

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Analyzing Metrics for Tech Mining Methodologies

Extended Abstract – EXTENDING TECHMINING METHODS session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011 Author(s): ARHO SUOMINEN (University of Turku) What measures or metrics of technological development are visible and practically attainable within bibliometric data? Are the metrics attained objective, reproducible … Continue reading

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Using Bibliographic Coupling as a Measure of Centerness in R&D Assessment

Extended Abstract – EXTENDING TECHMINING METHODS session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011 Author(s):Jan Youtie, Julia Melkers, Luciano Kay (Georgia Institute of Technology) This paper explores the use of bibliometrics in R&D assessment. In particular, we put forth a bibliographic-coupling … Continue reading

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Profiling Science & Innovation Policy by Object-based Computing

Extended Abstract – MINING NOVEL DATA SOURCES   session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011 Author(s): Zhang Zhixiong, Liu Jianhua, Xie Jing, Zou Yimin (Chinese Academy of Science) Myriad named entities such as science strategies and policies, key initiatives & research programs, … Continue reading

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Socio-Economic Status and Citizen Participation in Crowdsourced Government

Extended Abstract – MINING NOVEL DATA SOURCES   session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011 Author(s): Benjamin Y. Clark, Sung-Gheel Jang, Jeffrey Brudney (University of Cleveland) New technologies are allowing governments to harness a complex flow of data to address a … Continue reading

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