Using semantics to give meaning


Computers understanding science

The application of Semantic Web technologies is poised to revolutionize the way people use the internet. That impact will be felt sooner in the life sciences, domains like health care, medicine, pharmacology, genetics and biomolecular research are right now beginning to benefit from the Semantic Web revolutionary breakthrough: computers understanding science.


Currently active projects

project – electronic Physician Annotation Device


Research The electronic Physician Annotation Device (ePAD) is a Web-based semantic annotation system for making the content in radiological images machine-accessible on the Semantic Web. Read More ›

project – DSLs for Domain Experts


Research Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) and ontologies can be used by Domain Experts to create programs to tackle specific problems in their domains without the help of programmers. Read More ›

project – Biodiversity Linked Open Data

Biodiversity LOD

Research Tools to allow the conversion of raw biodiversity data, usually in the form of tables, into machine processable Linked Open Data sets. Read More ›

project – Computer aided learning

Learning Tools

Research Web technologies for education. Read More ›