BDSDST 2017 : 3rd International Workshop on Big Data, Smart Data and Semantic Technologies

Call for Papers: Consider submitting to the 3rd International Workshop on Big Data, Smart Data and Semantic Technologies, co-located with the INFORMATIK 2017 conference in Chemitz, Germany. The workshop proceedings are to be published in the (electronic) Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI).

I am participating on the programme committee.

From the CfP:

The focus of the workshop BDSDST 2017 will be on the potential of Big Data, Smart Data and semantic technologies in different application areas. The workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners using Big and Smart Data in combination with semantic technologies or planning to enrich existing data processing infrastructures with semantic information.


The workshop covers diverse application areas of Big Data, Smart Data and semantic technologies, such as transport logistics, Supply Chain Management, Smart Factory, traffic flow, emission and energy consumption modelling, analytics, simulation and visualization, public transportation, complex event processing, machine learning, mobile information systems, geo-information systems, smart services and many more.

Special Issue on Stream Processing, Call for Papers

Another call for papers: the Journal of Web Semantics invites submissions to a special issue on Stream Processing to be edited by Monika Solanki and Jean-Paul Calbimonte. Submissions are due by 1st July 2015.

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Important Dates and Submission Guidelines

From the call:

[...] we expect submissions on (but not restricted to) the following topics.

Processing RDF Data Streams
    Producing and consuming streams of RDF graphs
    Modelling streams of structured data
    Theoretical modelling of RDF streams
    Automatic annotation of raw data streams
    Processing noisy data, uncertainty, incomplete information
    Semantic mining of RDF data streams
    Mechanisms for integrating historical data with streaming data
    Publishing Linked Stream Data
Querying semantic streams of data
    Extensions to SPARQL for data streams
    Complex event processing on semantic data
    Ontology-based data access to data streams
    Data dynamics, update, and synchronization
    Optimisation of stream query processing
    Correctness of stream query processing
    Synthetic RDF streams and benchmarking
Reasoning with data streams
    New stream reasoning algorithms
    Incremental reasoning on dynamic ontologies
    Temporal logics for reasoning over Semantic streams
    Multicore scalable stream reasoning
Applications of stream processing
    Semantic sensor networks
    Social network streams and microposts
    Stream processing in the Internet of Things
    Smart cities
    Activity streams

Workshop on Situation Recognition (SIREMTI2015)

UPDATE 2: The deadline for submissions was extended to 30th September, 2015.

UPDATE: The workshop was relocated to MobiCASE2015 conference in November
2015, Berlin, Germany. The deadline for submissions is currently 11th September 2015.

(I am on the Programme Committee.)

Important dates and submission information: Workshop Homepage

From the CfP:

This workshop aims at merging research works relevant to mining temporal information from any kind of data with a special focus on (but not limited to) the following methods:

  • Trend Mining
  • Temporal Data Mining
  • Topic Mining and Mining of Users Posts
  • Data-based Situation Recognition
  • Intelligent Situation Recognition
  • Wireless Data Mining
  • Signal Detection and Analysis
  • Complex Event Processing and Messaging Analytics
  • Semantic Complex Event Processing
  • Data Stream Processing
  • Data Mining on Streaming Data
  • Semantic Technologies for Situation Recognition

RDF Stream Processing Workshop at ESWC2015, Call for Papers

In conjunction with the 12th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2015). May 31th, 2015 in Portoroz, Slovenia.

From the Call for Papers:

The goal of this workshop is to bring together interested members of the community to:

  • Demonstrate their latest advances in stream processing systems for RDF.
  • Foster discussion for agreeing on a core model and query language for RDF streams.
  • Involve and attract people from related research areas to actively participate in the RSP Community Group.

(I am on the Programme Committee.)

Another workshop was accepted, called DeRiVE which seems to focus more on applications of RDF events whereas RSP ist more technical focusing on streaming and processing real-time streams.