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Seminar about linked data and ontologies

María Poveda-Villalón from the Polytechnic University of Madrid did a seminar on April 4, 2018 at 10H at the amphitheater AgroParisTech in the building of L'Irstea on the campus of Cezeaux.

Title: Publishing Linked Open Data on the Web and the role of ontologies


Everyday more and more data is made available on the web, following different formats, models and expressed in different languages. The Semantic Web initiative provides a framework for data sharing, exchange, integration and reasoning based on specific data model Resource Description Framework. This talk will focus on the principles and practices behind Linked Open Data publication embracing Semantic Web technologies, specially regarding ontologies.


María Poveda-Villalón is a postdoctoral researcher at Ontology Engineering Group of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Her research activities focus on Ontological Engineering, Ontology Evaluation, Knowledge Representation and the Semantic Web. Previously she finished her studies in Computer Science (2009) by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and then she moved to study the Artificial Intelligence Research Master finished in 2010 in the same university. She has collaborated during research stays with Mondeca (París, France) in 2013, the Free University of Berlin in 2012 and the University of Liverpool in 2011. She has worked in the context of Spanish research projects as well as in European projects. Currently she is involved in the European project VICINITY (Open virtual neighbourhood network to connect IoT infrastructures and smart objects), an ETSI project to extend the SAREF ontology and is part of the W3C Web of Things Working Group. She has attended international conferences and co-organized the "4th Linked Data in Architecture and Construction Workshop (LDAC2016)", the "13th OWL: Experiences and Directions Workshop and 5th OWL reasoner evaluation workshop" and the "Linked Energy Data Vocamp".

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