Associate Professor (Bitr. professor) at Linköping University
– Docent, PhD in Computer Science

I am an Associate Professor, in the KMACS lab (HCS division) at the Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University – and part of the LiU Semantic Web research area. My research is focused on explainable AI, including the Semantic Web and knowledge representation. Particular interests include ontology engineering methodologies and ontology design patterns.

I live in Jönköping, Sweden, and have two small children. Non-research-related interests include triathlon, where I have worked as an ITU Technical Official for the past 10 years, and nationally even longer. More recently I have been part of the team behind Jönköping Swimrun. I also enjoy swimming, running and biking myself, when time permits.

Recent news

(For additional news see also the LiU Semantic Web Twitter and blog.)

Our paper “Optimizing RDF Stream Processing for Uncertainty Management“, together with Robin Keskisärkkä and Olaf Hartig, has been accepted as full research paper for SEMANTiCS 2021.

Find me online

Happens now:
Final event of the #SPIRIT project in an hybrid mode! Showcasing of SPIRIT in action, with in depth use case definitions and Law Enforcement reflections.
#SpiritToolsProject #HorizonEU #H2020 #FinalWorkshop

Ulrike Parson @parson_u is one of the panellists of the upcoming webinar "What can ontologies do for standardization?"

🗓️30 September 2021 at 3 pm (CEST)

Register now & learn more about how #ontologies benefit from #standardisation👇

@tekom #iiRDS

📢 The list of accepted papers for #iswc_conf is available on the webiste!

@halani @arthur3131 @evabl444 @ying000 @PBarnaghi @stefandietze @juansequeda @lorenae_uy #iswc2021 #SemanticWeb #knowledgegraphs #LinkedData

Another Best Paper Award for our group at @liu_universitet ! 🎉

Our Robin Keskisärkkä (@Robin_Keski), Eva Blomqvist (@evabl444), and Olaf Hartig (@olafhartig) have just won the best paper award at @SemanticsConf for "Optimizing RDF Stream Processing for Uncertainty Management."

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