Systems Engineering Boot Camp

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A one-day tutorial on systems engineering ontology

Venue: Alumni Arena, University at Buffalo, North Campus
Time: Friday, January 26, 2018, 9am-3pm
Faculty: Barry Smith,

Participation is free and open to the public. Coffee and lunch will be provided to those participants who register in advance by email to johnc@buffalo.edu.

8:30 Registration and Coffee

9:00 Introduction and Background: Semantic Technology for Systems Engineering

9:15 Ontology Timeline 1: 1970s: Strong AI, Robotics, PSL 2: 1990s: The Semantic Web, Linked Open Data 3: 2000s: Lessons from the Human Genome Project

9:30 Principles for Ontology Building Toy Example: Military Vehicle Ontology

10:15 Coffee

10:30 Future-Proofing Ontologies The Case of the Gene Ontology Building ontologies with Basic Formal Ontology Common Core Ontologies (CCO) Industry Ontologies Foundry (IOF) Ontology for Materials Science Realizables in BFO: Roles and Dispositions

12:00 Lunch

1:00 Example Ontology from the SE Domain Functions and Capabilities BFO-based Ontology for Information Entities Product Life Cycle (PLC) Ontology Defining ‘System’

3:00 Adjourn