Dr. Amelie Gyrard is a post-doc researcher (2018-2019) with the appointment as a research assistant professor at Kno.e.sis - Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing, Wright State University, Ohio, USA.

Previously, she worked at MINES Saint-Etienne (Connected Intelligence - Knowledge Representation and Reasoning team), France.

She was also a post-doc at Insight Center for Data Analytics, National University of Galway, Ireland and actively worked in the scientific development and coordination of the FIESTA-IoT (Federated Interoperable Semantic IoT/Cloud Testbeds and Applications) EU H2020 project.

Her research interests are Software engineering for Semantic Web of Things and Internet of Things (IoT), semantic web best practices and methodologies, ontology engineering, Artificial Intelligence (AI) such as reasoning, and interoperability of IoT data.

She received her Ph.D. in 2015 from Eurecom where she designed and implemented the Machine-to-Machine Measurement (M3) framework. The title of her dissertation is "Designing Cross-Domain Semantic Web of Things Applications". An entire workflow to semantically annotate heterogeneous IoT data, a necessary step to reason on data to infer high-level abstractions and querying enriched data. This framework hides the complexity of using semantic web technologies to the developers by providing a package with the domain knowledge required to produce the entire workflow. Moreover, it shows the importance to combine heterogeneous applicative domains.

She co-organized tutorials, workshops, and challenges on the Semantic Web of Things related topics (e.g., ISWC 2016, ISWC 2017, and WWW 2017). Her work is published in conferences, journals, and book chapters. She also disseminated her work in standardizations such as ETSI M2M, oneM2M, and W3C Web of Things. Her publications have over 540 citations. She is also a reviewer for IoT, Semantic Web related journals, and conferences.