Title: Natural Language Interfaces to Ontologies
Danica Damljanovic is a Research Associate in the GATE team, Natural Language Processing (NLP) Group, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield. Her interests include applying NLP and Information Retrieval to semantic web applications, usability of Natural Language Interfaces, Question answering systems, and application of semantic web technologies to E-Tourism.
Title: Intelligent Segmentation of Large Datasets
Matthias Assel is from Department Intelligent Service Infrastructures, High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). He is the leader of Work Package 5 in the LarKC Project. His actual research focus rests on scalable applications/algorithms for context-sensitive data access, distributed data and text mining, and contextual content search as well as intelligent infrastructures for next-generation computing systems.
Title: Interleaving reasoning and selection by knowledge summarization
Yan Wang is a PhD student at International WIC Institute (WICI), Beijing University of Technology. She is interested in medical literature search and reasoning. Her research interests include Semantic Web and Web Intelligence.
Title: Scalable and parallel reasoning in the Semantic Web
Jacopo Urbani is a PhD student in Distributed Systems and Semantic Web at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His current research focuses on large scale reasoning in the Semantic Web. He is the winner of ESWC 2010 best student paper award, IEEE SCALE 2010 challenge at CCGrid 2010.
Title: Contrastive Reasoning with Inconsistent Ontologies
Jun Fang is currently a lecture in the school of automation at Northwestern Polytechnical University, China. His current work focuses on Semantic Web and ontology reasoning, especially on scalable reasoning and reasoning with inconsistent ontologies.
Title: Relation prediction using machine learning in semantic domains
Yi Huang is a staff scientist at Siemens Corporate Research and Technology and is doing his PhD at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. His research interests focus on statistical machine learning, text mining, information retrieval, and the Semantic Web.
Title: ANSWERS: A Novel Semantic Web-Enabled Recommender System
Daniele Dell'Aglio has been working since 2008 as junior researcher at CEFRIEL. His research activities focus on Semantic Web technologies, recommender systems, location-aware and mobile applications. He is currently participating in the Urban Computing research activities of LarKC FP7 project and in research activities related to Web service and recommender systems in SOA4All and Indenica FP7 projects. In the past he participated in the ended Service-Finder FP7 project.