Later this week, SemanticWeb.com will host two webinars, and (free) registration is open for both.
DATE: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
|SPEAKER: Gerald Burnand is the chief technology officer at NTENT, a search technology company that leverages its proprietary services to deliver more valuable results for advertisers, publishers, and consumers across targeted vertical industries. Geraldhas over 25 years of experience in the domain of computer science, with an emphasis on semantic search technologies for the past 10 years. At NTENT, Gerald is able to exercise his passion for solving problems involving Big Data and semantics. Previously, Gerald delivered complete solutions for an auction house and a private bank in Switzerland. During the last 12 years with this company, Gerald worked on projects ranging from video analysis and video broadcasting platforms, to enterprise search and web scale search engine. Gerald holds a degree in Computer Science, Management and Finance from the University of Geneva in Switzerland.|
DATE: Friday, October 17, 2014
|SPEAKER: David Booth is a senior software architect at Hawaii Resource Group, LLC, using Semantic Web technology to make clinical healthcare data interoperable between diverse systems. He previously worked at KnowMED, using Semantic Web technology for healthcare quality-of-care and clinical outcomes measurement, and at PanGenX, applying Semantic Web technology to genomics in support of personalized medicine. Before that he worked on Cleveland Clinic’s SemanticDB project, which uses RDF and other semantic technologies to perform cardiovascular research. Prior to that was a software architect at HP Software, where his primary focus was emerging technologies. He was a W3C Fellow from 2002 to 2005, where he worked on Web Services standards before becoming involved in Semantic Web technology. He has been programming for many years using a variety of programming languages and operating systems. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA.|