Last week I went to Umeå to take part in the Swedish Language Technology Conference, SLTC 2016.
I presented a poster with the title: A Sentiment model for Swedish with automatically created training data and handlers for language specific traits, based on the master thesis by Michelle Ludovici. She has created a model for Swedish sentiment analysis and applied the model to news texts.
The next SLTC will be held in Stockholm in 2018 and it will be organized by the linguistics department at Stockholm University and DSV.
Now I am here at my nine months sabbatical stay at CSIRO and Macquarie University in the Sydney suburb North Ryde. I have a office at CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation). CSIRO has many locations in Australia and over 5,000 employees. Macquarie university has 40,000 students and and 3,000 employees, half are academic and half are administrative. On Monday Nov 14, I gave a talk at the Department of Computing at Macquarie University with the title HEALTH BANK – A Workbench for Data Science Applications in Healthcare. My hosts are Dr Cecile Paris at CSIRO and Dr Diego Molla at Macquarie University. The sabbatical stay is funded by RJ, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
My research colleagues at CSIRO including my host Dr Cecile Paris, third from right.
Macquarie University Campus, built 1963
Hercules talks at Department of Computing, Macquarie University
Dr Rolf Schwitter and prof Mark Johnson at Macquarie University, second and third from left.
University park, view from university food court, behind the National Park can be observed
The Campus is close to a National Park
A paper written by Mousumi Kabir and Lazar Rusu and entitled: “IT Project Development using Capability Maturity Model” has been published in Information Resources Management Journal, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 35-48, 2016
A paper written by Labidi Pascal David Gbangou and Lazar Rusu and entitled: “Factors Hindering Business-IT Alignment in the Banking Sector of a Developing Country” has been published in Procedia Computer Science, Vol. 100, pp.280-288, 2016.
A paper written by Ilkka Ritola, Rokas Siugzda and Lazar Rusu and entitled: “The Influence of Organizational Politics on Business-IT Alignment ” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2016.
Välbesökt jubileumsseminarium om Artificiell intelligens för analys av
patientjournaler den 9 sept 2016, av professorerna Henrik Boström och Hercules Dalianis.
Över 40 deltagare från industri, sjukvård, forskning lyssnade och
ställde frågor som ledde till en spänstig dialog om framtidens
system för att hitta biverkningar av läkemedel och vårdskador, men också
system för att koda diagnoser rätt för att planera sjukvården på ett
bättre sätt. Efter seminariet dröjde sig många deltagare kvar för att
diskutera i små grupper.
Olof Jacobsson presented a poster co-written with Hercules Dalianis with the title Applying deep learning on electronic health records in Swedish to predict healthcare-associated infections, at 15th Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing, BioNLP 2016 that was held in conjunction with ACL 2016, in Berlin, Germany, August 12, 2016.
BioNLP had 30 accepted papers this year and an acceptance rate of 40 percent. There were around 90 participants at the workshop.
Rebecka Weegar that also participated at the workshop wrote jointly with Olof Jacobsson a short report on the best papers of the workshop. It is available on request.
The BioNLP 2016 proceedings can be found here.
Olof Jacobsson is presenting the poster and Sumithra and one other participant is listening
Petter Andersson and Amanda Sjöberg defended their master thesis with the title Generating and evaluating an automatic mapping between SNOMED-CT and the Swedish extension codes of ICD-10 based on lexical similarities, PDF, successfully on May 30, 2016!
Foto from the master thesis group from an earlier occasion.
On June 3, 2016 our colleague Mohamed El-Mekawy, PhD student in IT Management group at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully his doctoral thesis entitled: “From Theory to Practice of Business-IT Alignment: Barriers, an Evaluation Framework and Relationships with Organisational Culture”. His PhD thesis is available to be downloaded at the following link: http://su.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:920065/FULLTEXT01.pdf
On behalf of research group in IT Management I would like to congratulate Mohamed El-Mekawy for this great achievement. Some pictures from this event are included below.
During June 1st to June 3rd, 2016 the IT Management group at DSV has been the host of the visit of Professor Edimara Mezzomo Luciano from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Porto Alegre, Brazil. The purpose of the visit has been to establish a research collaboration between the research group in IT Management at DSV and IT Management and Governance research group at the Business School at PUCRS.
Professor Edimara Mezzomo Luciano is leading the research group in IT Management and Governance at Business School at PUCRS that we noticed to have similar research interests with the research done by the IT Management group at DSV. For more information about Professor Edimara Mezzomo Luciano’s research please access the following links: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Edimara_Mezzomo_Luciano/ and http://lattes.cnpq.br/2607532326321244
On the June 2nd, 2016 we had a seminar at DSV in which Professor Edimara Mezzomo Luciano has done a presentation concerning “Information Systems in Brazil and at PUCRS: current status and perspectives” . The seminar has also included discussions with the members of the research group in IT Management and a presentation of the recent research done in IT Management area at DSV.
The research visit has been a fruitful one and has opened different possibilities for establishing a research cooperation between DSV and Business School at PUCRS.
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