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Research Project

An Organon for the Information Age

2018 – 2021

Project Summary

This project addressed the challenge of combining disparate data with automated querying and analysis by designing, testing, and evaluating a new ontological tool for data integration.

Research Team

David Schloen

David Schloen

Professor of Syro-Palestinian Archaeology, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations; Associated Faculty, Divinity School

University of Chicago

David Schloen specializes in the archaeology and history of the Levant in the Bronze and Iron Ages (ca. 3500 to 300 BCE). His archaeological fieldwork began at Ashkelon in Israel, where he served as associate director and co-edited the series of excavation reports. He has also conducted...

Malte Willer

Malte Willer

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and the College

University of Chicago

Malte Willer is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and the College. He received his graduate training at the University of Texas at Austin, where he wrote his dissertation, Modality in Flux, under the direction of Nicholas Asher and Josh Dever. Before that, he studied...

Samuel Volchenboum

Samuel Volchenboum

Associate Professor of Pediatrics; Associate Chief Research Informatics Officer; Associate Director, Center for Research Informatics Associate; Director, Institute for Translational Medicine

University of Chicago

Samuel L. Volchenboum, MD, PhD, MS, is an expert in pediatric cancers and blood disorders. He has a special interest in treating children with neuroblastoma, a tumor of the sympathetic nervous system. In addition to caring for patients, Dr. Volchenboum studies ways to harness computers to enable...

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