My research has covered several areas, including bio-medical information processing and integration, ontology reuse, ontology versioning and evolution, ontology alignment, and text mining. I have also designed novel algorithmic techniques and developed java-based tools to serve as a proof of concept of the conducted theoretical research. My current research interest focuses on the application of Semantic Web technologies to Data Analytics.
- Erik Bryhn Myklebust. Topic: Ecotoxicological Effect Prediction using Knowledge Graphs and Deep Learning. More information.
Since April 2018 I am also a Senior Research Associate at The Alan Turing Institute in London (UK) working in the Artificial Intelligence for Data Analytics (AIDA) project. I will be physically working in UK from July 2018.
In September 2016 I moved to Oslo to work as a researcher in the Centre for Scalable Data Access (SIRIUS) and the Logic and Intelligent Data (LogID) group led by Prof. Arild Waaler and Prof. Martin Giese, respectively.
In May 2015 Alessandro Solimando, a PhD student from the University of Genoa I was co-supervising together with Prof. Giovana Guerrini, defended his thesis on "Change Management in the Traditional and Semantic Web"
In January 2011, I joined the Information Systems group (University of Oxford, UK) led by Prof. Georg Gottlob and Prof. Ian Horrocks as a Research Assistant to work in the EPSRC project LogMap. Later in 2012 I worked as a researcher in the FP7 IP project Optique.
I got the doctor degree with honors in Computer Science from the University Jaume I of Castellon (Spain) under the supervision of Dr. Rafael Berlanga Llavori (University Jaume I) and Dr. Bernardo Cuenca Grau (University of Oxford). The Jaume I University awarded a Premio extraordinario de doctorado (roughly translated as a Extraordinary Doctoral Award) to my doctoral thesis (Engineering category 2010-2011). During my PhD I visited several leading institutions in the UK, including the Text Mining Group at the European Bio-informatics Institute in Cambridge; the Information Management Group at University of Manchester; and the Oxford University Computing Laboratory (now Department of Computer Science).