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KMi alone covers a quarter of IST FP6 Showcase

Knowledge Media Institute was honoured to be included among a handful of leading European institutes invited to the Framework 6 (FP6) Showcase Event, which took place on 12-13 December in Luxembourg. Out of eight invitations, two went directly to projects headed by KMi researchers: John Domingue (Scientific Director of the SUPER project) and Martin Dzbor…

Services supporting your research

Ever needed to find out where you could publish your latest work on social network analysis? Or have you ever wondered works of which researchers you may include in your PhD literature review on tagging? Or perhaps you want to know what are other research interests of Tim Berners-Lee’s community of practice? Answers to these…

Trailblazing a Semantic Interoperability Alliance

On 7th February 2005 KMi played a host to representatives from a number of leading institutions active in the area of Semantic Web research. This workshop was the first in what is hoped to become a series of regular meetings aiming to make a significant push towards “the second generation Web” (as Semantic Web is…

KMi successful at ISWC 2004

This year&#39s International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2004) was another successful occasion marking presence of KMi in the Semantic Web research community – simultaneously on several different fronts. The conference took place in a wonderful city of peace – Hiroshima, Japan. It followed the last year&#39s success in Florida and was even bigger event with…

Climate predictions for “The Day After Tomorrow”

On June 22, 2004, while Hollywood blockbuster “The Day After Tomorrow” is still in the cinemas, the climateprediction.net project is launching a new experiment exploring some of the science behind the film. The new phase of the project aims to investigate how predictions made for rising carbon dioxide might change if the thermo-haline circulation in…

Schoolchildren Help Predict Climate

The Nuffield Foundation (one of the UK&#39s best known charitable trusts) has made a grant to widen the participation of school children in a climateprediction.net project, where KMi is one of the partners. The grant from the Nuffield Foundation would complement the base funding from NERC and DTI, and it will fund the development of…

Audience demands Magpie replay at International Semantic Web Conference

Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services are clearly two very hot topic areas. The very successful International Semantic Web Conference – ISWC 2003, which was held this month in Sanibel Island, Florida, saw the number of participants reaching 450 people, double the number of the previous year. Clearly these folks longed for listening to Jim…

Success at Semantic Web conferences

Two out of two – and make it double. This could be an appropriate headline for a recent success of KMi researchers, who secured two accepted papers out of two submissions to two prestigious conferences: International Semantic Web and Knowledge Capture. Both events will take place this October, in Florida, US. The International Semantic Web…

A for AKT

Last week saw the midterm review for the EPSRC funded Advanced Knowledge Technologies (AKT) project at the University of Southampton. Overall the review went extremely well. In his summing up the review, panel chair Professor James Hendler said �if I could give you a grade it would be an �A�� and pointed out that many…

ClimatePrediction.net live

We invite you to become one of the first participants in an exciting global experiment of modelling and prediction world’s climate in the coming century – the largest experiment of its kind ever undertaken! And to make the invitation real, yesterday saw our brand new web and application server coming online with a fully-qualified domain…

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