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Ontology Summit 2022     (1)

The Ontology Summit is an annual series of events that involves the ontology community and communities related to each year's theme chosen for the summit. The Ontology Summit was started by Ontolog and NIST, and the program has been co-organized by Ontolog and NIST along with the co-sponsorship of other organizations that are supportive of the Summit goals and objectives.     (1A)

Description     (2)

Ontology Summit 2022 Theme and Tracks     (2A)

Theme: Pandemics and Other Disasters The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted an impressive, worldwide response by governments, industry, and the academic community. Ontologies can play a significant role in search, data description, interoperability and harmonization of the increasingly large data sources that are relevant to COVID-19. This summit will examine the role that ontologies can play in disasters, with particular emphasis on pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The summit is divided into four tracks, each of which consists of five sessions, four of which feature invited speakers and a fifth session for discussion and synthesis of the track topic.     (2A1)

Purpose     (2B)

As part of Ontolog’s general advocacy to bring ontology science and engineering into the mainstream, we endeavor to abstract a conversational toolkit from the sessions that may facilitate discussion and knowledge sharing amongst stakeholders relevant to the topic. Our findings will be supported with examples from the various domains of interest. The results will be captured in the form of the Ontology Summit 2022 Communiqué, with expanded supporting material provided on the web and in journal articles.     (2B1)

Process and Deliverables     (3)

Similar to our last sixteen summits, this Ontology Summit 2022 will consist of virtual discourse (over our archived mailing lists), virtual presentations and panel sessions at recorded video conference calls.     (3A)

Meetings are at Noon US Eastern Time on Wednesdays.     (3B)

Schedule     (4)

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  Track Session
ConferenceCall 2021 10 13 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 10 20 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 10 27 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 11 03 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 11 10 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 11 17 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 12 01 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 12 08 Planning
ConferenceCall 2021 12 15 Planning
ConferenceCall 2022 01 12 Planning Planning
ConferenceCall 2022 01 19 Introduction Launch
ConferenceCall 2022 01 26 Disaster Landscape General Disaster Parametric Landscape
ConferenceCall 2022 02 02 Disaster Landscape
ConferenceCall 2022 02 09 Disaster Landscape COVID-19 KGs
ConferenceCall 2022 02 16 Disaster Landscape TBD
ConferenceCall 2022 02 23 Disaster Landscape Synthesis
ConferenceCall 2022 03 02 Pandemics Pandemics and Ontologies
ConferenceCall 2022 03 09 Pandemics TBD
ConferenceCall 2022 03 16 Pandemics Workshop Summary
ConferenceCall 2022 03 23 Pandemics COVID-19 Multilingual Ontologies
ConferenceCall 2022 03 30 Pandemics Synthesis
ConferenceCall 2022 04 06 Environment Disasters Wildfires and KG issues
ConferenceCall 2022 04 13 Environment Disasters ESIP
ConferenceCall 2022 04 20 Environment Disasters Disaster observations from space
ConferenceCall 2022 04 27 Environment Disasters Climate
ConferenceCall 2022 05 04 Environment Disasters Synthesis
ConferenceCall 2022 05 11 Aerospace/Maritime Disasters TBD
ConferenceCall 2022 05 18 Aerospace/Maritime Disasters Launch Vehicle, Orbital Expert
ConferenceCall 2022 05 25 Aerospace/Maritime Disasters Situational Awareness Project
ConferenceCall 2022 06 01 Aerospace/Maritime Disasters Situational awareness UAV
ConferenceCall 2022 06 08 Aerospace/Maritime Disasters Synthesis
ConferenceCall 2022 06 15 Communiqué Communiqué
ConferenceCall 2022 06 22 Communiqué Communiqué
ConferenceCall 2022 06 29 Communiqué Communqué

Resources     (5)