[CfP] - 3rd Call for Research & Innovation Papers at SEMANTiCS 2024

Call for Research & Innovation Papers

20th International Conference on Semantic Systems

Amsterdam, Netherlands

September 17 - 19, 2024

Important Dates


   Abstract Submission Deadline: April 22, 2024

   Paper Submission Deadline: April 29, 2024

   Notification of Acceptance: June 11, 2024

   Camera-Ready Paper Deadline: July 09, 2024

All deadlines are set for 11:59 pm, Anywhere On Earth time (UTC-12)

Submissions will be through Easychair.

Proceedings of SEMANTiCS 2024 EU will be made available open access. The
publisher will be IOS Press - Studies on Semantic Web Series.


Since 2005, the annual SEMANTiCS conference has been the meeting place for
researchers, industry experts, and business leaders to discuss the latest
trends and application scenarios in the fields of Knowledge Graphs, Machine
Learning, Data Science, Linked Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Natural
Language Processing.

SEMANTiCS tackles challenges faced by information managers, software
engineers, IT-architects, and various domain experts who are involved in
the development, implementation, and evaluation of semantic software
systems. The SEMANTiCS program offers a diverse range of technical talks,
panel discussions on relevant topics, and contributions from individuals
actively engaged in practical implementation or scholarly research.
Attendees can network with experts in a variety of fields. These
relationships provide great value to organisations as they encounter subtle
technical issues at any stage of implementation. The expertise gained by
SEMANTiCS attendees has a long-term impact on their professional
trajectories and organisational endeavours. These factors make SEMANTiCS the
major outreach event on semantic technologies across Europe, America, and
Research and Innovation Track

The Research and Innovation track at SEMANTiCS 2024 welcomes papers on
novel scientific research and innovations relevant to the Semantic Web,
Semantic Technologies, and Semantic-enabled AI. We also welcome submissions
at the intersection between this field and other scientific disciplines.
Submissions should be original and should not have been published elsewhere
in any form or language. Papers must adhere to the instructions given in
the submission guidelines, including references and optional appendices.
Each submission will receive at least three independent reviews and will be
evaluated based on their novelty, technical quality, reproducibility, and
practical significance.
Topics of Interest

SEMANTiCS 2024 calls for submissions of excellent quality addressing the
following topics in the Semantic Web area, from both theoretical and
practical perspectives.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


   Web Semantics & Linked (Open) Data

   Enterprise Knowledge Graphs, Graph Data Management

   Machine Learning Techniques for/using Knowledge Graphs (e.g.
   reinforcement learning, deep learning, data mining and knowledge

   Interplay between generative AI and Knowledge Graphs (e.g., RAG approach)

   Knowledge Management (e.g.  acquisition, capture, extraction, authoring,
   integration, publication)

   Terminology, Thesaurus & Ontology Management, Ontology engineering

   Reasoning, Rules, and Policies

   Natural Language Processing for/using Knowledge Graphs (e.g. entity
   linking and resolution using target knowledge such as Wikidata and DBpedia,
   foundation models)

   Crowdsourcing for/using Knowledge Graphs

   Data Quality Management and Assurance

   Mathematical Foundation of Knowledge-aware AI

   Multimodal Knowledge Graphs

   Semantics in Data Science

   Semantics in Blockchain environments

   Trust, Data Privacy, and Security with Semantic Technologies

   IoT, Stream Processing, dealing with temporal data

   Conversational AI and Dialogue Systems

   Provenance and Data Change Tracking

   Semantic Interoperability (via mapping, crosswalks, standards, etc.)

   Linked Data storage, triple stores, graph databases

   Robust and scalable management, querying and analysis of semantics and

   User interfaces for the Semantic Web & its management

   Explainable and Interoperable AI

   Decentralised and Federated Knowledge Graphs (e.g., Federated querying,
   link traversal)

Application of Semantically-Enriched and AI-based Approaches, such as, but
not limited to:


   Knowledge Graphs in Bioinformatics, Medical AI, and Preventive Healthcare

   Clinical Use Case of semantic-enabled AI-based Approaches

   AI for Environmental Challenges

   Semantics in Scholarly Communication and Scientific Knowledge Graphs

   AI and LOD within GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums)

   Knowledge Graphs & hybrid AI for predictive maintenance and Industry

   Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage

   LegalTech, AI Safety, EU AI Act

   Economics of Data, Data Services, and Data Ecosystems

For Submission Guidelines and Review and Evaluation Criteria please head to
the online call for papers: https://2024-eu.semantics.cc/page/cfp_rev_rep

We would highly appreciate it if you could disseminate this call within
your network.

We look forward to receiving your contributions!

Research and Innovation Track Chairs

Angelo Salatino (The Open University, UK)

Mehwish Alam (Institut Polytechnique de Paris, FR)

Femke Ongenae (Ghent University-imec, BE)

Ing. Blerina Spahiu, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication
University of Milano-Bicocca
SEMANTiCS 2024: https://2024-eu.semantics.cc/

Received on Monday, 8 April 2024 10:16:32 UTC