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July 2010

6th Berlin Semantic Web Meetup at Xinnovations 2010

2010-07-27 23:38

We invite you to the 6th Berlin Semantic Web Meetup on 14 September 2010 at 5 p.m.

Meet local people interested in standardized and future (Semantic Web) Internet technologies. We invite you as a practitioner, decision maker or researcher working on these challenges or having an interest to join us in the Meetups to share your work, and to come and find out what others are doing.

The Berlin Semantic Web group was founded in December 2008 and has since attracted 230 members from the Berlin/Brandenburg region and from all across Europe.

The event will be co-located with the Xinnovations 2010 at Humboldt-University Berlin.

Address change! The meetup is now located at the Xinnovations main site:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

10117 Berlin

Agenda: TBA

Tutorial: Event Processing Architectures at DEBS 2010

2010-07-11 19:47

On Monday, July 12, Adrian Paschke, leader of the CSW group, gave a tutorial on the subject of Event Processing Architectures. The presentation is available online at:


The venue for the DEBS 2010 edition was the prestigious King's College in Cambridge, UK which is one of the most beautiful colleges in Cambridge and also has become a symbol of the city.

For the tutorial and further information about the DEBS 2010, please view:


Olga Streibel is one of Google finalists

2010-07-01 10:39

Google announced the 7th year of 2010 EMEA Anita Borg Scholars & Finalists and CSW group is proud to announce that our colleague, Olga Streibel, has been awarded as one of the  finalists! More about  Google  Finalists  & Scholars: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/05/introducing-googles-2010-anita-borg.html

Informatikkolloquium zum Thema Component Oriented Software Engineering

2010-07-01 09:08

Prof. Dr. Paschke lädt ein zum Vortrag von

Dr. Jens Dietrich, Massey University in New Zealand

Dynamic Component Composition - Vision vs Reality

The vision of component-based software engineering is often described using the Lego block metaphor – complex applications are built by stacking together simple, re-usable and inexpensive parts. We are interested in two questions related to these new generation component models: firstly, can existing composition techniques ensure the correctness of assemblies? Secondly, is it possible to automate the modularisation of monolithic legacy systems?

02.07.2010, 14:00 Uhr
Ort: Institut für Informatik, Takustr. 9, Raum 049


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This work has been partially supported by the  InnoProfile-Corporate Semantic Web project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the BMBF Innovation Initiative for the New German Länder - Entrepreneurial Regions.
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