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Web Publishing of Scientific Data and Services - Training Course

From: Chris Baker <denguehost@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2011 16:30:37 -0300
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*Web Publishing of Scientific Data and Services Training Course*

This series of training courses is mandated to train service providers in
the use of modern semantic approaches to publishing informatics resources on
the Web using the semantic web services paradigm.The first Web Publishing of
Scientific Data and Services Training Course will be held in Fredericton,
New Brunswick on May 19-20th, 2011.

Semantic Web Services have rich descriptions of functional requirements
that facilitate service interoperability and make it easier for users to
discover and access relevant services in real time.

The course provides both theory and practical training in the semantic
technologies that underpin the development of semantic web services.The
training course contains the following subjects:

Semantic Web / Web Services / SADI Semantic Web Services

*Learning Objectives*

Service providers will learn to write semantic web services describing the
functionality of their services. This requires modeling of services using
the ontology web language and registering the services in the project
registry. End Users will learn how to use SHARE and other service workflow
orchestration clients to execute queries across the registry and evaluate
the results.

At the end of the training, attendees will know how to:

publish their data and algorithms on the Web in a manner that is easy for
others to find and access using state of the art toolkits.
ensure their data and tools integrate well with other resources on the Web.
enhance query access and service discoverability for target end-user

*Target Audience
This training course is primarily of interest to providers of bioinformatic
resources seeking to extend the utility and usability of thier data and
services. Researchers interested in learning state of the art semantic
technologies and their deployment to facilitate web scale interoperability
are strongly encouraged to attend. Priority will be given to students and
professionals with working knowledge of Perl and/or Java.

*Profile of Target Audience:
Web Developers and Bioinformatics researchers seeking to ensure the adoption
of their technologies in the knowledge discovery;
Workflow system developers coordinating computational and data resources
across the web using semantics;
Industry pioneers in Workflow, Grid and Semantic technologies;
Researchers involved in Web-based Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics.

Christopher J. O. Baker Ph. D.
Associate Professor
Dept. Computer Science and Applied Statistics
University of New Brunswick, Canada
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