Our new courses are online, it is time for you to continue mining data, may it be image data or even bigger data.
18.03. - 24.03.2013:
Time for the mountains, we escaped from our offices for our yearly research retreat in the alps.
We survived our marking marathon with more than 200 exams in this semester.
It is already time for the yearly nicolaus release of KNIME. 2.7.0 is our number now. Find a list of new features here.
Martin and Christian have been at the ImageJ User and Developer conference 2012 in Luxembourg to give a workshop about integrating ImageJ into KNIME for High-throughput Image Analysis.
03.09. - 07.09.2012
We are hosting the KNIME Open Source Days (KOS-Days)
Check out our newest book, the result of the EU BISON Project. Bisociative Knowledge Discovery focuses on the discovery of new, domain bridging connections and patterns, supporting creative discoveries.
19.03. - 25.03.2012: We are away for our yearly research week in the mountains.
01.12.2012: KNIME 2.5.0 sets the first foot in the world.
29.10.2011: Tobias Kötter contributes two paper to this years IDA2011. The first (Bisociative Discovery of Interesting Relations Between Domains) is joined work with Nagel, Thiel, Piatek and Berthold, the other (Mining Fault-tolerant Item Sets using Subset Size Occurrence Distributions) he created together with Christian Borgelt.
17.10.2011: Start of semester. See our courses here.
04.10. - 07.10.2011: We are hosting the KNIME Open Source Days (KOS Days), bringing together KNIME Open Source developers for a week of mutual programming, discussions, and presentations.
06.09.2011: Iris Adä gives a talk in the research workshop of the ECE Department of the University of Alberta
21.07 - 02.09.2011: Visit of Javier de la Dehesa (Universidad de Cantabria)
16.07.2011: End of semester
07.07.2011: KNIME v2.4.0 is released.
07.06. - 09.06.2011: José Balcázar is visiting our reseach group and is givjng his talk Towards a Logic of Association Rules
06.06. - 02.09.2011: Madison MacDonald is attending our group as an intern. The intership is part of the DAAD RISE program.
05.05.2011: Dr. Thorsten Meinl presents at the Molecular Informatics Open Source Software workshop