We are pleased to announce the best paper and best presentation winners :
“Do competency questions for alignment help fostering complex correspondences?” by Elodie Thiéblin
“Semantic Analysis of Contractual Agreements to Support End-User Interpretation” by Najmeh Mousavi Nejad.
Tuesday, November 13th
Keynote by Valentina Tamma (University of Liverpool)
Title: The tao of knowledge: the journey vs the goal
Abstract: A PhD requires the mastery, and development of a passion for knowledge. It may begin with the choice of some topic of interest, but then develops into a journey of discovery and knowledge creation, often without end, as one transitions to academia. This talk will discuss the journey, focusing on the methods we use when we create knowledge, and argues how the areas of knowledge engineering and knowledge acquisition lie within the intersection between computer science and “computer art”. The challenge throughout is to re-think methods of scientific discovery; create novel approaches, or adapt ideas from other disciplines, whilst making the case for a more systematic and rigorous way of evaluating the results of our investigations
10:25-10:45 Najmeh Mousavi Nejad. Semantic Analysis of Contractual Agreements to Support End-User Interpretation.
10:45-11:15 Coffee Break
11:15-11:35 Viet Bach Nguyen. PhD Odyssey — Interweaving PhD Stories into the Semantic Web.
11:55-12:15 Stella Zevio. Knowledge discovery and enrichment from scholarly data for expert finding.
12:15-12:35 Pierre Monnin. Discovering and Comparing Relational Knowledge, the Example of Pharmacogenomics.
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch
14:00-14:20 Samira Babalou. Holistic Multiple Ontologies Merging.
14:20-14:40 Omar Qawasmeh. A collaborative framework for ontology and instance data co-evolution and extraction.
14:40-15:00 Elodie Thiéblin. Do competency questions for alignment help fostering complex correspondences?
15:00-15:20 Nicolas Heist. Towards Knowledge Graph Construction from Entity Co-occurrence.
15:20-15:40 Pilar Hidalgo. Gender violence’s models and discrimination-aware data mining.
15.45-16.15 Coffee Break
16:15-16:35 Nyoman Juniarta. Formal Concept Analysis and Pattern Structures for Recommendation Systems.