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[protege-discussion] Tutorial: An Introduction to Ontology Building

Trish Whetzel plwhetzel at gmail.com
Fri Sep 3 14:46:52 PDT 2010


Tutorial: An Introduction to Ontology Building

The University at Buffalo, the National Center for Ontological Research
(NCOR) and the National Center
for Biomedical Ontology (NCBO) are sponsoring a one-day introductory
training event on ontology
building, which is to take place in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, October 23.

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Sessions will include:

Barry Smith
An Introduction to Ontology Building: Examples from Medical Informatics,
Defense, and Homeland Security

Alan Ruttenberg
An Introduction to OWL, the Web Ontology Language

Mathias Brochhausen
An Introduction to the Protege Ontology Editor

Mathias Brochhausen: A Practical Exercise in Ontology Building

Mathias Brochhausen, Alan Ruttenberg, Barry Smith: Question and Answer
Session
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The primary audience for this event will consist of persons with an interest
in ontology who have no
background in the use of the computer languages and software tools employed
in ontology construction,
editing and use. All sessions will be highly interactive.

The early registration fee, due by October 15, is $120 per person. The late
registration fee, due by
October 20, is $150. On-site registration is $200. The registration fee
includes lunch and coffee break
refreshments.

Information concerning venue and local hotels is available here:

http://ncorwiki.buffalo.edu/index.php/An_Introduction_to_Ontology_Building

To express an interest in attending please write to ncor at buffalo.edu.


Faculty:
Mathias Brochhausen is Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Formal
Ontology and Medical
Information Science in Saarbruecken, Germany.

Alan Ruttenberg is Director of the University at Buffalo Clinical and
Translational Data Exchange and a
leader in the W3C OWL community.

Barry Smith is Director of the National Center for Ontological Research and
a Principal Scientist of the
National Center for Biomedical Ontology.
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