150 publications), Research Gate (impact: 18.49), Slideshare Since 2008 Prof. in Canada, and professorial member at the Institut für Angewandte Informatik (Inf AI) at University of Leipzig. His academic carrier has let him to the Ludwig Maximilian University Munich (LMU), the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen/Nuernberg (FAU), the Technical University Munich (TUM), the National Research Council (NRC) in Canada, the Technical University Dresden (TUD) and its Biotec Innovation Centre Dresden.

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A Virtual Organization (VO) is logical orchestration of globally dispersed resources to achieve common goals fostering new computing paradigms as Utility Computing, Grid Computing, Autonomic Computing, Clusters Computing and Cloud computing.

The Computational Intelligence community is striving hard to build an online community to share resources such as data, paradigms, human expertise, models and methods.

We build up on the N2Sky system, a Virtual Organization architecture for the Computational Intelligence community, which provides sharing and exchange of neural network resources, neural network specific knowledge, neural network objects and paradigms.

In this paper we present novel extensions to N2Sky: automatic exploitation of parallelization capabilities of modern hardware (Multi-core servers, GPGPU) and softwares (Open MP, CUDA), SLA management for Quality-of-Service guarantees of Cloud resources, and NN2Query, a novel query interface facilitating the user to find solutions to problems by smart searching of neural network resources using semantic web technology.

With over 150 peer-reviewed scientific publications and an i10-index of 48 and a h-rank of 22 he has made substantial scientific contributions in his field of research.

He also served as an expert for industry and several funding bodies, including the European Commission, and he was organizer and chair of renowned conferences and workshops, such as the ACM Conference on Distributed Event-based Systems (DEBS 2012), the International Web Rule Symposium (Rule ML the flagship conference of the rules community), the Semantic Web Applications and Tools for the Life Sciences conference (SWAT4LS), ESWC 2010, the ACM International Conference on Pragmatic Web (ICPW), the Event-driven BPM workshop series (ed BPM), i-Semantics 2010, and many others.

He was invited speaker for keynotes, tutorials, panels, and lectures at renowned conferences, among others, e.g., at DEBS, which is the premier conference of the distributed event-based systems and complex event processing community, and at Rule ML, which the flagship conference of the Web rule community.

Adrian was involved in multiple research, industrial, and open-source projects and he has helped to spin-off several successful, awarded companies at Freie Universität Berlin, such as Klickfilm UG, Chariteam UG and Gameloop.

He leads the Berlin Semantic Web Meetup Group, the Pragmatic Web community and he has establisehd the research domain of Corporate Semantic Web.

He was vice-chair of the Semantic Technology Institute (STI) North in Germany.

He is also active in standardization as steering-committee chair of Rule ML, co-chair of the Reaction Rule ML technical group, founding member of the Event Processing Technology Society (EPTS) and chair of the EPTS Reference Architecture working group, secretary of the OASIS Legal Rule ML TC, voting member of OMG and active in the OMG API4KB standardization, member of several W3C groups such as the W3C RDF Stream Processing community group and the W3C Rule Interchange Format working group, where he is editor of several W3C Semantic Web standards, and member of OASIS, where he is a contributor to the new Legal Rule ML standard.