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Re: [bpmlod] introductions

From: Jose Emilio Labra Gayo <jelabra@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2013 23:25:30 +0200
Message-ID: <CAJadXX+n1wPEnhfemExgNtxmR-3yopQiMAMpcduFzKPL9yw=fQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: Elena Montiel Ponsoda <elemontiel@gmail.com>
Cc: public-bpmlod@w3.org
Hi all:

My name is Jose Emilio Labra Gayo, I am an Associate Professor at the
University of Oviedo, Spain. I have been the Dean of the School of
Computer Science Engineering from 2004 until 2012. I am currently the
main researcher of the WESO (Web Semantics Oviedo) research group. The
group is focused to practical applications of semantic web and linked
data technologies with several industrial partners like the National
Library of Congress, Chile, the Web Foundation, etc.

My research interests are Semantic Web technologies, Declarative
Programming Languages and Web Engineering in general.

In the last years, I have also been interested in multilingualism and
linked data. In particular, I presented some talks at the Multilingual
Web Workshops about Best Practices on Multilingual Linked Data and I
prepared a web page about multilingual linked data patterns:

http://www.weso.es/MLODPatterns

In my opinion, although those patterns can be a first step, the next
steps should be made by the community.

Best regards, Jose Labra

On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 2:46 PM, Elena Montiel Ponsoda
<elemontiel@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 (http://www.w3.org/community/ontolex/).
> I am sure we will have very interesting discussions in this group and am
> looking forward to it!
>
> Talk to you tomorrow!
> Elena.
>
> 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> 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/).
>>
>> 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
> www.oeg-upm.net
> Tel. (+34) 91 336 36 70
> Fax  (+34) 91 352 48 19



-- 
Saludos, Labra
Received on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 21:26:21 UTC

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