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Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

Monday / JULY 18
8:30-9:30 Registration
9:30-11:00 Tutorial:
Ontology Development 101


Slides

Noy
Tutorial:
OWL Tutorial I

Slides

Drummond, Horridge, Knublauch

Tutorial:
Application development with Protégé

Slides

Tu, Fergerson

Workshop:
Protégé with Rules

Golbreich
11:00-11:30 Break
11:30-1:00
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1:00-2:30 Lunch
2:30-4:00 Tutorial:
Managing ontology life-cycle in Protégé

Slides

Tu, Vendetti
Tutorial:
Advanced reasoning with OWL

Slides
Dameron, Supekar
Tutorial:
Protégé Plug-in Development


Slides
Fergerson
Workshop:
Ontology Transformation and Interoperability

Solbrig, Johnson, Chute
4:00-4:30 Break
4:30-6:30
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6:30-7:30 Welcome Reception (refreshments provided)


Tuesday / JULY 19
8:30-9:30 Registration
  Session 1: Introduction and Keynote, Chair: Richard Benjamins
9:30-9:45 Introduction
9:45-10:45 From Cottage Industry to the Industrial Age: New Infrastructure for Ontology Authoring and Dissemination, Mark Musen (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
10:45-11:00 Break
  Session 2: Using Protégé in Applications, Chair: Harold Solbrig
11:00-11:30 Use of Ontologies to Support Design Activities at DaimlerChrysler, Oleg Lukibanov (DaimlerChrysler, US)
Abstract : Slides
11:30-12:00 Ontology Modelling of Industry Standards for Large Model Visualization and Design Review using Protégé, Jorge Posada, Carlos Toro (VICOMtech Research Centre, Spain), Stefan Wundrak, André Stork (Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany)
Abstract : Slides
12:00-12:30 Towards a Unified Assembly System Design Ontology using Protégé, Niels Lohse, George Valtchanov, Svetan Ratchev (University of Nottingham, UK), Mauro Onori (Royal Institute of Technolgy, Sweden), José Barata (New University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Abstract : Slides
12:30-1:00 Using Ontologies to Build Web Service-based Architecture for Airspace Systems, Andre Valente (Knowledge Systems Ventures, US), Douglas Holmes (Java Professionals, US), Frank C. Alvidrez (Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, US)
Abstract : Slides
1:00-2:30 Lunch
  Session 3: Plug-ins and Extensions, Chair: Harith Alani
2:30-3:00 Jambalaya Express: Ontology Visualization-On-Demand, Robert Lintern, Margaret-Anne Storey (University of Victoria, Canada)
Abstract : Slides
3:00-3:30 Selective Ontology Viewer, Krishnakumar Pooloth, Swaminathan Natarajan (Infosys Technologies Ltd, India)
Abstract : Slides
3:30-4:00 Support for Semantic Documents in Protégé, Henrik Eriksson (Linköping University, Sweden)
Abstract : Slides
4:00-4:30 The OWL-S Editor – A Domain-Specific Extension to Protégé, Daniel Elenius (SRI International, US)
Abstract
4:30-6:30 Session 4: Posters and Demos (refreshments provided)
TBD Conference Dinner & Flamenco Dance Show

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Wednesday / JULY 20
  Session 5: OWL and the Semantic Web, Chair: Ronald Cornet
9:30-10:00 Protégé-OWL and the Semantic Web, Holger Knublauch (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
10:00-10:30 Why & when to use a classifier?, Alan Rector (University of Manchester, UK)
Abstract : Slides
10:30-11:00 A Heuristic Approach to Explain the Inconsistency in OWL Ontologies, Hai Wang, Matthew Horridge, Alan Rector, Nick Drummond, Julian Seidenberg (University of Manchester, UK)
Abstract : Slides
11:00-11:30 Break
  Session 6: Collaborative Development of Ontologies and Applications, Chair: Christopher Chute
11:30-12:00 ONTO-H: A collaborative semiautomatic annotation tool, Benjamins V.R., Contreras J., Blázquez, M., Niño M. (Intelligent Software Components, Spain), García A., Navas E., Rodriguez J., Hernandez F., Wert C., (Residencia de Estudiantes, Spain), Dodero J.M. (Universidad Carlos III, Spain)
Abstract : Slides
12:00-12:30 CO-Protege: A groupware Tool for Supporting Collaborative Ontology Design and Divergence, Alicia Diaz, Guillermo Baldo (Lifia, France)
Abstract : Slides
12:30-1:00 A Peer-review Approach for Ontology Evaluation, Kaustubh Supekar (Stanford University, US)
Abstract
1:00-2:30 Lunch
  Session 7: Ontologies, Chair: Peter Szolovits
2:30-2:50 An Ontology for Generic Wireless Authentication Data, Asma Alazeib, Andreas Diehl (Alcatel SEL AG, Germany)
Abstract : Slides
2:50-3:10 Exploration of the Human Nuclear Receptor Dimerization Network with Protégé – A Case Study for Biomolecular Interaction Data Management and Analysis, Gregory Amoutzias (Manchester University, UK), Elgar Pichler (AstraZeneca Research Center, US)
Abstract
3:10-3:30 Using Protégé to build a Molecular Network Ontology, Eduardo Battistella, Renata Vieira, José G. C. de Souza, Adriana N. dos Reis, João Paulo M. da Silva, ClŠudia K. Barcellos, Norma M. da Silva, Guilherme B. Bedin, José C. M. Mombach, Ney Lemke (UNISINOS, Brazil)
Abstract : Slides
3:30-3:50 FCAView Tab: A Concept-oriented View Generation Tool for Clinical Data Using Formal Concept Analysis, Guoqian Jiang, Katsuhiko Ogasawara, Naoki Nishimoto, Akira Endoh, Tsunetaro Sakurai (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Abstract : Slides
3:50-4:20 Break
  Session 8: Integrating Protégé with Other Environments, Chair: Christine Golbreich
4:20-4:40 Protégé Knowledge Base Coordinator, Noah Zimmerman, Stephen Meehan and Leonore Herzenberg (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
4:40-4:50 Passerelle – a plug-in that connects Protégé to Sesame, Kalid Askar, Yella Siril, Mark Dougherty (Dalarna University, Sweden)
Abstract : Slides
4:50-5:20 Transformation of Protégé Ontologies into the Eclipse Modeling Framework: A Practical Use Case based on the Foundational Model of Anatomy, Deepak K. Sharma, Thomas M. Johnson, Harold R. Solbrig, Christopher G. Chute (Mayo Clinic, US)
Abstract : Slides
5:20-5:30 Break
5:30-6:30 Session 9: Panel discussion: protege-discussion Live!

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Thursday / JULY 21
  Session 10: Invited Talk, Chair: Mark Musen
9:30-10:30 Ontologies: Ancient and Modern, Nigel Shadbolt (University of Southampton, UK)
Abstract : Slides
10:30-11:00 Break
  Session 11: Modeling Issues, Chair: Alan Rector
11:00-11:30 The role of terminology management in creating ontologies, Susan Thomas (SAP Research, Germany)
Abstract : Slides
11:30-12:00 Using OWL and Description Logics-Based Classification for Reasoning in Biomedical Applications, Daniel L. Rubin, Olivier Dameron (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
12:00-12:30 Migrating the FMA from Protégé to OWL, Christine Golbreich (University Rennes 1, France), Songmao Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China), Olivier Bodenreider (U.S. National Library of Medicine, US)
Abstract
12:30-1:00 Representing and Using Template-Knowledge for a Medical Ontology in Protégé, Michel Klein, Ronald Cornet (The Netherlands)
Abstract
1:00-2:30 Lunch
  Session 12: Meta-Protégé, Chair: Henrik Eriksson
2:30-3:00 Keeping modular and platform-independent software up-to-date: benefits from the Semantic Web, Olivier Dameron (Stanford University, US)
Abstract : Slides
3:00-3:30 Common Features of Killer Apps: A Comparison with Protégé, Harith Alani, Kieron O’Hara, Nigel Shadbolt (University of Southampton, UK)
Abstract : Slides
3:30-4:30 Future of Protégé, Wrap-up, Ray Fergerson (Stanford University, US)

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