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Semantic Software Lab
Concordia University
Montréal, Canada

The Semantic Software Lab

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The Semantic Software Lab was founded in 2008 by René Witte at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Our lab focuses on research and applications of Semantic Computing, Text Mining, Linked Data, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Information Extraction, Intelligent Information Systems, and related technologies. We are committed to providing free, open source software and open research data to the community.

This website provides information about the lab's research activities and our published tools and resources. It also provide information for students interested in course or research work, as well as career opportunities for researchers. It also aims to serve as a community portal for selected topics and events in the area of semantic systems within (north-east) America in general and Montréal in particular. You can also follow us on Twitter @SemSoft and connect with us on LinkedIn. In addition to the resources published on this site, we have code repositories on SourceForge and GitHub.