Programme

Monday, September 6

Theater de Meervaart, Meer en Vaart 300, 1068 LE Amsterdam - view map

TimeBlue HallBreak Out Room 5Break Out Room 8Break Out Room 9Break Out Room 10
09:00
10:30 - 11:00BREAK
11:00
12:30 - 13:30LUNCH
13:30
15:00 - 15:15BREAK
15:15
16:45 - 17:00BREAK
17:00
from 18:30END OF PROGRAM

Legend

Workshops
Keynote Talk

Tuesday, September 7

Theater de Meervaart, Meer en Vaart 300, 1068 LE Amsterdam - view map

TimeBlue HallBreak Out Room 5Break Out Room 8
09:00
10:30 - 11:00BREAK
11:00
12:30 - 13:30LUNCH
13:30
14:30 - 14:45BREAK
14:45
16:15 - 16:30BREAK
16:30
17:30
18:00 - 18:15END OF PROGRAM
from 18:15Conference Dinner (please book in advance)

Legend

Special Track - Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
Workshops
Keynote Talk
Hosted by GfWM

Wednesday, September 8

Theater de Meervaart, Meer en Vaart 300, 1068 LE Amsterdam - view map

TimeBlue HallBreak Out Room 5Break Out Room 8Break Out Room 9Break Out Room 6+7
09:00
10:30 - 11:00BREAK
11:00
12:30 - 13:30LUNCH
13:30
14:30 - 14:45BREAK
14:45
16:15 - 16:30BREAK
16:30 - 18:00
18:15 - 18:30
from 18:30END OF PROGRAM

Legend

Workshops
Keynote Talk

Monday-Wednesday, September 6-8

Onsite: Theater de Meervaart, Meer en Vaart 300, 1068 LE Amsterdam - view map
Online: Wednesday during the breaks at 10:30-11:00 and 14:30-15:00 - check online breakout rooms

Stand
Breakout
Authors Title Video
83 George Svarovsky m-ld: Realtime Information Sharing with RDF
86 Malte Brockmeier, Yawen Liu, Sunita Pateer, Sven Hertling and Heiko Paulheim On-Demand and Lightweight Knowledge Graph Generation - a Demonstration with DBpedia
87 Christophe Debruyne, Katy Fokou and Paul Stijfhals Do you need a knowledge graph? Helping organizations determine whether a knowledge graph is needed for their problems with the Smals KG Checklist
89 Nora Engleitner, Werner Kreiner, Nicole Schwarz, Theodorich Kopetzky and Lisa Ehrlinger Knowledge Graph Embeddings for News Article Tag Recommendation
92 Lars C. Gleim, Leon Müller, Florian Brillowski and Stefan Decker Capturing Provenance Information in the File System
93 Lars Pieschel, Sascha Welten, Lars C. Gleim and Stefan Decker Teaching Semantic Web Technologies through Interactive Jupyter Notebooks
95 Shadi Baghernezhad-Tabasi, Loic Druette, Fabrice Jouanot, Celine Meurger and Marie-Christine Rousset IOPE: Interactive Ontology Population and Enrichment
98 Sara Sanz-Lucio, Oussama Tahiri-Alaoui and Mariano Rico Latest enhancements in the Spanish DBpedia
99 Marco Kainzner, Christoph Klösch, Dominik Filipiak, Tek Raj Chhetri, Anna Fensel and Jorge Martinez-Gil Towards Reusable Ontology Alignment for Manufacturing Maintenance
100 Leon van Wissen, Thunnis van Oort, Julia Noordegraaf and Ivan Kisjes Cinema Context as Linked Open Data: Converting an online Dutch film culture dataset to RDF
101 Mehwish Alam, Henk Birkholz, Danilo Dessì, Christoph Eberl, Heike Fliegl, Peter Gumbsch, Philipp von Hartrott, Lutz Mädler, Markus Niebel, Harald Sack and Akhil Thomas Ontology Modelling for Materials Science Experiments
103 Giray Havur, Sebastian Neumaier and Tassilo Pellegrini DALICC As A Service - A Scaleable Architecture for License Clearance
104 Mohammad Fazleh Elahi, Basil Ell, Frank Grimm and Philipp Cimiano Question Answering on RDF Data based on Grammars Automatically Generated from Lemon Models
106 Afshin Sadeghi, Xhulia Shahini, Martin Schmitz and Jens Lehmann BenchEmbedd: A FAIR Benchmarking tool forKnowledge Graph Embeddings
107 Andreas Both, Aleksandr Perevalov, Johannes Richard Bartsch, Paul Heinze, Rostislav Iudin, Johannes Rudolf Herkner, Tim Schrader, Jonas Wunsch, Ann Kristin Falkenhain and René Gürth A Question Answering System for retrieving German COVID-19 data driven and quality-controlled by Semantic Technology
109 Natanael Arndt, André Valdestilhas, Gustavo Publio, Andrea Cimmino Arriaga, Konrad Höffner and Thomas Riechert A Visual SHACL Shapes Editor Based On OntoPad