LivingKnowledge goal is to bring a new quality into search and knowledge management technology for more concise, complete and contextualised search results.
LK Partners are pleased to share some of the project outcomes.
LK Consortium will organize the LivingKnowledge Summer School co-located with the ESSIR 2011 in Koblenz, Germany
on August 29th-September 2nd, 2011
The paper “Scalable Knowledge Harvesting with High Precision and High Recall” co-written by N. Nakashole, M. Theobald and G. Weikum has been presented at ACM WSDM 2011 in Hong Kong on February 9th-12th, 2011 and published in ACM Digital Library
A. Baldry, F. Coccetta have co-written the article “Web-based Concordancing and Annotation: Self-access Project Work and Syllabus Construction through Structured Web Explorations”; this has been pusblished in London: Equinox
Posted February 21, 2011Text
F. Giunchiglia will be Keynote speaker at 1st ESWC Summer School 2011 in Kalamaki, Crete on May 22nd-28th, 2011
A. Baldry presented “Seminar on Living Knowledge, Diversity Awareness, Multimodal Genre Analysis and Internet Training” at the International Symposium: New Insights into the Study of Conversation in the University of Granada, Spain on October 1st, 2010
Posted July 12, 2010Text
A. Baldry gave a talk on “Diachronic perspectives on multimodal genre analysis: A web as corpus approach” at the 22nd European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop in the University del Litorale in Koper, Slovenia on July 9th-12th, 2010
Posted July 06, 2010Text
A. Baldry gave the talk “Multimodality as a window on children’s learning and children’s learning as a window on multimodality” at the Multimodality and Learning Conference: Environments, Rhetoric, Recognition, Play and Methods. Institute of Education, University of London on July 6th-7th, 2010
Posted June 07, 2010Text
A. Baldry gave a talk on “Transferring Knowledge across Disciplines and Academic Communities” at CLAVIER 2010 – Seminario A.I.A. on June 7th-8th, 2010
A. Baldry gave the talk “Are blogs online conversations? – A corpus linguistics approach to multimodal genre analysis” at the Plenary: New Insights into the Study of Conversation in the University of Granada, Spain on May 26th, 2010
The LivingKnowledge partners are happy to announce their first newsletter. This newsletter introduces the main research activities.
We hope you will enjoy reading it!
Posted April 29, 2010Text
A. Baldry presented “Towards CLIL in English-Language medical syllabuses: are there really any alternatives to mediacy-based CLIL in medical faculties?” at Convegno Nazionale: Teaching Medical English: methods and models in Foggia-Barletta, Italy on April 29th, 2010
V. Maltese has been Panelist at AISB 2010 in Leicester, UK on March 31st - April 1st 2010
J. Atserias and M. Matthews were invited to talk on “Exploring Semantic Technologies in Search” at the 2nd Kyoto Workshop in Japan on January 25th-28th, 2010
F. Giunchiglia gave a talk at ICSD 2009 in Trento, Italy on September, 8th-11th, 2009