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Research lab: Watson Research Center (Hawthorne)
I am a member of the Software Research group at the IBM Thomas J. Watson ResearchCenter, in Hawthorne, New York, USA.
My research interests include knowledge representation and reasoning, data management, information integration, programming and query languages for XML, and program analysis. My current work focuses on developing theories, algorithms and systems for scaling reasoning over large and very expressive description logics knowledge bases. I am also investigating applications of Semantic Web technologies in a variety of domains ranging from life sciences to text analysis.
I currently serve as IBM representative at the W3C OWL 2.0 Working Group, which is responsible for the definition of the next version of OWL.
Tiresias: Predicting Drug-Drug Interactions Through Large-Scale Similarity-Based Link Prediction
as author at 13th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC), Heraklion 2016,
A Clustering-based Approach to Ontology Alignment
as author at Research Track,
Scalable Grounded Conjunctive Query Evaluation over Large and Expressive Knowledge Bases
as author at Research 1,