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Ontology Summit 2010: Creating the Ontologists of the Future     (1)

5th in the series of a 3-month annual event by and for the Ontology Community. This Summit is co-organized by Ontolog, NIST, NCOR, NCBO & IAOA     (1A)

What's New     (1C)

  • 2010_03_11 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future" - community session: Review and Alignment of Draft Deliverables and Final sync-up prior to the symposium - ConferenceCall_2010_03_11        (1C5)
  • 2010_03_04 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future" - Panel Session-5: "Synthesizing the Community Input" - ConferenceCall_2010_03_04        (1C6)
  • 2009_12_17 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future" - Panel Session-1: "Surveying the Landscape and the Possibilities" - ConferenceCall_2009_12_17        (1C12)
  • 2009.12.16: Discussion Pages dedicated to each Track created     (1C13)
  • 2009_12_10 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future" - Launch Event - ConferenceCall_2009_12_10        (1C15)
  • The 2010 NIST Interoperability Week is going to be on the week of 15-Mar-2010     (1C18)
    • Our 2-day OntologySummit2010_Symposium has now been scheduled for March 15 & 16, 2010 (Monday and Tuesday), and, like the previous years, it will be held at the NIST campus at Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.     (1C18A)

Objective     (1D)

Theme: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future"     (1D1)

Description, Goals & Objectives     (1E)

Increasingly, major national and international projects centered on ontology technology are being advanced by governments and by scientific and industrial organizations. This brings a growing need for ontology expertise and thus for new methods and institutions for the training of ontologists. The 2010 Ontology Summit will explore strategies to address this need in terms of curriculum, establishment of new career tracks, role of ontology support organizations and funding agencies, as well as training in the analysis and comparison of methodologies for designing, maintaining, implementing, testing and applying ontologies and associated tools and resources.     (1E1)

Process & Deliverables     (1F)

Similar to our last 4 summits, this Ontology Summit will comprise of 3 months of virtual discourse (over our archived mailing lists) and virtual panel sessions (over augmented conference calls), and will culminate in a 2-day face-to-face workshop/symposium to be held on Mon & Tue, 15 & 16-March-2010 at NIST (Gaithersburg, Maryland, US) during which we will, among other things, distill our thoughts into a collaboratively developed Communiqu�� (and possibly even a range of follow-up projects and action items.)     (1F1)

Discussion     (1G)

The Team     (1H)

  • Conveners:     (1H4)
    • these are key participants who provided substantive contribution to the Ontology Summit 2010 initiative through:     (1H4A)
      • the online discourse,     (1H4A1)
      • the research and subsequent synthesis work,     (1H4A2)
      • authoring/presentation of various relevant positions and perspectives (for this Summit),     (1H4A3)
      • preparing the drafts of relevant documentation and our Summit "Communique" (which were then collaboratively reviewed and adopted during the face-to-face meetings),     (1H4A4)
    • participants at the face-to-face meetings (either on-site or remotely), and     (1H4B)
    • all members of the organizing committee     (1H4C)
    • to these conveners, who made this initiative a reality, we express our deepest appreciation and gratitude.     (1H4D)

You are cordially invited to join us!     (1I)

  • Like all activities Ontolog has been hosting, this is open to everyone.     (1I1)
    • Do join us if you concur with the theme and objective of this endeavor and would like to participate in, or follow the progress of the discourse     (1I1A)
  • specific individuals who may be interested include (but not limit to):     (1I2)
    • members of ontology communities     (1I2A)
    • members of higher education institutions that are providing ontology education, or those planning to do so     (1I2B)
    • stakeholders of ontology education and training     (1I2C)
    • enablers of ontology education and training     (1I2D)
    • researchers in ontology education and training     (1I2E)
    • potential user organizations     (1I2F)
    • potential funders of ontology and ontological engineering work     (1I2G)
    • people in academia, research, industry and the web working on sharing knowledge, semantic interoperability, knowledge representation, artificial intelligence ... who are engaged in the research, development, engineering and implementation of these subject matters     (1I2H)
  • Please join us in the "Ontology Summit 2010" virtual discourse (as one of the conveners of this initiative),     (1I3)
    • If you are already an Ontolog Member:     (1I3A)
      • to participate in the "Ontology Summit 2010" virtual discourse, please subscribe to the [ontology-summit] forum (the convener's mailing list), by sending an empty (no message body is needed) message to: ontology-summit-join [at] ontolog.cim3.net     (1I3A1)
      • if you run into any problem, please send your subscription request directly to <peter.yim@cim3.com>     (1I3A3)
    • If you are not already an Ontolog Member:     (1I3B)
      • please take a look at the details in our "Membership" section and (if you like what you see) join us by following the details there.     (1I3B1)
      • then subscribe yourself to the [ontology-summit] forum (the convener's mailing list) as described above.     (1I3B2)
      • (alternatively) if you run into any problem, please send your request directly to <peter.yim@cim3.com>     (1I3B3)

Discussion Archives & Shared-File Workspace     (1J)

Conference Call, Meeting & Workshop     (1K)

Event Calendar     (1K1)

  • Thu 2009.12.10 - Launch Event (virtual session)     (1K1A)
  • Thu 2009.12.17 - Panel Session-1: "Surveying the Landscape and the Possibilities" (virtual session)     (1K1B)
  • Thu 2010.01.14 - Panel Session-2: "Content" Track panel session (virtual session)     (1K1C)
  • Thu 2010.02.04 - Panel Session-3: "Requirements" Track panel session (virtual session)     (1K1D)
  • Thu 2010.02.11 - Panel Session-4: "Quality" Track panel session (virtual session)     (1K1E)
  • Thu 2010.03.04 - draft deliverables review and alignment (virtual session)     (1K1F)
  • Thu 2010.03.11 - final community sync-up prior to the symposium (virtual session)     (1K1G)
  • Mon & Tue 2010.03.15 & 16 - Summit symposium at NIST (Gaithersburg, MD, USA) (face-to-face with remote participation support)     (1K1H)

Ontology Summit 2010 Symposium - 15 & 16-March-2010 - at NIST, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA     (1K2)

Open / Convener Sessions     (1K3)

  • Ontology Summit 2010 Kick-off - 2009_12_10 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010: "Creating the Ontologists of the Future" - Launch Event - ConferenceCall_2009_12_10        (1K3A)
  • Pre-launch planning meeting - 2009_11_05 - Thursday: Ontology Summit 2010 Community Input & Planning Session - co-chair: Steve Ray & Barry Smith - ConferenceCall_2009_11_05        (1K3B)

Organizing Committee Sessions     (1K4)

Ontology Summit 2010 in the News, Blogosphere & Literature     (1L)

... (insert content here, latest at the top)     (1L1)

Additional Resources     (1M)


This page is maintained by members of the OntologySummit2010 Organizing Committee.     (1M5)

Please send any suggestions, comments and edits for this page to <peter.yim@cim3.com>     (1M6)

or to any other committee member. Thanks. =ppy/2009.10.23     (1M7)



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