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Re: [ontology-uk] UK Ontology Network (UKON) 2018 - Call for contributions

From: Justin Clark-Casey <jc955@cam.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2018 12:25:08 +0000
To: public-bioschemas@w3.org
Message-ID: <5fea0e22-92ae-9e34-177a-3f6b5cc29162@cam.ac.uk>
Hi Leyla,

Others probably have a better idea of the novelty, but perhaps a good topic would be how Bioschemas is taking base material from schema.org (DataCatalog, et al) 
and shaping/restricting it for life sciences use?  Or perhaps a talk about BioChemEntity and it's potential to become 'ResearchEntity'?  Or perhaps a talk about 
Bioschemas itself and the way it works as an organization if that hasn't been well-covered elsewhere?

Happy to help out with the abstract if that would be useful.

Justin Clark-Casey
Research Software Engineer, InterMine life sciences data integration, U of Cambridge
http://twitter.com/justincc http://justincc.org

On 22/01/18 11:51, Leyla Garcia wrote:
> Hello,
> Should we retake this subject? Submissions deadline is the 2nd of March, still plenty of time but we should decide what we want to submit.
> Submissions can be poster, short talk or demo, any of them require a 300 word abstract. What would be aiming at? I would be happy to work on the abstract but 
> would like to have a quick chat with some of you to define the message first. Any ideas/suggestions?
> Regards,
> On 15/12/2017 08:53, Gray, Alasdair J G wrote:
>> Sounds like a good idea to me.
>> Alasdair
>>> On 14 Dec 2017, at 18:31, Carole Goble <carole.goble@manchester.ac.uk <mailto:carole.goble@manchester.ac.uk>> wrote:
>>> Shall we send a bioschemas delegation to demonstrate that we are not reinventing ontologies but reusing them?
>>> Carole
>>>> Begin forwarded message:
>>>> *From: *Goksel Misirli <gokselmisirli@gmail.com <mailto:gokselmisirli@gmail.com>>
>>>> *Subject: **[ontology-uk] UK Ontology Network (UKON) 2018 - Call for contributions*
>>>> *Date: *14 December 2017 17:39:58 GMT
>>>> *To: *ontology-uk <ontology-uk@googlegroups.com <mailto:ontology-uk@googlegroups.com>>
>>>> *Reply-To: *<ontology-uk@googlegroups.com <mailto:ontology-uk@googlegroups.com>>
>>>> UKON 2018
>>>> http://ukontology.org/
>>>> The UK Ontology Network is a meeting now in its sixth year. Its aim is to enable the sharing of knowledge about ontologies, vocabularies and any other 
>>>> mechanisms for organising, searching and sharing of knowledge.
>>>> We aim to encourage participation from many different sectors: academic, public and private. Therefore, we have a light-weight submission process, and do 
>>>> not ask for formal publications. The meeting itself is friendly and informal, with plenty of opportunities for networking.
>>>> This year, the meeting will be hosted by Keele University, Staffordshire, UK.
>>>> We invite contributions in all the relevant domains including, but not limited to:
>>>> •Geographic Information
>>>> •Social Media
>>>> •Traditional Media
>>>> •Health and Biology
>>>> •Finance
>>>> •Security
>>>> •Governmental Data
>>>> Applications may include, but not limited to:
>>>> •Knowledge graphs
>>>> •Ontology curation & annotation
>>>> •Data publishing
>>>> •Data integration
>>>> We invite short abstracts for talks, demos and posters. The abstracts should be around 300 words. The main review criteria are the relevance and balance 
>>>> across the topics of interest to the UKON community. Please submit using the following link:
>>>> https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ukon2018
>>>> In addition, if you want to display a poster during the poster session, please get in touch with the local organisers.
>>>> Although this is a UK-centric network, we encourage participation from those in Europe and across the world.
>>>> A small registration fee (£35) will be charged to cover catering.
>>>> *Deadline for submissions: 2nd March, 2018*
>>>> *Deadline for notifications: 16th March, 2018*
>>>> *Workshop day: 30th April, 2018 *
>>>> Best wishes
>>>> UKON 2018 organisers
>>>> Dr Goksel Misirli & Dr Allison Gardner (Keele University)
>>>> Dr Phillip Lord & Dr Jennifer Warrender (Newcastle University)
>>>> Dr James Malone (FactBio)
>>>> Prof. Robert Stevens (Manchester University)
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