Registration is now closed. Please email Andriana Gkaniatsou (email@example.com) if you have not registered but would like to attend.
The second UK Ontology Network workshop will
take place on Thursday April 11th, 2013 at the University
of Edinburgh. A small registration fee will be charged to cover catering.
The aims of this workshop are as
- To enable dissemination
of ontology relevant work from across multiple disciplines
- To encourage collaboration and cooperation between different members of UK organisations
working in this area
- To help establish a research
agenda in ontology and better communication with funding councils and industry needs
The programme is now available.
The theme of this meeting will be to understand how ontology
development and application are being used to address problems, with an emphasise on creating and using open data.
The meeting will be designed to maximise dissemination of what's
going on, whilst gathering input from attendees. The agenda
will have three main parts;
1. A morning of short presentations. Talks will be 5 minutes long followed by a couple of minutes for one or two questions. There will be approximately 18 presentations, with a mix of academics, industry and government speakers.
2. Early afternoon; 10 minute software demonstrations,
demonstrating the latest in applications utilising ontologies and
in ontology development technology
3. Late afternoon; a "birds-of-a-feather"
session where interested parties can get together in loosely formed
groups to discuss issues with people of a similar mind/interest.
The second UK Ontology Network workshop will take place at the University of Edinburgh in the
10 Crichton Street
EH8 9AB, Edinburgh
Information on getting to Edinburgh can be found here
If you have questions regarding this event
please contact organiser Fiona McNeill (firstname.lastname@example.org)