Patrick Lambrix is professor at the Department of Computer and Information Science of Linköping University. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Linköping University in 1996.
He is the head of the Division for Databases and Information Techniques (ADIT) where he also leads the Database and Web Information Systems Group. He is a member of SeRC, the Swedish e-Science Research Centre. He is also member of the Semantic Web research group and the Sports Analytics research group at Linköping University.
His main expertise is in knowledge engineering and his current research interests relate to the areas of
- Semantic Web (ontologies)
- Sports analytics
Degree projects related to knowledge engineering and the Semantic Web as well as to sports analytics may be available.
Patrick Lambrix will be invited speaker at Psi-k 2020, September 14-17, 2020. The Psi-k conference, which is held every 5 years, is the largest conference in electronic structures and brings together researchers that work on developing fundamental theory, algorithms, and programs in order to understand, predict, and design materials properties and functions.
LiU magasin published an article (in Swedish) on our sports analytics work based on an interview with Patrick Lambrix and Niklas Carlsson. Swedish and English versions were published on the LiU web.
Our journal article 'User validation in ontology alignment: functional assessment and impact' by Huanyu Li, Zlatan Dragisic, Daniel Faria, Valentina Ivanova, Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz, Patrick Lambrix and Catia Pesquita is now available open access. Link to paper.
Our journal article 'A Method for Extending Ontologies with Application to the Materials Science Domain' by Huanyu Li, Rickard Armiento and Patrick Lambrix is now available open access. Link to paper.
NEWS: The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) provides funding for the project CoDeLON - Completing and Debugging Large Ontologies and their Networks for 2019-22.
NEWS: Our group joins the EU project SPIRIT - Scalable privacy preserving intelligence analysis for resolving identities.
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