[CfP] ISWC 2019 - *Submit abstracts today* for the Research, In-Use and Resource tracks and full papers in a week

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[CfP] ISWC 2019 - *Submit abstracts today* for the Research, In-Use and Resource tracks and full papers in a week

International Semantic Web Conference
18th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2019)
“Knowledge Graphs, Linked Data, Linked Schemas and AI on the Web”
Auckland, New Zealand, 26-30 October, 2019
https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/

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Become part of ISWC 2019 by submitting to the following tracks & activities or just attend them!

*** All deadlines are midnight Hawaii Time (GMT-10) ***

In this announcement:
*  Highlights
1. Call for Research papers
Abstracts due:     April 3, 2019 (today)
Full papers due:     April 10, 2019 (in one week)
2. Call for In-use papers
Abstracts due:     April 3, 2019 (today)
Full papers due:     April 10, 2019 (in one week)
3. Call for Resource papers
Abstracts due:     April 3, 2019 (today)
Full papers due:     April 10, 2019 (in one week)


*  Highlights
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* Research track: papers submitted to the research track will be subject to **double blind** peer review.
* Research, In-use and Resource tracks: submission of the same work to multiple tracks is not allowed and may result in a rejection of the work across all tracks without a review. Before submitting, authors are asked to consult the calls of the other tracks featured at ISWC 2019 and to choose the track that best suits their contribution. Please consult the following page as well when deciding to which track to submit: https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/paper-features-per-track/
 * Research track: a reproducibility certification with a dedicated review board will be proposed to the accepted research track papers that include a significant experimental evaluation.


1. Call for Research papers
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In this track of ISWC 2019, we are looking for novel and significant research contributions addressing theoretical, analytical and empirical aspects of the Semantic Web. While we welcome work that relates to the W3C Semantic Web recommendations (e.g., RDF, OWL, SPARQL, etc.), we also encourage contributions to research at the intersection of Semantic Web and other scientific disciplines. Submissions to the research track should describe original, significant, and replicable research on the Semantic Web. All papers must include method evaluations that are rigorous, repeatable and reproducible. This will be one of the key paper reviewing criteria. We also strongly encourage papers that provide material such as data sets, source code, queries used to evaluate their approach, and/or live deployments. To comply with the double blind review policy we encourage the usage of non-personal storage spaces or the  additional material facility available at submission time.

Topics of interest and further info: https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/call-for-research-track-papers/

== Important Dates ==
Abstracts:     April 3, 2019
Full papers:     April 10, 2019

== Program Chairs ==
Contact: [hidden email]
Chiara Ghidini, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), Italy
Olaf Hartig, Linköping University, Sweden


2. Call for In-use papers
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The adoption of Semantic Web technologies has accelerated in recent years, where they are now deployed in a variety of real-world settings at a variety of scales. The In-Use Track at ISWC 2019 continues the tradition of demonstrating and learning from the increasing adoption of Semantic Web technologies by providing a forum for the community to explore the benefits and challenges of applying such technologies in concrete, practical use cases, beyond the research communities from which they originate, in contexts ranging from industry to government and science.

The In-Use Track thus seeks submissions describing applied and validated solutions such as software tools, systems or architectures that benefit from the use of Semantic Web technologies (including, but not limited to, technologies based on the Semantic Web standards). Importantly, submitted papers should provide convincing evidence of the use of the proposed application or tool by the target user group, preferably outside the group that conducted the development and, more broadly, outside the Semantic Web research community. A main focus of the submissions should be on the benefits of Semantic Web technologies for the intended use case, as well as (if relevant) the added challenges they introduce.

Topics of interest and further info: https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/call-for-in-use-track-papers/

== Important Dates ==
Abstracts:     April 3, 2019
Full papers:     April 10, 2019

== Program Chairs ==
Contact: [hidden email]
Isabel Cruz,  University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Aidan Hogan, Universidad de Chile, Chile


3. Call for Resource papers
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Resources are of paramount importance as they foster scientific advancement. For example, the DBpedia resource had a major influence on the Semantic Web community by enabling the Linked (Open) Data movement. Validating a research hypothesis or providing answers to a research question often goes together with developing new resources that support these achievements. Sharing resources is key to allow other researchers to compare new results, reproduce experimental settings and explore new lines of research, in accordance with the FAIR principles for scientific data management. Yet, resources themselves rarely get the same recognition as the scientific advances they facilitate.

The ISWC 2019 Resources Track aims to promote the sharing of resources including, but not restricted to: datasets, ontologies/vocabularies, ontology design patterns, evaluation benchmarks or methods, software tools/services, APIs and software frameworks, workflows, crowdsourcing task designs, protocols, methodologies and metrics, that contribute to the generation of novel scientific work. In particular, we encourage the sharing of such resources following best practices within the Semantic Web community. This track calls for contributions that provide a concise and clear description of a resource and its usage.

Categories of resources and further info: https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/call-for-resources-track-papers/

== Important Dates ==
Abstracts:     April 3, 2019
Full papers:     April 10, 2019

== Program Chairs ==
Contact: [hidden email]
Maria Maleshkova, SDA, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
Vojtěch Svátek, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic



See you all in Auckland!

The ISWC 2019 Organising Team ( https://iswc2019.semanticweb.org/organizing-committee/ )

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