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<p>Semantics Utilised for Process management within and between EnteRprises</p>

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…

Future of BPM

KMi’s Barry Norton represented the SUPER project on the Business Process Management (BPM07) panel on the future of BPM alongside Jamie Cornes (SunCorp), Michael zur Muehlen (Stevens Institute), Barbara Pernici (Politechnico di Milano) and Steve Tieman (Estee Lauder) in Brisbane, Australia on 26th September. Barry stressed the role of semantics and planned use of Web…

Semantic Web Services and Business Presentation to Telefnica

Last week saw John Domingue give a presentation on how Semantic Web Services could be applied to business at the Telefónica headquarters in Madrid. Telefónica is one of the world’s leading telecom companies, with a presence in Europe, Africa, and Latin America, a total of 196 million customers and a total worth of around 100…


March 2007 saw KMi host a project meeting for the SUPER Integrated Project with more than 60 participants from industry and academia. SUPER aims to develop a technological platform to support the management of business processes in a scalable and semantically interoperable manner. On the agenda were discussions on: the SUPER process modelling ontology stack,…

New KMi Book on Semantic Web Services

Today sees the publication of a new KMi book "Enabling Semantic Web Services: The Web Service Modelling Ontology". The Web Service Modelling Ontology (WSMO) is the leading European semantic characterisation of Web Services with substantial impact. In particular, WSMO provides the conceptual foundation for a dozen European projects with a combined budget of over £50…

DARPA Best Paper Prize awarded to KMi Researcher

Roxana Belecheanu a Research Fellow in KMi has just accepted the "Best Industrial and Applied Paper" award from DARPA. The award was given to Roxana for her paper "Commercial Applications of Agents: Lessons, Experiences and Challenges" presented at the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS06) in Hakodate, Japan. Co-written with her…

DIP Review an Overwhelming Success

DIP is a 3-year 11 million UKP EU Integrated Project, on semantic web services, involving 16 partners from 10 countries. Like most EU projects DIP is subject to a two day annual review involving three external reviewers and a project officer from the funding unit. DIP’s second annual review was held last week in the…

KMi awarded 4M for Semantic Web Research

Professor Enrico Motta and Dr John Domingue of the Knowledge Media Institute have received a set of record-breaking awards totaling �4m from the European Commission’s Framework 6 Information Society Technologies (IST) programme. This is the largest ever combined award obtained by KMi associated with a single funding programme. The awards include three Integrated Projects (IPs)…


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