IMC Technologies @ ESWC 2010

June 15, 2010

ESWC 2010, which took place between May 30th and June 3rd in Crete, was the first one in the series of Semantic Web Conferences under the 'Extended' (instead of former 'European') title and justified this by being the scene for the lively international Semantic Web community. It was a success in terms of organization as well as content and interaction. IMC Technologies sponsored the event and thus created lots of interest in the company and its activities, reinforced by presentations of our work: the paper 'Facilitating Dialogue - Using Semantic Web technology for eParticipation' was presented by George Anadiotis in the In Use session, while Panos Alexopoulos presented work 'Towards a Methodology for the Engineering of Fuzzy Ontologies' in the Poster session.

Sponsoring and presenting at ESWC 2010

March 19, 2010

As yet another affirmation of IMC Technologies technical excellence and commitment to supporting innovation and applied research, we are happy to announce our presence in the coming Extended Semantic Web Conference to be held in Crete, from the 30th of May till the 3rd of June 2010. In addition to presenting our work, we shall also sponsor the event, proving in practice our support for and commitment to innovation, looking forward to making new research and business contacts and creating opportunities for collaboration. So, see you in Crete!

Press Release in Greek

IMC Technologies contributes its Linked Data expertise to the Open Source community: the Liferay Linked Data Module

December 11, 2009

As part of its endorsement of the Open Source philosophy, IMC Technologies has announced the official release of the Liferay Linked Data Module under the LGPL license on Sourceforge. The Linked Data Module provides a gateway to remotely accessing Liferay platform content and administrative information in a self-descriptive, semantically rich and structured way.

Press Release in English

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