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Fwd: Two Sessions on "Distributed Collaboration in Ontology Development" coming up - Oct. 4 & 11, 2007

Jennifer Vendetti
Administrator
I am forwarding this message on behalf of Peter Yim as the upcoming
lectures mentioned below may be of interest to the Protege community.

Jennifer

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Two Sessions on "Distributed Collaboration in Ontology
Development" coming up - Oct. 4 & 11, 2007
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 04:30:06 -0700
From: Peter P. Yim <[hidden email]>
Organization: CIM Engineering, Inc.
To: [hidden email]



  ************************ Headlines ************************

The Ontolog Forum is featuring a two consecutive sessions on
Distributed Collaboration in Ontology Development with one of the
most popular open ontology development tool, Protege:


*Thu 04 October 2007* - Dr. Tania Tudorache from the Stanford
Protege group will present a talk on "Collaborative Ontology
Development in Protege"


*Thu 11 October 2007* - Dr. Timothy Redmond, Chief Architect of
Protégé from Stanford Medical Informatics and Mr. Peter Yim,
President & CEO of CIM3, will jointly present: "Distributed
Ontology Development with Protege"


   Register your attendance by emailing <[hidden email]> offline


 ******************** Details ************************

Your are cordially invited to join us at these upcoming Ontolog
Invited Speaker (virtual) events.


The online Ontolog events are open and free of charge. Anyone who
is interested, or (better still) who may have something to
contribute, is welcome. Refer to individual event details on
their respective session pages. The links are given below, where
you will find session agenda, presentation abstract, conference
call dial-in and other pertinent details .


"Protege" is a free, open source ontology editor and
knowledge-base framework first by Stanford Medical Informatics.
It has more than 80,000 registered users, and is arguably the
most popular ontology development tool and platform around. Major
enhancements have been made, recently, on its support for
collaborative ontology development. We are inviting over some of
the people who have made this happen to tell us about it.


    * Thursday, 4-October-2007 - Dr. Tania Tudorache from the
Stanford Protege group will present her talk on "Collaborative
Ontology Development in Protege." Dr. Tudorache will present some
of the challenges that need to be tackled in a collaborative
ontology development environment, point out some of the
functionalities that such an environment should provide, and will
give a brief demo of a prototype they have built to support the
collaborative ontology development process, called Collaborative
Protege ... Please refer to details at the session wiki page at:
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2007_10_04
       

    * Thursday, 11-October-2007 - Dr. Timothy Redmond, Chief
Architect of Protege from Stanford Medical Informatics and Mr.
Peter Yim, President & CEO of CIM3, will jointly present:
"Distributed Ontology Development with Protege." They will be
talking about Protege-based CODS Server - a service being
launched to support collaborative open ontology development, as
well as a vision of the future of ontology servers which will
combine tools for browsing, visualization, cross referencing and
editing. ... Please refer to details on the session wiki page,
at:
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2007_10_11



*RSVP* by by emailing me at <[hidden email]> offline so that
we can prepare enough resources to support everyone. (Kindly
include your affiliation and job title if you aren't already a
member of the Ontolog community.) Before participating, please
also make sure you are aware of our IPR policy (ref:
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?WikiHomePage#nid32).




Regards. =ppy

Peter P. Yim
Co-convener, Ontolog
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