Research

Publications

  • Multi-Trajectory Models of Chronic Kidney Disease Progression. American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium Proceedings, Chicago, forthcoming. Authors: Philipp Burckhardt, Prof. Daniel Nagin, Prof. Rema Padman

  • Analyzing Self-Help Forums with Ontology-Based Text Mining: An Exploration in Kidney Space. American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium Proceedings, San Francisco, 2015. Authors: Philipp Burckhardt, Prof. Rema Padman

Technical Reports

Conference Presentations

2016

  • Real-Time Machine Learning with Node.js. Talk at the Node.js Interactive US conference, Austin, November 2016
  • Multi-Trajectory Models of Chronic Kidney Disease Progression. Talk at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, November 2016, joint work with Daniel Nagin and Rema Padman
  • Real-Time Machine Learning with Node.js. Talk at the EmpireNode conference, New York, November 2016
  • Text Mining with Node.js. Talk at the Node.js Interactive Europe conference, Amsterdam, September 2016
  • Workshop: Interactive Numeric Computing with Node.js and JavaScript. Assistance for a workshop led by Athan Reines at FullStack conference on JavaScript, Node and Internet of Things, London, July 2016

2015

  • Analyzing Self-Help Forums with Ontology-Based Text Mining: An Exploration in Kidney Space. Presented at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Francisco, November 2015, joint work with Rema Padman
  • Powered by the Web. Harnessing web technologies for large-scale data analysis. Presented at the “From Industrial Statistics to Data Science” conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, September 2015 , joint work with Athan Reines
  • Tweet as a Tool for Election Forecast: UK 2015 General Election as an Example. Presented at the fifth annual conference of the European Political Science Association (EPSA), Vienna, June 2015 , with Raymond Duch and Akitaka Matsuo
  • Locating Economic Perception: The Geographical Distribution of Economic Tweets. Presented at the 73rd annual Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Conference, Chicago, April 2015 , with Raymond Duch and Akitaka Matsuo

2014

  • Locating Economic Perceptions. Presented at the Asian Political Methodology Meeting, Tokyo, January 2014, with Raymond Duch and Akitaka Matsuo

Miscellaneous

Presentations

Tutorials

Shiny Projects