Call for Participation - D2R2’23

Second International Workshop on Linked Data-driven Resilience Research 2023

  • submission: March 9, 2023
  • notification: April 13, 2023
  • workshop: May 28th, 2023 in Heraklion, Crete, co-located with ESWC2023
  • details:

The D2R2’23 workshop, which is organized by the CoyPu project, will provide an open forum to exchange current issues, ideas, and trends in the area of Data-driven Resilience Research. The workshop will bring together scientists, software engineers, resilience practitioners, and domain experts in order to approach the topic from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Ongoing technological developments, current research approaches as well as use case scenarios, and field reports will be presented and discussed with a broad specialist audience.

We invite contributions of novel results and ongoing work as well as position papers focusing on various aspects of Data-driven Resilience Research from a scientific or practical perspective.

Topics of Interest (all in the context of Resilience Research)

  • Information Visualization and Dashboard Technologies based on Knowledge Graphs (KGs)
  • KG and Data Modelling
  • Vocabulary, Schema and Ontology Engineering
  • Data Pipeline Architectures leading to KGs
  • Hybrid Artificial Intelligence
  • Natural Language Processing for or using KGs
  • Trend Mining and Analytics in KGs
  • User Interaction with KGs
  • Supply Chain Data Management
  • Versioning and Co-Evolution of Linked Data and KGs
  • Provenance Tracking and Exploitation of KGs
  • Corporate Memory and Big Data/Linked Data Integration
  • Data Curation for KGs
  • Applications of these technologies to increase resilience and sustainability

Organization & Submission

The workshop is planned as a half day onsite event with a target of 8 paper presentations and one keynote. The Knowledge Graph release party will be organized after the workshop and will give enough room for discussion on the topic.

  • Maximum 10 pages (full papers) or 5 pages (short papers, discussion papers).
  • Papers must be formatted as PDF according to the CEUR-ART format one-column style.
  • Reviews will be carried out in a single-blind mode. Submission of supplementary source code and data is appreciated.
  • Accepted contributions are planned to be published in the Open Access CEUR proceedings.
  • At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop to present their work.

Submission via

Organzing Committee

  • Julia Holze (InfAI e.V.)
  • Ricardo Usbeck (University of Hamburg)
  • Sören Auer (Director of the TIB)
  • Sebastian Tramp (eccenca GmbH)
  • Natanael Arndt (eccenca GmbH)

Project partners

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