Blog posts regarding events I visited.
At the end of November 2019 I could visit the sunny California to attend the Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-Cap).
A lot of interesting workshops, tutorials and talks covered topics such as the representation of knowledge in Wikidata,
approaches to transform tabular data to Linked Data, or the representation of scientific literature and processes as Knowledge Graphs.
Additionally I could present our work on MontoloStats. Continue reading for the full trip report!
In the last week of October 2019 I attended the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) in Auckland, New Zealand.
I had the honor to present my PhD plan at the ISWC Doctoral Consortium.
In this blog post I talk a bit about the conference and focus on a few presentations I found particular interesting or relevant for my PhD regarding guidelines for the design and use of ontologies.
In the first week of July I participated the first edition of the International Semantic Web Research Summer School (ISWS) in Bertinoro, Italy.
It was an exciting event, where I had a lot of fun and learned also a lot!
Continue reading for the full travel report.
At the end of May I had the chance to attend the WebScience conference. A venue where computer scientists and social scientists meet!
ACM Turing Lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, adaptive learning analytics, roots of radicalisation on Twitter, internet regulation in Russia.
These are only some of the very interesting topics. Continue reading for the full travel report.