We solicit short papers describing innovative ongoing research, position papers, suggestions for shared tasks and benchmarks, as well as practical reports about application of knowledge graph technology.
Papers have to be:
- limited to 5 pages,
- formatted in the CEUR-WS compatible format
- and submitted as PDF through the EasyChair Conference Submission System.
Note that at least one author of each accepted paper must register for the Workshop.
All accepted papers will be included in proceedings through CEUR-WS.org for open-access online publication and distribution before the workshop day. The copyright will remain with the authors.
Upon acceptance, at least one author of each accepted paper must register for the Workshop.
Contributions will be evaluated according to criteria of novelty, soundness, and potential:
- Novelty: Is this something the community may not know and worth knowing?
- Soundness: Is it supported by evidence or convincinglly argued?
- Potential: Is this worth knowing and disseminating?
Preference will be given to papers that describe research in an ongoing stage with the highest potential for turning into a full paper next year.