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From: Ying Ding <ying.ding@uibk.ac.at>
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 10:17:08 +0200
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>                          CALL FOR POSTERS
>
>                      DEADLINE:  MONDAY JULY 12
>
>
>           3rd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2004)
>            Sunday, November 7 -- Thursday, November 11, 2004
>                Hiroshima Prince Hotel, Hiroshima, Japan
>                   http://iswc2004.semanticweb.org/
>
>
>
>The  vision of  the  Semantic  Web  is  to make  the  contents of  the  Web
>unambiguously computer interpretable, enabling automation of a diversity of
>tasks currently performed by human beings.  The goal of providing semantics
>and automated reasoning capabilities  for the Web draws upon research  in a
>broad range of areas including Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Software
>Engineering, Distributed Computing  and Information Systems.  Contributions
>to date have included languages  for semantic annotation  of Web documents,
>automated reasoning capabilities  for Web languages,  ontologies, query and
>view languages,  semantic translation of Web contents, semantic integration
>middleware,  technologies and principles for building multi-agent  and Grid
>systems, semantic interoperation of programs and devices,  technologies and
>principles for describing,  searching and composing Web Services,  and more.
>
>The 3rd  International  Semantic  Web  Conference (ISWC2004) follows on the
>success of previous conferences and workshops in
>   Sanibel Island, USA in 2003 (http://iswc2003.semanticweb.org),
>   Sardinia, Italy in 2002     (http://iswc2002.semanticweb.org), and
>   Stanford, USA in 2001       (http://www.semanticweb.org/SWWS/).
>
>The conference comprises a research track, an industrial track and a poster
>track, as well as exhibitions, demos and other events.  Deadlines for
>submissions of research and indutrial track papers has already passed.
>
>The organizing committee now solicits submission for the ISWC2004 poster
>track.  Details of the solicitation can be found at:
>            http://iswc2004.semanticweb.org/CF/posters.php
>
>
>POSTER TRACK SUBMISSIONS
>--------------------------
>The  Poster  Session  at  ISWC2004  is  an  opportunity for presenting late-
>breaking results, ongoing research projects, speculative or innovative work-
>in-progress.  Posters are intended to provide authors  and participants with
>the ability  to connect  with each other  and to engage in discussions about
>the work.  Technical  posters,  reports on  Semantic Web  software  systems,
>completed work, or work in progress are all welcome.
>
>Posters are very appropriate for material  which is not yet ready for a full
>paper submission.
>
>Authors submit a two page summary or extended abstracts for evaluation. This
>MUST clearly demonstrate a relevance  to the Semantic Web.  Submissions will
>be evaluated for acceptability by the reviewers.  Decisions about acceptance
>will  be  based  on  relevance  to the Semantic Web, originality,  potential
>significance, topicality and clarity.
>
>Authors of full papers  may submit poster summaries  that  emphasize  "where
>next" with the research presented in the full paper. Such submissions can be
>made before or after notification concerning the related full paper, and are
>welcome whether the full paper is accepted or rejected. Rejected full papers
>will not automatically be considered for the poster track; a separate poster
>submission must be made.
>
>Each poster summary  will be reviewed by  at least two independent reviewers
>from the Program Committee and the Industrial Track Committee. Any
>additional reviewers will be listed here.
>
>At least  one of the poster authors  must be present  at the conference, and
>attend  the poster session.  Posters are intended  to  convey  a  scientific
>result or work-in-progress  and  are  not  intended  as  advertisements  for
>software packages.
>
>The summaries of accepted posters  will be given to all conference attendees
>and published on the conference web site.  They will not be included in the
>proceedings.
>
>
>Topics for posters include but are not limited to the following:
>
>-  Languages, Tools and Methodologies for Semantic Web Data
>-  Ontologies (creation, merging, linking and reconciliation)
>-  Large Scale Knowledge Management
>-  Data Semantics
>-  Database Technologies for the Semantic Web
>-  Semantic Web Middleware
>-  Knowledge Portals
>-  Tools and Methodologies for Web Agents
>-  Peer to Peer Systems
>-  Semantic Brokering
>-  Semantic Integration and Interoperability
>-  Semantic Web Mining
>-  Semantic Web Services (description, discovery, invocation, composition)
>-  Semantic Web Inference Schemes
>-  Semantic Web Trust, Privacy, Security and Intellectual Property Rights
>-  Semantic Web for e-Business  and e-Learning
>-  Searching, Querying and Viewing the Semantic Web
>-  User Interfaces
>-  Visualization and Modelling
>
>
>
>IMPORTANT DATES (revised)
>--------------------------
>Poster summary submissions - Poster Track:              July 12
>Poster acceptance notification:                         September 6
>Camera-ready poster summaries - Poster Track:           September 20
>
>The deadlines for submissions are strict: no extensions will be given.
>
>
>SUBMISSION DETAILS
>------------------
>Submissions must consist of a camera-ready summary or extended abstract of 
>the
>work to be described in the poster, not to exceed two (2) pages in IJCAI two-
>column format.
>
>All submissions  must be made  via the Poster Submissions page at the 
>ISWC2004
>Web Site (http://iswc2004.semanticweb.org/submission/index_poster.php).
>Submissions must be in either PDF (Adobe's Portable Document Format) or
>PostScript.  Contact Jeremy Carroll ( jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com ) if you have
>questions or experience problems with your submission.
>
>All submissions must be received by July 12, 2004.  Submissions which are 
>late,
>too long, or require substantial revision, will not be 
>considered.  Submissions
>must be in camera-ready format;  gven the tight publication schedule, 
>revisions
>after September 20, 2004 will not be feasible.
>
>Please monitor  http://iswc2004.semanticweb.org/ for further submission 
>details
>or changes.
>
>
>ABOUT THE CONFERENCE VENUE
>--------------------------
>The conference will be held at the Hiroshima Prince Hotel, which is a 
>four-star
>equivalent hotel located at the edge of a small peninsula facing the 
>picturesque
>islands that dot the  Seto Inland Sea.  Hiroshima city has  two World 
>Heritages
>one of which is called Miyajima to  which fast-boat transportation is 
>available
>at the hotel port. Miyajima has one of the best Shrines to visit in Japan.
>
>
>
>CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
>--------------------------------
>General Chair:          Frank van Harmelen (Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands)
>Program Co-Chairs:      Sheila McIlraith (University of Toronto, Canada),
>                         Dimitris Plexousakis (University of Crete. Greece)
>Local Arrangements Chair: Riichiro Mizoguchi (Osaka University, Japan)
>Industrial Track Co-Chairs: Jun-ichi Akahani (NTT Laboratories, Japan)
>                             Dean Allemang (TopQuadrant Inc., USA)
>Posters Chair:          Jeremy Carroll (Hewlett-Packard Labs, UK)
>Tutorial Co-Chairs:     Vipul Kashyap (National Library of Medicine, USA)
>                         Takahira Yamaguchi (Keio University, Japan)
>Workshop Chair:         Natasha Noy (Stanford University, USA)
>Metadata Chair:         Steffen Staab (University of Karlsruhe, Germany)
>Semantic Web Challenge Co-Chairs:
>                         Michael Klein (Vrije University, Netherlands)
>                         Ubbo Visser (University of Bremen, 
> Germany)
>Software Demonstrations Chair: Stefan Decker (DERI, Ireland)
>Sponsor Co-Chairs:      Akira Maeda (Hitachi Ltd., Japan)
>                         Massimo Paolucci (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
>Publicity Chair:        Akiko Inaba (Osaka University, Japan)
>
>
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>Best wishes,     Riichiro Mizoguchi
>The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
>8-1 Mihogaoka, Ibaraki, Osaka, 567-0047 Japan
>Phone:  +81-6-6879-8415, 2125
>Fax:    +81-6-6879-2126(Urgent)    +81-6-6879-2123(for large volume)
>URL: http://www.ei.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp/
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