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From: Daniel Oberle <oberle@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 15:52:52 +0100
Message-ID: <41E296C4.5050302@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de>
To: public-swbp-wg@w3.org

Dear all,
Jeff wanted me to introduce myself to the SETF and talk about
my potential contribution: I'm PhD-student at the Institute AIFB,
Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany in Rudi Studer's group.

My thesis' subject is "Semantic Management of Middleware", i.e. the
application of Semantic Web technologies in middleware to remedy
some of its problems and support the developer. I limited myself to
Application Servers and Web Services middleware. The thesis should
be finished this year. Here is some work:

- Semantic Management of Middleware
   PhD-proposal and nice 5-page summary of all of my work
   Middleware Doctoral Symposium 04

- Developing and Managing Software Components in an Ontology-based Application Server
   Applying Semantic Web technologies in Application Servers
   Middleware Conference 04

   Ontolgy-based Application Server prototype

- Semantic Management of Web Services
   Applying Semantic Web technologies in Web Services middleware
   Note that this work does not aim at full automation like "Semantic Web Services"
   but tries to find the sweet spot between mgmt and modelling costs.
   Submitted to WWW 2005, XML and Web Services Track

Apart from my work on middleware I have some expertise in foundational
ontologies. Also, the work mentioned above uses DOLCE as basis for the
ontology design, i.e. I'm striving at ontology reuse and quality.

- Foundations for Service Ontologies: Aligning OWL-S to DOLCE
   WWW 2004, Semantic Web Track

I will try to join the task force as already discussed with Phil and Jeff.
Looking forward to some interesting discussions in the mailinglist, too!

Best regards
  Daniel Oberle,
Received on Monday, 10 January 2005 14:52:31 UTC

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