From DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH
Compact Semantic Web workshop for information professionals, consultants and managers - presented by Dean Allemang and Michael Erdmann.
DIQA and Working Ontologist combine forces to present a one-day introduction and workshop on Semantic Web technologies in scenic Karlsruhe, Germany. Two world-renowned instructors, Dean Allemang and Michael Erdmann, provide insights into the technological foundation of the Semantic Web as well as business case studies that highlight the value that Semantic Web applications have provided for enterprises, governments, and open data initiatives. The workshop culminates in a hands-on exercise in which participants will create their own Semantic portal to organize and share disparate information.
Venue, date and time
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The attendees will gather in a modern conference room in proximity of the DIQA offices in Karlsruhe.
Attendance fee, registration
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About the speakers
Dean Allemang, co-author of the best-selling Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist, brings over a decade of experience of teaching Semantic Web principles to professionals of all levels, from rank beginners to seasoned practitioners. He combines a strong technical background (MSc in Mathematics, University of Cambridge, PhD in Computer Science, the Ohio State University) with a keen sense of the business value of technology. He has trained over a thousand information professionals in Semantic Web technology, and specializes in how to cast the subtleties of the Semantic Web to make it understandable to informatics practitioners of all kinds.
Michael Erdmann looks back at a history of more than ten years of research and development in the field of Semantic Web. In his Ph.D. thesis he worked on combining ontologies with the then upcoming standard, XML. After his Ph.D. he worked in Germany as well as the US on projects involving semantic technologies for different application domains, such as network management, the natural sciences, and knowledge management. In the NeOn project he oversaw the development of the NeOn Toolkit. He is the architect of DataWiki and GRASP, products from DIQA that add advanced semantic capabilities to MediaWiki and SharePoint.
The conference room is located in proximity of the DIQA offices.