U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium Series

3rd U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium
March 9-11, 2020 at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Accepted Sessions


(Inter)operational Semantic Resources in Earth and Environmental Science

Organizers:

  • Lewis Mcgibbney (NASA),
  • Pier Luigi Buttigieg (Alfred Wegener Institute),
  • Lu Zhou (Kansas State University),
  • Gary Berg-Cross (Ontolog Forum),
  • Chris Mungall (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory),
  • Ruth Duerr (Ronin Institute),
  • Anne Thessen (Oregon State University), and
  • Ramona Walls (University of Arizona)

Fostering an Awesome Tool Ecosystem for the Semantic Web

Organizers:

  • Hilmar Lapp (Duke University) and
  • Rafael Gonçalves (Stanford University)

Hybrid AI for Context Understanding

Organizers:

  • Alessandro Oltramari (Bosch Research and Technology Center),
  • Cory Henson (Bosch Research and Technology Center),
  • Ruwan Wickramarachchi (University of South Carolina),
  • Don Brutzman (Naval Postgraduate School), and
  • Richard Markeloff (Raytheon BBN Technologies)

Identifying Best Practices in Multi-paradigm Ontology Family Development

Organizers:

  • Cogan Shimizu (Kansas State University) and
  • Evan Wallace (US National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Organizers:

  • Monireh Ebrahimi (Kansas State University),
  • Bassem Makni (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center),
  • Aaron Eberhart (Kansas State University), and
  • Amir Hossein Yazdavar (Kansas State University)

Semantic Enterprise Data: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Organizers:

  • Juan Sequeda (Data.World),
  • Ralph Hodgson (Topquadrant), and
  • Michael Uschold (Semantic Arts)

Next Steps Toward Easier RDF

Organizers:

  • David Booth (Yosemite Project) and
  • Peter Winstanley (Semantic Arts, UK Ltd.)

JSON-LD as an On Ramp to the Semantic Web: A Tutorial

Organizers:

  • Harold Solbrig (Johns Hopkins University) and
  • Dazhi Jiao (Johns Hopkins University)



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