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ISWC 2010 Call for Workshop/Tutorial Proposals, Call for Submissions

From: Sebastian Rudolph <rudolph@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de>
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 12:03:07 +0200
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    ISWC 2010 Combined Call for Submissions


Submissions are invited for ISWC 2010, the Ninth International Semantic
Web Conference, to be held November 7-11, 2010, in Shanghai, China.
Accepted submissions will be distributed in electronic form to attendees
of the conference; accepted research papers will also be published by
Springer-Verlag.  At least one author of each accepted submission must
attend the conference and present the work.

Further, up-to-date information is available at
http://iswc2010.semanticweb.org


WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

ISWC workshops are smaller, less formal settings for the
presentation and discussion of ongoing work related to the Semantic
Web.  Workshop proposals will be primarily evaluated on the interest
of the workshop to a viable fraction of the Semantic Web community.

Proposals Due  May 7, 2010
Notification   May 28, 2010
Calls Out      June 11, 2010


TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

ISWC tutorials should teach students, researchers, and others
about particular topics related to the Semantic Web.  Tutorial
proposals will be primarily evaluated on the interest of the tutorial
to a viable fraction of the Semantic Web community.

Proposals Due  May 14, 2010
Notification   May 28, 2010


RESEARCH PAPERS

Research papers must describe original, significant research on the
Semantic Web or on Semantic Web technologies or systems. Authors of
accepted papers may submit an accompanying poster or demo (see below).
Note that abstracts must be submitted one week before the due date for
submissions.

Abstracts Due    June 21, 2010
Submissions Due  June 28, 2010
Notification     August 16, 2010

SEMANTIC WEB IN USE

In-use papers must present implemented Semantic Web applications or
discuss or evaluate the use of Semantic Web techniques or use of other
technologies in the Semantic Web. Of particular interest are comparisons
between different technologies or approaches and lessons learned from
applications. Papers on the use of the Semantic Web in China are
specially welcome.

Submissions Due  June 28, 2010
Notification     August 16, 2010


DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM

The Doctoral Consortium is designed to allow doctoral students to
present their work to members of the Semantic Web community and receive
feedback on their research.  Submissions to the Doctoral Consortium must
describe work performed as part of an ongoing PhD degree.

Submissions Due  June 28, 2010
Notification     August 16, 2010


POSTERS AND DEMOS

Posters must describe original research on the Semantic Web or on
Semantic Web technologies or systems.  Posters can present preliminary
results or describe work still in progress.  System demonstrations must
present a novel hardware or software system of interest in the Semantic
Web.  Poster submissions and system demonstrations can overlap the work
described in other kinds of submissions.

Submissions Due  August 23, 2010
Notification     September 13, 2010


INDUSTRY TALKS

Industry talks provide an opportunity to present technical information
about Semantic Web products and services.  Submissions (abstracts only)
will be primarily evaluated based on relevance to the Semantic Web,
interest to conference attendees, technical depth and business
applicability. Marketing and sales material will not be considered.

Submissions Due September 7, 2010
Notification    September 21, 2010


SEMANTIC WEB CHALLENGE

The Semantic Web Challenge is the premier event for demonstrating
practical progress towards achieving the vision of the Semantic
Web. This year's 8th edition of the challenge will consist of two
tracks: the open track and the billion triples track. The winners in
both categories will be selected and announced at the conference.

Submissions Due  October 1, 2010







_________________________________________________
Dr. Sebastian Rudolph
senior researcher & project leader at AIFB
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
rudolph@kit.edu                    phone +49 721 608 - 7362
www.sebastian-rudolph.de        fax +49 721 608 - 5998
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