SEMANTiCS 2017, Amsterdam, Sep 11-14, Extended Submission Deadline July 25, 2017

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SEMANTiCS 2017, Amsterdam, Sep 11-14, Extended Submission Deadline July 25, 2017

Sebastian Hellmann-2
***DEADLINE EXTENSION***

2nd Call for Posters & Demos
SEMANTiCS 2017 - The Linked Data Conference
13th International Conference on Semantic Systems

Amsterdam, Netherlands
September 11 -14, 2017
http://2017.semantics.cc

For details please go to: https://2017.semantics.cc/calls

Important Dates (Posters & Demos Track):
*Submission Deadline:            extended: July 25, 2017 (11:59 pm,
Hawaii time)
*Notification of Acceptance:    August 10, 2017 (11:59 pm, Hawaii time)
*Camera-Ready Paper:        August 18, 2017 (11:59 pm, Hawaii time)

As in the previous years, SEMANTiCS’17 proceedings will be published by
ACM ICPS (pending) and CEUR WS proceedings.

This year, SEMANTiCS features a special Data Science track, which is an
opportunity to bring together researchers and practitioners interested
in data science and its intersection with Linked Data to present their
ideas and discuss the most important scientific, technical and
socio-economical challenges of this emerging field.

SEMANTiCS 2017 will especially welcome submissions for the following hot
topics:
*Metadata, Versioning and Data Quality Management
*Semantics for Safety, Security & Privacy
*Web Semantics, Linked (Open) Data & schema.org
*Corporate Knowledge Graphs
*Knowledge Integration and Language Technologies
*Economics of Data, Data Services and Data Ecosystems

Special Track (please check appropriate topic in submission system)
*Data Science

Following the success of previous years, we welcome any submissions
related but not limited to the following ‘horizontal’ (research) and
‘vertical’ (industries) topics:

Horizontals:
*Enterprise Linked Data & Data Integration
*Knowledge Discovery & Intelligent Search
*Business Models, Governance & Data Strategies
*Semantics in Big Data
*Text Analytics
*Data Portals & Knowledge Visualization
*Semantic Information Management
*Document Management & Content Management
*Terminology, Thesaurus & Ontology Management
*Smart Connectivity, Networking & Interlinking
*Smart Data & Semantics in IoT
*Semantics for IT Safety & Security
*Semantic Rules, Policies & Licensing
*Community, Social & Societal Aspects

Data Science Special Track Horizontals:
*Large-Scale Data Processing (stream processing, handling large-scale
graphs)
*Data Analytics (Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, Network Analytics)
*Communicating Data (Data Visualization, UX & Interaction Design,
Crowdsourcing)
*Cross-cutting Issues (Ethics, Privacy, Security, Provenance)

Verticals:
*Industry & Engineering
*Life Sciences & Health Care
*Public Administration
*e-Science
*Digital Humanities
*Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums (GLAM)
*Education & eLearning
*Media & Data Journalism
*Publishing, Marketing & Advertising
*Tourism & Recreation
*Financial & Insurance Industry
*Telecommunication & Mobile Services
*Sustainable Development: Climate, Water, Air, Ecology
*Energy, Smart Homes & Smart Grids
*Food, Agriculture & Farming
*Safety, Security & Privacy
*Transport, Environment & Geospatial

Posters & Demos Track

The Posters & Demonstrations Track invites innovative work in progress,
late-breaking research and innovation results, and smaller contributions
in all fields related to the broadly understood Semantic Web. These
include submissions on innovative applications with impact on end users
such as demos of solutions that users may test or that are yet in the
conceptual phase, but are worth discussing, and also applications, use
cases or pieces of code that may attract developers and potential
research or business partners. This also concerns new data sets made
publicly available.

The informal setting of the Posters & Demonstrations Track encourages
participants to present innovations to the research community, business
users and find new partners or clients and engage in discussions about
the presented work. Such discussions can be invaluable inputs for the
future work of the presenters, while offering conference participants an
effective way to broaden their knowledge of the emerging research trends
and to network with other researchers.

Poster and demo submissions should consist of a paper that describe the
work, its contribution to the field or novelty aspects. Submissions must
be original and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere.

Accepted papers will be published in HTML (RASH) in CEUR and, as such,
the camera-ready version of the papers will be required in HTML,
following the poster and demo guidelines (https://goo.gl/3BEpV7). Papers
should be submitted through EasyChair
(https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=semantics2017 and should be
less than 2200 words in length (equivalent to 4 pages), including the
whole content of the paper.

For the initial reviewing phase, authors may submit a PDF version of the
paper following any layout. After acceptance, authors are required to
submit the camera-ready in HTML (RASH).

Submissions will be reviewed by experienced and knowledgeable
researchers and practitioners; each submission will receive detailed
feedback. For demos, we encourage authors to include links enabling the
reviewers to test the application or review the component.

For details please go to: https://2017.semantics.cc/calls


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