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International Semantic Web Conference
AbbreviationISWC
DisciplineSemantic Web
Publication details
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
History2002-
Frequencyannual
no

The International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) is a series of academic conferences and the premier international forum, for the Semantic Web, Linked Data and Knowledge Graph Community.[1][2][3] Here, scientists, industry specialists, and practitioners meet to discuss the future of practical, scalable, user-friendly, and game changing solutions.[4] Its proceedings are published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science by Springer-Verlag.

Overview[edit]

ISWC conferences
Conference Date Place Proceedings Awards Notes
ISWC 2021 October/November United States Albany, New York, USA
ISWC 2020 2-6 November Greece Athens, Greece, Greece LNCS vol. 12506, LNCS vol. 12507 Best Paper: Ronald Denaux, Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez: Linked Credibility Reviews for Explainable Misinformation Detection[5]

Best Student Paper: Timo Homburg, Steffen Staab, Daniel Janke: GeoSPARQL+: Syntax, Semantics and System for Integrated Querying of Graph, Raster and Vector Data[6]

ISWC 2019 26-30 October New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand, New Zealand LNCS vol. 11778, LNCS vol.11779 Best Paper: Julien Corman, Fernando Florenzano, Juan L. Reutter and Ognjen Savkovic: Validating SHACL constraints over a SPARQL endpoint[7]

Best Student Paper: Hernan Vargas, Carlos Buil Aranda, Aidan Hogan and Claudia López: RDF Explorer: A Visual Query Builder for Semantic Web Knowledge Graphs[8]

Vito Walter Anelli, Tommaso Di Noia, Eugenio Di Sciascio, Azzurra Ragone and Joseph Trotta: How to make latent factors interpretable by feeding Factorization machines with knowledge graphs[9]

ISWC 2018 08-12 October United States Monterey, California, USA LNCS vol.11136, LNCS vol.11137 Best Paper: Sumit Bhatia, Purusharth Dwivedi and Avneet Kaur: That’s interesting, tell me more! Finding descriptive support passages for explaining knowledge graph relationships[10]

Best Student Paper: Jaime Salas and Aidan Hogan: Canonicalisation of monotone SPARQL queries[11]

ISWC 2017 21-25 October Austria Vienna, Austria LNCS vol.10587, LNCS vol.10588 Best Paper: Olaf Hartig, Ian Letter and Jorge Pérez: A Formal Framework for Comparing Linked Data Fragments[12]

Best Student Paper: Stephan Baier, Volker Tresp and Yunpu Ma: Improving Visual Relationship Detection using Semantic Modeling of Scene Descriptions[13]

ISWC 2016 17-21 October Japan Kobe, Japan LNCS vol.9981, LNCS vol.9982 Best Paper: Renzo Angles and Claudio Gutierrez: The multiset semantics of SPARQL patterns[14]

Linhong Zhu, Majid Ghasemi-Gol, Pedro Szekely, Aram Galstyan and Craig A. Knoblock: Unsupervised Entity Resolution on Multi-type Graphs[15]

Best Student Paper: Lei Zhang, Achim Rettinger, and Ji Zhang: A Probabilistic Model for Time-Aware Entity Recommendation[16]

ISWC 2015 11–15 October United States Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA LNCS vol.9366, LNCS vol.9367 Best Paper: L. Rietveld, W. Beek, and S. Schlobach: LOD Lab: Experiments at LOD Scale [17]

Best Student Paper: Y. Roussakis, I. Chrysakis, K. Stefanidis, G. Flouris, and Y. Starakas: A Flexible Framework for Understanding the Dynamics of Evolving RDF Datasets[18]

ISWC 2014 19–23 October Italy Riva del Garda, Italy LNCS vol.8796, LNCS vol.8797 Best Paper: Ricardo Usbeck, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Michael Röder, Daniel Gerber, Sandro Athaide Coelho, Sören Auer and Andreas Both: AGDISTIS - Graph-Based Disambiguation of Named Entities using Linked Data[19]

Best Student Paper: Juan F. Sequeda, Marcelo Arenas and Daniel P. Miranker: OBDA: Query Rewriting or Materialization? In Practice, Both![20]

ISWC 2013 21–25 October Australia Sydney, Australia LNCS vol.8218, LNCS vol.8219 Best Paper: Carsten Lutz, Inanc Seylan, David Toman and Frank Wolter: The Combined Approach to OBDA: Taming Role Hierarchies using Filters.[21]

Best Student Paper: Jay Pujara, Hui Miao, Lise Getoor, William Cohen: Knowledge Graph Identification[22]

ISWC 2012 11–15 November United States Boston, USA LNCS vol. 7649, LNCS vol. 7650 Best Paper: Rahul Parundekar, Craig Knoblock and José Luis Ambite: Discovering Concept Coverings in Ontologies of Linked Data Sources [23]

Best Student Paper: Jean Christoph Jung and Carsten Lutz: Ontology-Based Access to Probabilistic Data with OWL QL[24]

ISWC 2011 23–27 October Germany Bonn, Germany LNCS vol. 7031, LNCS vol. 7032 Best Paper: Mohamed Morsey, Jens Lehmann, Sören Auer and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo: DBpedia SPARQL Benchmark Performance Assessment with Real Queries on Real Data[25]

Best Student Paper: Chiara Del Vescovo, Damian Gessler, Pavel Klinov, Bijan Parsia, Ulrike Sattler, Thomas Schneider and Andrew Winget: Decomposition and Modular Structure of BioPortal Ontologies[26]

ISWC 2010 7–11 November China Shanghai, China LNCS vol. 6496, LNCS vol. 6497 Best Paper: Shenghui Wang and Paul Groth: Measuring the dynamic bi-directional influence between content and social networks[27]

Best Student Paper: Heather S. Packer, Nicholas Gibbins and Nicholas R. Jennings: Forgetting Fragments from Evolving OWL Ontologies [28]

ISWC 2009 25–29 October United States Washington, DC, USA LNCS vol. 5823 Best Paper: Ugur Kuter and Jennifer Golbeck: Semantic Web Service Composition in Social Environments[29]

Best Student Paper: Vicky Papavassiliou, Giorgos Flouris, Irini Fundulaki, Dimitris Kotzinos, and Vassilis Christophides: On Detecting High-Level Changes in RDF/S KBs [30]

ISWC 2008 26-30, October Germany Karlsruhe, Germany LNCS vol. 5318 Best Paper: Matthew Horridge, Bijan Parsia and Ulrike Sattler: Laconic and Precise Justifications in OWL[31]
ISWC 2007 11–15 November South Korea Busan, South Korea LNCS vol. 4825 Best Paper: Dimitris Zeginis, Yannis Tzitzikas, and Vassilis Christophides: On the Foundations of Computing Deltas between RDF models[32]

Best Student Paper: Sean Falconer and Margaret-Anne Storey: A cognitive support framework for ontology mapping[33]

Held together with ASWC 2007.
ISWC 2006 5–9 November United States Athens, Georgia, USA LNCS vol. 4273 Best Paper: Marcelo Arenas, Jorge Perez and Claudio Gutierrez: Semantics and Complexity of SPARQL[34]
ISWC 2005 6–10 November Republic of Ireland Galway, Ireland LNCS vol. 3729 Best Paper: Peter Mika: Ontologies are us: A unified model of social networks and semantics[35]
ISWC 2004 7–11 November Japan Hiroshima, Japan LNCS vol. 3298 Best Paper: Y. Guo, Z. Pan, and J. Heflin: An Evaluation of Knowledge Base Systems for Large OWL Datasets[36]
ISWC 2003 20–23 October United States Sanibel Island, USA LNCS vol. 2870 Best Paper: Aimilia Magkanaraki, Val Tannen, Vassilis Christophides, Dimitris Plexousakis: Viewing the Semantic Web through RVL Lenses[37]
ISWC 2002 9–12 June Italy Sardinia, Italy LNCS vol. 2342 Best Paper: Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Jérôme Siméon: Building the Semantic Web on XML[38]

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