• The Academic Institution Internal Structure Ontology (AIISO) provides classes and properties to describe the internal organizational structure of an academic institution. AIISO is designed to work in partnership with Participation (http://purl.org/vocab/participation/schema), FOAF (http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/) and aiiso-roles (http://purl.org/vocab/aiiso-roles/schema) to describe the roles that people play within an institution. @en
  • The ReSIST Courseware Ontology represents the various educational courses and resources within the ReSIST project @en
  • The ontology describes the main concepts in the field of education and the connections between them. The current version emphasizes the details of the study material, learning outcomes and the curriculum. @en
  • The EduProgression ontology formalizes the educational progressions of the French educational system, making possible to represent the existing progressions in a standard formal model, searchable and understandable by machines (OWL). @en
  • FRAPO, the Funding, Research Administration and Projects Ontology, is a CERIF-compliant ontology written in OWL 2 DL for describing research project administrative information. @en
  • ISTEX is a platform that aims to provide the entire French higher education and research community with an online access to retrospective collections of scientific literature in all disciplines. This unparalleled reservoir of multidisciplinary resources is complemented by a significant number of value-added services that can be used to optimise operations through content discovery and interactive valuation tools. @en
  • Metadata4Ing defines classes and properties or reuses such classes and properties from other ontologies to describe research processes and research data management in NFDI4Ing. New concepts and properties are located in the namespace of Metadata4Ing. Metadata4Ing does not import complete ontologies for the sake of relevance, readability, understandability and usability by and for engineers. Instead, it tries to make re-use of existing identifiers for classes and properties by re-using all or a relevant subset of the axioms from the original ontology. These statements have been extracted in different ways, e.g. by using Protégé tools importing an ontology and copying axioms of relevant items to Metadata4Ing or by download from data services or raw files of ontologies and manual copypasting. In some cases there was a need to extend or modify the original set of statements about an entity, e.g. because labels and definitions were expressed with a different owl:AnnotationProperty than the rest of Metadata4Ing, or because a skos:preflabel or a skos:definition in any of the languages we would like to support was missing. Any editorial changes on elements from external ontologies are declared in Metadata4Ing by an annotation with skos:editorialNote at item-level. To get the original set of statements we encourage to visit the original namespace of the respective item. Metadata4Ing reuses elements from the following ontologies: - BIBO = Bibliographic Ontology - BIRO = Bibliographic Reference Ontology - DCAT = Data Catalog - DCTERMS = Dublin Core Terms - FOAF = Friend of a Friend - OWL = Web Ontology Language - PROV = Provenance Namespace - QUDT = Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types - RDF = Resource Description Framework - RDFS = RDF Schema - SCHEMA = schema.org - SKOS = Simple Knowledge Organization System - SSN = Semantic Sensor Network Ontology - VANN = Vocabulary for Annotating vocabulary descriptions - XSD = XML Schema Definition - EMMO = European Materials and Modelling Ontology - BFO = Basic Formal Ontology - RO = Relation Ontology - PIMS-II = PIMS Interoperability Infrastructure - D-SI = Digital System of Units @en
  • This ontology provides the base elements required by myExperiment for content management, social networking and object annotation. @en
  • ModSci is a reference ontology for modelling different types of modern sciences and related entities, such as scientific discoveries, renowned scientists, instruments, phenomena ... etc. @en
  • A vocabulary for description of scientific people, focused on bio sciences @en
  • SCoRO, the Scholarly Contributions and Roles Ontology, is an ontology for use by authors and publishers for describing the contributions that may be made and the roles that may be held by a person with respect to a journal article or other publication, and by research administrators and others for describing contributions and roles with respect to other aspects of scholarly research. @en
  • The vocabulary allows for the description of data about scientific events such as conferences, symposiums and workshops. @en
  • The Semantic Web Conference ontology (SWC) is an ontology for describing academic conferences @en
  • An ontology for modeling entities of research communities such as persons, organisations, publications (bibliographic metadata) and their relationship @en
  • TEACH, the Teaching Core Vocabulary, is a lightweight vocabulary providing terms to enable teachers to relate things in their courses together. The Teaching Core Vocabulary is based on practical requirements set by providing seminar and course descriptions as Linked Data. @en