STLab competences include methods, best practices, tools and reusable models for ontology design, linked data design and analysis, and knowledge extraction that hybridizes ontology and natural language processing.

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What?

The Semantic Technology Laboratory (STLab), within the Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technology (ISTC) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), has been founded in the Autumn of 2008, and partly originates from the past Rome branch of the Laboratory for Applied Ontology.

Why?

The Lab performs R&D in semantic technologies. Besides its European and Italian research projects, it has one motivating use case in the development of semantic web applications for the CNR scientific organization, jointly with the Information Systems Unit of CNR.

Who?

STLab people include either local collaborators working partly or full time for the Lab, or external people that share R&D interests with the Lab. The founders are Aldo Gangemi (scientific coordinator), Alfio Gliozzo, Valentina Presutti, and Alberto Salvati (technology coordinator).

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 STLab in numbers


8

years of activity

19

projects

200 +

publications

9

STLabers

Coordinators

You want to know about somebody, something, a place, a how, a when, whatever? Ask him and you will always have an answer. During his career, Aldo managed to combine philosophy and computer science and become one of the top computer scientist, able to go deep to the essence of any problem.
Valentina is the soul of the laboratory, a force of nature, a volcano of ideas!
She is an excellent researcher, passionate and innovative; she finds a solution for every problem.
She is very determined and resolute but she is always open to confrontation.


Research Areas

Cognitive computing

Social robotics

Natural Language Understanding

Linked (Open) Data and Semantic Web

Knowledge and Data Integration

Ontology Design and Engineering


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Updated on 2016-07-01T09:57:20+00:00, by admin.