Call for Papers

We invite paper submissions from two communities: (i) data consumers and (ii) data providers. This includes practitioners, such as data scientists, that have experience in fitting the data available to their use case; Semantic Web researchers, that have been investigating data reuse from heterogeneous data in tools; researchers in the field of data linking and translation; and other researchers working on the general field of data integration.
We invite submissions from the following communities:

  • Data Integration
  • Multilingual Data
  • Data Linking
  • Ontology and Knowledge Engineering

We welcome original contributions about all topics related to data interoperability, including but not limited to:

  • Approaches to convert data between formats, languages, and schema
  • Best practices for processing heterogeneous data
  • Translation of different language data
  • Cross-lingual applications
  • Recommendations for language modeling in linked data
  • Labeling of data with natural language information
  • Datasets for different communities’ data needs
  • Tools reusing different data formats
  • Converting datasets between different formats
  • Applications in different domains, e.g., Life Sciences, Scholarly, Industry 4.0, Humanities

The papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three researchers from the domain. We target the creation of a special issue including the best papers of the workshop. Selected papers will be published on CEUR, in accordance with the authors. We invite full research papers as well as short papers and resource papers, as a new dataset for the domain is a valuable contribution for exploring the topic further.

Submission Guidelines

Paper submission this workshop will be via EasyChair. The papers should follow the Springer LNCS format, and be submitted in PDF on or before July 9, 2019 (midnight Hawaii time).
We accept papers of the following formats:

  • Full research papers (8 - 12 pages)
  • Short research papers (3 - 5 pages)
  • Position papers (6 - 8 pages)
  • Resource papers (8 - 12 pages, including the publication of the dataset)
  • In-Use papers (6 - 8 pages)

The submissions link:

Workshop papers due: July 9, 2019
Notification of accepted workshop papers: July 30, 2019


In Conjunction with

Important Dates

Papers due: July 9, 2018

Notification of accepted papers: July 30, 2019