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CfP: Qurator 2020 - Conference on Digital Curation Technologies - Submission deadline Nov. 4th

From: Adrian Paschke <adrian.paschke@gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 08:55:05 +0100
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Qurator 2020 – Conference on Digital Curation Technologies

20-21 January 2020, Berlin, Germany



*****  News  ***** 

Keynote by Prof. Dr. Sören Auer (director Leibniz Information Centre for
Science and Technology and University Library) on Knowledge Curation in the
Open Research Knowledge Graph

Keynote by Prof. Dr. Kalina Bontcheva (Prof. Text Analysis, University of


Digital curation is a complex time and knowledge intensive process, in which
knowledge workers create new content artifacts and knowledge insights from
heterogeneous sources (content, data, knowledge). The work required for this
includes, e.g., selecting, summarizing, scheduling, translating, localising,
structuring, condensing, enriching, visualizing and explaining the various
contents, taking into account the steadily growing speed, volume and number
of sources such as online newspapers, news portals, social media, linked
data, business information systems, IoT data streams etc. AI, in particular
from the field of language and semantic knowledge technologies, are used to
support these tasks and thereby accelerate and qualitatively improve them. 


The conference provides a forum on the use of digital curation technologies
in application domains for, e.g., media, journalism, logistics, cultural
heritage, health care and life sciences, energy, industry. Of particular
relevance are papers that demonstrate the applied use of digital curation
technologies and tools in domain-specific use cases and that bridge
traditional boundaries between disciplines such as Artificial Intelligence
and Semantic Web, data analytics and machine learning, information/content
and knowledge management systems, information retrieval, knowledge
discovery, and computational linguistics. 




Topics of interest include, but are not limited to 


Management of Digitally Curated and Semantically Expressive Information and

•             Knowledge representation and semantic knowledge management

•             Semantic content and data modeling and digital knowledge
curation of 

•             Semantic integration, including transformation rules, ontology
matching, merging, etc.       

•             Ontology and rule engineering and metadata management

•             Ontology-based data management, linked data management,
semantic big data management       

•             Processes, workflows, roles and responsibilities in digital


AI-based / Semantic Large Scale and Complex Information and Content Analysis

•             indexing, search and query answering in large volumes of data

•             digital curation, semantic annotation, extraction, enrichment,
summarization, and integration

•             semantic storytelling, identification and generation of story
paths and story lines

•             text and content classification, especially for advanced
class-specific processing workflows

•             text genere and hypertext genre (web genre) classification

•             (smart/big) data analytics, data mining, and machine learning
/ deep learning

•             information and knowledge extraction including text mining

•             streaming analytics, and semantic complex event processing 


Applications, Evaluations, and Experiences of applying digital curation
technologies, standards, and tools including but not limited to the
following domains:       

•             AI / Semantic technology standards and tools

•             (Corporate) Semantic Web and Linked Data

•             Semantic enterprise information systems and knowledge

•             Semantic business process management (SBPM) and decision

•             Semantic Web and the Internet of Things (IoT)

•             Crowdsourcing, human computation, and the People Web

•             AI/Semantic services and semantic Multi Agent Systems (MAS)

•             Personalisation and digital content interaction        

•             Hypertext, multimedia, and hypermedia

•             Semantic storytelling and corporate smart content

•             Ubiquitous and mobile information systems

•             Information/data governance, information assurance, security,

•             Semantic cloud computing, edge computing, fog computing

•             Semantic Web applications and tools for eCommerce, eScience,
eCulture, media, Industrie 4.0 

•             Legal ontologies, rules, and reasoning

•             Distributed ledger / blockchain technologies for novel
data/content management and smart contracts




Paper submission: Nov. 4, 2019 (extended)

Notification of acceptance: Nov. 29, 2019

Camera ready due: Dec. 13, 2019

Conference: Jan. 20-21, 2020


Types of submission


The following types of submissions are invited:


Regular papers: (10-15 pages)

    Research papers – Original research on a topic of interest.

    In-use papers – New applications and tool descriptions addressing a
topic of interest.

Short papers: (5-9 pages)

    Use Case and Position papers – use case descriptions and application
notes, discovery notes, using digital curation applications and tools.

    Poster and Software demo papers – present software and tools in action.

    Industry application papers: report on industrial applications
addressing a topic of interest

Student papers: (5-15 pages)

              e.g. describing results from bachelor/master theses or student
projects; the best student paper will receive an award.


Instructions for authors


All submissions are handled via the EasyChair at

All papers and posters/demos must be in English and submitted in PDF using
the LNCS format http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.

Submissions for regular papers must be between 10-15 pages and submissions
for short papers must be between 5-9 pages.

Papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three members of the Scientific
Program Committee.

Accepted papers will be published in the CEUR-WS.org online proceedings at


Organizing Committee


Adrian Paschke, Fraunhofer FOKUS and Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Clemens Neudecker, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Germany

Georg Rehm, DFKI, Germany

Jamal Al Qundus, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

Lydia Pintscher, Wikimedia, Germany



 <https://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/en> Fraunhofer Institute for Open
Communication Systems (FOKUS)

Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin:

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