Group Highlights | Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) is an informal research group at the University of Economics, Prague. It is centered around the Department of Information and Knowledge Engineering (DIKE) and covers most of its research activities. Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) Group Highlight from (2016-02-01) Successful MSc. thesis defences by Tomáš Hanzal (‘Modeling Events on the Semantic Web’) and Petr Hazuza (‘Vocabulary for Building Accessibility’). Congratulations, and this is not the end of our collaboration! 2016-02-01 Group Highlight from (2016-02-01) For the third time in a row, Marek Dudáš succeeded in getting a PhD research support grant, now for the project ‘Using automated alignment and linguistic transformation in generating semantic data vocabularies’. He will coordinate a team of 3 faculty and 2 more PhD students. 2016-02-01 Group Highlight from (2016-02-01) The annual international XML Prague conference has been held on February 11-13, 2016, with Jirka Kosek as PC Chair. 2016-02-01 Group Highlight from (2016-01-01) An article written by Petr Strossa (having his linguistic rather than semantic hat on) appeared in the Taylor&Francis Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 2016-01-01 Group Highlight from (2015-12-02) The Czech TV showed a news story (on December 2) on the “Mapy bez bariér” (Maps without barriers) project, with Petr Hazuza demonstrating the building accessibility categories on his own flesh. Petr participates in this project as member of the Charter 77 Foundation and transfers there the ongoing results of his MSc thesis on the Building Accessibility Vocabulary. 2015-12-02 Group Highlight from (2015-12-01) The fifth Know@LOD workshop was accepted to be held within the ESWC 2016 conference in Crete, June 2016. 2015-12-01 Group Highlight from (2015-11-30 – 2015-11-31) The first plenary meeting of the EU project took place in Berlin (November 30 – January 1). Even before (September 26) Jindřich Mynarz co-presented a widely attended talk on “Self-decribing fiscal data” at the Berlin workshop of the SharePSI 2.0 project. 2015-11-30 Group Highlight from (2015-11-14) Jindřich Mynarz and Václav Zeman will talk about Czech DBpedia and DB-quiz at the Czech annual Wikimedia conference (page is in Czech). 2015-11-14 Group Highlight from (2015-11-14 – 2015-11-15) Jindřich Mynarz and Václav Zeman talked about Czech DBpedia and DB-quiz at the Czech annual Wikimedia conference (page is in Czech). 2015-11-14 Group Highlight from (2015-11-01) Marek Dudáš will be awarded the Josef Hlávka Prize for outstanding PhD students and young academics, by the Hlávka Foundation. Congratulations! 2015-11-01