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People involved in the project

People directly involved in the PatOMat project are members of the Knowledge Engineering Group at the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic.

Vojtech Svatek Management and scientific coordination; logical patterns; naming patterns.
Ondrej Svab-Zamazal Software development; transformation patterns; alignment patterns.
Miroslav Vacura Content patterns; logical patterns; logical and philosophical issues in general.
Petr Strossa Naming patterns; NLP issues in general.
Marek DudᚠImplementation of transformation pattern editor (TPE); implementation of the graphical interface to transformations (GUIPOT); e-commerce ontology use case.
Ján Černý Web-based transformation pattern editor and transformation pattern repository.
Simone Serra Protégé plugin for ontological background annotation of semantic web vocabularies entities.

Furthermore, the project largely relied on collaboration with external research partners, who acted as providers of own technologies and/or consumers of the achievements of PatOMat. In most cases the collaboration led to joint publications.

Most important partners have been:

  • ISTC-CNR, Rome, Italy (Aldo Gangemi, Eva Blomqvist, Valentina Presutti, Enrico Daga)
  • Univ. Mannheim, Germany (Christian Meilicke, Anne Schlicht, Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Dominique Ritze)
  • Univ. Montpellier, France (Francois Scharffe)
  • INRIA Rhone-Alps, France (Jerome Euzenat, Jerome David, Francois Scharffe)
  • Univ. Manchester, UK (Luigi Iannone, Alan Rector, Robert Stevens, Eleni Mikroyannidi, Ignazio Palmisano, Yati Manaf)
  • IRSTEA/CEMAGREF, France (Catherine Roussey)
  • UPM, Madrid, Spain (Oscar Corcho)
  • Univ. Freiburg, Germany (Daniel Schober)
  • Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia (Martin Homola, Jan Kluka, Michal Certicky, Alexander Simko)
  • UniBW, Munich, Germany (Bene Rodriguez, Martin Hepp)

We also acknowledge feedback from other people such as Luciano Serafini (FBK Trento, Italy), Natasha Noy (Stanford), Rinke Hoekstra (Univ. of Amsterdam), Giancarlo Guizzardi (UFES, Brazil) etc.