It’s alive!

After almost 4 months of development, the beta version of the Semantics Engine (SE) is now available. The SE will power the Online PhD Hub platform and it will provide enhanced capabilities such as content annotation and classification, advanced search engine and filtering options, thus improving the matchmaking procedure among universities, companies and students.

To reach this milestone, a desk-research on scientific classifications was carried out. Subsequently, a core scientific graph was created, containing the main fields of science and their relation to domain-specific terminology. Furthermore, the infrastructure to create, curate and exploit the Knowledge Graph was also developed. We deployed and integrated a stack of tools, notably:

* VocBench a web-based, multilingual, collaborative development platform for managing thesauri

*Apache Stanbol which provides powerful content enhancement capabilities.

*RDFBrowser a Linked Data publisher.

If you want to know more details on how we achieved the semantic annotation of the PhD Hub, check the PHD Hub Core Graph at http://data.phdhub.eu/ and download the report available in our resources section 

It's time to meet again!

 


Work meeting and Innovation fest

Published on February 5th, 2018

 

Following the general kick-off meeting, the consortium of the PhD Hub will meet again on the 30th and 31st of May at the Birmingham City University. We will have two days of work sessions. The consortium will discuss the results delivered to set the framework of the university-business and international cooperation, as well as the initiation of the local PhD Hubs. In addition, an important part of the meeting will focus on the work conducted by the University of Alcalá for outlining the feature and technical blueprint of a highly ambitious platform connecting business and academia locally and at European level. This will initiate the process of developing the online platform, led by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with the support of Microsoft and LSI Software.

Furthermore, the consortium will attend the Innovation Fest, hosted by our partner Birmingham City University. This is a perfect occasion to share good practices with inspirational speakers and engage in networking with potential PhD Hub business and university partners.

If you want to know more about this event, please visit www.bcu.ac.uk.


It's time to meet again!


Following the general kick-off meeting, the consortium of the PhD Hub will meet again on the 30th and 31st of May at the Birmingham City University. We will have two days of work sessions. The consortium will discuss the results delivered to set the framework of the university-business and international cooperation, as well as the initiation of the local PhD Hubs. In addition, an important part of the meeting will focus on the work conducted by the University of Alcalá for outlining the feature and technical blueprint of a highly ambitious platform connecting business and academia locally and at European level. This will initiate the process of developing the online platform, led by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with the support of Microsoft and LSI Software.
Furthermore, the consortium will attend the Innovation Fest, hosted by our partner Birmingham City University. This is a perfect occasion to share good practices with inspirational speakers and engage in networking with potential PhD Hub business and university partners.
If you want to know more about this event, please visit:

http://www.bcu.ac.uk/business/digital/innovation-fest

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