Multiple SimDOME partners such as UNIBO, CMCL and Fraunhofer presented at the 1st Open Workshop organised by OntoTrans, an EC H2020 project that focuses on developing an open industrial translation environment for materials and manufacturing. The event was held on 15-16 March 2022, and covered aspects and advances of the EMMO ontology via projects such …
SimDOME’s coordinator, Prof. Emanuele Ghedini from the University of Bologna presented a Plenary Talk entitled “From Ontology to Practical Applications” at the 3rd EMMC International Workshop (this time conducted online). Read more about the event here.
Dr Adham Hashibon of Fraunhofer recently hosted a presentation entitled “Digitalization of Knowledge and Industrial Technologies – Towards Horizon Europe”. Read more about the event here.
At the M05 session of the MSE 2020 Congress, CMCL Innovations (on behalf of CMCL, UNIBO, and Fraunhofer) presented a new publication entitled “An ontology-enabled approach for modelling the carbon black formation process”.
A high profile dissemination event, “Digitalisation of Knowledge and Industrial technologies: Towards Horizon Europe” is planned as part of the SimDOME project. The event organised in Bologna, Italy, will present a multi-disciplinary perspective featuring experts from various knowledge fields (Thu. 9 Nov. 2019). For more information please visit: https://eventi.unibo.it/dokit-2019. The event is free of charge, …
SimDOME project represents a unique interdisciplinary collaboration between philosophy, natural sciences, computer science and engineering. Sebastiano Moruzzi and Emanuele Ghedini from the University of Bologna presented the “EMMO: An Ontology for Applied Sciences”, at the COGITO International Workshop in Bologna, Italy (11 Apr 2019). Read more here: https://philevents.org/event/show/71750
The project coordinator, Emanuele Ghedini presented the EMMO status and the next steps within the context of the SimDOME project at the EMMC International Workshop in Vienna, Austria (25-27 Feb 2019). Read more about the workshop here.