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Call for workshops and tutorials
In conjunction with EKAW 2018
https://project.inria.fr/ekaw2018/
November 12 - 16 Nancy, France

Introduction
The International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management 
(EKAW) is concerned with all aspects of eliciting, acquiring, modelling and 
managing knowledge, as well its role in the construction of knowledge-intensive 
systems and services for the semantic web, knowledge management, e-business, 
natural language processing, intelligent information integration, etc. This 
year, EKAW will pay special attention to topics related to knowledge and 
artificial intelligence.

Besides the regular conference tracks, EKAW will host a number of workshops and 
tutorials on topics related to the theme of the conference. We hope our 
workshops to provide an informal setting where participants have the 
opportunity to discuss specific technical topics in an atmosphere that fosters 
the active exchange of ideas; and tutorials to enable attendees to fully 
appreciate current issues, main schools of thought, and possible application 
areas.

Topics of Interest
In order to meet these goals, workshop/tutorial proposals should address topics 
that satisfy the following criteria:
• the falls in the general scope of EKAW 2018;
• there is a clear focus on a specific technology, problem or application;
• there is a sufficiently large community interested in the topic.

Submission Guidelines
Proposals should be submitted via EasyChair at: 
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ekaw2018wst Submissions should be a 
single PDF file of no more than 5 pages, specifying "Workshop Proposal" or 
"Tutorial Proposal", and should contain the following information.

Workshop proposals:
• Title.
• Abstract (200 words).
• Motivation on why the topic is of particular interest at this time and its 
relation to the main conference topics.
• Workshop format, discussing the mix of events such as paper presentations, 
invited talks, panels, and general discussion.
• Intended audience and expected number of participants.
• List of (potential) members of the program committee (at least 50% have to be 
confirmed at the time of the proposal, confirmed participants should be marked 
specifically).
• Indication of whether the workshop should be considered for a half-day or 
full-day.
• The tentative dates (submission, notification, camera-ready deadline, etc.)
• Past versions of the workshop, including URLs as well as number of 
submissions and acceptance rates.
• Details of the organisers (name, affiliation, email address, homepage) and 
short CV.

• We strongly advise having more than one organiser, preferably from different 
institutions, bringing different perspectives to the workshop topic.
• We welcome, and will prioritise, workshops with creative structures and 
organisations that attract various types of contributions and ensure rich 
interactions.

Tutorial proposals:
• Title.
• Abstract (200 words).
• Relation to the conference topics, i.e. why it will be of interest to the 
conference attendants.
• If the tutorial, or a very similar tutorial, has been given elsewhere, 
explanation of the benefit of presenting it again to the EKAW community.
• Overview of content, description of the aims, presentation style, 
potential/preferred prerequisite knowledge.
• Indication on whether the tutorial should be considered for a half-day or 
full-day.
• Intended audience and expected number of participants.
• Audio-visual or technical requirements and any special room requirements (for 
hands-on sessions, any software needed and download sites must be provided by 
the tutorial presenters).
• Details of the presenters (name, affiliation, email address, homepage) and 
short CV including also their expertise, experiences in teaching and in 
tutorial presentation.

Workshop Organiser Responsibilities
The organisers of accepted workshops are expected to:
• prepare a workshop webpage (linked to the official EKAW website) containing 
the call for papers and detailed information about the workshop organisation 
and timelines.
• be responsible for the workshop publicity.
• be responsible for their own reviewing process, decide upon the final program 
content and report the number of submissions and accepted papers to the 
workshop chair.
• be responsible for publishing electronic proceedings (e.g. on the CEUR-WS 
website).
• ensure workshop participants are informed they have to register to the main 
conference and the workshop.
• schedule, attend and coordinate their entire workshop.

Tutorial Organisers Responsibilities
The proposers of accepted tutorials are expected to
• prepare a tutorial webpage (linked to the official EKAW website) containing 
detailed information about the tutorial
• prepare the tutorial materials
• publicity distribute materials to participants
• schedule, attend and coordinate their tutorial.

Important Dates
• Proposals due: 9 May, 2018
• Notifications: 23 May 2018

Suggested Timeline for Workshops
• Workshop website up and calls: 1 June 2018
• Deadline to submit Papers to Workshops: 8 September 2018
• Acceptance of Papers for Workshops: 1 October 2018
• Workshop days: 12 or 13 November 2018

Chairs
• Manuel Atencia, Université Grenoble Alpes & Inria, France
• Marieke van Erp, KNAW Humanities Cluster, The Netherlands

Contact:
ekaw2018...@easychair.org


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Digital Humanities Lab
KNAW Humanities Cluster

http://www.mariekevanerp.com

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