||[ E-SSchool ] First South-American Summer School on Ontology Engineering and the Semantic Web, (SSSW@Brazil 2013). Applications open.
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First South-American Summer School on Ontology Engineering and
the Semantic Web (SSSW_(at)_Brazil 2013) 5-11 May, 2013
Florianopolis, Brazil http://sssw.org/brazil/how-to-apply/.
Applications open until February 25th.
We are delighted to announce the first South-American Summer
School on Ontology Engineering and the Semantic Web (SSSW_(at)_Brazil
2013), which will take place on 5-11 May, 2013 at the Recanto
Champagnat in Lagoa da Conceição, Florianopolis, Brazil.
SSSW_(at)_Brazil will be a spin-off of the groundbreaking SSSW series
of summer schools, which started in 2003. Consistently with the
ethos of the SSSW series of summer schools, SSSW_(at)_Brazil will also
follow a "hands-on" pedagogical approach, combining the practical
with the theoretical, and adding teamwork and a competitive
element to the mix. Specifically, lecture materials will be
augmented with hands-on practical workshops, while work on
developing and presenting a project in cooperation with other
participants will serve as a means to consolidate the knowledge
and skills gained from lectures and practical sessions. Prizes
will be awarded to the best projects at the end of the week.
Participants will be provided with electronic versions of all
course lectures and all necessary tools and environments for the
hands-on sessions. PC access with all tools pre-installed will be
available on site as well.
SSSW_(at)_Brazil will provide a stimulating and enjoyable environment
in which participants will benefit not only from the formal and
practical sessions but also from informal and social interactions
with established researchers and the other participants to the
school. To further facilitate interaction and exchange of ideas,
a poster session will also take place, which will provide an
opportunity for attendees to present and obtain feedback on their
research or professional work.
The language used in the school will be English.
To ensure a high ratio between tutors and students the school
will be limited to 50 participants maximum. These will include
PhD students, academics and professionals.
Registration Opens: 21/01/2013
Registration Closes: 25/02/2013
Linked Data / Web of Data
Semantic Web Applications
Semantic and Language Technologies
Social Semantic Web
Asun Gomez-Perez (Director, UPM) <asun_(at)_fi.upm.es>
Enrico Motta (Co-Director, OU) <e.motta_(at)_open.ac.uk>
Mathieu d'Aquin (Mini-project coordinator, OU)
Oscar Corcho (Poster coordinator, UPM) <ocorcho_(at)_fi.upm.es>
Jose Leomar Todesco (Local Organization Chair, UFSC)
Fernando Ostuni-Gauthier (Local Organization Co-chair, UFSC)
José Angel Ramos (Administrator, UPM)
The local organization of SSSW_(at)_Brazil will be handled by the
Postgraduate Programme in Knowledge Engineering and Management at
the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC).
TUTORS AND INVITED SPEAKERS (PROVISIONAL)
Mathieu d'Aquin (The Open University, UK)
Fabio Ciravegna (University of Sheffield, UK)
Oscar Corcho (UPM, Spain)
Jerome Euzenat (INRIA, France)
Aldo Gangemi (Université Paris Nord, France; ISTC-CNR, Italy)
Asun Gómez-Pérez (UPM, Spain)
Enrico Motta (The Open University, UK)
Valentina Presutti (ISTC-CNR, Italy)
HOW TO APPLY
Although the school primarily targets South-American students,
academics and professionals, we do welcome applicants from
anywhere in the world. Some basic acquaintance with knowledge
representation languages for the Semantic Web (RDF, OWL, etc.) is
Applications should be sent by filling the application form, as
well as sending a CV (in English) to application_(at)_ssswbrazil.org -
The deadline for applications is 25 February, 2013.
Accepted candidates are expected to arrive on Sunday, May 5th,
between 3pm and 6pm and to participate fully in the activities of
the school until its conclusion, at 2pm on Saturday, May 11th.
Applicants should keep in mind that we will not consider
applications from participants who cannot commit themselves to a
full participation for the whole duration of the school.
Participants must stay for the whole week of the course and
should not leave the hotel at night. Participants are also
required to bring and present a poster at the summer school,
describing their own research or professional work.
VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION
The school will take place at the Recanto Champagnat in Lagoa da
Conceição, Florianopolis, Brazil. Florianópolis is the capital
city and the second largest city of the State of Santa Catarina
in the Southern region of Brazil. The Recanto Champagnat occupies
a prime location on the hill of Lagoa da Conceição, just 15
minutes from downtown Florianopolis and 5 minutes from Lagoa. It
is situated in a beautiful landscape, with easy access to the
GOING TO RECANTO CHAMPAGNAT FROM FLORIANOPOLIS AIRPORT
Once you are in Florianopolis, the best option to go to Recanto
Champagnat is by taxi . The estimated time of the whole trip
(from Florianopolis airport to Recanto Champagnat) is around half
a hour. The cost will be about R$ 80 Reais.
The cost of the summer school, including accommodation, meals and
excursions will be:
R$ 2,500 for students
R$ 4,000 for academics
R$12,000 for professionals
All figures are in Reais, the Brazilian currency.
For more information, please contact the local organization by
phone, +55 48 321 2445, or by email, ssswbrazil_(at)_egc.ufsc.br
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