Proceedings of the Collaborative European Research Conference 2020 are now online!

It has taken a while, but now the proceedings of the last Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC 2020) are now online on CEUR-WS.org.

The 2020 proceedings are available under: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2815/.

To download as zip-file: ftp://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/pub/publications/CEUR-WS/Vol-2815.zip.

The multidisciplinary Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC) is an annual event that takes place since 2011 when it was initiated by University partners across Europe. It brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines in order to foster knowledge transfer, inter-disciplinary exchange and collaboration. For more information about the conference, please check the website http://www.cerc-conf.eu.

Book Chapter published in Student Handbook “Praxishandbuch Forschungsdatenmanagement”

We are glad to announce that our chapter to the student handbook “Praxishandbuch Forschungsdatenmanagement” (Engl.: practice handbook research data management) was accepted and got printed at De Gruyter. Our chapter addresses the foundations of Data Visualization, which is explained on behalf of selected examples.

The book covers nowadays societal research challenges in pespective of data management and how current approaches in research can helo to handle it. Therewith, events such as the entry into force of the code “Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice” of the German Research Foundation (DFG) or the establishment of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) put providers, producers and users of research data in front of specialist, technical, legal and organizational challenges. The practical handbook for research data management comprehensively covers all relevant aspects of research data management and the current framework conditions in the data ecosystem.

In particular, the practical implications of data policy and law, the respective data market, data culture, personal qualification, data management and “FAIR” data transfer and reuse are examined. The practical handbook also provides an overview of projects, developments and challenges in Research data management.

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Two Paper accepted at 6th Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC 2020)

At the this year’s Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC 2020) two of our students papers titled “Visual Dashboards in Trend Analytics to Observe Competitors and Leading Domain Experts” and “A Future Prospect for European Collaboration on Advanced Analytics in Economy and Society” were accepted for presentation. Due to Corona epidemic the conference is hold virtually. The multidisciplinary CERC is an annual event that takes place since 2011 when it was initiated by University partners across Europe. It brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines in order to foster knowledge transfer, inter-disciplinary exchange and collaboration.

Paper #1: Visual Dashboards in Trend Analytics to Observe Competitors and Leading Domain Experts

Abstract:
The rapid changes due to digitalization challenges a variety of market players and forces them to find strategies to be aware of changes in these markets, particularly those that impacts their business. The main challenge is how a practical solution could look like and how technology can support market players in these trend ob-servation tasks. The paper outlines therefore a technological solution to observe specific authors e.g. researchers who influence a certain market or engineers of competitor. In many branches both are well-known groups to market players and there is almost the need of a technology that support the topical observation. The main contributions of this paper are next to the concept of how a visual dash-board could enable a market observation and how data has to be processed for it, the prototypical implementation which enables an evaluation later on. Further-more, the definition of a principal technological analysis for innovation and tech-nology management is created and is also an important contribution to the scien-tific community that specifically considers the technology perspective and it cor-responding requirements.

Link to paper/fulltext: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2815/CERC2020_paper14.pdf

More information about the technology: Scitics for Visual Trend Analytics

Paper #2: A Future Prospect for European Collaboration on Advanced Analytics in Economy and Society

Abstract:
Analytical Reasoning by applying machine learning approaches, artificial intelli-gence, NLP and visualizations allow to get deep insights into the different do-mains of various stakeholders and enable to solve complex tasks. Thereby the tasks are very heterogenous and subject of investigation in the different areas of application. These tasks or challenges should be defined by the stakeholders themselves and lead through a deep investigation to advanced analytical ap-proaches. We therefore set up a strategic alliance of research, enterprises and so-cietal organization with the goal of a strong collaboration to identify in a first step these challenges and workout technological solutions for each application scenar-io. We give in this paper a first draft of current challenges and technological ad-vancements. The main contribution of this paper is next to an accurate description of the current challenges in the analytics domain, also the description of an agen-da how these challenges can be solved. Furthermore, a process is explained, how the strategic alliance should act and organize their work to realize beneficial and useful analytical solutions.

Link to paper/fulltext: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2815/CERC2020_paper27.pdf

The whole proceedings of the CERC 2020 are available under: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2815/.