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Re: Introductions

From: Jos de Bruijn <jos.debruijn@deri.org>
Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 13:08:39 +0100
To: Sandro Hawke <sandro@w3.org>
Cc: public-rif-wg@w3.org
Message-Id: <1133438919.9073.122.camel@localhost.localdomain>
"Principal" for DERI Innsbruck at the University of Innsbruck
"Attendinf F2F"

>   -- a bio summarizing experience you have that's relevant to the
>      work of this group

My research interests include Logical languages, Nonmonotonic Logics,
Logic Programming and the application of these languages on the Web.
I have obtained my MSc in Technical Informatics at the Delft University
of Technology, in Delft, The Netherlands. Since 2003 I work at DERI
Innsbruck as a researcher, working on my PhD.
I am one of the principal authors of the specification of the Web
Service Modeling Language WSML:
http://www.wsmo.org/wsml/wsml-syntax
and the Web Rule Language WRL:
http://www.w3.org/Submission/WRL/

> 
>   -- as much contact info as you care to share on this public list

You can find all contact info on my web site:
http://www.debruijn.net/

> 
>   -- what you expect to get out of this WG

A rule language for the Semantic Web with a well-understood declarative,
as well as a procedural semantics. Furthermore, the relationship between
the rule language and other Semantic Web languages, such as RDF and OWL,
needs to be well-understood.

> 
>   -- what you hope/expect to contribute.

My main interest in this working group lies in the relationship between
classical languages and rule languages. Therefore, I hope to contribute
primarily to the deliverable on the relationship with other Semantic Web
languages.

> 
> Thanks!   I'm looking forward to seeing many of you next week!
> 
>     -- sandro
> 
> 
--
Jos de Bruijn,        http://www.debruijn.net/
+43 512 507 6475         jos.debruijn@deri.org

DERI                      http://www.deri.org/
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