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Semantic Web Tech Talks

veröffentlicht um 14.03.2011, 04:06 von Misha M.-Kupriyanov   [ aktualisiert 17.03.2011, 07:29 von Aygul Zagidullina ]
Die  Stuttgart Google Technology User Group (Stuttgart GTUG)  und die HFT Stuttgart möchten Sie sehr herzlich zum nächsten Vortragsabend "Semantic Web Tech Talks" einladen. In zwei Vorträgen - "Google, Linked Data, the Semantic Web, Rich
Snippets, and how all this is connected
" gehalten von Thomas Steiner (Google Hamburg) und "Semantic Wikis - Semantics to the people!" gehalten von Denny Vrandecic - werden verschiedene Aspekte des Semantischen Webs vorgestellt.

Der Eintritt ist kostenlos.


04.04.2011, 18:30-21:00 Uhr


HFT Stuttgart, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart

Schellingstraße 24,

Raum 1/022

Stuttgart, Germany



18:30 Uhr - Begrüßung durch die GTUG
18:35 Uhr - "Google, Linked Data, the Semantic Web, Rich Snippets, and how all this is connected" von Thomas Steiner
19:45 Uhr - "Semantic Wikis - Semantics to the people!" von Denny Vrandecic
21:00 Uhr - Stammtisch im Schlesinger Int.


Thomas Steiner


Referent: Thomas Steiner

Thomas Steiner is a proud dad-of-two, a Research Scientist at Google, and a PhD student at His main research interests these days are the Semantic Web, Linked Data, and the architectural style REST. He holds two Master of Computer Science degrees, one from the Technical University of Karlsruhe, Germany, and the other from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble, France. In addition to that he works on making the Internet a better place, tweets as @tomayac and blogs at


Thomas Steiner


Referent: Denny Vrandecic

Dr. Denny Vrandecic is a research associate at KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) after working at the USC in Los Angeles, CA and CNR in Rome, Italy. He studied Computer Science and Philosophy in Stuttgart. He is a member of the Wikipedia Research Council. He consulted Metaweb's service on creating their RDF export (now acquired by Google). He is co-inventor of the Semantic MediaWiki system (SMW). His contribution to Open Source software have received a number of prizes (Theseus Idea Competition, Semantic Web Challenge finalist, etc.).