Name: Dr. Keun Ho Ryu (Professor of Chungbuk National University, Korea; Vice president of Personalized Medicine Tumor Engineering Research Center)
Title of talk: Text Mining: Is it old fashion or evolution? Experience with development.
In this talk, we will discuss an experience of the text mining and development of application. First we will review text mining, data mining, and bio-text mining. Then, the user requirement from Korean NIH will be described: bio-entity identification, annotation event detection, evidential qualifier association, and databases record completion. Depending on the user request, we have developed the bio-text mining system. We describe the experience with comprehensive examples as step by step.
Keun Ho Ryu received the BS degree from Soongsil University in 1976 and the Ms and the Ph.D degree from Yonsei University, Korea, in 1980 and 1988 respectively. He is a professor at Chungbuk National University in Korea and a leader of group of database and bioinformatics laboratory as well as a vice president of Personalized Medicine Tumor Engineering Research Center. He served Korean Army as ROTC. He worked not only at University of Arizona as Post-doc and research scientist but also at ETRI (Electronics& Telecommunications Research Institute), Korea. He has served on numerous international journals¡¦ reviewer and program committees including the IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA) and the Very Large Data Base (VLDB), and so on. His research interests are included in temporal databases, spatiotemporal databases, stream data processing, knowledgebase information, security, data mining, and bioinformatics and biomedical informatics. He is a member of the IEEE and member of the ACM since 1983.
Please refer the website http://dblab.chungbuk.ac.kr for more detail projects, publications, laboratory members, and so on.
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