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Early-bird registration for Protege conference extended to Sunday May 24

From: Samson Tu <swt@stanford.edu>
Date: Sun, 17 May 2009 15:44:00 -0700
Message-Id: <80993D9F-31A3-46B1-AE35-3A97C6A4A840@stanford.edu>
To: organizers Protege conference <protege-conf-organizers@lists.stanford.edu>
To encourage greater participation, the Protege Conference Organizing  
Committee has extended early registration deadline to Sunday May 24.  
We hope to see you in Amsterdam. For details of the conference, please  
visit

http://protege.stanford.edu/conference/2009/index.html

Protege team

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The 11th International Protégé Conference will take place at the  
University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam, Netherlands from June 23-26,  
2009. Please mark these dates on your calendar and plan to join us for  
a few days next summer.

The conference brings together researchers developing or using Protégé  
methodologies and tools and is the premier forum for discussion about  
current and future applications of the Protégé approach. The  
conference provides a great opportunity to appreciate the breadth of  
applications of the technology, to share new developments in the  
field, and to find out how to leverage these developments in practice.

The first day of the conference will consist of tutorials and small  
focused workshops. The remaining three days will include  
presentations, a poster session, and a demo session.

Questions? Email the conference organizers. 	
Amsterdam Photos
© Amsterdam Tourist Guide
Conference Sponsors:
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Topics Included:

     * ontology development (OWL, RDF, and frame-based)
     * ontologies in semantic web applications
     * ontology-driven software development
     * ontology repositories
     * standard terminologies
     * medical applications
     * interoperability between different formats
     * plug-in development
     * ontology tools
     * collaboration tools
     * visualization tools
     * project management
     * reasoning and inference

-- 
Samson Tu                                                     email: swt@stanford.edu
Senior Research Scientist                               web: www.stanford.edu/~swt/
Center for Biomedical Informatics Research 	phone: 1-650-725-3391
Stanford University                                          fax:  
1-650-725-7944
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