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Felix Sasaki joined the W3C in April 2005 to work in the Internationalization Activity. From May 2006 he also worked within the Web Services Activity, as one of the team contacts of the Web Service Policy Working Group. Since September 2008 he is the team contact for the Media Annotations Working Group. He is part of the team at Keio-SFC. His main field of interest is the combined application of W3C technologies for representation and processing of multilingual information.
From 1993 until 1999, Felix studied Japanese and Linguistics in Berlin, Nagoya (Japan) and Tokyo. Since 1999 he worked in the Department of Computational Linguistics and Text-technology, at the University of Bielefeld (Germany), where he finished his PhD in 2004. The PhD deals with the integration of heterogenous linguistic resources using XML-based (e.g.linguistic corpora) and RDF-based (e.g. lexica, conceptual models) representations.
Machines Q&A session
as moderator at W3C Workshop: The Multilingual Web - the Way Ahead, Luxembourg 2012,
together with: Peter Schmitz, Paul Buitelaar, Tadej Štajner,
as chairman at W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web, Pisa 2011,
together with: Dag Schmidtke, Jirka Kosek, Charles McCathieNevile, Sophie Hurst,
Metadata (and more...) for the "ubiquitous multilingual web"
as author at theMETAnk, Berlin 2010,