At VMBO Michaël Verdonck presented the collaborative work we did to design an empirical study on Ontology modularisation. Have a look at the paper here:
An Empirical Study Concerning Ontology-Driven Modularization
and Ontology-Neutral Modularization Techniques, Michaël Verdonck, Maria M. Hedblom, Giancarlo Guizzardi, Guylerme Figueiredo, Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels. In Proc. of VMBO (2019)
We are currently planning for another edition of CAOS: Cognition And OntologieS. It is to be held at JOWO 2019 in Graz, Austria in September.
Stay tuned on the workshop’s webpage!
My PhD thesis will soon be available online on the database of The Deutsche Nationalbibliothek and later this year to be published in Springer’s Cognitive Systems series.
For those who are interested the thesis is also available here:
Image Schemas and Concept Invention: Cognitive, Linguistic and Logical Investigations, Maria M. Hedblom, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Phd thesis, January 2019
Thanks to all participants, authors, pc-members, keynote speakers and organisers TriCoLore turned out to be a fantastic event. I hope that all of you enjoyed it as well.
The proceedings for the workshop is intended to be compiled in January/February.
As part of the local organisation I am happy to announce that the number of submissions to TriCoLore is exceeding our expectations.
Join the event in December!
“The Mouse and the Ball: Towards a cognitively-based and ontologically-grounded logic of agency”
written by Oliver Kutz, Nicolas Troquard, Maria Hedblom and Daniele Porello has been accepted at presentation at FOIS 2018.
On March 19th at 14.00 you are all invited to participate in my phd defence at the Ada Lovelace building room 301, at Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany.
The three examiners of my thesis are:
- Till Mossakowski, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany
- Tony Veale, University College Dublin, Ireland, and
- Mark Turner, Case Western University, US
The title of my thesis is: “Image Schemas and Concept Invention: Cognitive, Logical, and Linguistic investigations”.
Tomorrow I’m presenting
“Are image schemas the conceptual building blocks for everyday object: an empirical study”
at AISC 2017, Bologna.