Natalia Manola

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Short CV

Natalia Manola is a research associate in the University of Athens, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications and the “Athena” Technology and Innovation Research Center. She holds a Physics degree from the University of Athens, and an MS in Electrical and Computing Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She has several years of employment as a Software Engineer and Architect employed in the Bioinformatics sector. From 2009 she has served as the managing director of OpenAIRE , a pan European e-Infrastructure supporting open access in all scientific results, and is currently coordinating OpenMinTeD a H2020 infrastructural project on text and data mining. She has since expanded her expertise in Open Science policies and implementation, currently serving in the Open Science Policy Platform, an EC high level Expert Group to provide advice about the development and implementation of open science policy in Europe. Her research interests include the topics of e-Infrastructures development and management, scientific data management, data curation and validation, text and data mining complex data Visualization, and research analytics.

ABOUT PRESENTATION 
TITLE

How we explore, model, analyze and visualize systematic research in OpenAIRE utilizing Topic Modeling Services

PRESENTATION ABSTRACT

In this talk, we describe the methodology as well as related tools, services, metrics and visualizations that we use in OpenAIRE to explore, model, analyze and visualize systematic research in E.U. and worldwide. Focusing on Topic Modelling services we mine both the textual content and the related side information (e.g., meta-data, semantic annotations, links) of all scholarly, patent or other project / Programme specific information in order to identify underlying thematic information (i.e., low-dimensional multi-view latent representations named “topics”) and corresponding overlapping clusters/communities combining all disparate information sources. Generated topics are later used in subsequent tasks such as trend and similarity analysis, or information mapping and retrieval.

When
DAY 1 - 10:00 Welcome Plenary  

Welcome on behalf of four organising projects: OpenAIRE, OpenMinTeD, OpenUP, FOSTER

DAY 2 - 14:00 PARALLEL SESSION 4 (14:00) & 5 (16:00) 

Open Science Monitor

DAY 2 - 14:00 PARALLEL SESSION 5 (16:00) 

TDM: Unlocking a goldmine of information

DAY 2 - 16:00 PARALLEL SESSION  5 

Open Science Monitor

DAY 3 - 09:00 PARALLEL SESSION 6 (09:00) & 7 (11:30)

National and European e-infrastructure cooperation for open science

See full programme here.