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[CFP]International Workshop on Semantic e-Science - 1st CFP

From: Yimin Wang <ywa@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de>
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:22:55 +0200
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International Workshop on Semantic e-Science
3rd September, 2006, Beijing, China. (SeS2006), co-located with ASWC2006
http://km.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/ws/SeS2006/
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<Apologize for cross-posting>

=======Call for Papers========

In the successful series of Semantic Grid and e-Science events we  
intend to bring together researchers and practitioners around the  
world from the quickly developing research areas of the Semantic Web,  
Grid and e-Science. As semantic technologies are being widely  
accepted in various e-science areas such as life science or  
bioinformatics, it is necessary and urgent to offer semantically  
enriched methods, tools, middleware to facilitate semantic modeling,  
system building, searching, and data analyzing in e-science  
applications. Former Semantic Grid research aimed at the Grid level,  
in which often the basic premises of the science-like environment are  
forgotten or disregarded. Thus the main goal of this workshop is to  
lay the foundations for e-Science within the Semantic Web scenario.

The aim of this workshop is to ground Semantic e-Science firmly on  
the needs of the Semantic Web and general science research community.  
We want to encourage and stimulate discussion about the current state  
of the art in Semantic e-Science and its future direction. Currently,  
ontologies and the Semantic Web attract researchers from all around  
the world and from various disciplines. There have been many  
approaches of using ontologies in the e-Science domain, which has  
been introduced in several past Semantic Grid and e-Science events.  
However, the role of ontology in the Semantic e-Science research has  
still not been unambiguously formalized. On the other hand, ontology- 
based tools for various e-Science branches have been widely developed  
and already attracted the attention from traditional science research  
community and provided real cases and experience for applying  
Semantic Web technologies. We regard it as necessity to set a  
research agenda at this point in time, in order to steer the  
development and the research efforts in the most rewarding direction  
towards our common goal of realizing the Semantic e-Science.  
Otherwise we fear that effort, motivation and funding may be invested  
less effectively, slowing the realization and adaptation of the  
Semantic Web technology in the e-Science research. Furthermore, there  
is also a great opportunity for the building the collaboration  
between the EU and non-EU universities, especially Asian  
universities, which locate at the one of the most active economical  
areas around the world. The holding of this workshop would help to  
build closer connection between researchers from both sides, and  
consolidate the collaborations.


Main topics of interest include but are not limited to:
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Semantic e-Science Foundations:
* Semantic Infrastructure and Architecture for e-Science
* Semantic Web and Grid middleware
* Service Oriented Architecture for Semantic Grid
* Scalability and flexibility of e-Science infrastructure
* Semantic Data Integration for e-Science
* Semantic Web services for e-Science
* Ontology Engineering for e-Science
* Web Trust for e-Science
* Knowledge Management for e-Science
* Complex e-Science Process Management
* Complex Semantic Network

Semantic Web Applications and Ontologies for:
* System Biology, Bio&Medical Informatics
* Complex Biological Network Modeling.
* Geography, Environment and Climate
* Chemistry, Physics and Mechanics
* Web Service applications
* P2P applications
* Digital Libraries and Scientific Publication
* Ubiquitous and Mobile Semantic Web applications
* Information Retrieval and Machine Learning
* HCI issues and Usability
* Case study and user issues

Submission and Proceedings
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Interested authors should submit an electronic PDF and source version  
of their papers to *Yimin Wang* prior to the paper submission  
deadline. The first page of submitted papers should include: title,  
author names, affiliations, postal addresses, electronic mail  
addresses, telephone and fax numbers for all authors, and a brief  
abstract. All correspondence will be sent to the author mentioned as  
contact person in the electronic title page (by default, the first  
author). Submissions should not exceed 10 pages and should be  
formatted according to the guidelines of the Springer Lecture Notes.  
We are currently pursuing to publish the proceedings as a journal  
special issue and as printed proceedings.


Important Dates
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Deadline paper submissions: *June 20th*, 2006
Notification of acceptance: July 20th, 2006
Camera ready deadline: July 31st, 2006
Workshop date: September 3th or 4th, 2006 (to be settled)


Organization Committee
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Yimin Wang (co-chair)
Institute AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Gemany
ywa@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de

Huajun Chen (co-chair)
CCNT, Zhejiang University, China
huajunsir@zju.edu.cn

Peter Haase
Institute AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
pha@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de

Zhaohui Wu
CCNT, Zhejiang University, China
wzh@cs.zju.edu.cn

Rudi Studer
Institute AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
studer@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de


Program Committee
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Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton, UK
Carole Goble, University of Manchester, UK
Nong Xiao, National Defense University, China
York Sure, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Jeff Pan, University of Aberdeen, UK
Minglu Li, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Rudi Studer, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Keqing He, Wuhan University, China
Christopher Baker, Concordia University, Canada
Yanbo Han, China Academy of Science, China
Heiner Stuckenschmidt, University of Mannheim, Germany
BingLi, Wuhan University, China
William Cheng, Hong Kong Baptist University, China HK
Takahira Yamaguchi, Keio University, Japan
Robert Stevens, University of Manchester, UK
Hai Wang, University of Machester, UK
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