Monthly Archives: May 2016

Towards the (Dutch) Archaeological Linked Open Data Cloud

Archaeological projects typically produce a large number of information containers, amongst which are documents and reports on excavation activities and discovered artifacts. In Modern archaeology, this often also includes various forms of media, as well as general-purpose and geospatial databases.

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Rapid Ontology Creation

Traditionally, ontologies are built, per domain, by ontology experts, after conducting lengthy interviews with people who are experts in that particular domain. For example, for a search function for a food website, chefs, caterers and students would be among those

Posted in Dena Tahvildari, Staff Blogs

2nd TMT Workshop in Bamako

Kasadaka as presented by AOPP From 7-9 May 2016, the second TMT-AOPP workshop was held in Bamako, Mali. This workshop was held in the context of the Tailor Made Training project that VU Amsterdam participates in together with the Malinese farmer organization Association

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

2nd TMT Workshop in Bamako

Kasadaka as presented by AOPP From 7-9 May 2016, the second TMT-AOPP workshop was held in Bamako, Mali. This workshop was held in the context of the Tailor Made Training project that VU Amsterdam participates in together with the Malinese farmer organization Association

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

CultuurLINK Linking Award

Happy and suprised to find the first (and so far only) CultuurLink Linking Award in my mail box yesterday! I checked with the nice people over at Spinque.com and it turns out it was a token of appreciation for being

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

CultuurLINK Linking Award

Happy and suprised to find the first (and so far only) CultuurLink Linking Award in my mail box yesterday! I checked with the nice people over at Spinque.com and it turns out it was a token of appreciation for being

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Dr. Ivano Malavolta joins the S2 Group!

Ivano started this week as assistant professor in the Software and Services (S2) research group, lead by prof. Patricia Lago. His research focuses on software architecture and model-driven engineering, with a special interest on how MDE methods and techniques can

Posted in Data2Semantics, Projects