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Understanding the KNIME Server

  • Apr 10, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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6.30pm - Say hello and enjoy pizza and drinks


7.00 - Welcome, introductions.


7.10 pm - Summary of some of the speaker sessions at the recent KNIME UGM in Zurich. This session will highlight the wide range of applications and industries in which KNIME is used. Peter Lindsey

7.40 pm - Break


7.50 pm - Introduction to the KNIME Server - Peter Lindsey


8.00 pm - Enabling Drug Discovery: Sharing Analytics Workflows and Rich Data Reports using KNIME Server by James Lumley.

James works for Research IT at Eli Lilly and is the Technical lead for Lilly’s KNIME platform. He graduated from Reading University in 2000 with a degree in Chemistry and PhD in Computational Chemistry and has over 10 years experience applying predictive modelling to drug discovery projects, with inventive contribution to over 10 patents.  After a brief period at an Oxford based oncology company he joined a London based Biotech startup in 2001 named Arrow Therapeutics, purchased in 2007 by AstraZeneca.  As Head of Computational Chemistry he ran both the drug design support and informatics support for all projects including management of the data registration, reporting and analysis systems. Since leaving Arrow He has had informatics consulting projects with several other small Biotech companies in Oxford and London and was a co-founder of the antiviral drug discovery company Re-viral.  He joined Eli Lilly in late 2011 and works in a global Research dedicated IT team consulting to and supporting all of Lilly’s Discovery Research operations.


8.40 pm - Questions and discussion


9.00 pm Finish

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  • Tom H.

    Thanks for organising this, it was good to see everyone and I came away with some useful bits of info from both the talks and individual conversations.

    April 11, 2014

  • Dane W.

    Would have loved to come but already going to Data Science Toolbox meetup that evening.

    April 1, 2014

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