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Guus Schreiber is a professor of Intelligent Information Systems at the Department of Computer Science department of the VU University Amsterdam. His research interests are mainly in knowledge and ontology engineering, with a special interest for applications in the field of cultural heritage. He was one of the key developers of the CommonKADS methodology. He acts as chair of W3C groups for Semantic Web standards such as RDF, OWL, SKOS and RDFa. His research group is involved a wide range of national and international research projects. He is now project coordinator of the EU Integrated Project NoTube concerned with integration of Web and TV data with the help of semantics and was previously Sceintific Director of the EU Network of Excellence “Knowledge Web”.
Schreiber studied medicine at the University of Utrecht. After working two years at the University of Leiden in the Medical Informatics department he joined in 1986 the SWI (Social Science Informatics) group of Bob Wielinga at the University of Amsterdam, where he was involved in research on knowledge engineering. In 1992 he was awarded a Ph.D. on a thesis entitled “Pragmatics of the Knowledge Level”. In 2003 he moved to the VU.
Knowledge Engineering and the Web
as author at 4th ESWC Summer School, Crete 2014,
Video Stream Analytics for Viewers in the TV Industry
as author at European Data Forum (EDF), Copenhagen 2012,
Prodigy or Sociopath: The Adolescent Semantic Web
as moderator at 6th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), Busan 2007 ,
together with: Frank van Harmelen (coauthor), Carole Goble (coauthor), Dieter Fensel (coauthor), James A. Hendler (coauthor), Abraham Bernstein (coauthor),
Semantics for visual resources: Use Cases from E-Culture
as author at REASE,