Teaching at STAR lab
The following list contains a list of 3rd bachelor project proposals currently available. Please contact Christophe Debruyne if you wish more details on any of these subjects.
- Bachelor Project: Een grafische editor voor binaire ORM-diagrammen
- Bachelor Project: Een conceptuele querytaal voor RDF door middel van RIDL*
Apprenticeships and thesis subjects
In order to comprehend STAR Lab's research efforts regarding ontologies, we suggest to examine all publications classified as beginner. This introductory material will be useful when browsing the different apprenticeship and thesis topics we offer below. However, if you are persistent, you might want to struggle through the advanced material. First start with the famous introduction by Uschold and Gruninger:
- Ontologies: Principles, Methods, and Applications [Mike Uschold and Michael Gruninger]
- The Semantic Web [by Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ora Lassila]
- Introducing ontologies [by STAR Lab]
- An Overview of Ontologies [by María Auxilio Medina Nieto]
- What Are Ontologies, and Why Do We Need Them? [by B. Chandrasekaran, J. R. Josephson and R. Benjamins]
- Ontologies - Introduction and Overview [by A. Johannes Pretorius]
- Where are the Semantics in the Semantic Web? [by Michael Uschold]
- Conceptual Modeling [by Stefano Spaccapietra]
Additional literature regarding STAR Lab's vision and approach towards ontologies can be found at the DOGMA research page and at our publication page.
All subjects are closely or remotely related with ongoing national and Pan-European research projects, and the DOGMA project in particular. But it is also possible to do your thesis and apprenticeship partly within the spin-off company Collibra.
Below you will find some topics to give you a head start. In case you do not find what you are looking for, but you feel a strong attraction to our research subject, do not hesitate to make suggestions and discuss it with us: contact Christophe Debruyne, firstname.lastname@example.org
New topics (2013-2014)