W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life Sciences
27-28 October 2004, Cambridge, Massachusetts USA
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W3C is holding a workshop on W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life
Sciences. Attendees will discuss how Semantic Web technologies such as
RDF/OWL and domain-specific standards such as the Life Sciences Identifier
(LSID) help to manage modern life sciences research, enable disease
understanding, and accelerate the development of therapies.
When: 27-28 October 2004
Where: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
The event is being organized by the W3C
Technology & Society Domain.
The workshop Chairs are Andy Palmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Daniel
Please direct any questions you may have to them.
The principal sponsor of the workshop is Infinity Pharmaceuticals. Network Inference is also a
Important Information and deadlines for this workshop
- 15 September: Position papers due
- 11 October: Program released
- 15 October: Registration closes
Please note that:
- There will be a limit of 100 participants.
- Attendance is open to everyone, including non-W3C members, but each
organization or individual wishing to participate must submit a position
- Position papers should be 1-5 pages in length. Information on approved
formats for submission and how to submit can be found in the call for participation.
- To ensure diversity, the number of participants per organization who
may attend may be limited if more than 100 registrations are
- There is no registration fee.
The scope of the workshop includes:
- Technology considerations and application use cases including new
features or applications of RDF/OWL and LSID
- Technical problems with RDF/OWL and LSID implementation
- Requirements unmet by RDF/OWL and LSID
- Semantic Web Advanced Development questions that have arisen as a
result of SW-LS implementation.
Though not a primary focus, the Program Committee will consider proposals
regarding intellectual property issues arising from broad SW-LS (Semantic Web
and Life Sciences) adoption.
This effort is part of the W3C
Technology and Society Domain.
John Wilbanks, W3C Fellow - I3C
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