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Date(s) - Thursday, May 23, 2019
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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Recording available via EMMC Youtube channel

EMMC announces the start of the VIMMP webinar series, starting with the ontology work in the European project VIMMP – Virtual Materials Marketplace.
The semantic assets from VIMMP are developed in close coordination with the EMMC-CSA and MarketPlace projects and are intended to be of use to the EMMC and materials modelling community as a whole.

Thursday, May 23, 2019, 15.30 – 16.15 CEST (14.30 – 15.15 BST)

The webinar will be presented by Martin Horsch (STFC-12)

Objectives

Semantic assets can facilitate the integration of diverse data and software components into a coherent framework, permitting different approaches and solutions to become interoperable. Ontologies are semantic assets that characterize objects (entities) and the possible relations between them. The present webinar gives an overview over the ontology development in materials modelling within the VIMMP project, covering a range of fields that are relevant, e.g., to virtual marketplaces, virtual test beds, translation environments, business decision support systems, and simulation platforms. The semantic assets from VIMMP are developed in close coordination with the EMMC-CSA and MarketPlace projects and are intended to be of use to the EMMC and materials modelling community as a whole. This includes the European Virtual Marketplace Ontology, a set of concepts agreed between multiple projects, and OSMO, an ontology designed to represent the simulation workflow graph language MODA. By discussing the work in progress at an early stage, this webinar is an opportunity to enter into an exchange on the needs of the materials modelling community.

Registration

For registration, please send an email to Martin Horsch (latest 48 hours in advance).

Martin Horsch (STFC-12) – martin.horsch@stfc.ac.uk

Support

The organisation of this event has received funding via the VIMMP-Project
from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 760907.

 

 

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