EScience Seminar 2009/EScience-Seminar Concept Registries
22/23 October; GWDG Göttingen
One of the big issues in research is to combine data from different sources and to make it available in a way that is suitable for scientific investigations. For this it is crucial to bridge semantic encoding differences, e.g. with ontologies, but such ontologies are often very project specific. Therefore, the ISO tries to solve this problem with open and flexible concept registries, whose content can be linked by scientist according to their needs. This approach also has a great potential for the Max Planck Society.
|10:15||Overview and Introduction||Marc Kemps-Snijders (MPI-PL)|
|10.30||JISC Terminology Registry||Douglas Tudhope (HRU, Univ. Glamorgan)|
|11:30||12620 Data Category Registry||Kara Warburton (IBM)|
|13:30||Text Encoding Initiative||Laurent Romary (INRIA)|
|14:30||WordNet and SUMO||Adam Pease (Articulate Software)|
|16.00||Open Geospatial Consortium use case||Kristin Stock (CGS Univ. Nottingham)|
|17:00||Wrap up||Marc Kemps-Snijders (MPI-PL)|
|17:15||End of Day 1|
|9:30||Metadata and concept registries||Daan Broeder (MPI-PL)|
|10:45||Meteorology use case||Michael Lautenschlager (MPI f. Meteorology)|
|11:45||Discussion and wrap up||Marc Kemps-Snijders (MPI-PL)|
If you would like to sign up for this seminar, please go to http://escience.mpg.de/registration_en.html and fill in the form.