Serge Autexier | 6 Jul 08:59 2015
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CICM 2015: Final Call for Participation, Deadline July 6th, 2015

                     Final Call for Participation

            Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                              CICM 2015

                           13-17 July 2015
                          Washington DC, USA

                 Registration Deadline July 6th, 2015

The programme for this year's CICM in Washington can be found as
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php?event=&menu=detailed-programme

The accepted papers as
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php?event=&menu=talks

In addition we solicit for posters which will not be peer reviewed, but we
will just do a screen review for relevance to the conference. A poster
presentation will consist of a 5 minute teaser talk and the presentation of
the poster on Tuesday morning (together with the other presentations in the
Systems/Data/Projects track).

You can submit a brief abstract on a poster by 22 June 2015 via EasyChair:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cicm2015
You will be informed about acceptance shortly after your submission.

Registration to the conference will open shortly.

For details on the conference, registration, accommodation, etc. see
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php
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Irene Celino | 29 Jun 09:15 2015
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3rd CfP - 4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning **extended deadline** - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 11-2 October

[apologies for multiple posting]

4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning (OrdRing2015)
October 11th/12th, 2015 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US

Co-located with the 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2015)

http://www.streamreasoning.org/events/ordring2015

IMPORTANT DATES
---------------

New abstract submission deadline: June 8, 2015  **extended**
New paper submission deadline: July 12, 2015    **extended**
Notification of acceptance: August 7, 2015

GOALS AND TOPICS
----------------

More and more applications require real-time processing of large, dynamically generated, ordered data, where order captures essential information about recency, proximity or relevance. Recency is crucial for recognizing temporal events, as in complex event processing; proximity and relevance are essential for ranking query answers, as in top-k query answering. In some cases, orders are a natural, even unavoidable, aspect of the data, which may constrain the ways in which we can access it. In other cases, orders need to be derived by additional computations, and then be enforced on the (unordered) input. While each of these scenarios represents some unique challenges, all of them involve streams of data and require us to reason about sequences of events. The goal of this workshop is to explore this joint concept of ordered data processing.

Semantic technologies can play a relevant role in this setting, as they provide the expressive power to integrate highly dynamic sources. This is also witnessed by a number of recent works on order-related concepts, such as Stream Reasoning and top-k ontological query answering. Stream and rank-aware data management techniques are progressively providing reactive and reliable query answering over massive datasets, while ontological process models allow us to define meaningful patterns in event streams. Related works range from applied topics, such as query optimization, to foundational topics, such as temporal logics.

This workshop (as its predecessors in 2011, 2013 and 2014) aims at bringing together this growing and very active community interested in integrating ordering with reasoning by using methods inspired by stream and rank-aware data management. It thus aims to stimulate and guide a paradigm shift in semantic technologies.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

 * Streaming algorithms in query answering and reasoning
 * Ontology-based data access over data streams
 * Modelling complex events, processes, and patterns in ordered data
 * Incremental maintenance of materialization of data streams
 * Continuous query answering
 * Ontological top-k query answering
 * Continuous and top-k query answering for fuzzy and probabilistic logics
 * Order in knowledge representation, such as temporal or spatial orders
 * Topologies for distributed processing of data streams
 * Data compression algorithms for data stream processing
 * Parallelization and distribution in order-aware semantic technologies
 * Approximation approaches to inference with orderings
 * APIs for data stream exchange
 * Proposals for and applications of benchmarks
 * Applications of stream reasoning and top-k ontological query answering
 * Implementation and evaluation experiences

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND PROCEEDINGS
-------------------------------------

We welcome submissions describing ideas, experiments, and application visions originating from requirements for, and efforts aimed at, interleaving ordering and reasoning. We encourage:
 * short position and short demo papers not exceeding 6 pages;
 * scientific and technical papers not exceeding 12 pages
 * Expressions of Interest (EoI) not exceeding two pages, describing expertise, current research interests and relation to the community and ISWC audience in general.

Submissions should be formatted according to the Lecture Notes in Computer Science guidelines for proceedings available at http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-7-72376-0. Papers should be submitted in PDF format. All submissions will be done electronically via the OrdRing2015 web submission system (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ordring2015).

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop. Information about registration will appear soon on the ISWC 2015 Web page.

The Workshop Proceedings will be published as CEUR Workshop Proceedings (www.ceur-ws.org)

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
--------------------

 * Jean-Paul Calbimonte (EPFL)
 * Irene Celino (CEFRIEL)
 * Emanuele Della Valle (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Daniele Dell'Aglio (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Markus Krötzsch (Technische Universität Dresden)
 * Stefan Schlobach (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


PROGRAM COMMITTEE (to be completed)
-----------------

 * Darko Anicic (Siemens AG)
 * Marco Balduini (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Alessandro Bozzon (TU Delft)
 * Oscar Corcho (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Soheila Dehghanzadeh (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Shen Gao (University of Zurich)
 * Peter Haase (metaphacts)
 * Freddy Lecue (IBM Research Ireland)
 * Alejandro Llaves (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Tomas Masopust (TU Dresden)
 * Alessandro Margara (University of Lugano)
 * Alessandra Mileo (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Jeff Z. Pan (University of Aberdeen)
 * Giuseppe Pirrò (University of Koblenz-Landau)
 * Umberto Straccia (ISTI-CNR)
 * Anni-Yasmin Turhan (TU Dresden)
 * Maria Esther Vidal (Universidad Simón Bolívar)
 * Haofen Wang (East China University of Science and Technology)
 * Kewen Wang (Griffith University)
 * Zhe Wu (Oracle)
 * Shima Zahmatkesh (Politecnico di Milano)


--

http://about.me/iricelino/

    " If you understand what you're doing,
           you're not learning anything. "
Irene Celino | 12 Jun 18:02 2015
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2nd CfP - 4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 11-2 October

[apologies for multiple posting]

4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning (OrdRing2015)
October 11th/12th, 2015 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US

Co-located with the 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2015)

http://www.streamreasoning.org/events/ordring2015

IMPORTANT DATES
---------------

Abstract submission deadline: June 24, 2015
Paper submission deadline: July 1, 2015
Notification of acceptance: July 31, 2015

GOALS AND TOPICS
----------------

More and more applications require real-time processing of large, dynamically generated, ordered data, where order captures essential information about recency, proximity or relevance. Recency is crucial for recognizing temporal events, as in complex event processing; proximity and relevance are essential for ranking query answers, as in top-k query answering. In some cases, orders are a natural, even unavoidable, aspect of the data, which may constrain the ways in which we can access it. In other cases, orders need to be derived by additional computations, and then be enforced on the (unordered) input. While each of these scenarios represents some unique challenges, all of them involve streams of data and require us to reason about sequences of events. The goal of this workshop is to explore this joint concept of ordered data processing.

Semantic technologies can play a relevant role in this setting, as they provide the expressive power to integrate highly dynamic sources. This is also witnessed by a number of recent works on order-related concepts, such as Stream Reasoning and top-k ontological query answering. Stream and rank-aware data management techniques are progressively providing reactive and reliable query answering over massive datasets, while ontological process models allow us to define meaningful patterns in event streams. Related works range from applied topics, such as query optimization, to foundational topics, such as temporal logics.

This workshop (as its predecessors in 2011, 2013 and 2014) aims at bringing together this growing and very active community interested in integrating ordering with reasoning by using methods inspired by stream and rank-aware data management. It thus aims to stimulate and guide a paradigm shift in semantic technologies.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

 * Streaming algorithms in query answering and reasoning
 * Ontology-based data access over data streams
 * Modelling complex events, processes, and patterns in ordered data
 * Incremental maintenance of materialization of data streams
 * Continuous query answering
 * Ontological top-k query answering
 * Continuous and top-k query answering for fuzzy and probabilistic logics
 * Order in knowledge representation, such as temporal or spatial orders
 * Topologies for distributed processing of data streams
 * Data compression algorithms for data stream processing
 * Parallelization and distribution in order-aware semantic technologies
 * Approximation approaches to inference with orderings
 * APIs for data stream exchange
 * Proposals for and applications of benchmarks
 * Applications of stream reasoning and top-k ontological query answering
 * Implementation and evaluation experiences

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND PROCEEDINGS
-------------------------------------

We welcome submissions describing ideas, experiments, and application visions originating from requirements for, and efforts aimed at, interleaving ordering and reasoning. We encourage:
 * short position and short demo papers not exceeding 6 pages;
 * scientific and technical papers not exceeding 12 pages
 * Expressions of Interest (EoI) not exceeding two pages, describing expertise, current research interests and relation to the community and ISWC audience in general.

Submissions should be formatted according to the Lecture Notes in Computer Science guidelines for proceedings available at http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-7-72376-0. Papers should be submitted in PDF format. All submissions will be done electronically via the OrdRing2015 web submission system (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ordring2015).

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop. Information about registration will appear soon on the ISWC 2015 Web page.

The Workshop Proceedings will be published as CEUR Workshop Proceedings (www.ceur-ws.org)

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
--------------------

 * Jean-Paul Calbimonte (EPFL)
 * Irene Celino (CEFRIEL)
 * Emanuele Della Valle (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Daniele Dell'Aglio (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Markus Krötzsch (Technische Universität Dresden)
 * Stefan Schlobach (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


PROGRAM COMMITTEE (to be completed)
-----------------

 * Darko Anicic (Siemens AG)
 * Marco Balduini (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Alessandro Bozzon (TU Delft)
 * Oscar Corcho (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Soheila Dehghanzadeh (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Shen Gao (University of Zurich)
 * Peter Haase (metaphacts)
 * Freddy Lecue (IBM Research Ireland)
 * Alejandro Llaves (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Tomas Masopust (TU Dresden)
 * Alessandro Margara (University of Lugano)
 * Alessandra Mileo (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Jeff Z. Pan (University of Aberdeen)
 * Giuseppe Pirrò (University of Koblenz-Landau)
 * Umberto Straccia (ISTI-CNR)
 * Anni-Yasmin Turhan (TU Dresden)
 * Maria Esther Vidal (Universidad Simón Bolívar)
 * Haofen Wang (East China University of Science and Technology)
 * Kewen Wang (Griffith University)
 * Zhe Wu (Oracle)
 * Shima Zahmatkesh (Politecnico di Milano)


--

http://about.me/iricelino/

    " If you understand what you're doing,
           you're not learning anything. "
Serge Autexier | 11 Jun 21:57 2015
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CICM 2015 CfP (Call for Participation + Call for Posters)

                Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                                 CICM 2015

                              13-17 July 2015
                            Washington DC, USA

The programme for this year's CICM in Washington can be found as
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php?event=&menu=detailed-programme

The accepted papers as
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php?event=&menu=talks

In addition we solicit for posters which will not be peer reviewed, but we
will just do a screen review for relevance to the conference. A poster
presentation will consist of a 5 minute teaser talk and the presentation of
the poster on Tuesday morning (together with the other presentations in the
Systems/Data/Projects track).

You can submit a brief abstract on a poster by 22 June 2015 via EasyChair:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cicm2015
You will be informed about acceptance shortly after your submission.

Registration to the conference will open shortly.

For details on the conference, registration, accommodation, etc. see
http://www.cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php

**********************************************************************
Invited Speakers:
**********************************************************************

*  Leonardo de Moura, https://leodemoura.github.io/
   "Formalizing mathematics using the Lean Theorem Prover"
   (http://leanprover.github.io/)
*  Tobias Nipkow, http://www21.in.tum.de/~nipkow/
   "Analyzing the Archive of Formal Proofs"
*  Jim Pitman, http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~pitman/
   "Towards a Global Digital Mathematics Library"
*  Richard Zanibbi, http://www.cs.rit.edu/~rlaz/
   "Math Search for the Masses: Multimodal Search 
    Interfaces and Appearance-Based Retrieval"

**********************************************************************
The principal tracks of the conference will be:
**********************************************************************

* Calculemus (Symbolic Computation and Mechanised Reasoning)
  Chair: Jacques Carette
* DML (Digital Mathematical Libraries)
  Chair: Volker Sorge
* MKM (Mathematical Knowledge Management)
  Chair: Cezary Kaliszyk
* Systems and Data
  Chair: Florian Rabe
* Doctoral Programme
  Chair: Umair Siddique

Publicity chair is Serge Autexier. The local arrangements are
coordinated by the Local Arrangements Chairs, Bruce R. Miller
(National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA) and Abdou
Youssef (The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.), and the
overall programme is organized by the General Programme Chair,
Manfred Kerber (U. Birmingham, UK).

As in previous years, we have co-located workshops:

*  Formal Mathematics for Mathematicians
*  Theorem proving components for Educational software (ThEdu'15)
*  MathUI

Furthermore we have a doctoral programme to mentor doctoral
students giving presentations and a tutorial on the generic proof
assistant Isabelle.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Steffen Lohmann | 11 Jun 14:38 2015
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[CfP] VOILA <at> ISWC 2015 - Visualizations and User Interfaces for Ontologies and Linked Data

CALL FOR PAPERS

VOILA 2015 - Visualizations and User Interfaces for Ontologies and Linked Data

International Workshop at ISWC 2015, 14th International Semantic Web Conference
October 11 or 12, 2015, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

http://voila2015.visualdataweb.org

--------------------------------------------------
Submission Deadline: July 1, 2015
--------------------------------------------------

Motivation and Objectives
==========

"A picture is worth a thousand words", we often say, yet many areas are in demand of sophisticated
visualization techniques, and the Semantic Web is not an exception. The size and complexity of
ontologies and Linked Data in the Semantic Web constantly grow and the diverse backgrounds of the users
and application areas multiply at the same time. Providing users with visual representations and
intuitive user interfaces can significantly aid the understanding of the domains and knowledge
represented by ontologies and Linked Data. There is no "one size fits all" solution but different use
cases demand different visualization and interaction techniques. Ultimately, providing better user
interfaces and visual representations will foster user engagement and likely lead to higher quality
results in different applications employing ontologies and to the proliferation of Linked Data usage.

User interfaces are essential to easily provide access to the increasing diversity of knowledge modeled
in ontologies. As ontologies grow in size and complexity, the demand for comprehensive visualization
and sophisticated interaction also rises. In particular, user interfaces are an integral part of
ontology engineering, to help bridge the gap between domain experts and ontology engineers. Ontology
visualization is not a new topic and a number of approaches have become available in recent years, with
some being already well-established, particularly in the field of ontology modeling. In other areas of
ontology engineering, such as ontology alignment and debugging, although several tools have recently
been developed, few provide a graphical user interface, not to mention navigational aids or
comprehensive visualization techniques.

While ontology users usually possess domain and/or knowledge representation expertise, this is not
necessarily the case with potential Linked Data consumers who can come from very different backgrounds
and have varying levels of expertise. Currently, the main Linked Data consumers are technology
experienced users, one of the reasons being the lack of appropriate user interfaces and visualizations
to support other user groups. Visual approaches are needed to assist various kinds of users, who pursue
diverse goals and pose individual requirements. In the presence of a huge network of interconnected
resources, one of the challenges faced by the Linked Data community is the visualization of the
multidimensional datasets to provide for efficient overview, exploration and querying tasks, to
mention just a few. With the focus shifting from a Web of Documents to a Web of Data, changes in the
interaction paradigms are in demand as well. Novel approaches also need to take into consideration the
technological challenges and opportunities given by new interaction contexts, ranging from mobile and
touch interaction to visualizations on large displays, and encompassing highly responsive web applications.

Topics of Interest
==========

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Visualizations for (large and complex) ontologies;
- Visualization of ontology design patterns;
- Linked Data visualizations and user interfaces;
- Visualizations and user interfaces for ontology engineering (ontology development, alignment,
debugging, etc.);
- Requirements analysis for ontology and Linked Data visualizations;
- Case studies of applying visualizations in ontology engineering and Linked Data consumption;
- Context-aware visualization and interaction techniques;
- Applications of novel interaction techniques (e.g., touch and gesture interaction);
- User interfaces for collaborative ontology development;
- Ontology visualizations for large and high-resolution displays;
- Mobile user interfaces for ontology engineering and Linked Data exploration;
- User interfaces assisting people with disabilities;
- Visual exploration and querying of Linked Data.

Submission Guidelines
==========

Paper submission and reviewing for this workshop will be electronic via EasyChair. The papers should be
written in English, following the Springer LNCS format, and be submitted in PDF.
The following types of contributions are welcome:
- Full research papers (8-12 pages);
- Experience papers (8-12 pages);
- Position papers (6-8 pages);
- Short research papers (4-6 pages);
- System papers (4-6 pages).

Accepted papers will be published as a volume in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings series.

Important Dates
==========

Submission: July 1, 2015
Notification: July 30, 2015
Camera-ready: August 14, 2015

Attendance
==========

Note that workshop attendees cannot register for the workshop only, but need to register for the main
conference, as well.

Organizers
==========

Valentina Ivanova, Linköping University, Sweden
Patrick Lambrix, Linköping University, Sweden
Steffen Lohmann, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Catia Pesquita, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Irene Celino | 8 May 16:34 2015
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1st CfP - 4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 11-12 October

[apologies for cross-posting]

4th International Workshop on Ordering and Reasoning (OrdRing2015)
October 11th/12th, 2015 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US

Co-located with the 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2015)

http://www.streamreasoning.org/events/ordring2015

IMPORTANT DATES
---------------

Abstract submission deadline: June 24, 2015
Paper submission deadline: July 1, 2015
Notification of acceptance: July 31, 2015

GOALS AND TOPICS
----------------

More and more applications require real-time processing of large, dynamically generated, ordered data, where order captures essential information about recency, proximity or relevance. Recency is crucial for recognizing temporal events, as in complex event processing; proximity and relevance are essential for ranking query answers, as in top-k query answering. In some cases, orders are a natural, even unavoidable, aspect of the data, which may constrain the ways in which we can access it. In other cases, orders need to be derived by additional computations, and then be enforced on the (unordered) input. While each of these scenarios represents some unique challenges, all of them involve streams of data and require us to reason about sequences of events. The goal of this workshop is to explore this joint concept of ordered data processing.

Semantic technologies can play a relevant role in this setting, as they provide the expressive power to integrate highly dynamic sources. This is also witnessed by a number of recent works on order-related concepts, such as Stream Reasoning and top-k ontological query answering. Stream and rank-aware data management techniques are progressively providing reactive and reliable query answering over massive datasets, while ontological process models allow us to define meaningful patterns in event streams. Related works range from applied topics, such as query optimization, to foundational topics, such as temporal logics.

This workshop (as its predecessors in 2011, 2013 and 2014) aims at bringing together this growing and very active community interested in integrating ordering with reasoning by using methods inspired by stream and rank-aware data management. It thus aims to stimulate and guide a paradigm shift in semantic technologies.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

 * Streaming algorithms in query answering and reasoning
 * Ontology-based data access over data streams
 * Modelling complex events, processes, and patterns in ordered data
 * Incremental maintenance of materialization of data streams
 * Continuous query answering
 * Ontological top-k query answering
 * Continuous and top-k query answering for fuzzy and probabilistic logics
 * Order in knowledge representation, such as temporal or spatial orders
 * Topologies for distributed processing of data streams
 * Data compression algorithms for data stream processing
 * Parallelization and distribution in order-aware semantic technologies
 * Approximation approaches to inference with orderings
 * APIs for data stream exchange
 * Proposals for and applications of benchmarks
 * Applications of stream reasoning and top-k ontological query answering
 * Implementation and evaluation experiences

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND PROCEEDINGS
-------------------------------------

We welcome submissions describing ideas, experiments, and application visions originating from requirements for, and efforts aimed at, interleaving ordering and reasoning. We encourage:
 * short position and short demo papers not exceeding 6 pages;
 * scientific and technical papers not exceeding 12 pages
 * Expressions of Interest (EoI) not exceeding two pages, describing expertise, current research interests and relation to the community and ISWC audience in general.

Submissions should be formatted according to the Lecture Notes in Computer Science guidelines for proceedings available at http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-7-72376-0. Papers should be submitted in PDF format. All submissions will be done electronically via the OrdRing2015 web submission system (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ordring2015).

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop. Information about registration will appear soon on the ISWC 2015 Web page.

The Workshop Proceedings will be published as CEUR Workshop Proceedings (www.ceur-ws.org)

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
--------------------

 * Jean-Paul Calbimonte (EPFL)
 * Irene Celino (CEFRIEL)
 * Emanuele Della Valle (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Daniele Dell'Aglio (Politecnico di Milano)
 * Markus Krötzsch (Technische Universität Dresden)
 * Stefan Schlobach (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


PROGRAM COMMITTEE (to be completed)
-----------------

 * Darko Anicic (Siemens AG)
 * Alessandro Bozzon (TU Delft)
 * Oscar Corcho (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Soheila Dehghanzadeh (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Shen Gao (University of Zurich)
 * Peter Haase (metaphacts)
 * Alejandro Llaves (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
 * Tomas Masopust (TU Dresden)
 * Alessandro Margara (University of Lugano)
 * Alessandra Mileo (Insight Centre for Data Analytics)
 * Jeff Z. Pan (University of Aberdeen)
 * Giuseppe Pirrò (University of Koblenz-Landau)
 * Umberto Straccia (ISTI-CNR)
 * Anni-Yasmin Turhan (TU Dresden)
 * Maria Esther Vidal (Universidad Simón Bolívar)
 * Haofen Wang (East China University of Science and Technology)
 * Kewen Wang (Griffith University)


--

http://about.me/iricelino/

    " If you understand what you're doing,
           you're not learning anything. "
Sebastian Hellmann | 1 May 02:15 2015
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SEMANTiCS 2015, Vienna, Call for Research & Innovation Papers

Call for Research & Innovation Papers
SEMANTiCS 2015
Transfer // Engineering // Community

11th International Conference on Semantic Systems
Vienna, Austria September 15-17, 2015
http://www.semantics.cc


Important Dates (Research & Innovation)
------------------------------------------------------
* Abstract Submission Deadline: May 22, 2015
* Paper Submission Deadline: May 29, 2015
* Notification of Acceptance: July 10, 2015
* Camera-Ready Paper: July 24, 2015
SEMANTiCS proceedings will be published by ACM ICP.
Submissions via Easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=semantics2015research

The calls for “Industry & Use Case Presentations” and “Posters and Demos” at SEMANTiCS 2015 can be found here: http://www.semantics.cc/


The annual SEMANTiCS conference is the meeting place for professionals who make semantic computing work, who understand its benefits and encounter its limitations. Every year, SEMANTiCS attracts information managers, IT-architects, software engineers and researchers from organisations ranging from NPOs, through public administrations to the largest companies in the world. Attendees learn from industry experts and top researchers about emerging trends and topics in the fields of semantic software, enterprise data, linked data & open data strategies, methodologies in knowledge modelling and text & data analytics. The SEMANTiCS community is highly diverse; attendees have responsibilities in interlinking areas like knowledge management, technical documentation, e-commerce, big data analytics, enterprise search, document management, business intelligence and enterprise vocabulary management.
The success of last year’s conference in Leipzig with more than 230 attendees from 22 countries proves that SEMANTiCS 2015 will continue a long tradition of bringing together colleagues from around the world. There will be presentations on industry implementations, use case prototypes, best practices, panels, papers and posters to discuss semantic systems in birds-of-a-feather sessions as well as informal settings. SEMANTICS addresses problems common among information managers, software engineers, IT-architects and various specialist departments working to develop, implement and/or evaluate semantic software systems.
The SEMANTiCS program is a rich mix of technical talks, panel discussions of important topics and presentations by people who make things work - just like you. In addition, attendees can network with experts in a variety of fields. These relationships provide great value to organisations as they encounter subtle technical issues in any stage of implementation. The expertise gained by SEMANTiCS attendees has a long-term impact on their careers and organisations. These factors make SEMANTiCS for our community the major industry related event across Europe.


The following ‘horizontals’ (research) and ‘verticals’ (industries) topics are of interest:

* Business Models, Governance & Data Strategies
* Knowledge Discovery & Intelligent Search
* Data Integration & Enterprise Linked Data
* Big Data & Text Analytics
* Data Portals & Knowledge Visualization
* Semantic Information Management
* Document Management & Content Management
* Terminology, Thesaurus & Ontology Management

* Industry & Engineering
* Life Sciences & Health Care
* Public Administration
* Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums (GLAM)
* Media, Publishing & Advertising
* Financial & Insurance Industry
* Telecommunications
* Energy, Transport & Environment


Research / Innovation Papers
--------------------------------------
The Research & Innovation track at SEMANTiCS welcomes the submission of papers on novel scientific research and/or innovations relevant to the topics of the conference. Submissions must be original and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere. Papers should follow the ACM ICPS guidelines for formatting (http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates) and must not exceed 8 pages in length for full papers and 4 pages for short papers, including references and optional appendices.


All accepted full papers and short papers will be published in the digital library of the ACM ICP Series under the ISBN-No.: 978-1-4503-1972-0. Research & Innovation papers should be submitted through EasyChair at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=semantics2015research. Papers must be submitted in PDF (Adobe's Portable Document Format) format. Other formats will not be accepted. For the camera-ready version, the source files (Latex, Word Perfect, Word) will also be needed.


Important Dates (Research & Innovation)
* Abstract Submission Deadline: May 22, 2015
* Paper Submission Deadline: May 29, 2015
* Notification of Acceptance: June 26, 2015
* Camera-Ready Paper: July 15 , 2015


Research and Innovation Chairs:
Sebastian Hellmann, AKSW, Universität Leipzig
Josiane Xavier Parreira, Siemens AG Österreich


Programme Committee:
* Alessandro Adamou, Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University
* Guadalupe Aguado-De-Cea, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
* Rajendra Akerkar, Senior Researcher/Professor, Western Norway Research Institute
* Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, IRIT CNRS
* Ciro Baron, University of Leipzig
* Charalampos Bratsas, Web Science Program, Mathematics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
* Martin Brümmer, Universität Leipzig
* Volha Bryl, University of Mannheim
* Paul Buitelaar, Insight centre for Data Analytics, National University of Ireland Galway
* Irene Celino, CEFRIEL
* Pierre-Antoine Champin, LIRIS
* Christian Chiarcos,
* Key-Sun Choi, KAIST
* Ioana-Georgiana Ciuciu, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble
* Roland Cornelissen, Metamatter
* Gianluca Correndo, University of Southampton
* Roberta Cuel, University of Trento
* Claudia D'Amato, University of Bari
* Mathieu D'Aquin, Knowledge Media Institute, the Open University
* Aba-Sah Dadzie, University of Birmingham
* Enrico Daga, The Open University
* Tommaso Di Noia, Politecnico di Bari
* Stefan Dietze, L3S Research Center
* Marin Dimitrov, Ontotext
* Mauro Dragoni, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
* Samhaa El-Beltagy, Cairo University
* Henrik Eriksson, Linkping University
* Anna Fensel, Semantic Technology Institute (STI) Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck
* Miriam Fernandez, Knowledge Media Institute
* Agata Filipowska, Department of Information Systems, Poznan University of Economics
* Marco Fossati, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
* Fabien Gandon, Inria
* Roberto Garcia, Universitat de Lleida
* José María García, STI Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck
* Wolfgang Gassler, University of Innsbruck, Insitute of Computer Science, Research Group Databases and Information Systems
* Alain Giboin, INRIA Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
* Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez, Intelligent Software Components (iSOCO) S.A.
* Jorge Gracia, Ontology Engineering Group. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
* Michael Granitzer, University of Passau
* Andreas Harth, AIFB, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
* Bernhard Haslhofer,
* Benjamin Heitmann, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway
* Eelco Herder, L3S Research Center
* Andreas Hotho, University of Wuerzburg
* Sirko Hunnius, IfG.CC - The Potsdam eGovernment Competence Center
* Anja Jentzsch, Hasso Plattner Institut
* Efstratios Kontopoulos, CERTH-ITI
* Christoph Lange, University of Bonn
* Ivo Lašek, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
* Nelia Lasierra Beamonte, STI, University of Innsbruck
* Steffen Lohmann, University of Stuttgart
* Vanessa Lopez, IBM Research
* Sandra Lovrenčić, University of Zagreb, Faculty of organization and informatics Varazdin, Pavlinska 2, HR-42000 Varazdin, Croatia
* Markus Luczak-Roesch, University of Southampton
* Elisa Marengo, Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
* John P. Mccrae, Cognitive Interaction Technology, Center of Excellence
* Pablo Mendes, IBM Research Almaden
* Uroš Milošević, Institute Mihailo Pupin
* Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Ontology Engineering Group. Laboratorio de Inteligencia Artificial. Facultad de Informática. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
* Andrea Moro, Sapienza, Universita di Roma
* Lyndon Nixon, MODUL University
* Andrea Giovanni Nuzzolese, STLab, ISTC-CNR
* Leo Obrst, MITRE
* Vito Claudio Ostuni, Politecnico di Bari
* Viviana Patti, Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Torino
* Heiko Paulheim, University of Mannheim
* Silvio Peroni, University of Bologna and ISTC-CNR
* Axel Polleres, Vienna University of Economics and Business - WU Wien
* Mateusz Radzimski, Universidad Carlos III Madrid
* Achim Rettinger, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
* Giuseppe Rizzo, EURECOM
* Marco Rospocher, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
* Matthew Rowe, Lancaster University
* Eugen Ruppert, TU Darmstadt - FG Language Technology
* Marta Sabou, MODUL University Vienna
* Muhammad Saleem, AKSW
* Felix Sasaki, W3C
* Bernhard Schandl, mySugr GmbH
* Pavel Shvaiko, Informatica Trentina
* Elena Simperl, University of Southampton
* Ronald Stamper, Measur Ltd
* Nadine Steinmetz, Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering
* Holger Stenzhorn, Saarland University Hospital
* Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
* Vojtěch Svátek, University of Economics, Prague
* Alexandru Todor, AG Corporate Semantic Web
* Robert Tolksdorf, Freie Universität Berlin, Networked Information Systems
* Ioan Toma, STI Innsbruck
* Jürgen Umbrich, Vienna University of Economy and Business (WU)
* Ricardo Usbeck, University of Leipzig
* Pierre-Yves Vandenbussche, INSERM UMRS 872, éq.20, 15, rue de l’école de médecine, 75006 Paris, France
* Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University - iMinds
* Maria Esther Vidal, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Dept. Computer Science
* Boris Villazón-Terrazas, iSOCO, Intelligent Software Components
* Krzysztof Wecel, Poznan University of Economics
* Katrin Weller, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
* Rupert Westenthaler, Salzburg Research
* Patrick Westphal, Universität Leipzig
* Wolfram Wöß, Institute for Application Oriented Knowledge Processing, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
* Eva Zangerle, Databases and Information Systems, Department of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck


SEMANTiCS 2015 Organisation Committee:
* Axel Polleres, Conference Chair
* Tassilo Pellegrini, Conference Chair
* Christian Dirschl, Industry Chair
* Sebastian Hellmann, Research & Innovation Chair
* Josiane Xavier Parreira, Research & Innovation Chair
* Agata Filipowska, Poster and Demo Chair
* Ruben Verborgh, Poster and Demo Chair
* Anna Fensel, Workshop Chair



--
Sebastian Hellmann
AKSW/NLP2RDF research group
Insitute for Applied Informatics (InfAI) and DBpedia Association
Events:
* Sept. 1-5, 2014 Conference Week in Leipzig, including
** Sept 2nd, MLODE 2014
** Sept 3rd, 2nd DBpedia Community Meeting
** Sept 4th-5th, SEMANTiCS (formerly i-SEMANTICS)
Venha para a Alemanha como PhD: http://bis.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/csf
Projects: http://dbpedia.org, http://nlp2rdf.org, http://linguistics.okfn.org, https://www.w3.org/community/ld4lt
Homepage: http://aksw.org/SebastianHellmann
Research Group: http://aksw.org
Thesis:
http://tinyurl.com/sh-thesis-summary
http://tinyurl.com/sh-thesis
Steffen Lohmann | 27 Apr 12:09 2015
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[CfP] VOILA <at> ISWC 2015 - Visualizations and User Interfaces for Ontologies and Linked Data

CALL FOR PAPERS

VOILA 2015 - Visualizations and User Interfaces for Ontologies and 
Linked Data

International Workshop at ISWC 2015, 14th International Semantic Web 
Conference
October 11 or 12, 2015, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

http://voila2015.visualdataweb.org

--------------------------------------------------
Submission Deadline: July 1, 2015
--------------------------------------------------

Motivation and Objectives
==========

"A picture is worth a thousand words", we often say, yet many areas are 
in demand of sophisticated visualization techniques, and the Semantic 
Web is not an exception. The size and complexity of ontologies and 
Linked Data in the Semantic Web constantly grow and the diverse 
backgrounds of the users and application areas multiply at the same 
time. Providing users with visual representations and intuitive user 
interfaces can significantly aid the understanding of the domains and 
knowledge represented by ontologies and Linked Data. There is no "one 
size fits all" solution but different use cases demand different 
visualization and interaction techniques. Ultimately, providing better 
user interfaces and visual representations will foster user engagement 
and likely lead to higher quality results in different applications 
employing ontologies and to the proliferation of Linked Data usage.

User interfaces are essential to easily provide access to the increasing 
diversity of knowledge modeled in ontologies. As ontologies grow in size 
and complexity, the demand for comprehensive visualization and 
sophisticated interaction also rises. In particular, user interfaces are 
an integral part of ontology engineering, to help bridge the gap between 
domain experts and ontology engineers. Ontology visualization is not a 
new topic and a number of approaches have become available in recent 
years, with some being already well-established, particularly in the 
field of ontology modeling. In other areas of ontology engineering, such 
as ontology alignment and debugging, although several tools have 
recently been developed, few provide a graphical user interface, not to 
mention navigational aids or comprehensive visualization techniques.

While ontology users usually possess domain and/or knowledge 
representation expertise, this is not necessarily the case with 
potential Linked Data consumers who can come from very different 
backgrounds and have varying levels of expertise. Currently, the main 
Linked Data consumers are technology experienced users, one of the 
reasons being the lack of appropriate user interfaces and visualizations 
to support other user groups. Visual approaches are needed to assist 
various kinds of users, who pursue diverse goals and pose individual 
requirements. In the presence of a huge network of interconnected 
resources, one of the challenges faced by the Linked Data community is 
the visualization of the multidimensional datasets to provide for 
efficient overview, exploration and querying tasks, to mention just a 
few. With the focus shifting from a Web of Documents to a Web of Data, 
changes in the interaction paradigms are in demand as well. Novel 
approaches also need to take into consideration the technological 
challenges and opportunities given by new interaction contexts, ranging 
from mobile and touch interaction to visualizations on large displays, 
and encompassing highly responsive web applications.

Topics of Interest
==========

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Visualizations for (large and complex) ontologies;
- Visualization of ontology design patterns;
- Linked Data visualizations and user interfaces;
- Visualizations and user interfaces for ontology engineering (ontology 
development, alignment, debugging, etc.);
- Requirements analysis for ontology and Linked Data visualizations;
- Case studies of applying visualizations in ontology engineering and 
Linked Data consumption;
- Context-aware visualization and interaction techniques;
- Applications of novel interaction techniques (e.g., touch and gesture 
interaction);
- User interfaces for collaborative ontology development;
- Ontology visualizations for large and high-resolution displays;
- Mobile user interfaces for ontology engineering and Linked Data 
exploration;
- User interfaces assisting people with disabilities;
- Visual exploration and querying of Linked Data.

Submission Guidelines
==========

Paper submission and reviewing for this workshop will be electronic via 
EasyChair. The papers should be written in English, following the 
Springer LNCS format, and be submitted in PDF.
The following types of contributions are welcome:
- Full research papers (8-12 pages);
- Experience papers (8-12 pages);
- Position papers (6-8 pages);
- Short research papers (4-6 pages);
- System papers (4-6 pages).

Accepted papers will be published as a volume in the CEUR Workshop 
Proceedings series.

Important Dates
==========

Submission: July 1, 2015
Notification: July 30, 2015
Camera-ready: August 14, 2015

Attendance
==========

Note that workshop attendees cannot register for the workshop only, but 
need to register for the main conference, as well.

Organizers
==========

Valentina Ivanova, Linköping University, Sweden
Patrick Lambrix, Linköping University, Sweden
Steffen Lohmann, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Catia Pesquita, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Serge Autexier | 21 Apr 09:12 2015
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CICM 2015 - Call for Work-in-Progress Papers

                   Call for Work-in-Progress Papers

            Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                              CICM 2015

                           13-17 July 2015
                          Washington DC, USA

Digital and  computational solutions are becoming  the prevalent means
for the generation, communication, processing, storage and curation of
mathematical  information.  Separate  communities  have  developed  to
investigate  and build  computer based  systems for  computer algebra,
automated deduction, and mathematical publishing as well as novel user
interfaces. While all of these systems excel in their own right, their
integration  can   lead  to   synergies  offering   significant  added
value.  The  Conference  on Intelligent  Computer  Mathematics  (CICM)
offers a  venue for discussing  and developing solutions to  the great
challenges posed by the integration of these diverse areas.

CICM has been held annually as a joint meeting since 2008, co-locating
related   conferences  and   workshops  to   advance  work   in  these
subjects. Previous  meetings have been  held in Birmingham  (UK 2008),
Grand Bend (Canada 2009), Paris (France 2010), Bertinoro (Italy 2011),
Bremen (Germany 2012), Bath (UK 2013), and Coimbra (Portugal 2014).

This is a (short version of  the) call for Work-in-Progress papers for
CICM 2015,  which will be held  in Washington, D.C., 13-17  July 2015.
We  solicit  for  papers  which  describe  work  in  progress,  recent
developments, and other work of interest to our communities which does
not yet have the maturity for archival proceedings.

The full version of the CFP  is available from the conference web page
at http://cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php

**********************************************************************
The principal tracks of the conference will be:
**********************************************************************

* Calculemus (Symbolic Computation and Mechanised Reasoning)
  Chair: Jacques Carette
* DML (Digital Mathematical Libraries)
  Chair: Volker Sorge
* MKM (Mathematical Knowledge Management)
  Chair: Cezary Kaliszyk
* Systems and Data
  Chair: Florian Rabe

Publicity  chair is  Serge Autexier.  The local  arrangements will  be
coordinated  by  the  Local   Arrangements  Chairs,  Bruce  R.  Miller
(National  Institute  of  Standards  and Technology,  USA)  and  Abdou
Youssef (The George Washington  University, Washington, D.C.), and the
overall programme  will be organized  by the General  Programme Chair,
Manfred Kerber (U. Birmingham, UK).

**********************************************************************
Important Dates
**********************************************************************

Work-in-progress and Doctoral Programme submissions:
Submission deadline:
Full Work-in-Progress submission*   4 May      2015
Notification of acceptance:        25 May      2015
Camera ready copies due:            1 June     2015
Conference:                     13-17 July     2015

* or for the Doctoral Programme: Abstract+CV

More detailed  information, e.g. on  submission via EasyChair,  can be
found on http://cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php

Amrapali J Zaveri | 5 Mar 14:47 2015
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CFP: 2nd Workshop on Linked Data Qquality at ESWC #LDQ2015

LDQ 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS

2nd Workshop on Linked Data Quality
co-located with ESWC 2015, Portorož, Slovenia
June 1, 2015
http://ldq.semanticmultimedia.org/ <http://ldq.semanticmultimedia.org/>

/*News flash: Invited talk by Prof.Dr.Felix Naumann on "Brave new data, 
revisited"*//*
*/http://ldq.semanticmultimedia.org/program/keynote_felix_naumann 
<http://ldq.semanticmultimedia.org/program/keynote_felix_naumann>

*Important Dates*
  * Submission of research papers: March 16, 2015
  * Notification of paper acceptance: April 9, 2015
  * Submission of camera-ready papers: April 30, 2015

Since the start of the Linked Open Data (LOD) Cloud, we have seen an 
unprecedented volume of structured data published on the web, in most 
cases as RDF and Linked (Open) Data. The integration across this LOD 
Cloud, however, is hampered by the ‘publish first, refine later’ 
philosophy. This is due to various quality problems existing in the 
published data such as incompleteness, inconsistency, 
incomprehensibility, etc. These problems affect every application 
domain, be it scientific (e.g., life science, environment), 
governmental, or industrial applications.

We see linked datasets originating from crowdsourced content like 
Wikipedia and OpenStreetMap such as DBpedia and LinkedGeoData and also 
from highly curated sources e.g. from the library domain. Quality is 
defined as “fitness for use”, thus DBpedia currently can be appropriate 
for a simple end-user application but could never be used in the medical 
domain for treatment decisions. However, quality is a key to the success 
of the data web and a major barrier for further industry adoption.

Despite the quality in Linked Data being an essential concept, few 
efforts are currently available to standardize how data quality tracking 
and assurance should be implemented. Particularly in Linked Data, 
ensuring data quality is a challenge as it involves a set of 
autonomously evolving data sources. Additionally, detecting the quality 
of datasets available and making the information explicit is yet another 
challenge. This includes the (semi-)automatic identification of 
problems. Moreover, none of the current approaches uses the assessment 
to ultimately improve the quality of the underlying dataset.

The goal of the Workshop on Linked Data Quality is to raise the 
awareness of quality issues in Linked Data and to promote approaches to 
assess, monitor, maintain and improve Linked Data quality.

The workshop*topics*include, but are not limited to:
  * Concepts
  *  - Quality modeling vocabularies
  * Quality assessment
  *  - Methodologies
  *  - Frameworks for quality testing and evaluation
  *  - Inconsistency detection
  *  - Tools/Data validators
  * Quality improvement
  *  - Refinement techniques for Linked Datasets
  *  - Linked Data cleansing
  *  - Error correction
  *  - Tools
  * Quality of ontologies
  * Reputation and trustworthiness of web resources
  * Best practices for Linked Data management
  * User experience, empirical studies

*Submission guidelines*
We seek novel technical research papers in the context of Linked Data 
Quality with a length of up to 8 pages (long) and 4 pages (short) 
papers. Papers should be submitted in PDF format. Other supplementary 
formats (e.g. html) are also accepted but a pdf version is required. 
Paper submissions must be formatted in the style of the Springer 
Publications format for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Please 
submit your paper via EasyChair at 
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ldq2015 
<https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ldq2015>. Submissions that do 
not comply with the formatting of LNCS or that exceed the page limit 
will be rejected without review. We note that the author list does not 
need to be anonymized, as we do not have a double-blind review process 
in place. Submissions will be peer reviewed by three independent 
reviewers. Accepted papers have to be presented at the workshop.

*Organizing Committee*
  * Anisa Rula – University of Milano-Bicocca, IT
  * Amrapali Zaveri – AKSW, University of Leipzig, DE
  * Magnus Knuth – Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, DE
  * Dimitris Kontokostas – AKSW, University of Leipzig, DE

Serge Autexier | 19 Feb 15:08 2015
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CFP CICM 2015 - Deadline Extension

[Apologies if you have received multiple copies of this announcement]

Following a number of requests we have extended the submission deadlines
for CICM 2015 as follows:

                              OLD           NEW
Abstract submission deadline: Mon, 16 Feb   Wed, 25 Feb
Submission deadline:          Mon, 23 Feb   Mon,  2 Mar

Kind regards,
Manfred Kerber
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                              Call for Papers              

                Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                                 CICM 2015

                              13-17 July 2015
                            Washington DC, USA

Digital and computational solutions are becoming the prevalent means for the
generation, communication, processing, storage and curation of mathematical
information. Separate communities have developed to investigate and build
computer based systems for computer algebra, automated deduction, and
mathematical publishing as well as novel user interfaces. While all of these
systems excel in their own right, their integration can lead to synergies
offering significant added value. The Conference on Intelligent Computer
Mathematics (CICM) offers a venue for discussing and developing solutions 
to the great challenges posed by the integration of these diverse areas.

CICM has been held annually as a joint meeting since 2008, co-locating
related conferences and workshops to advance work in these
subjects. Previous meetings have been held in Birmingham (UK 2008),
Grand Bend (Canada 2009), Paris (France 2010), Bertinoro (Italy 2011),
Bremen (Germany 2012), Bath (UK 2013), and Coimbra (Portugal 2014).

This is a (short version of the) call for papers for CICM 2015, which
will be held in Washington, D.C., 13-17 July 2015.

The full version of the CFP is available from the conference web page at
http://cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php

**********************************************************************
The principal tracks of the conference will be:
**********************************************************************

* Calculemus (Symbolic Computation and Mechanised Reasoning)
  Chair: Jacques Carette
* DML (Digital Mathematical Libraries)
  Chair: Volker Sorge
* MKM (Mathematical Knowledge Management)
  Chair: Cezary Kaliszyk
* Systems and Data
  Chair: Florian Rabe

Publicity chair is Serge Autexier. The local arrangements will be
coordinated by the Local Arrangements Chairs, Bruce R. Miller
(National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA) and Abdou
Youssef (The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.), and the
overall programme will be organized by the General Programme Chair,
Manfred Kerber (U. Birmingham, UK).

As in previous years, it is anticipated that there will be a number
co-located workshops, including one to mentor doctoral students giving
presentations. We also solicit for project descriptions and
work-in-progress papers.

**********************************************************************
Important Dates
**********************************************************************

Conference submissions:
Abstract submission deadline:      25 February 2015
Submission deadline:                2 March    2015
Reviews sent to authors:            6 April    2015
Rebuttals due:                      9 April    2015
Notification of acceptance:        13 April    2015
Camera ready copies due:           27 April    2015
Conference:                     13-17 July     2015

Work-in-progress and Doctoral Programme submissions:
Submission deadline:
(Doctoral: Abstract+CV)             4 May      2015
Notification of acceptance:        25 May      2015
Camera ready copies due:            1 June     2015

More detailed information, e.g. on submission via EasyChair, can be found on
http://cicm-conference.org/2015/cicm.php


Gmane