PIUG 2012 Annual Conference
An International Conference for Patent Information Professionals
View From a Mile High –
Best Practices in Analysis and Visualization of Patent Information
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Saturday April 28 – Thursday May 3, 2012
Denver Hilton City Center
(formerly Denver Marriott City Center)
1701 California Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
PIUG 2012 Annual Conference Presentations – April 2012
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Monday, April 30, 2012
Welcome, Anthony Trippe, PIUG Chair, 3LP Advisor
Keynote presentation: "Why I Hate Patents", Jason Mendelson, Managing Director, Foundry Group
Enabling New Search and Discovery via In-line Tagging of Patent Full Text, Stephen Boyer,* Thomas Griffin, Alfredo Alba, Su Yan, Ying Chen, W. Scott Spangler, W. Eric Louie, and W. Jeff Kreulen, IBM Almaden Research Center
Strategic Analysis of Large Portfolios Using Patent Quality and Relevance Statistics, Elvir Causevic, Ocean Tomo
Highly Scalable Techniques for Document to Document Comparison, Brian Cleary, The Interllective, Inc.
The Role of Agile Text Mining in Patent Search and Analysis, David Milward,* Chief Technology Officer, and Jeffrey Nauss, Linguamatics
Landscaping Beyond Analysis and Visualization: Strategic Business Integration, Tom Briscoe, Dako and Ric Snead, Product Specialist and Trainer, Thomson Reuters
If You Can’t Use It, Why Do It? Tailoring Client-Specific IP Analysis & Visualization, Barry Brager, Perception Partners, Inc.
Patent Landscape for Large Scale Biological Sequence Comparisons, Denis Bayada, GenomeQuest, Inc.
Landscape Analysis of Patent Space Based on Biological/Chemical Entities, W. Scott Spangler, IBM Almaden Research Center
Inherent Document Value, Jenny Qiu, Patentics.com
Use of Network Patent Analysis for Advanced Analysis of Patent Data, Mike Lloyd, Griffith Hack, Doris Spielthenner, Ambercite, and George Mokdsi, Griffith Hack
From Map-making to Exploration: Navigating Patent Landscapes at the Speed of Thought, Tyron Stading, Innography, Inc.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Visualizing Innovation Networks for Competitive Advantage, Nicole Quenneville, The Boston Consulting Group (Presentation is not available.)
Patent Analysis and Visualization: Today's Challenges and Opportunities, Nils Newman, Search Technology, Inc.
Micro Level Patent Analysis and Visualization of Sequence Data, Praguna Singh Sambyal and Ashish Nawani, Evalueserve
Beyond the Search Engine: Using Text Mining and Visualization to Explore and Organize Large Patent Document Sets, Michael Baycroft, IFI CLAIMS Patents Services
Patent Office Updates, Marla Grossman, Esq., Coalition for Patent and Trademark Dissemination
Case Law Update and Changes to the Board, Rick Neifeld, Neifeld IP Law, PC
CPC: EPO and USPTO's Joint Cooperative Patent Classification System, Jerry Lorengo, USPTO
Information Resources of the Eurasian Patent Office (EAPO), Khabibullo Fayazov, EAPO
Researching Russian Patents, Aleksandr Belinskiy, Patent Information Consultant
EPO’s Role from Raw Data to User Insight, Johannes Schaaf, EPO
Open Data: A Quest for the Holy Grail or a Wild Goose Chase?, Daniel Shalloe, European Patent Office
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
No Patent Left Behind – a Prerequisite in Biomedical Competitive Intelligence, Parthiban Srinivasan, Parthys Reverse Informatics
New Software Developments on Chemical Information Extraction from Patent Documents and Markush Structure Analysis, Wei (David) Deng, ChemAxon LLC
Using IP Legal Status as a Competitive Intelligence Tool, John Arenivar, 3M Company
The Emerging Field of Antibody-drug Conjugates Provides New Opportunities for Cross-discipline Searching, Leah Sandvoss, Manager – Patent Searching & Information, Pfizer, Inc.
Utilizing Patent Analytics for Competitive Advantage & Decision Making, Bob Stembridge, Thomson Reuters (Presentation is not available.)
Preparing Data for Analysis and Visualization from Multiple Patent Databases, John Willmore, BizInt Solutions, Inc.
Patent Cartography Redesigned: A New Generation of Patent Mapping Tools, Miguel Iglesias, Questel
Managing Customer Expectations in Analysis and Visualization Projects, Matthew McBride, Science IP
Patent Informationist at the US National Institutes of Health, Josh Duberman, NIH Library (Presentation is not available.)
From After Dark to Google Dark: A Search Odyssey, Kristine Atkinson, Boston Scientific Corporation
Is Prior Art Valuable Service? A Corollary to Searcher Certification, Robert Grantham, Reveal-IP LLC
One Step Closer Towards a Certification Scheme for the Patent Information Professional, Susanne Hantos, Davies Collison Cave
Determining the Strength of a Patent, Ron Kaminecki, Patent Attorney
Closing Remarks, Anthony Trippe, PIUG Chair, 3LP Advisor