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JIST 2011 Call For Participation

From: Jeff Pan <jeffpan.sw@googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 22:40:09 +0000
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Call for Participation

JIST 2011 - 1st Joint International Semantic Technology Conference
December 4-6, 2011
Hangzhou China
http://www.jist-conference.org/

EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: November 26, 2011
http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Registration.html

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JIST is a joint event for regional Semantic Web related conferences. This
year's JIST brings together two regional conferences : ASWC2011 (The 5th
Asian Semantic Web Conference 2011) and CSWC2011 (The 5th Chinese Semantic
Web Conference).

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Programme: http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Program.html

JIST 2011 offers an exciting research program which includes:

Keynote presentations from (in alphabetical order):

Abraham Bernstein, University of Zurich, CH

Mark Greaves, Vulcan, Inc, US

Ian Horrocks - Oxford University, UK

http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Keynotes.html


Full papers with an acceptance rate of 25%

http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Accepted_Papers.html


3 Tutorials

Semantic Mediawiki and Applications (Jesse Wang, Ning Hu, Mark Greaves,
Vulcan Group)

Local Closed World Reasoning with OWL 2 (Jeff Z. Pan, University of
Aberdeen)

Semantic Mobile Web (Shonali Krishnaswamy and Yuan-Fang Li, Monash
University)

http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Tutorials.html


Poster and Demo Track

http://www.jist-conference.org/

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Hangzhou is one of the most important tourist cities in China, famous for
its natural beauty and historical and cultural heritages. It is the
political, economic and cultural centre of Zhejiang province as well. Famed
for its natural scenery, Hangzhou and its West Lake have been immortalised
by countless poets and artists. The city was the capital of the Southern
Song Dynasty from 1127 until the Mongol invasion of 1276. The city's
population is estimated to have been as high as one million in those days,
making it the largest city in the world at the time. Even Marco Polo
claimed to have passed through, calling it beyond dispute the finest and
the noblest in the world. Since June 2011, the West Lake Cultural Landscape
has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Travel.html


Information about visa and letter of invitation
http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Visa.html


A block of rooms with discount rates at the conference hotel (and a couple
of others) are available based on first-come-first-serve.
http://web.me.com/huajunsir/JIST2011/Venue.html


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You can email JIST 2011 at jist2011@easychair.org, tweet about JIST 2011 on
Twitter
with #jist2011 or like us on Facebook.

We look forward to seeing you at JIST 2011 in Hangzhou!
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