Sabbatical stay at CSIRO and Macquarie University, Sydney Australia

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












About Hercules

I am a professor working at DSV-Stockholm University, I perform research in natural language processing and information retrieval, the last ten years I have been working on text mining on electronic patient records to build useful tools to improve health. Hercules homepage
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