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Re: [bpmlod] introductions

From: Elena Montiel Ponsoda <elemontiel@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2013 14:46:53 +0200
Message-ID: <51C1A83D.6080405@gmail.com>
To: public-bpmlod@w3.org
Dear all,

my name is Elena Montiel-Ponsoda and I am lecturer at the Universidad 
Politécnica de Madrid and senior resercher at the Ontology Engineering 
Group of the same university.
My background is on Translation and Terminology, and I hold a PhD on 
Applied Linguistics. My main research interests concern the 
representation of lexical, terminological and mutilingual information on 
the Web. I have been working together with other members of this group 
in the NeOn and Monnet projects. Within the latter one, we developed the 
lexicon-ontology model /lemon /to deal with the representation of 
linguistic information associated to ontologies and linked data. This is 
also the main topic of the Ontolex W3C Community Group 
I am sure we will have very interesting discussions in this group and am 
looking forward to it!

Talk to you tomorrow!

El 19/06/2013 13:56, John McCrae escribió:
> Hi all,
> My name is John McCrae and I am a research associate at the University 
> of Bielefeld. My work mainly concerns multilinguality and the 
> representation of language resources on the web, in particular I have 
> worked along with other members of this group on the development of 
> the /lemon/ lexicon-ontology model, that extends the ontology language 
> OWL with the ability to represent lexical information and describe 
> non-trivial multilingual representations of vocabularies. I have also 
> been involved in publishing multilingual language resources as linked 
> data.
> More:
> http://lemon-model.net
> http://john.mccr.ae
> Regards,
> John
> On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 12:48 PM, Michael Lutz 
> <michael.lutz@jrc.ec.europa.eu <mailto:michael.lutz@jrc.ec.europa.eu>> 
> wrote:
>     Hi all,
>     my name is Michael Lutz. My background is in geographic
>     information science and conceptual modelling / semantic web. I
>     work for the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC)
>     [1], where over the past 5 years I have coordinated the
>     development of data models for the standardised exchange of
>     geospatial and environmental data in 34 thematic areas [2]. The
>     data models are a major part of the " Infrastructure for Spatial
>     Information in Europe" (INSPIRE) [3] - a legal framework and set
>     of technical guidelines for improving the access to, sharing and
>     use of environtal information in Europe. They will become legally
>     binding for data exchange over the next 2-7 years. The INSPIRE
>     data models use free-text properties in a number of cases, and
>     multi-linguality is addressed in slightly different ways. My
>     interest in this group is to understand the best practices that
>     could be applied for the INSPIRE data models.
>     Michael
>     [1] http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/jrc/index.cfm
>     [2] http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/data-models
>     [3] http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/
>     On 17/06/2013 15:30, Jorge Gracia wrote:
>>     Dear Community Group members,
>>     We would like to start a thread to allow all the members to introduce
>>     themselves in a few lines, briefly mentioning their current
>>     affiliation, research interests and motivation for participating in
>>     the "Best Practises for Multilingual LOD" group. Let me start myself:
>>     My name is Jorge Gracia. I am a post-doctoral researcher at Ontology
>>     Engineering Group (OEG), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). I
>>     got my PhD in Computer Science at University of Zaragoza, with a
>>     thesis about "Integration and Disambiguation Techniques for Semantic
>>     Heterogeneity Reduction on the Web", which comprised sense discovery,
>>     matching and disambiguation techniques in the context of the Semantic
>>     Web. (You can find more information about me at
>>     http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/~jgracia/  <http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/%7Ejgracia/>).
>>     Recently I focused on the multilingual dimension of the Web of Data,
>>     as a more extreme case of semantic heterogeneity on the Web. In that
>>     context I have been working on the Monnet project, and currently I am
>>     very interested in the areas of cross-lingual ontology matching and
>>     instance matching. I will co-chair the group on Best Practises for
>>     Multilingual LOD
>>     Looking forward to a great collaboration!
>>     Jorge

Elena Montiel-Ponsoda
Ontology Engineering Group (OEG)
Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial
Facultad de Informática
Campus de Montegancedo s/n
Boadilla del Monte-28660 Madrid, España
Tel. (+34) 91 336 36 70
Fax  (+34) 91 352 48 19
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