Manufacturing Systems Integration Division
US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
100 Bureau Drive, Stop 8263
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8263, USA.
Conrad Bock is a computer scientist at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology specializing the Process Specification Language (PSL), the Unified Modeling Language and modeling language semantics. Among other responsibilities, he has been developing process ontologies based on the PSL. He has been Workgroup Lead for UML 2 Activities and Actions, and one of the developers of the UML repository model at the Object Management Group. He has also been NIST's representative on the HL7 Clinical Decision Support Technical Committee. Conrad received his MS in computer science from Stanford University.
- Mr. Bock's invited speaker session on "PSL and Flow Models" - ConferenceCall_2005_01_27
- Professor Michael Grüninger & Mr. Bock's invited presentation on "Evaluating Reasoning Systems" in the joint NIST-Ontolog-NCOR OntologyMeasurementEvaluation mini-series: ConferenceCall_2007_02_22