Protege-OWL Short Course, May 30 – June 1, 2012, Stanford University

Dear friends,

We are pleased to announce another offering of the Protege-OWL Short Course in late May of this year. The course will take place right before SemTech 2012, Semantic Tech & Business conference in San Francisco (http://semtechbizsf2012.semanticweb.com). You can schedule your trip to the Bay Area to attend both events.

The Protege-OWL Short Course provides an in-depth introduction to ontology engineering and the Web Ontology Language (OWL). We cover best practices in ontology building and the latest Semantic Web technologies, including OWL 2, RDF, SPARQL, and SWRL.

During the hands-on portion of the course, participants will learn how to navigate the latest version of the Protege tool set, which supports the full OWL 2 standard. Protege is the most popular and widely used ontology editor, employed in projects by organizations such as the World Health Organization, eBay, and Yahoo!.

Dates & location: May 30 – June 1, 2012, Stanford University
Course content: http://goo.gl/wC7IU
Course schedule: http://goo.gl/JPP1o
Online registration: http://goo.gl/uiRxu
Facebook event page: http://goo.gl/tp3WQ
All portions of the course will be taught by members of the Protege staff:

Matthew Horridge
Natasha Noy noy@stanford.edu
Martin O’Connor
Timothy Redmond
Samson Tu
Tania Tudorache
Jennifer Vendetti
Questions? Contact protege-shortcourse at lists.stanford.edu.

Best Regards,

The Protege Team