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Ivan Herman, 8.Juni 2004, 13:00-17:00

Das Deutsch-Österreichische W3C Büro lädt zu einem Tutorial über RDF ein. Referent ist Ivan Herman, Head of World Offices, W3C. Das Tutorium ist auf Englisch.

Abstract:

das Publikum des RDF-Tutorials This tutorial gives an overview of the basic Semantic Web Technologies developed at W3C. Using practical examples, the fundamentals of the Resource Description Framework (RDF) are presented, together with the mapping of the general RDF principles on XML. Then a detailed overview of RDF Schemas (a.k.a. RDF Vocabulary Description Language) is given, followed by an overview of the Web Ontology Language (OWL). The tutorial also gives some guidelines on how Semantic Web programs are developed in practice, gives example for applications, and finally gives some ideas on the directions the technologies evolve at W3C in the coming years. Participants are expected to have a basic knowledge on XML.

Speaker

Ivan HermanSpeaker is Ivan Herman from W3C. He graduated as a mathematician at the University of Budapest, in Hungary, in 1979. After a brief scholarship at the Universite Paris VI he joined a Hungarian research institute in computer science (SZTAKI) where he worked 6 years (and turned into a computer scientist...). He then spent three years at a software house in Münich, Germany, before joining the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Sciences in Amsterdam (CWI) in 1989, where he holds a tenure position. He received a PhD degree in computer science in 1990 at the University of Leiden, in the Netherlands. Although he worked in quite different areas ( distributed and dataflow programming, language design, system programming) he spend most of these years in computer graphics and visualization. He also participated in various related ISO standardization activities. He has over 50 scientific publications, served on various conferences as program or tutorial chair, IPC member, etc. A more complete list of his publications and the projects he participated in is listed at his home page at CWI: http://www.cwi.nl/~ivan.

Unterlagen zur Veranstaltung

Die Unterlagen zum Tutorial enthalten alle Folien sowie viele Links zu weiterführenden Informationen.

Teilnehmerliste

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Titel Vorname Name Firma
  Cornelia Arnold Fa. Vodafone D2 GmbH, Düsseldorf
  Thomas Bandholtz  
  Bernd Beimdick T-Online International AG
  Andreas Bertram Fraunhofer IMK
  Klaus Birkenbihl W3C deutsch-österr. Büro
  Dieter Böll Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin
  Marion Borowski Fraunhofer IMK
  Lars Bröcker Fraunhofer IMK
  Christian Busselt Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin
  Hendrik Cvetko FH Darmstadt/Media System Design
  Heide Ebert Hüthig Jehle Rehm GmbH
Dr. Jasmin Franz empolis GmbH
  Raimund Gerhold Imperia AG
Dr. Denis Giffeler gekko mbH
Dr. Helmut Heck Evangelische Stiftung Volmarstein
  Dominik Helleberg Fa. Vodafone D2 GmbH, Düsseldorf
  Ivan Herman W3C
  Garvin Hicking Faktor E GmbH
  Georg Hohmann M.A. Universität zu Köln
  Carolina A. Islas Sedano FH Offenburg
  Johannes Koch Fraunhofer FIT-Life
  Agnes Koschmider Institut AIFB, TH Karlsruhe
Dr. Arnd-Christian Kulow Richard Boorberg Verlag GmbH & Co KG
  Irene Langner Wissenschaftliches Institut der AOK, Bonn
  Yehya Mohamad Fraunhofer FIT
  Sebastian Nohn horz informatik
  Alexander Paar Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
  Olaf Perlick Evangelische Stiftung Volmarstein
  Lars Rottmann Fa. Vodafone D2 GmbH, Düsseldorf
  Jörg Sayn Pyromedia GmbH
  Christioph Scherer T-Online International AG
  Michael Schmidt Imperia AG
  Martin Schreiter Fa. Vodafone D2 GmbH, Düsseldorf
  Stefan Schumacher  
  Oliver Sick GiKOM-CSE
  Kresimir Simunic Fraunhofer IMK-Mars
  Dirk Stegemann Fraunhofer FIT
Dr. Andreas Strotmann Universität zu Köln, ZAIK/RRZK
  Ralf Valerien  

Die Veranstaltung und Anmeldung

Die Teilnahme ist - nach vorheriger Registrierung - kostenlos. Die Anmeldung bitte formlos an das Deutsch-Österreichische W3C Büro unter Angabe von:
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Veranstaltungsort

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Fraunhofer Institutszentrum
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53757 Sankt Augustin

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Pressekontakt

Klaus Birkenbihl, Deutsch-Österreichisches W3C Büro, Klaus.Birkenbihl@w3c.de, Tel.: +49 2241 14 1972

Kontakt

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