Professor Baclawski's primary research area is data semantics. This includes research in the Semantic Web, formal methods for software engineering and software modeling, and data semantics in biology and medicine. See NU CCIS Data Semantics Site for examples of formal data models and other links.
Professor Baclawski holds 10 patents. He has authored over 100 professional articles in such journals and conferences as the National Academy of Science, Information Systems, the International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing, and the International Semantic Web Conference. He has served on numerous peer review panels for the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Association for Computing Machinery and has served on many program committees of research conferences. He serves as a consultant to companies and government laboratories, and has edited and written several books and research monographs.
Professor Baclawski has been involved in the development of the Semantic Web since it started. The Semantic Web is a layer above the World Wide Web that understands the meaning of information and can make valid inferences about it. See the W3C Semantic Web Activity Web Site.
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