Finally finished my PhD! My research work is entitled Service Composition for Biomedical Applications and here’s my public keynote!
Most computer users like to change the background of their desktops, whether they are using a laptop, tablet or their mobile operating system. It brightens up and refreshes the interface and keeps it interesting for them. Creating a wallpaper isn’t as easy as you might think. It takes a lot of practise, and hours away from partypoker and other relaxation activities, in order to perfect. Because there are so many ways you can go wrong, especially if you don’t understand the software being used, or you’re not particularly artistic yet. These are some of things you have to consider: Resolution – How large are you going to make the wallpaper? This will vary dependent on what…
Relaxed keynote for the bioinformatics research group COEUS lab meeting.
Semantic Web intro + COEUS
Pedro Lopes & José Luís Oliveira DOI: 10.1145/2064747.2064768 Presentation Open publication – Free publishing – More bioinformatics Abstract Relevant biomedical advances happen daily, and the medical profession relies on this evolution to deliver an improved patient care. In addition, the growing magnitude of data generated by biomedical software and hardware since the initial discovery of the human genome is remarkable in size and variety. Hence, best-of-breed software solutions are at best a couple years behind clinical practice demands. In this paper we detail an innovative Semantic Web interoperability framework, which provides developers with a complete software stack for semantic application deployment. Interoperability is the defining feature of this framework. On the one hand, new instances are…
Towards Knowledge Federation for Biomedical Applications Pedro Lopes & José Luís Oliveira DOI: 10.1145/2063518.2063530 I-Semantics 2011, 7th International Conference on Semantic Systems; September 2011 – Graz, Austria Open publication – Free publishing – More semantic Abstract: Knowledge federation is a particular matter of concern in the life sciences domain. The magnitude of data generated by biomedical software and hardware since the initial discovery of the human genome is tremendous in quantity and diversity. Consequently, state-of-the-art software solutions have always lagged behind researchers’ demands, even more so with recent developments in high-throughput sequencing technology and open access to digital disease records. The maturity of Semantic Web technologies brought with it new strategies to tackle life sciences challenges….
A knowledge federation strategy for integrating genotype-to-phenotype data July 15 – Vienna, Austria
WAVe has been finally published on Human Mutation (IF: 6.887) Lopes, P., Dalgleish, R. and Oliveira, J. L. (2011), WAVe: web analysis of the variome. Human Mutation, 32. doi: 10.1002/humu.21499
Presentation shown to Taverna development team to kick-off the discussion on how to improve and enhance Taverna usage in the EU-ADR Web Platform. Open publication – Free publishing – More adr
WAVe, Semantic Web and The Meaning of Life Talk given and Brookeslab Lab Meeting. It covers mostly WAVe and Semantic Web stuff, the topics I’ve worked with during my internship. Open publication – Free publishing – More wave
GEN2PHEN GAM 6 September 27th, 2010, Montpellier WAVe Open publication – Free publishing – More bioinformatics Open publication – Free publishing – More semantic web