The seminars will take place at Sogndal Hotel from 13.00 to 15.00 (GMT + 2) on the announced dates.
Outline of seminar series
|11.11. kl 13.00||Introduction to the seminars by Agnes Landstad, director at Vestlandsforsking|
Formal languages by Terje Aaberge, Vestlandsforsking
Description Logics: rationale (decidability: expressiveness/computability), notation
01.12. kl 13.00
The Semantic Web by Robert Engels, Vestlandsforsking/ESIS
15.12. kl 13.00
Topic Maps by Lars Marius Garshol, Bouvet
What makes a technology semantic?
The presentation (SlideShare)
SPARQL by David Norheim, Computas
Linked (Open) Data
|25.05.11 - 27.05.11||
The Semantic Web is currently one of the most motivating and ambitious challenges that the scientific and technological community is facing. While notable progresses have been made in terms of consolidation of basic philosophy and infrastructure, new issues, technologies, and tools are emerging.
These issues include creating, presenting and managing Semantic Web content, making semantics explicit in order to automatically integrate data from different sources, and to search for information based on its meaning rather than its syntactic form.
This monthly seminar series aims at being a cool meeting for brainstorming and debating among researchers and developers of Semantic technologies, with a special focus on aspects which can enable wide-scale use.
The list of topics given below is subject to change depending on feedback but the first 4-5 topics are fairly settled because we want to start the seminar series preferably by mid October.
The workshop aims at attracting researchers, developers and interested practitioners alike. The setting for the seminar is interactive, and presentations are expected to focus on practical issues and the underlying theoretical aspects and open ideas, reporting both on learned experiences and on ongoing work. The presentation language is English.
All lectures will be streamed on the Net (webcast) and also be available as video on demand afterwards.
Upon successful completion of this seminar series participants will
• be familiar with terminology used in the topical area
• be familiar with semantic technology best practices
• learn how to move from theory to design and implementation
• get a list of resources for further studies and exploration