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CFP: SSLD 2009

From: Hak-Lae Kim <haklae.kim@deri.org>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2009 13:07:50 +0100
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Call For Papers
The 2009 International Workshop on Social Semantics for Linked Data on
the Web (SSLD2009),
Milan, Italy 15 September 2009



The Web is considered as the most important information space in our
modern society. Human beings have been trying to reflect their
interests and life styles on the Web, but the participation in
contributing social content has to date been limited. Web 2.0 plays an
important role in facilitating the participation by providing an
architectural platform to enable linking data in various formats from
various sources. However, the further the data on a system is linked,
the more difficult it becomes to interlink data across heterogeneous
sources. This poses critical problems with connecting data across
different systems.

Social Semantics are believed to lend a hand with overcoming this
situation. In general, the term Social Semantics refers to a
combination of social and semantic technologies. Social Semantic
technologies provide solutions towards bridging the gap between the
Semantic Web and Web 2.0.

The goal of this half-day workshop is to provide a platform for
discussing research topics underlying the concepts of Social Semantics
for Linked Data. Participants can look forward to:

discussing approaches to facilitate socially-aware on the Web;
presenting novel applications that consume Web data;
performing critical research and present practical issues associated
with Social Data and Data Portability of the Web of Data.
By bringing together representatives of academia and industry, the
workshop is also a means for identifying new research problems and
disseminating results of the research and practice.

Topics of interest
The aim of this workshop is to cover all aspects that relate to
research and practical issues of Social Semantics and Linked Data.
Topics of interest include:

* Linked Data
* Data Portability
* Applications that publish, interlink, and query the Web of Data
* Social Tagging and Folksonomies
* Social Networks
* Collective Intelligence
* Web 2.0
* Semantic Web
* Semantic wikis
* Trust and privacy in social applications

The length of accepted papers should NOT exceed 4 pages (IEEE-CS

Style file for submission

IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscript Formatting Guidelines
(8.5″ x 11″):

DOC: ftp://pubftp.computer.org/press/outgoing/proceedings/instruct8.5x11x2.doc
PDF: ftp://pubftp.computer.org/press/outgoing/proceedings/instruct8.5x11x2.pdf
LaTex Formatting Macros: ftp://pubftp.computer.org/press/outgoing/proceedings/IEEE_CS_Latex8.5x11x2.zip

Important Dates
* Submission deadline: April 30 2009
* Notification to authors: June 8 2009
* Camera ready: June 30 2009
* Workshop: September 15 2009

* Hak-Lae Kim, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway, Ireland
* Hong-Gee Kim, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
* Alexandre Passant, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway,

Program members
* Albert Au Yeung, University of Southampton, England
* Chris Bizer, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
* John Breslin, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
* Eric Tsui, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
* CC Kiu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
* Fabrizio Orlandi, Universita di Modena, Italy
* Matthew Rowe, University of Sheffield, England
* Philippe Laublet, Universite Paris-Sorbonne, France
* Sergio Fern√°ndez, CTIC Foundation, Spain
* Simon Scerri, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway, Ireland
* Suk-Chan Yun, Seoul National University, Korea
* Ying Ding, Indiana University, USA
* Yves Raimond, BBC, England
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