OWLED 2008 — building the craft of reasoning on the Semantic Web

September 26th, 2008 by Kaitlin Thaney

Registration is now open for OWLED 2008 – OWL: Experiences and Directions – a workshop series for practitioners in industry and academia, tool developers and others interested in the ontology language, to describe real and potential applications, to share experience and to discuss requirements for language extensions/modifications. The forum will be held October 26-27 in Karlsruhe, Germany, co-located with the 7th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC). The event is co-sponsored by Science Commons, and our own Alan Ruttenberg sits as the chair of OWLED.

Like its predecessors, the fifth workshop in the series aims at bringing users, implementors and researchers together in order to measure the current state of need against the state of the art, to share experience applying OWL and to set an agenda for language evolutions that satisfy users. With the specification of OWL 2 well in progress, the workshop will be an excellent opportunity to learn about, discuss and debate new developments in the language, and to give feedback to the working group.

OWLED is a forum for meeting people who have experience using OWL. Many of the designers and leading researchers who participated in the development of OWL attend, and the workshop is characterized by its interactive nature and the friendly sharing of knowledge.

To register, visit the ISWC Registration page and make your selection in the section Conferences Early Registration.

For more information about registration, including details on deadlines for discounted registration and student support, please visit this page.

Register today! The deadline for getting the best discount is coming up quickly – September 30. We hope to see you there.

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