In January 2013, I joined the Information Systems Group as a Research Assistant to work on the EPSRC project Score!.
InKreSAT: Modal Reasoning via Incremental Reduction to SAT. Mark Kaminski and Tobias Tebbi. CADE-24, LNCS 7898, pp. 436-442, Springer, 2013. DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-38574-2_31
Incremental Decision Procedures for Modal Logics with Nominals and Eventualities. Mark Kaminski. PhD thesis, Saarland University, 2012.
Correctness and Worst-Case Optimality of Pratt-Style Decision Procedures for Modal and Hybrid Logics. Mark Kaminski, Thomas Schneider, and Gert Smolka. TABLEAUX 2011, LNCS 6793, pp. 196-210, Springer, 2011. DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-22119-4_16
Terminating Tableaux for Graded Hybrid Logic with Global Modalities and Role Hierarchies. Mark Kaminski, Sigurd Schneider, and Gert Smolka. Logical Methods in Computer Science 7(1:5), 2011. DOI 10.2168/LMCS-7(1:5)2011
MORe, HermiT and ELK, three OWL reasoning systems developed in the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KRR) group, have been awarded at the OWL Reasoner Evaluation Workshop (ORE 2013).
Doctoral Student Despoina Magka's paper entitled 'Ontology-Based Classification of Molecules: a Logic Programming Approach' has received the best paper prize at the 2012 Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences workshop [more information].
Boris Motik was recently successful in gaining an EPSRC Early Career Fellowship. The 5 year project, MaSI3: A Massively Scalable Intelligent Information Infrastructure, focuses on Ontology-based Data Management Systems (ODMSs). These are a new kind of data management system specifically designed to deal with complex data, by using natural language queries often across multiple relevant sources [more information].
Yavor Nenov's PhD thesis "Computability of Euclidean Spatial Logics" has been awarded the Best Thesis Prize of the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester [more information].
Ian Horrocks has been elected to join Academia Europæa, an eminent organization for European scholars. Academia Europæa was founded in 1988 and has over 2000 members, including around 40 Nobel Laureates [more information].
The Jaume I University of Castellon (Spain) has awarded a "Premio extraordinario de doctorado" (roughly translated as a Extraordinary Doctoral Award) to Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz who is now a postdoctoral researcher at Oxford's Department of Computer Science [more information].