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Dr. Konstantinos Kotis obtained his BSc (Honours) from the Honours School of Computation at University of Manchester (UMIST), UK, in 1995. He obtained his PhD in Information Management (in the area of Knowledge Representation and Management) from the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering, University of the Aegean, Greece, in 2005. He then worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Lab of the same department for one year (2005-2006). From 2006 to 2010 he also worked at the same department as an adjunct lecturer and as a post-doc researcher. During this period he supervised or co-supervised several theses and taught courses at both graduate and post-graduate level. Konstantinos also works as an IT director in a governmental local administrative authority organization since 2000. His research interests include but not limited to: Knowledge engineering, Ontology Engineering, Semantic Interoperability, Semantic Web and the Web of Things. His latest research interest focus on Semantic Interoperability in the Web of Things. He has published 13 papers in international journals, 26 papers in international conferences and 7 book chapters, with a total of more than 45 peer-reviewed publications. Recently, Microsoft’s Academic Research and Google Scholar portals reported an h-index of 7 and 9 respectively. Dr. Kotis is a member of the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Company (EETN) and a member of ERCIM DIS working group. In addition, he has served as a reviewer in several international journals and also as a member of conferences’ program committees. He has also served as a guest editor in an international journal, as an organizer and chair of an international workshop (i-SEEK), and a co-organizer of an Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative (OAEI) contest track in 2011. In Nov. 2011 he has been selected among 222 candidates world-wide and awarded a one-year ERCIM fellowship at post-doc level, working on ‘semantic interoperability and smart environments’ at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Finally, he has been participating in ERCIM Research Exchange and ERASMUS LLP-teaching programs (Poland-University of Zielona Góra, Austria-TUW@DIS group, Switzerland-UZH@DDIS group). Since Feb. 2013 he is also working for University of Piraeus (Digital Systems Dept.) as a post doctoral research scientist (Semantic Web position @ AI-group).

Please access his publication records at:

1. DBLP: http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/pers/hd/k/Kotis:Konstantinos.html
2. Microsoft Academic Search: http://academic.research.microsoft.com/Author/1467814/konstantinos-kotis
3. ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Konstantinos_Kotis/
4. Google: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=x4T5OfIAAAAJ
Please contact him at:

Phone: +30 6974822712 (GR)
Skype: kotis_konstantinos
E-mail: kotis@aegean.gr (academic), kotis@samos.gr (IT management), kotis.kostas@gmail.com (personal)
LinkedID: http://gr.linkedin.com/in/kotis
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KotisK
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IT helpdesk support ontology (HelpdeskOnto)

Simple ontology developed for integration purposes. Describe helpdesk entities used to record support tickets for diagnosis and resolve purpuses. The ontology re-uses a) W3C ORG and REGORG ontologies, b) DUL upper ontology, and c) GoodRelations ontology.

For more please visit http://www.samos.gr/ontologies/helpdeskOnto/index.html or http://lov.okfn.org/dataset/lov/details/vocabulary_hdo.html ( from LOV platform).

Proposed Uri: http://www.samos.gr/ontologies/helpdeskOnto.owl

PREMARPOL: Prevention and Combating of Marine Pollution in Ports and Marinas

Η ρύπανση των εμπορικών και τουριστικών λιμένων και η καταπολέμησή της, αποτελεί θεμελιώδες ζήτημα τόσο της διεθνούς νομοθεσίας (Marpol Convention ’73/’78), όσο και της οικονομικής δραστηριότητας που εξαρτάται άμεσα από αυτή. Είναι γεγονός ότι από το επίπεδο ρύπανσης των τουριστικών λιμένων συναρτάται η προσέλκυση τουριστικών σκαφών, ενώ η διαρκής συσσώρευση ρύπων στα λιμάνια τα καθιστούν πηγή άμεσου κινδύνου για τις κοινωνίες που γειτνιάζουν με αυτά.

Duration: 
2011 - 2013
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AMINESS: ANALYSIS OF MARINE INFORMATION FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SHIPPING

The goal of the AMINESS project is to contribute in the safety, management and monitoring of the sea environment and the Aegean Sea in particular.

Duration: 
2011 - 2013
Funding Body: 

Greek Ministry of Education

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Research topic: 

sea environment safety, ship risk management, maritime data analysis, semantic data management

Row data to RDF

At NARAA (North Aegean Region Administrative Authorities) IT department explores row data transformation to RDF in two cases: a) EasyWeather/NationalGeographic system installed at Samos town, b) helpdesk data gathered from IT support. We use D2R server and Snorql at a glance and we plan to publish both datasets at LOD cloud.

Row data (obtained in tabular form) are transformed to/from mysql and then used by D2R server to map automatically into an rdf model.

See below the attached files for example data (row and rdf).

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ISWC 2012 Boston

2012-11-11 00:00
2012-11-15 00:00
Europe/Athens

ISWC 2012 in Boston
http://iswc2012.semanticweb.org/

Dates: 
11/11/2012 - 15/11/2012
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AUTOMSv2 results for OAEI 2012

[103] Kotis, K., A. Katasonov, and J. Leino, "AUTOMSv2 results for OAEI 2012", Seventh International Workshop on Ontology Matching, ISWC 2012, Boston, CEUR-WS, 11/2012.

ASE (Alignment of Smart Entities) ontology alignment tool

ASE (Aligning Smart Entities) is an ontology alignment tool for the alignment of OWL concepts/properties that describe the meaning of Smart Entities input/output data. Smart entities in Internet of Things context are the virtual representation of devices (sensors/actuators) that observe some feature of interest e.g. temperature, motion.

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Aligning Smart and Control Entities in IoT

[97] Kotis, K., A. Katasonov, and J. Leino, "Aligning Smart and Control Entities in IoT", The 5th Conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces 2012, issue LNCS 7469, St. Petersburg, RU, Springer, pp. 39-50, 2012.
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