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= Fabian Neuhaus  =
 
= Fabian Neuhaus  =
  
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National Institute of Standards & Technology
 
National Institute of Standards & Technology
 
100 Bureau Drive, MS 8260
 
100 Bureau Drive, MS 8260
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fneuhaus<at>nist<dot>gov  
 
fneuhaus<at>nist<dot>gov  
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see: http://userpages.umbc.edu/~fneuhaus/index.html
 
  
 
My academic background is in philosophy and logic. However, I have been working in the area of applied ontology since 2004. My research interests are corresponding broad ranging from common logic and Basic Formal Ontology to the ontology of anatomy  and supply chain integration.  
 
My academic background is in philosophy and logic. However, I have been working in the area of applied ontology since 2004. My research interests are corresponding broad ranging from common logic and Basic Formal Ontology to the ontology of anatomy  and supply chain integration.  
  
Currently, I am an employee of the University of Maryland and an associate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.  
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Currently, I am an employee of Prometheus Computing and a guest researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
My website is: http://www.fabian-neuhaus.de
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Fabian Neuhaus     (1)

National Institute of Standards & Technology 100 Bureau Drive, MS 8260 Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8260 USA     (1A)

fneuhaus<at>nist<dot>gov     (1B)


My academic background is in philosophy and logic. However, I have been working in the area of applied ontology since 2004. My research interests are corresponding broad ranging from common logic and Basic Formal Ontology to the ontology of anatomy and supply chain integration.     (1C)

Currently, I am an employee of Prometheus Computing and a guest researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.     (1D)