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Robert Rovetto

Ontologist, Knowledge Modeler, Terminologist, Aspriring student


Formal ontologist, & modeler. I serve in ESIP Collaboration Areas since 2019, and the following organizations, while actively searching/applying for a university PhD program and work opportunities. I'm also looking for formal collaborations, partners, mentors, contributors, a studentship or employment to sustainably develop and realize the project vision of my project, https://ontospace.wordpress.com (Orbital Space Environment Domain Reference Model).

- US Merchant Marine;
- ESIP Community Areas;
- the U.S. National Water Safety Plan
- the NASA Datanauts open data initiative;
- the International Astronautical Federation
- the Center for Orbital Debris Education & Research of the Univ. Maryland,
- the AIAA, as Co-lead for Lexicon development in a spaceflight working group;
- the Education Committee, Semantic Web Committee, and Industry & Standards Committee; of the International Association for Ontology & Applications,
- the International organization for standardization (ISO);
- misc. semantic technology groups.

Links:
Project desription: https://ontospace.wordpress.com (Pursed in spare time since 2011. Need support to sustainably develop. Desired as a PhD project.)
Donate Link 1: https://tinyurl.com/y9qegjsh
Donate Link 2: https://gogetfunding.com/?p=6893352
Articles: https://tinyurl.com/y74mhp4k (20 articles since 2011 on ontology and other topics. All but two co-authored articles have been independent and unfunded.)
Example Report: https://engage.aiaa.org/viewdocument/report-1-v2-lexicon-task-tg1 (I serve as Co-lead on terminology tasks)
Github: https://github.com/rrovetto/
Schedule Meeting:  https://tinyurl.com/y35en9ex 
Services & Discussions
: https://knowledgemodeling.setmore.com/
2020 ESIP Presentation:  https://qiqochat.com/breakout/30/iXzvwudajGKqljWWLEMowhKFK
2020 FundingFriday award: https://wiki.esipfed.org/FUNding_Friday_Projects

M.A. via a philosophy department, my focus was applied ontology. I've held roles as ontologist, consultant, and modeler. My focus areas have been ontology for spaceflight; methodological and ethical topics in AI and ontology development & use; the most abstract ontological concepts; and terminology refinement. In my spare time I seek training and opportunities to serve in water search & rescue, for which I also have a similar project (open to support, and partners). I'm a certified merchant mariner, with various training experiences in rescue operations. I also have interest in helping the marine & ocean research community as a small-boat operator.

CALL TO ACTION:  Please say hello if I may be your PhD student on a topic of mutual interest; or if you would like to formally collaborate, co-author, or formally support one of my projects.

Ares of Interest:
knowledge representation & reasoning, ontology development, conceptual modeling, knowledge graphs, ethics in AI, ethics in ontology, vocabularies, MBSE, taxonomies, maritime operations, spaceflight, space policy, emergency response & management, philosophy.

Be safe
Monday, July 13
 

9:00am EDT

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Tuesday, July 14
 

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Wednesday, July 15
 

11:30am EDT

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Thursday, July 16
 

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Friday, July 17
 

11:30am EDT

 
Tuesday, July 21
 

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Wednesday, July 22
 

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Thursday, July 23
 

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Friday, July 24
 

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