David Chaves-Fraga

PhD Student at OEG

dachafra [at] gmail.com

PhD starts

1 SEP 2016

My PhD starts at the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG), in the area of data integration and with @ocorcho as my PhD advisor

OEG web page

OASIS and GoF4R start

28-30 NOV 2016

OASIS and GoF4R European Project Kick-off meetings in Belgium. Both are focused on semantic interoperability in Transport

OASIS GoF4R

Output 1.1 OASIS

27 JAN 2017

White paper about our vision on transport data sharing in the smart cities of Madrid and Ghent

White Paper

Internship at CIWS

1 APRIL 2017

Research visitor at Universidad de Chile and Center of Semantic Web Research (CIWS). I worked with @claudiogutierrez during three months learning and experimenting with federated SPARQL queries and their performance

CIWS

Output 2.1 OASIS

MAY 2017

TransportDCAT-AP: A common metadata model for representing public transport at the European level

TransportDCAT-AP documentation

Open Summer of Code 2017

17-28 JULY 2017

I attended to the Open Summer of Code 2017 as one of the leaders of OASIS team. During one month we developed Tripscore, a route planning linked data client based on user preferences and historical data.

Open Summer of Code Tripscore

Civic Hack Night in Brussels

18 JULY 2017

Invited by @DVRansbeeck to present TransportDCAT-AP and the relevance of the metadata in the transport domain

Slides Civic Hack Night

Visiting Ghent University

25 JULY 2017

One day visiting the IDLab of Ghent University invited by @pietercolpaert . The current state of my thesis was presented to the group and we were discussing about SPARQL and semantic data integration.

Accepted papers at ISWC17

AUG 2017

Position paper "On the Role of the GRAPH Clause in the Performance of Federated SPARQL Queries" accepted at PROFILES2017 workshop, collocated with ISWC17

Demo paper "The tripscore Linked Data client: calculating specific summaries over large time series" accepted at DeSemWeb workshop, collocated with ISWC17

Demo paper "Providing Reliable Access to Real-Time and Historic Public Transport Data Using Linked Connections" accepted at Demo&Poster session ISWC17

GRAPH paper Tripscore demo paper LC demo paper

9th IT Combined Meeting

19 SEPT 2017

We celebrate the 1st GoF4R workshop, collocated with the 9th Combined Meeting in Cologne. I presented the relevance of Semantic Interoperability in Transport Domain and we discussed in groups about different topics with relevant stakeholders from the domain.

Slides

Triscore at DataMad

20 OCT 2017

Tripscore was selected as one of the projects for a 1 month dataton of the Madrid's council

ISWC17 Workshops

22 OCT 2017

I presented in two workshops: the Tripscore demo paper at @DeSemWeb and the Graph position paper at @Profiles2017

Slides Tripscore Slides Graph

ISWC17 Main Conference

22 OCT 2017

@pietercolpaert @julianrojas and I presented our demo paper about linked connections and historical data during the Poster&Demo session

Trispcore won 2nd prize

16 DEC 2017

Tripscore won the 2nd prize in the DataMad. We included public transport data from the city of Madrid to recommend routes

Spanish Tripscore

Next Steps for 2018

20 DEC 2017

After one year identifying the limitations of the problem I would like to resolve in my thesis and doing some proofs of concepts, I finished 2017 discussing with @ocorcho about the next steps for 2018. At that moment I knew which would be the contributions of my thesis and the problem I would like to solve: Online query processing over joins in CSV files

Post Proceeding Paper at ICTERI 2017

FEB 2018

Our paper "Cross-Evaluation of Term Extraction Tools by Measuring Terminological Saturation" was accepted at PP of ICTERI17.

PDF

Open Summer of Code 2018

MARCH 2018

From a collaboration between Open Knowledge Belgium and Ontology Engineering Group, Open Summer of Code 2018 will turn into an International program and it will take place in Spain for the first time.

oSoc18 Spain Web Page oSoc18 Twitter

ICTERI 2018

MARCH 2018

I started as PC member of ICTERI. Besides, our paper "Refining Terminological Saturation using String Similarity Measures" was accepted to present during the conference.