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Call for Tutorial Proposals - ISWC 2012

From: Oshani Seneviratne <oshanis@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 11:42:40 -0400
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To: Oshani W Seneviratne <oshani@csail.mit.edu>
Call for Tutorial Proposals
In conjunction with the
               11th International Semantic Web Conference
               Boston - USA
               November 11-15, 2012

The International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) is the primary
conference on the use of semantic technologies on the web and linked
data, constantly attracting a high number of high quality submissions
participants from academia and industry. It brings together
researchers from different areas of computer science, like artificial
intelligence, databases, natural language process, information
retrieval and others that aim at the development and use of novel
technologies for accessing, interpreting and using information on the
web in a more effective way. Besides the main technical program, ISWC
will host a number of tutorials on all major topics related to the
Semantic Web / Linked Data research, enabling attendees to fully
appreciate current issues, main schools of thought, and possible
application areas.

In order to meet these goals, tutorials should address topics that
satisfy the following criteria:

- the topic falls in the general scope of ISWC 2012,
- there is a clear focus on a specific technology, problem or
- application, and
- there is a sufficiently large community interested in the topic.

In particular, we encourage the submission of tutorial proposals on:

- fundamental problems of the Semantic Web/Linked Data such as
ontology mining, heterogeneity, scalability and distribution,
- applications of Semantic Web technologies in specific domains and
- important enabling technologies and their adaptation to the needs of
the Semantic Web,
- aspects of semantic web research that have been neglected so far,
- techniques from other research fields that are of relevance for
Semantic Web research (e.g., machine learning, NLP).

Additionally, we expect tutorials to:

- have practical parts in terms of examples or preferably exercises to
be carried out by the participants

Proposers of accepted tutorials have to prepare a tutorial webpage
containing detailed information about the tutorial.

Submission Guidelines
Tutorial proposals should be submitted via EasyChair
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iswc2012tutorials as a
single PDF file of no more than 5 pages and should contain the
following information:
- Title
- Abstract (200 words)
- Motivation on why the topic is of particular interest at this time
- Overview of content, description of the aims, presentation style,
potential/preferred prerequisite knowledge
- Indication on whether the tutorial should be considered for a
half-day or full-day
- Intended audience and expected number of participants
- Audio-visual or technical requirements and any special room
requirements (for hands-on sessions, any software needed and download
sites must be provided by the tutorial presenters)
- Data of the presenters (name, affiliation, email address, homepage)
and short description of their expertise, experiences in teaching and
in tutorial presentation

Important Dates
- Event:                              November 11 & 12, 2012
- Tutorial proposal due:        May 6, 2012
- Tutorial Notifications:        May 20, 2012

  Claudia d’Amato, Unversity of Bari
  Thomas Scharrenbach, University of Zurich
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