I studied Mathematics in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Madrid, Spain), and finished my degree with a specialism in Theoretical Computing. On 2010 I came to the UK to complete an MSc on Computing (Theory) at Imperial College London, where I won the Corporate Partnership programme Awards for Academic Excellence. I did my MSc project under the supervision of Dr James Brotherston and Prof. Philippa Gardner. The main topic of said project was reasoning in a Separation Logic style about a finite memory model.
I am currently a doctoral student under the supervision of Prof. Ian Horrocks and Dr. Bernardo Cuenca Grau, and a member of the KRR group. My work focuses on developing MORe, a reasoner that exploits module extraction techniques to efficiently compute classification of ontologies written in expressive description logics.
MORe: Modular Combination of OWL Reasoners for Ontology Classification. Ana Armas Romero‚ Bernardo Cuenca Grau and Ian Horrocks In Proceedings of the 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2012). Springer. 2012.
Modular Combination of Reasoners for Ontology Classification. Ana Armas Romero‚ Bernardo Cuenca Grau and Ian Horrocks In Proc. of Description Logics workshop 2012.
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Professor Ian Horrocks received an honorary doctorate from the University of Oslo.
The paper entitled "Foundations of Declarative Data Analysis Using Limit Datalog Programs" and authored by M. Kaminski, B. Cuenca Grau, B. Motik, E. V. Kostylev, and I. Horrocks received the best paper award at the 26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI'17).
Three papers co-authored by the KRR group have been accepted in
- "Query Reformulation: Theory and Practice" by M. Benedikt, E. V. Kostylev, F. Mogavero, and E. Tsamoura;
- "Foundations of Declarative Data Analysis Using Limit Datalog Programs" by M. Kaminski, B. Cuenca Grau, B. Motik, E. V. Kostylev, and I. Horrocks; and
- "The Bag Semantics of Ontology-Based Data Access" by C. Nikolaou, E. V. Kostylev, G. Konstantinidis, M. Kaminski, B. Cuenca Grau, and I. Horrocks.
The paper entitled "Benchmarking the chase" authored by Michael Benedikt, George Konstantinidis, Giansalvatore Mecca, Boris Motik, Paolo Papotti, Donatello Santoro, and Efthymia Tsamoura has been accepted in PODS'17.
Andrew Bate has successfully defended his PhD Thesis on Consequence Based Reasoning. Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Bate!
Our paper entitled "Semantic Technologies for Data Analysis in Health Care" received the Best Applications Paper Award at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016).