Today I woke up early to finish my presentation I had at 9:30 at the Doctoral Consortium – Collective Ontology-based Information Extraction using Probabilistic Graphical Models (Slavko Zitnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Slovenia):
I also listened to other PhD candidates later:
- Participatory Quality Management of Ontologies in Enterprise Modelling (Nadejda Alkhaldi, VUB university of Brussels, Belgium)
- Towards a new generation of security requirements definition methodology using ontologies (Amina Souag, Université de Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France)
- Towards Automation of Enterprise Architecture Model Maintenance (Matthias Farwick, University of Innsbruck, Austria)
- Software Component Allocation in Distributed Development Settings (Tommi Kramer, University of Mannheim, Germany)
- Inconsistency Detection and Repair for Heterogeneous Multimodels (Reza Gorgan MohammadiAUT, Islamic Republic of Iran)
For the session after lunch I took ONTOSE’s Workshop because there were more relevant presentations to my research area:
- Ontology Evolution with Semantic Wikis (Mauro Dragoni, Chiara Ghidini) They presented a new type of Wiki – the evolution of such research from Italian FBK, where an ontology is represented as a Wiki site.
- Using Open Information Extraction and LOD towards Ontology enrichment and alignment (Antonis Koukourikos, Pythagoras Karampiperis, George Vouros, Vangelis Karkaletsis)
- Modeling the context of scientific information: mapping VIVO and CERIF (Leonardo Lezcano, Brigitte Jörg, Miguel-Angel Sicilia): VIVO is an american ontology and CERIF is european. They present a mapping between the two and point out problems. For example mapping to multiple possible concepts or non-existing concept on the other side.
Lastly I attended last PhD consortium session. Two PhD candidates presented their ideas for managing clinical paths, diagnosis in Medial Informatics.
In the evening an Old Town visit was organized.