Alessandro Oltramari    (3U4I)

Post-doc Research Associate,
Carnegie Mellon University

Scientific Consultant - Semantic Engineer (R&D), 
B-Sm@rk Ltd

email: oltramale [at]    (3U4J)

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Dr. Oltramari received his PhD from University of Trento (Italy) in Cognitive Science and Education, in co-tutorship with the Institute for Cognitive Science and Technology of the Italian National Research Council (ISTC-CNR). He also has a B.S. in Philosophy of Science (University of Padua, Italy). He has worked as a research scientist at the Laboratory for Applied Ontology (ISTC-CNR) in Trento since 2000. Alessandro has been a Visiting Research Associate at Princeton University (Cognitive Science Laboratory - WordNet group) in 2005 and 2006.    (3U4L)

His primary interests are in cognitive science and semantic technologies: most of his research questions center around how to combine cognitive systems and knowledge resources in the AI framework. In particular, Alessandro's research activity at Carnegie Mellon University mainly deals with integrating ontologies and ACT-R cognitive architecture for high-level reasoning and predictive analytics.    (3U4M)

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... Alessandro, at your convenience, please edit this page, and keep it updated so the community can get to know you better. Welcome! ... (read this if it's your first time editing the Ontolog wiki.) =ppy    (3U4S)