Michel Dumontier

professor in Palo Alto, California

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Dr. Michel Dumontier, PhD is an Distinguished Professor of Data Science at Maastricht University. His research focuses on the development of computational methods to increase our understanding of how living systems respond to chemical agents. At the core of the research program is the development and use of Semantic Web technologies to formally represent and reason about data and services so as (1) to facilitate the publishing, sharing and discovery of scientific knowledge produced by individuals and small collectives, (2) to enable the formulation and evaluation scientific hypotheses using our collective tools and knowledge and (3) to create and make available computational methods to investigate the structure, function and behaviour of living systems. Dr. Dumontier serves as a co-chair for the World Wide Web Consortium Semantic Web in Health Care and Life Sciences Interest Group (W3C HCLSIG) and is the Scientific Director for Bio2RDF, a widely used open-source project to create and provide linked data for life sciences.

  • Work
    • Stanford University
  • Education
    • BSc (University of Manitoba); PhD (University of Toronto)