Semantic Days 2012 in Stavanger

Semantic Days 2012

Time: 8-10 May 2012

Venue: Sola Strand Hotel

The conference Semantic Days 2012 is to be held on the 8th of May to the 10th of May 2012 at Sola Strand Hotel.
Conference theme: Intelligent Information Management

General information about Semantic Days

Semantic Days in Stavanger is an annual conference that has become a meeting place for industrial use of semantic web technologies with solid contribution from research institutes and universities.

Presentations from the conference

Presentations from the main conference are available for download here.
Presentations from the tutorials and the project parallel sessions will be made published consecutively as we receive them. They will be available from the same location.

Registration & Invitation Flyer

Registration form
Invitation Flyer with short program
Accommodation and Transportation

Preliminary Program

Pre Meetings

PCA Forum and Member meetings will take place on Monday May 7th and Tuesday May 8th. More information about these meetings can be found here.

Tuesday May 8th

13:00-17:00 Tutorials

Information and Data Quality (IDQ)

Introduction to Semantic Technology

Big Linked Data

Wednesday May 9th

08:30-09:00 Registration and coffee

09:00-10:40 Keynotes session: Intelligent Information Management - Needs and solutions

Session chair: PhD. Kari Anne Haaland Thorsen (PCA)
09:00 Welcome from the program committee
09:10 Keynote: The value of sharing information, Flaggkommandør Sverre Engeness
09:40 Keynote: Relevant and trustworthy information – a crucial ingredient in risk management, Marianne Hauso, Director of Operation - DNV Risk Management Solutions
10:10 Keynote: Using Data from to the Web to observe communities, Prof. Stefan Decker, DERI

10:40-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Session 1: Big Data

Session chair: Professor Arild Waaler (University of Oslo)
11:00 On demand access to Big Data through Semantic Technologies, Peter Haase (Fluid Operations)
11:30 Scaling-out Semantic Data - Management and Processing, PhD. Tomasz Wlodarczyk (University of Stavanger)
12:00 Building Earth Observatories using Semantic Web and Scientific Database Technologies, Manolis Koubarakis (University of Athens)

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:00 Session 2: Real-time Data

Session chair: Dumitru Roman (SINTEF)
13:30 Challenges, Approaches, and Solutions in Stream Reasoning, Emanuele Della Valle (Politecnico di Milano)
14:00 The North West Red Water Project, Alan T. Johnston (MIMOSA)
14:30 Challenging Real-time Data with Semantic Technologies, Mikhail Roshchin (Siemens)

15:00-15:30 Afternoon break

15:30-17:00 Session 3: Data Management and Reporting

Session chair: Dumitru Roman (SINTEF)
15:30 EPIM Reporting Hub - Semantic Reporting for the Norwegian Oil and Gas Industry, David Price (Top Quadrant)
16:00 Semantic challenges in environmental monitoring, PhD Vidar Hepsø (Statoil)
16:30 Linked Data for the Enterprise: Opportunities and Challenges, Marin Dimitrov (Ontotext)

17:15-19:00 Interoperability Pilot

19:00- Conference Dinner

Entertainment by Randi Tytingvåg

Thursday May 10th

08:00-08:30 Registration and coffee

08:30-10:00 Session 4: Information Quality

Session chair: Commander Senior Grade Tor Arne Irgens (Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation)
08:30 Data quality challenges in acquisition of Fighter Vehicles, Jarl Kvanli (Network Norway AS)
09:00 Information quality – A key to Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Trygve Sparr (Norwegian Defence Research Establishment)
09:30 Weaving the Pedantic Web - Information Quality on the Web of Data, Andreas Harth (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-12:00 Session 5: Information Quality - continues

Session chair: Commander Senior Grade Tor Arne Irgens (Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation)
10:30 Semantic search and reporting implementation on .15926 platform, Victor Agroskin (TechInvestLab.ru)
11:00 Practical usage of ISO 15926 reference data, Darius Kanga, Bechtel
11:30 Markus Stumptner, University of South Australia

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-15:00 Project Parallel Sessions

EqHub
This will be a joint Semantic Days and EqHub session.
This session is open for both participants of Semantic Days and participants of the EqHub conference.
More information about the content in this session will be posted on EqHub’s website at a later stage.
NB! This session will run until 16:00

JORD (Joint Operational Reference Data) Project
Interoperable use of ISO15926 depends on resolvable Reference Data. The JORD project is enhancing the existing PCA RDS in partnership with FIATECH to ensure scalable, sustainable and reliable reference data services. As well as providing upgraded triple-store-based library system, core content and management tools, the project is also delivering the methodology by which asset information is mapped to ISO15926 reference data and template patterns, and the procedures by which compliance is validated. This session will provide an update on the project scope and deliverables, and will also provide an opportunity to review the triple-store prototype, and work through the latest methodology. (Subject to demand, the session will run until 16:00 )


Integrated real-time environmental monitoring in the oil and gas industry (Statoil, Kongsberg, DNV, IBM, SINTEF)
Based on the challenges from the presentation given in the reporting session (Semantic challenges in environmental monitoring), we will explore different ontologies from the oil and gas domain together with ontologies from other domains, as well as how these ontologies can be used together in the real-time environmental monitoring project at Statoil. Link to presentations; SINTEF presentation.

Partners:

RuleML 2012

Sponsors:

Statoil Sintef Armed Forces DNV UiO

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