Julien Bourdon

PhD candidate at Ishida & Matsubara laboratory, graduate school of Social Informatics, Kyoto University. Working mainly on the Language Grid in the multi-agent and semantic web services fields.

I received a bachelor degree in computer science from the University of Caen Basse-Normandie and a master degree in Web Intelligence from the University of Saint-Etienne. I also studied at the University of Sheffield as an exchange student in the Advanced Computer Science MSc course.

Contact details

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Research interests

My previous research has revolved mainly around web intelligence, namely semantic web and multi-agent systems. I have previously worked on a semantic wiki and on a method to adapt multi-agent planning to automatic web service composition.

Currently, I am working on the Language Grid Project, an online multilingual service platform which enables easy registration and sharing of language services such as online dictionaries, bilingual corpora, and machine translations. More specifically, I work on how multi-agent systems can be used in service computing, to enable trust and reputation.