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[ontolog-forum] Ontolog Invited Speaker - Dr. Timoth Redmond - Thu 2006

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From: "Peter P. Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 19:56:04 -0700
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We are pleased to announce that *Dr. Timothy Redmond* from 
Stanford will be joining us on Thursday, June 29, 2006, to 
present a talk on *Developing Applications in Protege*.    (02)

This is a part of the series of events (talks and discussion 
sessions) between April and July 2006 that revolve around the 
topic: "Ontologizing the Ontolog Body of Knowledge" during which 
this community will explore the "what's" and "how's" to the 
development of a semantically interoperable application, using 
the improved access to the community knowledge of Ontolog as a 
case in point.    (03)

*Conference call-in details*:    (04)

Date: Thursday, June 29, 2006
Start Time:  17:30 UTC / 1:30pm EDT / 10:30am PDT
   (World Time:
Session Duration: ~2 Hours
Dial-in Number: +1-641-696-6600 (Iowa)
Participant Access Code: "686564#"
Shared-screen support will be available    (05)

Topic: *Developing Applications in Protege*    (06)

*Abstract*: (by Tim Redmond)    (07)

Protege is a very popular ontology editor. In addition to its 
capabilities as a simple application for viewing and editing 
ontologies, it also boasts a highly flexible plugin architecture 
and a rich knowledge base application interface. In this talk we 
will describe approaches for developing graphical plugins 
embedded in the Protege graphical interface and to develop 
standalone applications based on the Protege knowledge base 
application interface.    (08)

*About the Speaker*:    (09)

*Dr. Timothy Redmond* is a recent addition to Stanford Medical 
Informatics' Protege project team who is taking over the 
responsibilities of the chief Protege architect. He received a 
B.S. in Mathematics from the University of California, Santa 
Barbara (1980) and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Princeton 
University (1984). Since that time, Dr. Redmond has worked in the 
area of formal methods and their application to verifying the 
correctness and security of computer systems. He has extensive 
experience with formal methods including experience using systems 
such as HOL, InaJo and SDVS.    (010)

*Refer to details on the session wiki page at*:
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2006_06_29    (011)

This will be a virtual session over an augmented conference call. 
The session is expected to start with a 45 min. ~ 1 Hour 
presentation followed by an extended discussion between the 
participants and the speaker. The entire session will be recorded 
and made available as open content under the prevailing Ontolog 
IPR policy (see: 
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?WikiHomePage#nid32).    (012)

As usual, this Ontolog event is open to all. I look forward to 
having you at this session. Please pass the announcement along to 
those who might be interested to join us too.    (013)

*RSVP* by by emailing me at <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx> offline.    (014)

Regards. =ppy    (015)

Peter P. Yim
Co-convener, Ontolog    (016)

P.S. For other Ontolog events that has been lined up, please 
consult the "News & Announcement" section on our wiki at: 
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