Call for Participation: APSCC Workshop on Semantic Web Services in Practice (SWSIP) 2009 - Earlybird Regn ending Oct 23


We would like to invite you to the Semantic Web Services
in Practice workshop scheduled on December 7
in Singapore.

Prelimiary Programme:

13:00  Keynote : "Practical Web Services"
                       Prof. Charles Petrie, Stanford University.

Session I

14:00  "SADI Semantic Web Services.. 'cause you can't always GET what you want!"
          - Mark D Wilkinson, Benjamin Vandervalk, Luke McCarthy
             Department of Medical Genetics, Heart + Lung Institute
             at St. Paul.s Hospital,  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

14:30  "Converting WSMO to OWL-S System"
          - Duy-Ngan LE, Cheung Jye Desmond ONG Angela Eck Soong GOH
             School of Computer Engineering
             Nanyang Technological University,

15:00 - 15:30  Tea Break

Session II

15:30  "Translating Semantic Web Service Based Business Process Models"
          - Liliana Cabral and John Domingue
             Knowledge Media Institute
             The Open University
             Milton Keynes, UK

16:00  "Epidemic Analyzer: An Intelligent Query Processor and Health Support Model"
          - V S.Harikrishnan, K.Pal Amutha, S.Sridevi
             Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC)
             Chennai, India.

The Earlybird registration deadline is closing TOMORROW (Oct 23),
so pls register asap.  The registration details and a preliminary programme
are available on the website:

The registration also includes APSCC 2009 conference
(Dec 8-11) which has exciting research sessions and 3 keynotes
(including one by Jim Sophrer and another by Christoph
Bussler) as well:

Pls take a look and we hope you can fit this trip into your
schedule. December is winter in Singapore - a pleasant
weather time (neither too hot nor too cold). So you can
look forward to having a good time, plus of course visit
the fantastic tourist attractions in this region.

Best regards,
-Rajaraman & Emanuele

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Received on Thursday, 22 October 2009 07:26:50 UTC