Tutorials and Classes
Logistics and Registration
Logistics details, including room locations, are available here.
A registration form is available here. Please note that pre-registration for tutorials and classes is compulsory.
Tutorials and classes are co-located with the International Conference on Biomedical Ontology.
Morning sessions are from 9am to 12.30pm. Afternoon sessions are from 1.30pm to 5pm.
July 20: Morning
- Slides: Neuhaus
July 20: Afternoon
Mathias Brochhausen (IFOMIS): The Ontology of Paleobiology
- Slides: Brochhausen
July 21: Morning
Colin Batchelor (Royal Society of Chemistry): An Introduction to Chemistry Ontology
- Slides: Batchelor
July 22: Morning Barry Smith (Buffalo): Introduction to Basic Formal Ontology; also offered as part of 2-day class From Basic Formal Ontology to the Information Artifact Ontology
July 22: Afternoon
Olivier Bodenreider (National Library of Medicine): An Introduction to Biomedical Ontology
- Slides: Bodenreider
Werner Ceusters (Buffalo): Introduction to Referent Tracking: also offered as part of 2-day class From Basic Formal Ontology to the Information Artifact Ontology
July 23: Morning
Natasha Noy (Stanford University) Using WebProtégé and NCBO BioPortal to develop and maintain biomedical ontologies
- Slides: Noy
July 23: Afternoon
David Osumi-Sutherland (Flybase / Gene Ontology Consortium): The OBO-Edit Ontology Developer's Environment: A Practical Introduction
- Slides: Osumi-Sutherland
Classes meet from 9am to 5pm, with lunch from 12.30 to 1.30pm.
Randall Dipert and Neil Williams (Buffalo): The Ontology of Events, Powers and Dispositions
- Slides: Dipert
Thomas Bittner, Maureen Donnelly and Fabian Neuhaus (Buffalo): Spatial Ontology and Qualitative Reasoning
Werner Ceusters (Buffalo), Alan Ruttenberg (Science Commons) and Barry Smith (Buffalo): From Basic Formal Ontology to the Information Artifact Ontology
David Hershenov (Buffalo): Metaphysical Foundations of Biomedical Ethics