What has been developed?
After very productive 1.5 days, every team presented their accomplishments on the stage, and the whole group had the chance to vote for their favorite projects. Each participant had three votes, one per project / use case that had been presented in the following categories:
- Most innovative idea
- Best presentation
- Best real life applicability
The winning teams
- The overall winner in all three disciplines was the “Disease Dashboard” from Springer Medizin, created by a large and very diverse group of participants. They focused on various analytics tiles that practicing doctors would need for a holistic look at a certain disease.
- The “Semantic Entity Marker” was awarded the second prize. This team received a great score for the most innovative project: a Chrome browser extension that enables analytics by enriching articles with extra useful information from DBpedia, DIMENSIONS, Springer Nature SciGraph and UNSILO.
- The “Hot Topics Analysis” corporate use case finished up in the third place, with great insights discovering key topics that are being focused on by researchers in the Tech industry. The team combined the Computer Science Ontology terms with download and denial data from Springer Nature.
There of course were other great projects as well.
If you're interested you can find more information in the results presentation.