Presentations from the invited speakers and from other contributors (name and title in blue) are available below.
22-23 June - Main conference
Eva M. Méndez Rodríguez: You call it Terminology, I call it Vocabularies: LOV for data in open science and cultural heritage Professor and Deputy Vice-President for Strategy and Digital Education at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
The slides are available hereSebastian Hellmann: Challenges, Approaches and Future Work for Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD)
Head of the AKSW/KILT research group at Leipzig University - http://aksw.org/Groups/KILT Executive Director of the DBpedia Association at InfAI
The slides are available here (Abstract available in the left-hand menu)
Session 1: Termbanks & terminology management
Bruno Nahod: Can Big National Term Banks Maintain Complex Cross-Domain Conceptual Relations?
Miki Iwai, Kyo Kageura & Koichi Takeuchi: Cross-lingual structual correspondence between terminologies: The case of English and Japan
Maria Pozzi: Design of a corpus for mathematical knowledge transfer to 6 to 12 year-old children
Antonio Pareja-Lora: Enabling Linked-Data-Based Semantic Annotations – the Ontological Modeling of Semantics in the OntoLingAnnot Model
Session 5: Terminology, ontologies & linked data
Chair: Eva Méndez Rodriguez
Julia Bosque-Gil, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Jorge Gracia & Guadalupe Aguado-De-Cea: Terminoteca RDF: a Gathering Point for Multilingual Terminologies in Spain
Bruno Almeida, Christophe Roche & Rute Costa: Terminology and ontology development in the domain of Islamic archaeology
Sara Carvalho, Rute Costa & Christophe Roche: LESS Can Indeed Be More: Linguistic and Conceptual Challenges in the Age of Interoperability
Session 6: Terminology & knowledge organization systems
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Last updated by: Hanne Erdman Thomsen 20/12/2016