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Introducing myself

From: Tanja Sieber <tanja.sieber@t-dos.de>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 16:40:32 +0200
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Hello to all members of this mailing list,
I don't know, if it is common to give a short introduction for a new subscribed member of that mailinglist, if not and/or you are not interested, just move this mail to your special folder for those mails:-)
I come originally from Germany, where I studied electrical engineering, worked as service diagnostic developer at GM and studied again technical writing. In that field I worked 5 years as a freelancer in consulting and training of possibilities to standardize documentations and its processing --> XML was a topic in that context. 
Actually I live already since two years in Hungary.Since September I'm a PhD student and lecturer at the university of Miskolc in the department of information engineering. My research work deals with analyzing 'ontologies in the field of technical documentation' and I'm very interested in everything, what's going on with semantic web, formal logic languages and their representations, but in fact I also feel at the same time, that the more I read and test and write, the more I know, that I know almost nothing about these things:-) 
I hope that I can bring some ideas and do some helpful work in that group here and just say hello, Tanja

Best Regards / Mit freundlichen Grüssen / Üdvözlettel 

		Dipl.-Ing. Tanja Sieber

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