Fabien Gandon - Bridging formal semantics and social semantics on the Web

Organisé par : 
L’équipe "Keynotes" du LIG
Intervenant : 
Fabien Gandon

Information détaillée : 

Dr. Fabien Gandon is a Research Director in Informatics and Computer Science at Inria. He is the Leader of Wimmics, a joint research team between Inria, I3S, CNRS, and the University of Nice in Sophia-Antipolis. He is also the Inria Advisory Committee Representative at the World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and he participated in several standardization groups of this consortium. His professional interests include: Web, Semantic Web, Social Web, Ontologies, Knowledge Engineering and Modelling, Mobility, Privacy, Context-Awareness, Semantic Social Network / Semantic Analysis of Social Network, Intraweb. He previously worked as a research project leader at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA).

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Résumé : 

The Web became a virtual place where persons and software interact in hybrid communities. These large scale interactions create many problems in particular the one of reconciling formal semantics of computer science (e.g. logics, ontologies, typing systems, etc.) on which the Web architecture is built, with soft semantics of people (e.g. posts, tags, status, etc.) on which the Web content is built. The Wimmics research lab studies methods, models and algorithms to bridge formal semantics and social semantics on the Web. We address this problem focusing on typed graphs formalisms to model and capture these different pieces of knowledge and hybrid operators to process them jointly. This talk will present some of our results and their applications in projects addressing different interaction scenarios on the Web.