ISWC is the premier venue for presenting innovative systems and research results related to the Semantic Web and Linked Data, attracting yearly a large number of high quality submissions and participants from both, industry and academia. ISWC brings together researchers from different areas, such as artificial intelligence, databases, natural language processing, information systems, human computer interaction, information retrieval, web science, etc., who investigate, develop and use novel methods and technologies for accessing, interpreting and using information on the web in a more effective way.
In addition to the regular research and workshop program, ISWC 2016 will feature a tutorial program addressing the diverse interests of its audience: Semantic Web practitioners that wish to learn about new technologies, novices to the Semantic Web interested in introductory tutorials to key Semantic Web / Linked Data topics, government and industry representatives focusing on the applicability of Semantic Web / Linked Data technologies in practical settings.
We hereby invite you to submit a tutorial proposal on a topic relevant to the ISWC 2016 audience.
The decision on acceptance or rejection of tutorial proposals will be made on the basis of the overall quality of the proposal and its appeal to a reasonable fraction of the Semantic Web community.
In particular, tutorials should satisfy each of the following criteria:
Additionally, we expect tutorials to have practical parts in terms of examples or preferably exercises to be carried out by the participants.
Tutorial proposals should be submitted via EasyChair as a single PDF file containing the following sections:
Accepted tutorials will be required to prepare a tutorial web page containing detailed information about the tutorial content, schedule and organisation. Tutorial organisers are also responsible for the timely production and distribution of all material to be used for teaching the tutorial (slides, notes, technical papers, etc.). In the case of a hands-on tutorial requiring software, it is strongly recommended that tutors place any software prerequisites online for participants to download and install in advance of the start of the tutorial. Additionally, tutors should avoid, as much as possible, depending on live web-based services that could be hampered by unexpected technical issues.
The organisers of each accepted tutorial will receive one free registration (conference + one workshop/tutorial day) per tutorial. Tutorial attendees must pay the ISWC tutorial registration fee as well as the conference registration fee.
Submissions of tutorial proposals can be made via easy chair at
|Tutorial proposals due:
|March 15th, 2016
|Notification of accepted proposals:
|April 20th, 2016
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