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Fwd: CFP: ISWC WaSABi-4 Workshop: Semantic Web Business: Lessons Learned from the Trenches. Deadline 1 week

From: Juan Sequeda <juanfederico@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2015 17:05:01 -0500
Message-ID: <CAMVTWDzsqpKJZmnUXv1yqUaHjurhPRsd-NS7HB9NMOSoFKwHCg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Cc: Michael F Uschold <uschold@semanticarts.com>
Call for Papers for an ISWC Workshop: Semantic Web Business: Lessons
Learned from the Trenches
The fourth in the WaSABi Workshop series.

Submission:   Wednesday July 15, 2015
Notification:  Thursday July 30, 2015
Camera ready version:  Sunday August 16, 2015
Workshop:  October 11-12 (TBD), 2015

Submission Details: http://semanticarts.com/wasabi-2015-west/submissions/
Main Conference: The 14th International Semantic Web Conference:

The workshop aims to get people who are working in the trenches in
industry, government and education to share their good, bad and ugly
experiences of using semantic web technologies within the enterprise.

We want you to share lessons learned from hard-won experience, not
speculative ideas. Describing applications is important, but not for
its own sake. We will place greater value on submissions that focus on
describing what you learned from the application(s) you have
attempted, built or worked with. What you say about any of those
applications should be concise and limited to what is necessary to
describe the learning. Say why what you learned is important and how
it can be leveraged again under what circumstances.

We a planning lively mixed session with a combination of informal
talks of varying lengths, open discussion, panel discussion(s) and/or
breakout sessions on key emerging themes.

SUBMISSIONS: by Wednesday July 15
*        Lighting talk abstracts: 250 words
*        Extended Abstracts: 1-2 pages text, plus up to one page of
figures, references etc.

Sample Topics:
*        Ontology engineering and applications.
*        Enterprise linked data
*        Tools & Stacks: Triple stores and SPARQL
*        Integrating semantic systems into enterprise architecture
*        Value propositions & strategy for semantic technology uptake
*        Change management & governance

Full range of topics & submission details:

Michael Uschold, Semantic Arts
Juan Sequada, Capsenta
Dean Allemang, Working Ontologist

Complementary Event:
Also consider submitting to the ISWC Industry Track
(http://iswc2015.semanticweb.org/calls/industry) which is for more
advanced success stories for semantic technology in industry.

For enquiries, please contact the organizers at
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