Schedule (tentative, may change)

 

Week

Time & Place
Subject
Reading

Deadline for summaries

Moderator
Slides

1
Wed, 7 feb

(w6/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461

Introduction: search and retrieval

5 feb 07, 14:00
(optional)

  • Paola Monachesi

slides1

2
Wed, 14 feb

(w7/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461

Introduction: participation
(agents and users)

12 feb 07, 14:00
(optional)
  • Virginia Dignum
slides2

3
Wed, 21 feb

(w8/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461

Ontologies (general)

19 feb 07, 14:00

Nourdin
Bart-Jan
Arno

preview3

slides3

4
Wed, 28 feb

(w9/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461
Ontology Languages
26 feb 07, 14:00

Swathi
Sebastian
Jan-Jaap
Xavier
Ben

preview4
slides4

5
Wed, 7 mar

(w10/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461 Ontology: automatic development
and applications
5 mar 07, 14:00 Gommaar
Renato
Roelof
Aris
Thijs

preview5
slides5

(w11/2007)

 
exam week (2nd chance period 2)
       
7
Wed, 21 mar
(w12/2007)
13.00-17.00, BBL-461

The 'top layers': logic, proof and trust

19 mar 07, 14:00 Wietske
Matthijs
Gwyneth
Wilco
Melanie
Arlette
preview6
slides6
trust

8
Wed , 28 mar
(w13/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461

Project proposal presentations

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all project groups

 

9
Wed, 4 apr
(w14/2007)

13.00-17.00, BBL-461

Semantic Web applications

26 mar 07, 14:00 Luuk
Oskar
Coert
Ruud
Thomas
 
10
Wed, 11 apr
(w15/2007)
13.00-17.00, BBL-105b

Guest Seminar
(ism SIKS)

13.00 Jeen Broekstra (Aduna & TUe): Sesame framework
13.40 Sander voor 't Hekke (SemLab): TOWL - time concepts in OWL
14.10 Break
14.20 Paul Buitelaar (DFKI): Tutorial on Ontology Learning 15.20 Antoine Isaac (VU): SW for Cultural Heritage
16.00 Break
16.15 Anita de Waard (Elsevier & UU): Semantic Web and Science Publishing
16.45 Discussion panel (all): Machine readability vs Folksonomy - Can we have the best of the two worlds?
17.15 Borrel

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10
Fri, 13 apr
(w15/2007)

9.00-13.00,
BBL-416

Final Student Presentations

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