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      10th Intl. Protégé Conference - July 15-18, 2007 - Budapest, Hungary
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Conference schedule subject to change. Contact the conference organizers with questions (protege-conf-organizers AT lists DOT stanford DOT edu).

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Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday

Sunday, July 15
Registration (8:00 – 9:00a)
Tutorials & Workshops (9:00 – 10:30a)
Do ontologies work? Barriers and Possibilities to Implement Ontologies in (Health) Information Systems

György Surján, Samson Tu


OWL Tutorial

Alan Rector, Olivier Dameron, Nick Drummond, Matthew Horridge

Application Development with Protégé

Timothy Redmond
Break (10:30 – 11:00a)
Tutorials & Workshops (11:00 – 12:30p)
Do ontologies work? –– continued OWL Tutorial –– continued Ontology Visualization

Jennifer Vendetti

Lunch (12:30 - 2:00p)
Tutorials & Workshops (2:00 - 3:30p)
How to Build and Maintain Useful Ontologies

Barry Smith

OWL Tutorial –– continued

Dameron Slides

JessTab & JessAgentTab Tutorial

Henrik Eriksson, Karl-Heinz Krempels

Break (3:30 - 4:00p)
Tutorials & Workshops (4:00 - 5:30p)
How to Build and Maintain Useful Ontologies –– continued SWRLTab Tutorial

Martin O'Connor
JessTab Tutorial –– continued

Monday, July 16
Registration (8:00 – 9:00a)
Session 1: Introduction, Chair: György Surján
9:00-9:15a Introduction, György Surján (National Institute for Strategic Health Research, Budapest, Hungary)
9:15-10:15a Protégé at 20: Taking Stock After Two Decades of Work, Mark Musen (Stanford University, US)
Break (10:15 – 10:40a)
Session 2: Applications, Chair: Harith Alani
10:40-11:00a A Protégé Ontology as the Core Component of a BioSense Message Analysis Framework, Cecil O. Lynch, Craig Cunningham, Eric Schripsema (OntoReason, LLC, US), Tim Morris, Barry Rhodes (US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US)
Abstract : Slides
11:00-11:20a Avoiding the "Inner-Platform Effect" by using Protégé, Ron Schultz (Metavante Image Solutions, US) - (unable to attend)
11:20-11:40a Applying Semantics (WSDL, WSDL-S, OWL) in Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Michael Herrmann, Oliver Dalferth (Daimler Chrysler AG, Germany), Muhammad Ahtisham Aslam (Betriebliche Informationssysteme, Universität Leipzig, Germany)
Abstract : Slides
Short Break (11:40 – 11:50a)
Session 3: Ontology Search, Chair: Nick Drummond
11:50-12:10p Searching Biomedical Ontologies Based on Content, Harith Alani, Nigel Shadbolt (University of Southampton, UK), Natalya F. Noy, Nigam Shah, Mark Musen (Stanford University, US)
12:10-12:30p A Protégé Plug-in-Based System to Manage and Query Large Domain Ontologies, E. Jiménez-Ruiz, V. Nebot, R. Berlanga, I. Sanz (Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain), A. Rios (Maat Gknowledge, Valencia, Spain)
Abstract : Slides
Lunch (12:30 – 2:00p)
Session 4: Ontologies, Chair: Samson Tu
2:00-2:20p An Ontology Visualization Tool for Indexing DICOM Structured Reporting (SR) Documents, Sonia Mhiri, Sylvie Despres (University of Paris, France)
Abstract: Slides
2:20-2:40p Software Engineering Ontology for Software Engineering Knowledge Management in Multi-site Software Development Environment, Pornpit Wongthongtham, Elizabeth Chang (Digital Ecosystems and Business Intelligence Institute, Curtin University, Australia), Ian Sommerville (School of Computer Science, St. Andrews University, UK)
2:40-3:00p Disease as an example of non-Aristotelian categories, György Surján (National Institute for Strategic Health Research, Budapest, Hungary)
Abstract: Slides
Break (3:00 – 3:30p)
Session 5: Document Management & Information Extraction, Chair: Matthew Horridge
3:30-3:50p Two Protégé plug-ins for supporting document-based ontology engineering and ontological annotation at document level, Viktoria Pammer, Peter Scheir, Stefanie Lindstaedt
Abstract : Slides
3:50-4:10p "Data-Driven" Ontologies for an Information Extraction System from Polish Mammography Reports, Agnieszka Mykowiecka, Malgorzata Marciniak, Teresa Podsiadly-Marczykowska (Warsaw, Poland)
Abstract : Slides
4:10-4:30p Document Management using Protégé, Henrik Eriksson (Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden)
Abstract : Slides
Session 6: Posters and Demos (4:30 – 6:00p)      Refreshments will be provided!

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Tuesday, July 17
Session 7: Keynote, Chair: Mark Musen
9:00-10:00a Ontology-Based Applications in the Age of the Semantic Web, Enrico Motta (Open University, UK)
Abstract : Slides
Break (10:00 – 10:30a)
Session 8: Rules & Inference, Chair: Olivier Dameron
10:30-10:50a SWRL Query Tab, Martin O'Connor (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
10:50-11:10a The Protégé-OWL SWRLTab and Temporal Data Mining in Surgery, Guenter Tusch (Stanford University, US & Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan, US), Martin O'Connor, Timothy Redmond, Ravi Shankar, Amar Das (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
11:10-11:30a Integrating Pathway knowledge using Semantic Web technologies, Nigam Shah, Martin O'Connor, Mark Musen (Stanford University, US)

XET Protégé Plug-in Environment, Photchanan Ratanajaipan, Chutiporn Anutariya, (Shinawatra University, Thailand), Vilas Wuwongse (Asian Insititute of Technology, Thailand), Ekawit Nantajeewarawat (Thammasat University, Thailand) (unable to attend)

Lunch (11:50 – 1:30p)
Session 9: Biomedical Applications, Chair: Günter Tusch
1:30-1:50p Build-up of Terminology Services for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) - part one: enterprise- and functional-level planning, Lászlo Balkányi, Gergely Héja
1:50-2:10p Build-up of Terminology Services for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) - part two: conceptual engineering, Gergely Héja, Lászlo Balkányi
2:10-2:30p Bridging Epoch: Mapping Two Clinical Trial Ontologies, Samson W. Tu, Ravi D. Shankar, Martin O'Connor, Amar K. Das (Stanford University, US), Douglas Fridsma (University of Pittsburgh, US), David B. Parrish (The Immune Tolerance Network, Pittsburgh, PA, US)
Abstract : Slides
2:30-2:50p Ontology-Driven Agent Code Generation for Home Care in Protégé, Akos Hajnal, Gianfranco Pedone, Laszlo Varga (Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary)
Break (2:50 – 3:20p)
Session 10: Ontology Database Integration, Chair: Henrik Eriksson

DataMaster - a Plug-in for Importing Schemas and Data from Relational Databases into Protégé, Csongor Nyulas, Martin O'Connor, Samson Tu (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides

3:50-4:20p Importing Spreadsheet data into Protégé: Spreadsheet plug-in, Jay Kola, Alan Rector (University of Manchester, UK)
Short Break (4:20 – 4:30p)
Session 11: Panel discussion: protege-discussion Live! (4:30 – 5:30p)
Conference Banquet (7:30 – 10:30p)

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Wednesday, July 18
Session 12: Languages & Interoperability, Chair: Natasha Noy
9:00-9:20a Frames and OWL, Templates and Constraints, Interpreters and Compilers, Alan Rector (University of Manchester, UK)
Abstract : Slides
9:20-9:50a Automatic generation of consistency constraints for an OWL representation of the FMA, Olivier Dameron, Julie Chabalier (Université de Rennes1, France)
Abstract : Slides
9:50-10:20a A Protégé Plug-in Development to Support the NEPOMUK Representational Language, Milena C. Caires, Simon Scerri, Siegried Handschuh (DERI, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland), Michael Sintek, Ludger van Elst (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) GmbH, Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Break (10:20 – 10:40a)
Session 13: Future of Protégé, Wrap-up, Chair: Alan Rector
10:40-11:00a Semantic ProtégéWiki, Holger Lewen, York Sure, Markus Zondler, Denny Vrandecic, Markus Krötzsch, (Institut AIFB, Universitaet Karlsruhe, Germany)
11:00-11:20a The Next-Generation Protégé-OWL Editor and the OWL Toolkit, Matthew Horridge (University of Manchester, UK)
Abstract : Slides
11:20-11:40a Collaborative Protégé, Tania Tudorache, Natasha Noy (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
11:40-12:00p The Future of Protégé, Timothy Redmond (Stanford University, US)
12:00-12:20p Wrap-up (open discussion), Protégé Staff

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