LinkedData Planet: Sir Tim Berners-Lee and distinguished faculty taking us from linked documents to

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    The concept of linked data is gaining mindshare with developers, users
    and the more than 200 software companies developing semantic tools. A
    community including architects, developers and web builders is advancing
    the evolution of the World Wide Web from linked documents to a web of
    linked data. We believe LinkedData Planet is a conference that will be
    of great interest to that community of enterprise architects,
    information
    architects, developers, DBAs, venture capitalists and technical
    managers.

    Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Director of the W3C, will deliver a keynote and a
    distinguished faculty will deliver a content-rich technical program at
    in New York City (June 17-18). Besides the keynotes, there will be a
    Linked Data Workshop and a Power Panel. Gurus such as Jim Melton, the
    SQL standard editor, and Dr. Ashok Malhotra, standards architect at
    Oracle, will discuss exploiting SQL, XML, structured and unstructured
    data.

    KEYNOTES
    - "Web of Data" by Sir Tim Berners-Lee (Director, World Wide Web
    Consortium)
    - "Creating, Deploying, and Exploiting Linked Data" by Kingsley Idehen
    (President and CEO, OpenLink Software Inc.)
    - "The Semantic Web as a Blue Ocean Opportunity" by Ian Davis (Chief
    Technology
    Officer and Director, Talis Group)
    - "Scalable Semantics User's Guide" by Atanas Kiryakov, Head, OntoText
    Lab

    JUNE 17 SESSIONS

    "How to efficiently publish and locate linked data: Semantic Web
    Sitemaps and Sindice API"
    Dr. Giovanni Tummarello (Research Scientist, DERI Galway)

    "Starting with SPARQL: making RDF shine "
    Dr. Andy Seaborne (Research Scientist, Hewlett-Packard Research
    Laboratories)

    "Best Practice in Semantic Systems Development "
    Dr. Rachel Yager (Director, Machintas, Inc.)

    "Linked Data: The Real Web 2.0"
    Uche Ogbuji (Partner, Zepheira)

    "Building a Practical Semantic Framework: The role of taxonomies and
    controlled vocabularies in data integration"
    Seth Earley (Founder, Earley & Associates)

    "Linked Data Workshop"
    Moderator: Bob DuCharme , Solutions Architect and Author / Conference
    Chair, Innodata Isogen
    Instructors: Dr. Melliyal Annamalai (Principal Product Manager, Oracle),
    Michael Bergman (CEO, Zitgist LLC), Uche Ogbuji (Partner, Zepheira),
    Nikita Ogievetsky (Vice President, Morgan Stanley), Walter Perry
    (Managing
    Director, Fiduciary Automation), Dr. Andy Seaborne (Research Scientist,
    Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories)

    "TripBlox : Shared Travel Information, Microformats, Ideas and Intent"
    Taylor Cowan (Emerging Solutions Principal, Sabre Holdings), Jay
    Fichialos (Director of Ideation and Experience, Travel Studios)

    "The Fellowship of the Web: The Two Towers"
    Dr. James A. Hendler (Tetherless World Senior Constellation Professor,
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

    "Enabling Semantic Applications Through Calais"
    Barak Pridor (CEO, Reuters ClearForest )


    JUNE 18 SESSIONS

    "DITA, Semantics, Content Management, Dynamic Documents and Linked
    Data - A Marriage Made in Heaven?"
    Jeffrey Deskins (Principal Consultant, JustSystems), Amber Swope
    (Principal Consultant, JustSystems)

    "From DBpedia to OntoWiki - Emergent Data and Semantics from Social
    Collaboration"
    Dr. Sören Auer (Researcher and Author, University of Pennsylvania)

    "Using Machine Learning to Discover and Understand Structured and
    Unstructured Data "
    Dr. William Cohen (Associate Research Professor, Carnegie Mellon
    University Machine Learning Department)

    "Integrating Relational Data Into the Semantic Web"
    Dr. Ashok Malhotra (Standards Architect, Oracle), Jim Melton (Standards
    Maven, Oracle)

    "Improved Services Through Behavior and Activity Recognition"
    Dr. Jans Aasman (CEO, Franz Inc.)

    "Applying Semantic Web Technologies to Enterprise Solutions"
    Dean Allemang (Chief Scientist, TopQuadrant Inc.), Irene Polikoff
    (Executive Partner, TopQuadrant Inc.)

    "Leveraging Semantic Technology for Infrastructure Mediation"
    Geoff Brown (CEO, m2mi Corporation)

    "How to Publish Linked Data on the Web"
    Tom Heath (Researcher, Talis Information Ltd)

    "The Social Internet, Promise or Plague in Education?"
    Rebecca Dias (VP of Software Development, SynapticMash)

    "Semantic Technology in the Real World: Challenges and Opportunities"
    Moderator: Ken North, President, Ken North Computing LLC
    Panel members: Geoff Brown (CEO, m2mi Corporation), Kingsley Idehen
    (CEO, OpenLink Software Inc.), Eghosa Omoigui (Director, Intel
    Capital),
    Robert Shimp (Vice President, Oracle ), Alex Spinelli (CTO, Reuters
    News)

    LinkedData Planet

    When: June 17-18, 2008
    Where: Roosevelt Hotel
    45th and Madison Avenue
    New York City

    Registration is open at:
    http://www.linkeddataplanet.com



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