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  • Barend Mons
  • Barend Mons is Professor of BioSemantics at the Human Genetics Department of Leiden University Medical Center and founder of the BioSemantics group. Next to his leading role in the research of the group, Barend plays a leading role in the international development of "data stewardship" for biomedical data. For instance, he was head-of-node of ELIXIR-NL at the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (until 2015), is Integrator Life Sciences at the Netherlands eScience Center, and board member of the Leiden Centre of Data Science. In 2014, Barend initiated the FAIR data initiative and in 2015, he was appointed Chair of the European Commission's High Level Expert Group for the "European Open Science Cloud", from which he retired by the end of 2016. Presently, Barend is co-leading the GO FAIR initiative, an initiative to kick start developments towards the Internet of FAIR data and services, which will also contribute to the implementation of components of the European Open Science Cloud. The focus of the contribution of the BioSemantics group is on developing an interoperability backbone for biomedical applications in general and rare disease in particular.
  • Website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barend_Mons


  • Sir Nigel Shadbolt
  • Sir Nigel Shadbolt is Professor of Computing Science at the University of Oxford, Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, a visiting Professor of Artificial Intelligence at Southampton University and Past President of the British Computer Society (BCS). For fifteen years, Nigel was Director of the AI Group at the University of Nottingham where he established an international reputation for work in Knowledge Engineering. He undertakes interdisciplinary research in Computer and Engineering science. He has researched Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computer Science, Computational Neuroscience, and the emerging field of Web Science. His work has advanced our understanding of intelligent behaviour in humans and machines. A major current research interest is to understand and design effective Social Machines. Social Machines are systems at web scale comprised of people and computers that can solve problems and achieve tasks beyond any of the individual elements. Nigel has published some 170 articles on various facets of AI, and has written and co-edited four books (including the CommonKADS textbook). He is Emeritus Editor in Chief of IEEE Intelligent Systems, an Associate Editor of the International Journal for Human Computer Systems and on the editorial board of the Knowledge Engineering Review. Nigel has been an invited lecturer at numerous national and international conferences; he has been program and technical chairman of a number of conferences and workshops. Nigel is a member of various national committees including the Human Sciences and Technology Sub-Committee of the UK Defense Scientific Advisory Committee (DSAC), and the UK e-Science Technical Advisory Committee (TAG). He is co-founder and Chairman of Epistemics Ltd.
  • Website: https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/people/nigel-shadbolt/









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