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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR REGISTRATION AND FUNDING APPLICATIONS: 2nd UK Ontology Network Meeting, April 11th 2013,Edinburgh, SCOTLAND

http://dream.inf.ed.ac.uk/events/ukont-13/2013_workshop_program.html

We are pleased to announce that a small amount of money for student travel is available for the 
meeting.

We also ask anyone intending to attend the meeting to register by *March 31st*, to allow us 
to finalise catering.


Registration and information about student funding can be found on the event website: 
http://dream.inf.ed.ac.uk/events/ukont-13/2013_workshop_program.html.

The theme of this meeting is to understand how ontology development and application are 
being used to address problems in the UK. Amongst other areas of interest, there will be a 
particular focus on creating and using open data. The program and audience is intentionally 
very diverse; the aim is to cover areas from many disciplines. We are particularly interested 
in bringing together those creating and developing the technology with those using the technology 
in industry, government and public organisations. 

There will be 18 short talks from leading academics, and practitioners from major organisations 
and government, as well as a demo session and a networking session.