- Metadata Models, creation and management and administrative metadata
- Metadata Policy and Management
- Extensible Mark-up Language and its associated technologies
- Semantic Web Technologies
- Annotation systems and metadata capturing
- Preservation metadata, archiving and cataloguing
- Metadata simplicity, complexity, interoperability, integrity and authentication
- Metadata Repositories and Services
- Metadata Diversity and Resource discovery with focus on Metadata Harvesting and Publishing
- Automatic Metadata Extraction technologies and metadata evaluation
- Metadata Applications with interest in Search Engine Technologies
- Personalisation and customisation agents
- Multimedia metadata supporting Jpeg, Mpeg, MP3, multimedia and interactive digital objects
Meet an IMM Brisbane Committee Member and Researcher
Tudor Groza is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the e-Research Group of the School of ITEE, at The University of Queensland. Here, he currently works together with experts from the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital on the research and development of a community-driven knowledge curation platform for the skeletal dysplasia domain. This aims to provide ontology and Linked Data driven diagnosis support and enable experts in the field to share knowledge and case studies.
Tudor has six years experience in the R&D of Semantic Web and Linked Data technologies, with a focus on Healthcare and Life Sciences, scientific authoring and publishing and personal information management. Previous to joining UQ, he worked on several EU funded projects at DERI Galway, among which the EU NEPOMUK IP project that realised seamless and transparent personal information integration on the desktop using Semantic Web technologies. Results of this project can now be found in every KDE Linux distribution.
He is an active member of the W3C HCLS Scientific Discourse Taskforce, has published more than 25 papers, organised ten scientific events (including a summer school), and serves constantly as reviewer for the main Semantic Web journals and for conferences or workshops in the Semantic Web and knowledge capturing and acquisition areas. Recently, he has been invited to visit the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, at Stanford University, US.
More details on his research can be found at: http://www.tudorgroza.org/.
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