Workshops

The workshops for SEMANTiCS 2022 will be held on Tuesday, September 13. We recommend attending SEMANTiCS main conference in the following days as well.

1st Workshop on schemes, vocabularies, and ontologies for FAIR

Making the huge and diverse kinds of data produced by researchers, data stewards, and service providers, fully reusable and understood requires specific efforts. The Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) principles were elaborated to address these issues, describing a set of requirements for data reusability and interoperability. These principles have been gaining increasing attention in a range of different areas and applications, including in the industrial area. A key aspect in making data FAIR is the ability of machines to automatically find, access, interoperate, and reuse data with none or minimal human intervention. For that, the ability of properly and semantically describing data is essential. 

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First Workshop on Semantic AI

While the individual aspects of semantic AI are being studied in their respective research communities a dedicated community focusing on their combination is yet to be established. The proposed workshop intends to contribute to this endeavour.

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Ontology-Driven Conceptual Modelling of Digital Twins - ODCM-DT 2022

Digital Twin is a concept that connects concrete systems to digital representations. In a sense, Digital Twins are the similar to ontologies (semantic models), but instead of mapping the real world to conceptual representations, these representations are codified in terms of computer systems and models. By taking the path from systems to their Digital Twins through explicit ontological grounding, we expect that the suitability and expressiveness of these Digital Twins will increase

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Semantics for Transport 2022 | Sem4Tra22

We target researchers and practitioners who are contributing to the transformation of the transportation sector by proposing new solutions based on semantic techniques and technologies, to realize MaaS objectives. The workshop is an opportunity for disseminating and discussing use cases and studies showing the application of semantic and web technologies in the transport domain to tackle the aforementioned challenges.

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