Contributors of the Month - Hall of Fame

Congratulations to all our blog writers, social media influencers, forum helpers, and more.

Type
2023
Feb
Educators / Lecturers

Dominique Sydow

Dominique is the first author of the paper “TeachOpenCADD-KNIME: A Teaching Platform for Computer-Aided Drug Design Using KNIME Workflows” published in 2019 by the American Chemical Society. The paper describes a KNIME workflow for different computer-aided drug design (CADD) tasks: a valuable resource for teaching students and life sciences low-coders. The workflow, publicly available on the KNIME Community Hub, is divided into eight components ready for execution on some example data. There is a different component for each topic, such as how to fetch, filter and analyze compound data.
 

February 2023
Dominique Sydow
Jan
Component / Node Developers

Stephen Roughley

Stephen has been a longstanding member of the KNIME Community for many years, and as the developer of the Vernalis KNIME Nodes Extension, he is the author of over 250 nodes used for cheminformatics, remote data searching, and general utility functions. Apart from that, he also serves on the board for KNIME Data Connect: UK, and has been a speaker at several different KNIME events going back to 2013.

January 2023
Stephen Roughley
2022
Dec

This month, we celebrate the best of the best in the Just KNIME It! (JKI) Challenges. Winners were chosen based on the number of submitted solutions, as well as their creativity, efficiency, and educational value. Yasue Katsutaka, Emiliano Amendola, Raffaello Barri, Anil Kumar Sharma are all KNinjas who went above and beyond in making blogs and amazing dashboards, helping the community on the KNIME Forum, and being a big part of our social media events!

December 2022
Top KNinjas of the Just KNIME It Challenges
Nov
Support Experts

Daniel Weikert

Although long overdue, we are happy to announce Daniel Weikert as the COTM for November. Daniel has stood out as a community contributor with his Udemy courses on KNIME, teaching more than 6,000 users everything from how to get started with KNIME to how to convert from Excel to KNIME. Daniel has most recently presented an excellent webinar on the same topic, Excel to KNIME.  He’s passed his teaching evaluation to become a KNIME Certified Trainer

November 2022
Daniel Weikert
Oct
Social Media Influencers

Kazutaka Watari

Talk about being an active KNIME community member! Kazutaka Watari aka @watarinko is a whirlwind: #66daysofdata Challenge ✔️L1 & L2 courses ✔️ L1 and L2 Certification Exams ✔️ Just KNIME It! Challenges ✔️ Sharing Solutions on the KNIME Hub ✔️ #100daysofdata Challenge ✔️ L4-ML course on Machine Learning algorithms ✔️Sharing Progress on Social Media ✔️

October 2022
Contributor of the Month - Kazutaka Watari
Sep
Educators / Lecturers

Dayanjan S Wijesinghe

We're happy to announce Dayanjan Wijesinghe, also known as Shanaka, as COTM for September! Shanaka has done a lot of work to integrate KNIME into the Digital Healthcare field. This includes content collaborations with us on a variety of topics, such as hypothesis testing on FAERS data and total parenteral nutrition calculation, a joint talk for AAPS (the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists), and many other initiatives that are coming out soon – stay tuned!

September 2022
Dayanjan S Wijesinghe
Aug
Component / Node Developers

Arne Beckhaus

We are happy to announce Dr. Arne Beckhaus, Head of Data Architecture Automotive at Continental, as the top community contributor for August for building Hash Files and Hash Strings components and leading the development of the Continental Nodes extension. Both components and nodes add unique functionalities to KNIME Hub: visit the Community Components – Summer 2022 Collection and Continental – Community – Example Space to learn more.

August 2022
Arne Beckhaus
May
Support Experts

Bruno Ng

Bruno Ng is a highly active member of the KNIME Forum and has also made many valuable contributions to the KNIME Hub in his public space. Bruno always engages other KNIMErs with the utmost courtesy and clarity. To date, he has created 1.9k posts, received 3.1k hearts, and provided 214 solutions. Thank you, Bruno!

May 2022
Bruno Ng
Apr
Social Media Influencers

Francisco Villarroel Ordenes

An expert in marketing analytics and NLP, Francisco Ordenes has taught such topics using KNIME software at several  universities throughout his career.

Together with a team at KNIME, he developed a live repository for ML in marketing analytics on the KNIME Hub with reusable solutions for customer churn, sentiment analysis, automated image analysis, SEO & CX. An extensive analysis of this project is provided in his research paper.

April 2022
Francisco Villarroel Ordenes
Feb
Bloggers / YouTubers

Nick Rivera aka Nicky Dee

Nicky Dee's many video tutorials represent an extensive, organized, easy to digest, and useful resource for newbies and expert KNIME users to progress in their knowledge of KNIME, including exploration of lookup IDs, pivoting and unpivoting, aggregations, conditional math, date and time operations, excel function translations, and many more data transformation and ETL operations.

February 2022
Nick Rivera
2021
Dec
Educators / Lecturers

Andrea De Mauro

Andrea has had a multifaceted career. He’s been a business data analyst, data scientist, BI and data science manager at Vodafone and P&G, a university professor at various universities across Europe, a blogger, social media influencer, and book author. Throughout his career, and for all his professional activities, KNIME has been his reliable companion. His latest book – “Data Analytics Made Easy” published by Packt in 2021 – shows how to use machine learning and data science techniques in the business context without writing any code.

December 2021
Andrea De Mauro

Next Steps

Join the Community

Gain access to the knowledge of data scientists, domain experts, users, customers, and partners, and more the KNIME Forum and KNIME Hub.

Join the Community

KNIME Forum

Check out the active, global KNIME forum to meet the community, share knowledge, and get help on your data science projects.

Visit KNIME Forum

KNIME Hub

Thousands of nodes, workflows, and components - many shared by the community - to get you started on your data science project.

Visit KNIME Hub
LinkedInTwitterShare

What are you looking for?