FHIN Summit 2019

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Matthew Lange

Dr. Matthew Lange is well versed in food, biological, and health sciences as well as cutting edge food, beverage, information and education technologies. Dr. Lange guides teams toward design, build, and implementation of knowledge environs enabling end-users to make new insightful discoveries, create new products, and improve human living conditions. In addition to teaching Food Product Innovation and Development, a capstone class for Food Science seniors at UC Davis, as well graduate classes in the Master´s in Health informatics program at the UC Davis School of Medicine, in Dr. Lange publishes, teaches, and consults internationally on strategies and conceptual models for enterprise and industrial-scale environment⇔ag⇔food⇔diet⇔health knowledge infrastructures. As Associate Director of the UC Davis Initiative for Wireless Health and Wellness at UC Davis and the Principle Investigator for International Center for Food Ontology Operability Data and Semantics (IC-FOODS) at UC Davis, Dr. Lange is leading efforts to build the semantic and ontological underpinnings for the emerging Semantic Web and Internet of Food infrastructures including working with subject matter experts to design, and assemble multi-ontology frameworks for combining knowledge stores across the environment⇔agriculture⇔food⇔diet⇔health knowledge spectrum and value chain. These infrastructures enable the engineering of query, artificial intelligence, and software components across local and global IoF data stores and ontologies-for semantically enabled senso