Hans Bethe teaching hard sumsSome talks I’ve done, with presentation slideware available as either powerpoint, pdf or on slideshare.

  1. 2010-05-12 Bibliography 2.0: A citeulike case study from the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus at the The Influence and Impact of Web 2.0 on Various Applications, National e-Science Centre, Edinburgh, UK
  2. 2010-02-24 Accessing small molecule data using ChEBI at the Hands-on training at EBI – Programmatic Access To Biological Databases (using Perl) EBI, Cambridge, UK
  3. 2010-02-11 OWL and OBO: Two ontology languages for Biology at the OWL vs. OBO session of the EBI Ontology Interest Group, Cambridge, UK
  4. 2010-01-22 How to blog at the Ontogenesis Blogging a Book workshop, Manchester, UK
  5. 2009-09-22 Ontologies, OWL and Protégé in the semantic technologies track at the XML Summer School 2009, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford.
  6. 2009-08-22 Authenticating Scientists with OpenID in the Faraday Theatre at Science Online London (solo09) at The Royal Institution of Great Britain. (see videos of the programme)
  7. 2009-07-11 The Invisible Scientist: Personal Digital Identity on the Web, at Science Foo Camp (scifoo) 2009, The Googleplex, Mountain View, California.
  8. 2009-06-11 Who Are You? Managing collaborative digital identities in bioinformatics with myExperiment, at the Ninth Annual Workshop on Network Tools and Applications in Biology (NETTAB 2009): Technologies, Tools and Applications for Collaborative and Social Bioinformatics Research and Development, 10-12 June 2009, Catania, Siciliy, Italy.
  9. 2009-05-21 Defrosting the John Rylands University Library, at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester
  10. 2009-04-23 The Year of Blogging Dangerously: Lessons from the Blogosphere, part of The Scholarly Communication Landscape, Manchester Conference Centre.
  11. 2009-03-16 Defrosting the Digital Library: Bibliographic tools for the next generation Web, Faculty of Life Sciences, Michael Smith Building, University of Manchester, part of the Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics Seminars
  12. 2008-10-27 GO faster ChEBI with Reasonable Biochemistry (poster presentation), at OWL: Experiences and Directions (OWLED 2008) Fifth International Workshop, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 26-27, 2008. Available from Nature Precedings DOI:10.1038/npre.2008.2435.1
  13. 2007-12-04 Adding meaning to your Data, at the BioSapiens Network of Excellence Workshop, Towards semantic integration and interoperability of bioinformatics resources Manchester, UK.
  14. 2007-09-20 REST or SOAP, which style of service is best for building the Web of Science?, at Web Services workshop, MIB, Manchester, UK.
  15. 2006-07-21 Deciding Semantic Matching of Stateless Services (<1.0MB) at the Twenty first National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI’06), Boston, MA, USA.
  16. 2006-03-17 Data integration in myGrid with Taverna (7.3MB) at the First International Workshop on the Interoperability of Biological Information Resources (IBIR’06), Tokyo, Japan. Available from Nature Precedings doi:10.1038/npre.2007.331.1
  17. 2005-07-29 Introduction to the Web Ontology Language (OWL) and Protégé (4.8MB) with Nick Drummond at the Sixth International XML Summer School 2005 (the “Hogwarts of XML”), Wadham College, Oxford, UK.
  18. 2005-07-16 Semantic Matching of Biomedical Web Services. Poster session at the Third European Summer School on Ontological Engineering and the Semantic Web (SSSW’05), Cercedilla, Spain.
  19. 2005-06-10 Describing Web Services for user-oriented retrieval (3.4MB) from the
    W3C Workshop on Frameworks for Semantics in Web Services at the Digital Enterprise Research Insitute (DERI), Innsbruck, Austria.
  20. 2005-02-23 Querying bioinformatics data: where can semantic web services help? (8.5MB) IMG research seminar, Manchester, UK.
  21. 2004-12-08 Treating shimantic web syndrome with ontologies (1.9MB) from the First AKT workshop on Semantic Web Services (AKT-SWS04), Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.
  22. 2004-10-17 Web service matching in bioinformatics (<1.0MB) at the e-science sisters programme at the San Diego Super Duper Computer Center, University of California, San Diego, USA.


In the recent past, I have taught the following classes and training courses:

I used to be an active postgraduate mentor, providing informal advice and organising social events for current and prospective PhD students in Computer Science but have now retired from this post.

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