Chaomei Chen’s Resume: Invited Talks, Panels

 

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Year

Title

51

2012

2012 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics & Biomedicine (BIBM). Philadelphia, PA. USA. October 4-7, 2012.

50

2012

Visualizing emerging trends and turning points in the evolution of the scientific literature of biology. History of Biology. Woods Hole, MA. May 20-23, 2012.

49

2012

Structural Variation Theory (SVT): Detect early signs of fundamental change. University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette Louisiana. April 26, 2012.

48

2012

The role of structural variations in the development of scientific knowledge. Penn State University, Feb 27, 2012.

47

2012

Predictive effects of structural variations. International Defense Agency (IDA), Washington D.C. Feb. 24, 2012.

46

2011

Social media and public opinions. iSchool. Drexel University, Nov 8,2011.

45

2011

Foraging in the Universe of Knowledge. iConnect. Drexel University. Oct 11, 2011.

44

2011

The Structure and Dynamics of the Network of Case Citations in Supreme Court Opinions. Law School, Drexel University. Oct. 5, 2011.

43

2011

Does transformative research have early signs? Panel on High Risk, High Reward Research, Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. Atlanta, GA. Sept 16, 2011.

42

2011

Visualizing Science: Hindsight, Insight, and Foresight. The 102nd Annual Meeting of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). Philadelphia, USA. June 13, 2011.

41

2011

Measuring Creativity. William J. Hughes Technical Center, FAA, April 21, 2011

40

2010

Measuring Structural Change in Networks due to New Information. NATO IST-093/RWS-015 Workshop on Visualizing Networks: Coping with Change and Uncertainty. Griffiss Institutes, Rome, NY. October 19-21, 2010. [Internal Access Only: PPT]

39

2010

The Nature of Creativity in Knowledge Discovery. National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), Durham, NC. Sept 10, 2010. [Internal Access Only: PPT]

38

2010

Creative Thinking in Scientific Discovery. Dalian University of Technology. Dalian, China. August 25, 2010. [Internal Access Only: Part1, Part2]

37

2010

The Nature of Critical Connections in Scientific Discovery. Pfizer, Groton, CT. July 30, 2010. [Internal Access Only: PPT]

36

2010

Grand Challenges of Information Visualization. Visualization Workshop, organized by the Air Force Research Laboratory. Dayton, Ohio. April 27-29, 2010. [Internal Access Only: PPT]

35

2009

Modelling Science: Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system. Rathenau Instituut. Royal Academy of the Netherlands. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Oct., 2009.

34

2009

Challenges in Identifying and Interpreting the Nature of Cocitation Clusters. Sept 25, 2009. UNSW, Sydney, Australia.

33

2009

Thomson Reuters Lecture: Eureka’s structural and temporal properties in scientific literature. The University of Melbourne. Melbourne, Australia. Sept 22, 2009.

32

2009

Advanced Seminar, Dalian, China. Sept 12, 2009.

31

2009

CiteSpace: Detecting Patterns and Trends in Scientific Literature. National Science Library, Beijing, China. Sept 11, 2009.

30

2009

An explanatory and computational theory of scientific discovery. Scientometrics Summit 2009. ISTIC, Beijing, China. Sept 11, 2009.

29

2008

Advanced visualization. Powering Innovations: A national submit. Toronto, Canada. Nov 5, 2008. (Panel)

28

2008

Challenges in information visualization and visual analytics. ATL, Lockheed Martin, NJ. October 16, 2008.

27

2008

Macroscopic knowometrics: The analysis of the dynamics of scientific research fronts. DLUT Forum. Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China. Sept 11, 2008.

26

2008

Information visualization and macroscopic knowometrics. Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China. March 28, 2008.

25

2007

Best practices for fostering growth and success within scholarly research communities. TS-SAB, Philadelphia. Nov 27-29, 2007

24

2007

Visual analysis of macroscopic patterns. Drexel Computer Science Colloquium. Nov 12, 2007.

23

2007

Visual analysis of the growth and spread of scientific knowledge. AISTI, Santa Fe. May 16, 2007.

22

2007

Mapping scientific frontiers: from information extraction to pathways of knowledge. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos. Feb 5, 2007.

21

2007

Conflicting opinions and creative ideas. Rutgers University. March 1, 2007.

20

2006

Collective intelligence and holistic sense making. ASIS&T 2006 Panel on Search results visualization. Austin, TX. Nov 6, 2006. [Presentation] (Panel)

19

2005

Visualizing Critical Trails of Scientific Knowledge. Joint 4S/ISSI Panel on Mapping Science. Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Pasadena, CA.  October 22, 2005. Host: Henry Small (Panel)

18

2004

Hagerty Library Scholarly Communication Speaker Series, Drexel University.

17

2004

IEEE Visualization’04

16

2004

Time will tell: Visualizing transient information structures. National Federation of Archive and Indexing Services (NFAIS), Philadelphia. February

15

2003

Invisible colleges, competing paradigms, and growing networks. Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium on Mapping Knowledge Domains, National Academy of Science of the United States of America. Irvine, CA. May 9-11, 2003. Irvine, CA.

14

2002

CHI – Computer Horizon Inc. Haddon Height, NJ. April 1, 2002.

Host: Diana Hicks/Francis Narin

13

2002

Mapping knowledge. ASIST2002. Philadelphia. (Panel)

12

2000

International Conference on Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Science, and Education on the Internet (SSGRR-2000). L’Aquila, Italy. July 31 – August 6, 2000.

11

2001

Information Visualization, Visualization and Virtual Environments Community Club, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (23 May 2001)

Host: Professor Ken Brodlie, University of Leeds

10

2001

Faculty of Science Seminar Series, Brunel University, UK.

9

2001

College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. USA

Host: Professor David Fenske

8

2001

School of Computing Science, Middlesex University, UK

Host: Professor Ann Blandford

7

2001

Department of Computer Science, School of Computer Science, Cybernetics & Electronic Engineering, University of Reading, UK

Host: Professor Rachel Harrison, Head of Department

6

2000

City University

Host: Dr Michael Schroeder

5

2000

School of Computing, University of Plymouth, UK

Host: Professor Vladimir Geroimenko

4

2000

Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, USA

Title: Information Visualisation: A Spatial-Semantic Approach

Hosts: Professors Ben Bederson and Ben Shneiderman

3

1998

Department of Electronics and Computer Science, Southampton University, UK

Host: Professor Wendy Hall

2

1997

Advanced Research and Technology, BT Laboratories, Ipswich, UK

Host: Dr John Davis

1

1996

Department of Computer Science, Sunderland University, UK

Host: Professor Peter Smith