Knowledge Graphs: Foundations, State of the art and Future Research

18. Oktober 2019, 14:00

Knowledge Graphs: Foundations, State of the art and Future Research

On Oct 18th, Dr. Jorge Martinez-Gil, Senior Research Scientist at Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH), will be a guest at the office of Business Accelerator Sclable.

Dr. Gil will talk about "Knowledge Graphs: Foundations, State of the art and Future Research" and also, regarding funding programs and possibilities of collaboration with Hagenberg.

Knowledge Graphs (KGs) are becoming a key technology for large-scale information processing systems containing massive collections of interrelated facts. KGs constitute a recent technology with very high practical impact in such traditional fields as data management, integration or interoperability, and the most recent ones based on question answering, query expansion and contents recommenders. In this talk, we will overview the past, present, and future of knowledge graphs serving as a source of high-quality data and a base for ubiquitous information integration.


14:00 - 15:00 - About Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) and funding programs

15:00 - 16:00 - Foundations of Knowledge Graphs

16:00 - 17:00 - State of the art on knowledge graphs and related questions

17:00 - 18:00 - Future research on knowledge graphs

18:00 - 18:30 - Q&A


Sclable Office
Praterstraße 1/25
1020 Wien
@weXelerate, Space 24 - 2nd floor

Bio Dr. Jorge Martinez-Gil:

Dr. Jorge Martinez-Gil (Plasencia, Spain, 1983) is a computer scientist working in the Data and Knowledge Engineering field. He currently holds a Senior Research Scientist position within the group of Data Analytics from the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) in Austria where he is managing several applied and fundamental research projects. Besides, he is also working as a part-time lecturer at FH Hagenberg. Before joining SCCH, he held an acting professorship within the University of Extremadura at Caceres (Spain).
Dr. Martinez-Gil has worked in several national and international projects since 2006. As a result, Mr. Martinez-Gil has published more than 50 scientific publications including 21 journal papers published in highly-ranked JCR journals.

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