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Tutorials Announced - Early Bird Registration Open - Semantic Technology for Intelligence, Defense, and Security (STIDS) 2015

From: Amanda Vizedom <amanda.vizedom@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2015 13:26:50 -0400
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Tenth International Conference on Semantic Technologies

    for Intelligence, Defense, and Security - STIDS 2015

          George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA

                           November 18-20, 2015

                           http://stids.c4i.gmu.edu
<http://stids.c4i.gmu.edu/>

     Special Topic: Semantics in Cyber-Physical Systems

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****** STIDS 2015 Tutorials Announced ******

Four half-day tutorials have been announced for STIDS 2015 Tutorial Day,

to be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2015.



       Tutorial A:  Mining RDF with SPARQL

    Faculty:    Ian Emmons

Tutorial B:   OWL Distilled: Everything You Need and Nothing You Don’t

   Faculty:   Michael Uschold and Dave McComb

Tutorial C:  Building an Enterprise Ontology in Less than 90 Days

   Faculty:    Dave McComb, Dan Carey, and Todd Schneider

Tutorial D:   Threat and Risk Information Sharing, Federation, and Analytics

    Faculty:    Cory Casanave

More information about tutorials. faculty, and schedule can be found at
http://stids.c4i.gmu.edu/presentations/tutorial2015.php


****** Early Bird Registration Open through Friday, October 30 ******

Early Bird Registration is Open for STIDS 2015. Early Bird Registration
fees

are discounted by more than 20%. Early Bird discounts apply not only to the
main

Conference but also to Tutorial Day registration. After October 30, 2015,
regular

fees will apply. More information can be found at
http://stids.c4i.gmu.edu/registration2015.php. Register today!

****** About the Conference ******

STIDS is a premier opportunity for collaboration and cross-fertilization

between researchers and practitioners of semantic-based technology

with particular experience in the problems facing the Intelligence,

Defense, and Security communities.

STIDS 2015 will feature presentations of original, peer-reviewed research,

as well as invited talks from prominent semantic technology researchers and

recognized leaders from the target application domains. This year’s special

topic is semantics in cyber-physical systems.

The Tenth International Conference on Semantic Technology for Intelligence,

Defense, and Security (STIDS 2015) will be held in November 2015 at

Dewberry Hall in the Johnson Center at George Mason University. The main
conference will take place on November 19–20, preceeded by a tutorial day

on Wednesday, November 18.  A classified session will be held on November
17,

at a venue to be announced, for those with TS/SCI clearances.

More Information about the STIDS conference, its organization, this year’s
schedule, the venue, and registration can be found at
http://stids.c4i.gmu.edu/index.php.

We look forward to seeing you in Fairfax!

- The STIDS 2015 Organizing Committee

stids@c4i.gmu.edu

General Chairs: Paulo Costa, George Mason University

     Alessandro Oltramari, Carnegie Mellon University

Technical Chairs: Ian Emmons, Raytheon BBN Technologies

                               Kathryn Laskey, George Mason University

Publicity Chair: Amanda Vizedom, Criticollab, LLC

Tutorials Chair: Mary Parmelee, Mitre
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