2015 Manchester Forum on Data Science, TechMining and Innovation

Manchester Institute of Innovation Research
Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
29-30 October 2015

29 October, 2015 – Day 1

14:30-14:45 Registration, coffee/tea available
14:45-15:00 Opening remarks, introductions
15:00-15:25 Danile Rotolo; Funding data: Collection, coding, and caveats
15:25-15:50 Peter van den Besselaar; The SMS infrastructure for Science Technology and Innovation Studies – a demonstrator
15:50-16:10 Break (Tea/Coffee)
16:10-16:35 Jan Youtie; Assessing Connections between Cognitive Science and Education
16:35-17:00 Maria Karaulova, How international is internationally collaborated research? A bibliometric study of collaboration networks of Russian surname holders
17:00-17:25 Ad Notten; The effects of organizational and geographical diversity on EU-FP7 funded ICT research

30 October, 2015 – Day 2

08:00-08:30 Tea/Coffee available
08:30-08:45 Opening remarks
08:45-10:00 Research in Progress Presentations

Serhat Burmaoglu; Scientometric Based Technology Policy Development Model: A Case of Nanotechnology Policy for a Developing Country
Benjamín Vargas Quesada; Visualizing graphene science and evolution
Alec Waterworth; Profiling green good sector enterprise in China: An exploratory Alibaba web mining analysis Waterworthetal-2014-CN-GG-Alibabawebmining (1)
Rosa Rio-Belver; Study of the changes in innovation output of companies before and after getting certified under the R&D&i management standard UNE 166002. Use of web mining tools to characterize stages in innovation management proficiency
Fernando Palop; 3-D analytics technique for research options comparison
Marisela Rodriguez; Global trends on additive manufacturing: latest inventions in the opthalmology field

10:00-10:25 Scott Cunningham, A Workflow for Doing Tech Mining in Python
10:25-10:50 Iñaki Bildosola, Novel approach for depicting emerging technologies: The case of cloud computing
10:50-11:00 Break (Tea/Coffee)
11:00-11:25 Rainer Frietsch, A method to identify computer-implemented inventions at the EPO
11:25-11:50 Peter Keefe, Customising VP scripts for ‘one click’ automated patent analysis
11:50-12:25 Chris Harrison, The Patent Guide: A handbook for analysing and interpreting patent data
12:25-12:50 Michael Wustmans, Semantic patent analysis – how to use modern methods for monitoring technological convergence and strategic technology planning
12:50-13:30 Lunch
13:30-13:55 Mike Thelwall; More precise impact metrics for citation data: The importance of the geometric mean
13:55-14:20 Paul Oldham; Analytics for decision making in development: Scientific Landscaping in Africa
14:20-14:45 Keith Julian; Telling the whole story: seeing past indicators to the signals in bibliometric information using PCA
14:45-15:00 Break (Tea/Coffee)
15:00-15:25 Jaso Larruscain, Analysing the influence of renewable energy R&D projects on local clusters in Europe
15:25-15:50 Yanchao Li, Responsible Research and Innovation in practice – early insights from the UK’s new synthetic biology research centres
15:50-16:00 Closing remarks
16:00 Forum closes

Book of Abstracts: Manchester2015Abstracts_final