The third edition of the Advanced Course for Data & Knowledge Modeller started

An ever increasing number of organizations publish their datasets in Linked Open Data mode. The Web of data is rising considerably. Top players such as Google and Facebook are enhancing their research services to be more compliant to the Semantic Web standards.

For this reason also the job positions looking for professionals that are experts in Semantic Web technologies are growing. They must be able to provide the right semantics to the datasets published on Linked Data and the right semantic metadata to Web pages. Or to represent knowledge in the correct way for Corporate Semantic Web applications.

Since we aim to offer to the young philosophers placement opportunities within companies, we have organized a new course for those who have attended our “Epistematica Seminar” at the University of Rome Sapienza, or who have had similar experiences.

The “Data & Knowledge Modeller” advanced course is intended to let the students able to apply the theory learned during the seminar in contexts similar to the actual industrial practice. The aims is to provide them with the necessary skills to operate effectively in the world of work.

Classes will be held in Rome, from 15.00 to 19.00 on the following days:

  1. March 13th, 2013
  2. March 27th, 2013
  3. April 10th, 2013
  4. April 24th, 2013

The location of the meetings will be:

Hotel Pulitzer Roma
Viale Guglielmo Marconi, 905 | 00146 Rome | Italy

The course is free of charge and the number of participants will be limited. They will be selected at our sole discretion based on the applications received by March 3rd, 2013.

If you are interested in attending this course, please express your interest by sending your CV to career[at]

Admitted participants are required to bring their personal computer (notebook /netbook). Course material and handouts will be provided by the teachers in electronic format.

For more information download the document “Corso Avanzato per Data & Knowledge Modeller” (in Italian).