Friday, 14 November 2014 10:44

Signed two important Erasmus agreements

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Two important Erasmus agreements with two universities for the academic year 2015/2016 have just been signed:

  • Postdam University- Hasso Platner Institut
  • Goethe University Frankfurt am Main

The next call will be in january 2015.

Fabio Benedetti participated in the conference "ISWC 2014" with the demo of Lodex titled "A visual summary for Linked Open Data" , and to present the paper "Online Index Extraction from LOD Sources" in the workshop "Linked Data for Information Extraction".

Professor Sonia Bergamaschi is invited speaker at IC3K 2014 (http://www.ic3k.org/KeynoteSpeakers.aspx) - lecture title"Big Data integration - State of the Art &Challenges" - Roma 21-24 October 2014. Link to the program.

Giovanni Simonini participated in the conference "HPCS 2014" to present the paper:

G. Simonini, F.Guerra: Using Big Data to Support Automatic Word Sense Disambiguation. In IEEE Proceedings of  the International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS 2014), Special Session on Big Data Principles, Architectures & Applications,  Bologna, 21-25 July 2014.

link

Lorenzo Albano will participate in the conference "Web Intelligence 2014" to present the paper "Word Sense Induction with Multilingual Features Representation"

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/homepage

Program of the Workshop:INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON BIG DATA PRINCIPLES, ARCHITECTURES & APPLICATIONS (BDAA 2014)


Tuesday, July 22
Location: Gloria Ballroom

*Part I*
10:50 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

- Introduction - Giuseppe Fiameni (10')
- Big Data Analysis: Trends & Challenges - Sonia Bergamaschi (30')
- Real-Time Big Data Analytics: Applications and Challenges - Nader Mohamed (20')
- Using Big Data to Support Automatic Word Sense Disambiguation - Giovanni Simonini - (20')
- From News to Facts: An Hadoop-based Social Graphs Analysis - Piera Laura Puglisi - (20')

*Part II*
13:30 p.m. - 15:35 p.m.

- Personalized Management of Semantic, Dynamic Data in Pervasive Systems: Context-Addict Revisited - Emanuele Panigati (20')
- ART Lab Infrastructure for Semantic Big Data Processing - Maria Teresa Pazienza (20')
- A Parallel Algorithm for Approximate Frequent Itemset Mining using MapReduce - Fabio Fumarola (20')

- Ophidia: A Full Software Stack for Scientific Data Analytics - Sandro Fiore (20')
- Toward a Big Data Exploration Framework for Astronomical Archives - Ugo Becciani (20')

University of Milan-Bicocca has an open position for a Postdoctoral researcher in the context of the EU FP7 COMSODE Project (www.comsode.eu). The researcher will address research topics in the field of knowledge extraction and semantic matching methods for multi-lingual open data management.
 
Title of the position: “Knowledge extraction and information matching for profiling and linking multi-lingual open data sets.”
 
http://www.unimib.it/upload/pag/40854913/f1/f14a124english.pdf
 
 
Description:
 
COMSODE is an SME-driven RTD project aimed at progressing the capabilities in the field of Open Data re-use. Our concept is an answer to barriers still present in this young area: data published by various Open Data catalogues are poorly integrated; quality assessment and cleansing are seldom addressed. Costs of Open Data consumption are high and Open Data usage is still poor. COMSODE addresses these challenges by developing components for the quality assessment and improvement of open data, possibly published as linked open data.
 
The postdoctoral researcher will support the research team in the field of linked open data, for example by investigating methods for the semantic profiling of open data sets and the annotation and linking of the data schemas.
Data-driven methods for schema extraction from weakly structured sources (tabular data and RDF) and for the alignment of Linked Open schemas will be investigated in order to support the user of the COMSODE platform to (i) publish data profiles that express the content of the data (often available in CSV format), so as to make the data searchable from inside the COMSODE platform, (2) semantically annotate the schema and link the schema elements to existing data sets, so as to make the data interlinked inside and outside the COMSODE platform.
 
Research can leverage previous work carried out by the research team at Unimib, some of which in collaboration with other international research groups, in the field of ontology matching for linked open data, facet extraction, cross-language link discovery, and schema integration at large-scale.
 
The research will be carried out in a highly collaborative environment: the candidate is expected to collaborate with members of our team (faculty members, postdocs and PhD students), other COMSODE partners, and researchers of other institutions.  The candidate is expected to publish his/her results by co-authoring papers on topics such as schema annotation, data profile, and data linking in high-profile conferences and journals in the area of data management and semantic web. 
 
Required/desired qualifications:
 
Requirements for applying to the position are:
- A PhD in one of these fields: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems Management, Computational Linguistics, or related topics
- Good communication and writing skills in English
 
Other desired (but not mandatory) requested skills are
- Excellent programming skills
- Familiarity with Linked Data and Semantic Web languages (RDF, OWL2)
- Familiarity with probabilistic models or other matching methods 
- Python and shell scripting
- Previous experience with cloud infrastructure such as: Amazon EC2 and EBS, Heroku, etc.
 
Note that knowledge of Italian is NOT required for this position.
 
 
Salary, Start date and duration:
 
The salary is 32.600 euro  gross by year (approximate 2.000 euro net by month). The position will start on September 1, 2014 and is offered for a period of 1 year, with a possible extension subject to funding availability.
 
 
Location:
Milan is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of Italy and a lively leading global city. University of Milan-Bicocca is a young but well-established university with a strong asset in research (it was ranked 21st in the on list of world's young universities by Times Higher Education). The research will be carried out at the ITIS Lab of the Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication, which is involved in several European and national projects and conduct theoretical and applied research in several fields such as Semantic Web, Information Systems and Service Science. UniMiB offers facilities for postdoctoral researchers
 
Applications:
 
As for every other equivalent position in Italy candidates have to apply to a public competition following the instructions available at http://www.unimib.it/upload/pag/40854913/f1/f14a124english.pdf . Please, notice that the application has to arrive at Unimib and registered before 7th July 2014.
 
 
Contact:
 
For any information bout this position please contact Andrea Maurino (maurino{at}disco.unimib.it) or Matteo Palmonari (palmonari{at}disco.unimib.it)

Sonia Bergamaschi and Giovanni Simonini presented a paper at SEBD 2014:

 

Towards Declarative Imperative Data-parallel Systems (Discussion Paper).
Matteo Interlandi, Giovanni Simonini and Sonia Bergamaschi.

La progettazione dei sistemi informatizzati

Incontro di approfondimento sul DM 37/2008

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