The main objective of this workshop is to build the basis for further cooperation between OntoCommons and projects related to FAIR implementation, EOSC infrastructure and data management good practices (Research Data Alliance).
The European Open Science Cloud has finally entered its highly-anticipated implementation phase (2021-2027). The EOSC Symposium 2021 provides a key engagement opportunity for the EOSC community.
The 'DORIC-MM 2021' workshop, co-located with the ESWC 2021 event, is going to take place in June 2021.
Read more about this event, placed in the semantic landscape in the contexts of materials and manufacturing.
During the course of the FAIRsFAIR project, the team has been working on defining a common metadata description for Semantic Artefacts (SA) to make them FAIR.
Digital Marketplaces are multisided collaborative and trading platforms that facilitate materials innovation by easing access to otherwise disparate sources and deployments of information, expertise, sof
The Top-Level and Mid-Level Ontologies Multi-Disciplinary Workshop is primarily intended to gather Top Level Ontology (TLO) and Mid-Level Ontology (MLO) stakeholders to create an EU based network, spanning from the philosophical community to formal TLO/MLO developers and users.
It might be said, similarly to many other roles and activities, that an ontology engineer is only as good as his/her tool, but what are the tools for ontology engineering and how good are they?
The ENDORSE (European Data Conference on Reference Data and Semantics) 2021 is going to take place online from 16.03 to 19.03.
The workshop will present real world industrial use cases that benefit from the use of ontologies. Participants can get in direct contact with experts with their ideas and questions.