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From: Stephen Buswell <StephenB@stilo.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 16:32:56 -0000
Message-ID: <E334221198A6D411AA5C00B0D078D4B5098FF2@KRAKATOA>
To: www-webont-wg@w3.org
Dear WG

CV bit

"After reading mathematics at Oxford, Stephen Buswell has worked in IT in
the UK, 
Europe and North America at organisations including Logica, European Payment

Systems Services and, as an independent consultant, the Polish Ministry of
Applications included telecommunications, finance and control software for
life sciences 
experiments on board Spacelab. Stephen co-founded Stilo in 1992, since when
he has 
specialised in markup languages, information architecture and web
He is now Chief Technology Officer of the Stilo group.
Stephen is a member of the W3C Math Working Group and a Principal Writer of
the MathML 
Recommendation for mathematics on the web. He worked on the ESPRIT OpenMath
(EP24969), and is a member of the ESPRIT OpenMath Thematic Network
Stephen is also a member of the W3C Advisory Committee."

Semantic Web interest

We are using semantic web technologies (RDF, DAML and extensions) to model 
large bodies of aerospace engineering data and support reliable
transformations between
different representations of the data. We are particularly interested in the

languages themselves (for modelling) and in graphical and other techniques
visualising and navigating the ontologies.


> Date: Monday Nov 12
> Time: 3:00PM (1500) US East Coast Time (New York Time)

unfortunately I am unable to participate in this teleconf.

Airport Info

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   <apt:name>Bristol, United Kingdom </apt:name>

Best Regards

Stephen Buswell
Chief Technology Officer
Stilo Technology Ltd.

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