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Stardog unleashed: MD Semantic Web Meeup, 6pm Thr 2/27

Stardog unleashed: MD Semantic Web Meeup, 6pm Thr 2/27

Tim Finin, 1:12pm 26 February 2014

The next Central MD Semantic Web Meetup will be held at 6:00pm on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at Inovex Information Systems (7240 Parkway Dr., Suite 140, Hanover MD). Michael Grove, the Chief Software Architect at Clark & Parsia, will talk on their Stardog triple store technology. The meetup is a good way to meet and network with others working on or with semantic technologies in Maryland.

“Stardog Unleashed will provide some background on the motivation for building Stardog, as well a short review of its history and unique feature set We will also provide an overview and demo of Stardog Web; a Javascript framework for building web applications backed by semantic technologies.

Our speaker, Michael Grove, is the Chief Software Architect at Clark & Parsia, where he also serves as the lead developer of Stardog, the leader in RDF databases featuring fast query performance and unmatched OWL & SWRL support.

A graduate in Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, Michael first got started with semantic technologies in 2002 as a research assistant under Dr. Jim Hendler at the University of Maryland with the MINDSWAP group. Before joining the team at Clark & Parsia, he worked at Fujitsu Research Labs as the lead developer for the Task Computing project, an effort bring the semantic web to pervasive computing environments.

Michael is also active in open source where he is a contributor to Pellet the leading OWL DL reasoner and maintains Empire, an implementation of JPA backed by semantic technologies. Additionally, he is contributor to the Sesame project and active on the Jena development list.”


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