Knowledge representation, Reasoning, Linked Data, Semantic Web
Georgios Santipantakis (B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D) holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering, (minor Computer Science) (2003), Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I.) of Crete, an MSc in Information Management (2009) and a PhD in Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (2014) from the Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, University of Aegean, Greece. Currently he is a post-doctoral researcher at University of Piraeus and member of AI-Group.
His Ph.D. research has been funded by IRAKLITOS II PhD Scholarship (Scholarship for research by the Greek Ministry of Education and the European Union, 2014), and a Honours Scholarship from Aegean University for his MSc studies. Prior to this, he received a Scholarship from State Scholarships Foundation (IKY) for Socrates/Erasmus studies in LMU Leeds, UK, during the winter semester of academic year 1998-1999.
He has been co-instructor for the postgraduate course “Introduction to Health Informatics” (“Health Care Management – Health Informatics”, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2012), and prior to this, co-instructor for graduate courses in T.E.I. of Crete (2010). He has participated in both national reasearch programs (“Archimedes II”, Greek Ministry of Education and the European Union, 2005, “AMINESS”, Research & Technology General Secretary, 2014) and international (INNOPSE, Innovation Studio and Exemplary Developments for Product Service Engineering, RTD project supported by the European Commission, 2003, datAcron -Big Data Analytics for Time Critical Mobility Forecasting, Horizon2020).
He has published in international journals (KAIS, IJAIT, ESWA), conferences and workshops (SETN, ICTAI, KEOD, WoMO, ESWC, Semantics, WIMS). He was co-author of the paper honored by the best paper award of SETN2014. His research interests include Distributed Reasoning in Description Logics, Representation and Reasoning with Big Data, Ontology Evolution, Link Discovery and Linked Data consumption.
Journal Of Data Semantics, 8 , 2019.
Efficient Spatio-temporal RDF Query Processing in Large Dynamic Knowledge Bases Conference
SAC 2019, 2019.
stLD: towards a spatio-temporal link discovery framework. Conference
SBD@SIGMOD 2019, 2019.
FAIMUSS: Flexible Data Transformation to RDF from Multiple Streaming Sources Proceeding
RDF-Gen: Generating RDF from streaming and archival data Proceeding
Novi Sad, Serbia, 2018.
A Stream Reasoning System for Maritime Monitoring Proceeding
Specification of Semantic Trajectories Supporting Data Transformations for Analytics: The datAcron Ontology Proceeding
The datAcron Ontology for Semantic Trajectories Conference
ESWC 2017, 2017.
Generating linked RDF data from heterogeneous streaming and archival data sources: Populating the datAcron ontology Conference
Semantics 2017, Amstrerdam, Holland, 2017.