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Scientific documents annotation with @Web

The @Web team

@Web project is an interdisciplinary project involving computer scientists and researchers specialists of application domains.

The team of computer scientists

The @Web computer scientists team who contributes to the design of @Web, the implementation and the management of the platform.

Name

Surname

Institute

Position

Buche

Patrice

INRA

Research engineer

Charnomordic

Brigitte

INRA

Research engineer

Cufi

Julien

INRA

Software engineer

Dervaux

Stéphane

INRA

Software engineer

Destercke

Sébastien

CNRS

Researcher

Dibie

Juliette

AgroParisTech

Professor

Ibanescu

Liliana

AgroParisTech

Assistant-professor

Menut

Luc

INRA

Assistant-engineer

Perret

Bruno

INRA

Research engineer

Rakotoson

Michard

INRA

Research engineer

Ulliana

Federico

Univ. Montpellier

Assistant-professor

The team of researchers in the field of applications

The @Web researchers in the field of applications team, who participe to the modeling of the ontologies, the annotation of documents and the reuse of annotated data in different applications.

Name

Surname

Institute

Position

Application

Guillard

Valérie

University of Montpellier

Assistant-professor

Matter transfer

Coussy

Hélène

University of Montpellier

Assistant-professor

Food packaging

Belaud

Jean-Pierre

University of Toulouse

Assistant-professor

Life cycle analysis

Sablayrolles

Caroline

University of Toulouse

Assistant-professor

Life cycle analysis

Vialle

Claire

University of Toulouse

Assistant-professor

Life cycle analysis

Prioux

Nancy

INRA

Engineer

Life cycle analysis

Barakhat

Abdelatif

INRA

Researcher

Biorefinery

Loustau Cazalet

Charlotte

INRA

Engineer

Biorefinery

Gomand

Faustine

INRA

Engineer

Biorefinery

Meyer

Claire

INRA

Research engineer

Biorefinery

Triboulet

Pierre

INRA

Research engineer

Durum wheat

Plumecocq

Gaël

INRA

Researcher

Durum wheat

Jouanin

Anouck

INRA

Engineer

Durum wheat