Front page   Edit Freeze Diff Backup Upload Copy Rename Reload   New List of pages Search Recent changes   Help   RSS of recent changes

InterOntology12

Last-modified: 2012-02-24 (Fri) 00:20:47 (2120d)
Top / InterOntology12

Interdisciplinary Ontology Conference (InterOntology12 Tokyo)

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION


5TH INTERDISCIPLINARY ONTOLOGY CONFERENCE, Tokyo, Japan (InterOntology12)
第5回学際オントロジー国際会合 (InterOntology12)

DATE
February 23-24, 2012
日時
2月23日・2月24日
PLACE
G-Sec Lab, 6th Floor, East Building, Mita Campus of Keio University [Map] (5 minutes walk from JR-Tamachi Station or Subway-Mita Station or Subway-Akabanebashi Station)
場所
慶應義塾大学 三田キャンバス 東館6階 G-SEC Lab [Map]

The purpose of this meeting is to exchange ideas on Ontology both on the basic fields, such as philosophy, logic, phenomenology, cognitive psychology, and on applied fields such as biomedical ontology, AI, ontological engineering, informatics/computer science, and others.

本会議は,分析形而上学,オントロジーの論理,現象学などの哲学・人文科学系オントロジー理論から,生命医学,AI,オントロジー工学などを含む情報科学系オントロジー理論・技術まで,分野横断的にオントロジーを議論する会議です.


This conference is open to everyone. There is no fees but pre-registration required. InterOntology12 Registration Page is now open. https://abelard.flet.keio.ac.jp/io12/registration.html

この会議は参加自由・無料ですが,Proceedings Volume 配布及び懇親会などの用意のため,参加予定の方は オンライン登録ページ から事前にオンライン登録をしていただければ幸いです.登録なしでも参加できますが,Proceedings 配布は登録者を優先させていただく場合があります.懇親会は23日午後ののセッション終了後に夕方開催されます.

なお,このページは以下のURLでもアクセスできます:

http://abelard.flet.keio.ac.jp/io12/

また,25日にもオントロジーの論理を含む,論理,論理哲学,現象学系研究会を予定しています.詳細は「論理と認知のダイナミクス」研究集会のページ をご覧ください.(topics: 論証のSurveyability, 幾何学的認知プロセスの fMRI 脳研究,図形推論の証明論,the question of the self-refutation of relativism arose from Plato Theaetetus's proposed definition of knowledge as perception.)

海外招待講演者は次の方々を含みます (講演題目の一部も付けています)
The International Invited Speakers include:

  1. Barry Smith, USA (Analytic Metaphysics, Biomedical Informatics), On Classifying Material Entities in Basic Formal Ontology
  2. Berit Brogaard, USA (Phenomenology, Psychology), An Emotion Ontology Based on the Perceived- Response Theory
  3. Maureen Donnelly, USA (Logic, Analytic Metaphysics, Applied Ontology), Coincidence, the Grounding Problem, and Theories of Persistence
  4. Antony Galton, UK (Applied Ontology), The Ontology of States, Processes, and Events
  5. Janna Hastings, Swiss, From Chemicals to Minds: Integrated ontologies in the search for scientific understanding
  6. Simon Milton, Australia, The role of ontological theory in information systems methodology
  7. Mark Ressler, (Buffalo, USA) , Perspectival Methods in Metaphysics


このほか、国内招待講演者、発表、共著者には

  • Richard Dietz, Comparative concepts
  • Tsuyoshi Kurata, Art Works as Dependent Type
  • Daisuke Kachi, Serious Copula Tensing
  • Hiroyuki Miyoshi, Ontology and Epistemology from Computing
  • Takahira Yamaguchi, Ontology Based Humanoid Robot
  • Jun Nakaya, Hiroshi Tanaka, et al., Semantic Mechanisms in Clinical Omics DB
  • Kouji Kozaki, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Takeshi Imai, Kazuhiko Ohe, A Consideration on Identity of Diseases and others


Tentative Program

The main conference room is the "G-Sec Lab" room on the 6th Floor of the East Building.
The parts of parallel sessions (Session 3 and Session 7) will take place at the Conference Hall (the "Hall"-room on the 8th Floor of the SAME East Building.

(For readability, the full affiliation information, full coauthors name, if any, and full titles if it is long, are listed below the program.)

THE FIRST DAY, FEB 23rd, Thursday, 2012

Session 1 (6th Floor): Fundamentals (by international Invited Speakers)

  • 09:00 Registration and Coffee & Tea
  • 09:15 Opening Grand Introduction from Keio University-ORC-JCOR
    • Welcome greeting, dean of graduate school of humanities, Yosaku Nishiwaki, Keio University
  • 09:30 Barry Smith (Buffalo, USA)
    • On Classifying Material Entities in Basic Formal Ontology
  • 10:20 Short break.
  • 10:30 Antony Galton (Exeter, UK)
    • The Ontology of States, Processes, and Events
  • 11:20 Short break.
  • 11:30 Simon Milton (Melbourne, Australia)
    • The role of ontological theory in information systems methodology

12:30-14:00 Lunch Break

Parallel Sessions: Session 2 and Session 3

Session 2 (6th Floor): Fundamental issues on Applied Ontology

  • 14:00 Riichiro Mizoguchi, Koji Kozai, Yoshinobu Kitamura
    • A Taxonomy of Roles (Invited talk)
  • 14:40 Hiroshi Masuya et al. (Tokyo, Japan)
    • The Ontological Representation of Genetics
  • 15:10 Yoshinobu Kitamura and Riichiro Mizoguchi
    • Towards Perspectives for Capturing Functions
  • 15:40-15:50 Short break.
  • 15:50-16:30 Takahira Yamaguchi (with Shotaro Kobayashi).
    • Ontology Based Humanoid Robot for Dialogue and Action with Users (Invited talk)

Session 3 (8th Floor): Philosophical issues on Ontology

  • 14:00 Tsuyoshi Kurata, (Kyushu, Japan)
    • Art work as dependent type (Invited talk)
  • 14:45 Richard Dietz (Tokyo, Japan)
    • Comparative Concepts (Invited talk)
  • 15:45-16:30 Daisuke Kachi (Saitama, Japan)
    • Serious Copula Tensing (Invited talk)

16:30-16:50 Coffee & Tea

Session 4 (6th Floor) : Special panel discussion session

  • 16:50-18:40
    • Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion (The panelist names and the details will be posted soon).

19:00 Reception Party

At the Chuugoku-Hanten (中国飯店) Chinese Restaurant, near the East Gate (one minutes walk after crossing the traffic at the East Gate on the right) [Map]. Note that our East Building is located at the East Gate. (all participants are welcome to participate in the Reception Party).

THE SECOND DAY, FEB 24th, Friday, 2012

Session 5 (6th Floor): Ontology of Emotions, Perception, Mind. (International Invited Talks)

  • 09:15 Coffee and Tea
  • 09:30 Maureen Donnelly (Buffalo, USA)
    • Coincidence, the Grounding Problem, and Theories of Persistence
  • 10:20 Short break
  • 10:30 Janna Hastings, (Hinxton, UK and Geneva, Switzerland)
    • From Chemicals to Minds: Integrated ontologies in the search for scientific understanding
  • 11:20 Short break
  • 11:30 Berit Brogaard (Missouri, USA)
    • An Emotion Ontology Based on the Perceived-Response Theory

12:30-14:00 Lunch Break

Parallel Sessions: Session 6 and Session 7

Session 6 (8th Floor): Fundamentals, International Invited Talk

  • 14:00 Mark Ressler (Buffalo, USA)
    • Perspectival Methods in Metaphysics
  • 14:50 Short break
  • 15:00-15:45 Hiroyuki Miyoshi (Kyoto, Japan)
    • Ontology and Epistemology from Computing Phenomena

Session 7 (6th Floor): Biomedical Ontologies

  • 14:00 Jun Nakaya, Hiroshi Tanaka (Tokyo, Japan), Michio Kimura (Shizuoka, Japan), Riichiro Mizoguchi and Koji Kozaki (Osaka, Japan)
    • Semantic Mechanisms in Clinical Omics DB (Invited Talk)
  • 14:45 Kouji Kozaki, Riichiro Mizoguchi (ISIR, Osaka University), Takeshi Imai, Kazuhiko Ohe (Department of Medical Informatics, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo)
    • A Consideration on Identity of Diseases (Invited talk)
  • 15:30 Short break

Session 8 (6th Floor): Ontology, Language and Information Processing

  • 15:40 Tastuya Hagino, Shun Ishizaki, Yudai Iwasaki, Kang-Hao Lu, Jun Okamoto, Takehiro Teraoka, and Shun Ishizaki (Keio-SFC, Japan)
    • Ontology in Web Applications and Natural Language Processing
  • 16:10 Takeshi Morita, Yuka Sekimoto, Susumu Tamagawa and Takahira Yamaguchi (Tokyo, Japan)
    • Building up a Class Hierarchy with Properties from Japanese Wikipedia
  • 16:40 Concluding discussion.
  • 17:00 Closing


講演予定題目 (プログラムの順序とは異なります。)

  1. Comparative Concepts, Richard Dietz (Department of Philosophy, University of Tokyo)
  2. The Ontology of States, Processes, and Events, Antony Galton (College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Science, University of Exeter, UK)
  3. From Chemicals to Minds: Integrated ontologies in the search for scientific understanding, Janna Hastings (European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK and Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland)
  4. The Ontological Representation of Genetics, Hiroshi Masuya (RIKEN BioResource Center, Tsukuba, Ibaraki), Riichiro Mizoguchi (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University)
  5. Towards Perspectives for Capturing Functions, Yoshinobu Kitamura and Riichiro Mizoguchi (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University)
  6. A Consideration on Identity of Diseases, Kouji Kozaki, Riichiro Mizoguchi (ISIR, Osaka University), Takeshi Imai, Kazuhiko Ohe (Department of Medical Informatics, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo)
  7. Perspectival Methods in Metaphysics, Mark Ressler (Department of Philosophy, The University at Buffalo)
  8. Coincidence, the Grounding Problem, and Theories of Persistence, Maureen Donnelly (Department of Philosophy, University at Buffalo)
  9. A Taxonomy of Roles, Riichiro MIZOGUCHI, Kouji KOZAKI and Yoshinobu KITAMURA (ISIR, Osaka University)
  10. Building up a Class Hierarchy with Properties from Japanese Wikipedia, Takeshi Morita (School of Social Informatics, Aoyama Gakuin University), Yuka Sekimoto, Susumu Tamagawa, and Takahira Yamaguchi (Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University)
  11. On Classifying Material Entities in Basic Formal Ontology, Barry Smith (Department of Philosophy and National Center for Ontological Research, University at Buffalo)
  12. Ontology Based Humanoid Robot for Dialogue and Action with Users, Takahira Yamaguchi and Shotaro Kobayashi (Keio University)
  13. Ontology in Web Applications and Natural Language Processing, Tastuya Hagino, Shun Ishizaki (Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University), Yudai Iwasaki, Jun Okamoto, and Takehiro Teraoka (Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University), Kang-Hao Lu (Keio Research Institute at SFC, Keio University)
  14. A Note on the Source of Husserlian Formal Ontology of Theory of Manifolds (Revised Note), Mitsuhiro Okada (Department of Philosophy Keio University)
  15. Serious Copula Tensing, Daisuke Kachi (Saitama University)
  16. An Emotion Ontology Based on the Perceived-Response Theory Berit Brogaard (Departments of Philosophy and Psychology, Center for Neurodynamics, University of Missouri, USA)
  17. Semantic Mechanisms in Clinical Omics DB, Jun Nakaya, Hiroshi Tanaka (School of Biomedical Science, Tokyo Medical and Dental University), Michio Kimura (Department of Medicine, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Handayama Hamamatsu, Shizuoka) Riichiro Mizoguchi, Koji Kozaki (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University)
  18. Art Works as Dependent Type, Tsuyoshi Kurata (Kyushu University)
  19. The role of ontological theory in information systems methodology, Simon Milton (Melbourne University, Australia)
  20. Ontology and Epistemology from Computing Phenomena, Hiroyuki Miyoshi (Kyoto Sangyo University)
  21. A source of Husserlian formal ontology on mathematical manifolds, Mitsuhiro Okada (Keio University)