REWERSE - reasoning on the web
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Grigoris Antoniou

Member of REWERSE participant

Heraklion

Involvement in REWERSE packages

I1, I2, A3, ET

Former and current employments

Professor of Computer Science, University of Crete, Greece
Head of Information Systems Laboratory, Institue of Computer Science, FORTH, Greece

2001-2002: Professor of Computer Science, University of Bremen, Germany
1999-2001: Professor in Computing & Information Technology, Griffith University
1998-1999: Associate Professor in Computing & Information Technology, Griffith University
1996-1997: Senior Lecturer in Computing & Information Technology, Griffith University
1994-1995: Lecturer in Information Systems, Department of Management, University of Newcastle (Australia)
1991-1994: Lecturer in Computer Science, University of Osnabruck (Germany)
1987-1991: Associate Lecturer in Computer Science, University of Osnabruck

Current professional interests

My research interests lie mainly in the theory, implementation and application of logic-based knowledge representation. Particular interests on the theoretical side include:

  • Nonmonotonic reasoning
  • Foundations of rule-based systems
  • Foundations of ontology languages

Particular interests on the application side include:

  • E-Commerce: declarative business rules, electronic contracts, automated agent negotiations
  • Web-based systems: Semantic Web, Web services
  • Applications of ontology-based systems: E-Learning, Knowledge Management

I participate in the RuleML initiative, and in the European NoEs REWERSE and DELOS.

Former professional interests

My research interests have always centered around the aforementioned areas. In the time 1996-2001 I received a number of Australian research grants totalling over $1M.

Professional web page

http://www.ics.forth.gr/~antoniou/

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