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I lead an R&D team working in the domains of text-mining, digital libraries and open access/science. I am the founder, product and team leader for CORE, which is a service that aggregates millions of open access articles from around the world and makes them available for people to search and machines to text-mine.

Previously, I worked as a Senior Data Scientist at Mendeley on information extraction and content recommendation for research. I have a deep interest in the use of AI to improve research workflows. I have co-founded Semantometrics.org which aim to go beyond bibliometrics and altmetrics to produce new research evaluation methods that make use of the publication full-texts in research assessment.

I have been involved as a researcher and as a PI in a number of European Commission, national and international funded research projects in the areas of text-mining, open science and eLearning.

Keys: Natural Language Processing, Text and data mining Open Access, Open Science, Scholarly communication Information Retrieval, Information Extraction, Recommendation systems, Scientometrics

Team: Lucas Anastasiou, Matteo Cancellieri, Helene de Ribaupierre, Drahomira Herrmannova, , Samuel Pearce, Nancy Pontika

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Charalampous, A. and Knoth, P. (2017) Classifying document types to enhance search and recommendations in digital libraries, 21st International Conference on Theory and Practise of Digital Libraries (TPDL), Thessaloniki, Greece

 

Knoth, P., Gooch, P. and Jack, K. (2017) What Others Say About This Work? Scalable Extraction of Citation Contexts from Research Papers, 21st International Conference on Theory and Practise of Digital Libraries (TPDL), Thessaloniki, Greece

 

Pride, D. and Knoth, P. (2017) Incidental or influential? - Challenges in automatically detecting citation importance using publication full texts, 21st International Conference on Theory and Practise of Digital Libraries (TPDL), Thessaloniki, Greece

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Knoth, P., Anastasiou, L., Charalampous, A., Cancellieri, M., Pearce, S., Pontika, N. and Bayer, V. (2017) Towards effective research recommender systems for repositories, Open Repositories 2017

 

Cancellieri, M., Knoth, P. and Krznarich, E. (2017) COR(E)CID: Analysing the use of unique author identifiers in repositories via CORE to support the uptake of ORCID iDs, Poster at Open Repositories (OR2017), Brisbane, Australia

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