With the advent of Linked Open Data, a large number of publicly available datasets has been released using Semantic Web standards. That data allows for a new breed of intelligent information systems, consuming and producing large amounts of knowledge. At the same time, new challenges arise, from the scalability of semantic web applications up to the development of end-user friendly interfaces. The Semantic Web Applications track of ICWE seeks original submissions addressing the challenges of developing such applications, as well as papers describing development methodologies, frameworks, and best practices. Furthermore, we welcome showcases of live web applications using semantic web technologies, presented along with important lessons learned.
For paper categories, submission instructions and deadlines, please see the ICWE submission page.
Sören Auer, University of Bonn, Germany
Heiko Paulheim, University Of Mannheim, Germany
- Linked Data mashups
- Frameworks and infrastructures for building Semantic Web applications
- Usability of Semantic Web applications
- Mobile Semantic Web applications
- Integration of software & data engineering
- Linking of data and artefacts in the software development lifecycle
- Methodologies for parallel software and data engineering of Web-scale information systems
- Cloud computing for the Semantic Web
- Linked Data publishing & consumption frameworks
- Semantic Web and the Web of Things
- Security and privacy for Semantic Web applications
- Interfaces for searching and navigating the Semantic Web