We solicit two kinds of contributions: research papers and talk abstracts.
(1) Research papers describing innovative ongoing research, position papers, shared tasks and benchmarks, as well as practical reports about application of knowledge graph technology.
Papers have to be:
- limited to 5 pages (plus 1 page of only citations and screenshots)
- single-blind or double-blind
- formatted in CEUR-WS compatible format (http://kg4ir.github.io/template/)
- and submitted as PDF through the EasyChair Conference Submission System (please select research paper category): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=kg4ir0
(2) Talk abstracts about future trends, tasks, and open problems, as well as talk abstracts about papers simultaneously submitted to the KG4IR Special Issue KG4IR at the Information Retrieval Journal.
Talk abstracts have to be:
- limited to 1 page including citations
- indicate dual submission to the KG4IR Special Issue
- formatted in CEUR-WS compatible format
- and submitted as PDF through the EasyChair Conference Submission System (please select talk abstract category).
Contingent on consent of the authors, all accepted papers and talk abstracts 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.
Latex Template for Submission
To ensure the copyright stays with the authors, please use this template for submission and camera-ready version.
We will offer one submission deadline for both research papers and talk abstracts.
Submission deadline: May 4, 2018 Reviews due: May 25, 2018 Notifications: May 28, 2018
Camera-ready version: June 8, 2018 Workshop day: July 12, 2017 Conference: July 8 - July 12
Contributions will be evaluated according to criteria of novelty, utility, and soundness:
- Novelty: Is this something the community does not already know?
- Utility: Is this something worth knowing and disseminating?
- Soundness: Is it believably true or at least convincingly argued?
For research papers, preference will be given to papers in an ongoing state with the highest potential for turning into a full conference paper next year.
For talk abstracts, preference will be given to forward-looking discussions on new trends, future applications and tasks, and so far overlooked open problems.
Dual Submission to the KG4IR Special Issue at the Information Retrieval Journal
Authors planning a submission to the KG4IR Special Issue in the Information Retrieval Journal, we offer the opportunity to simultaneously submit a talk abstract to the KG4IR workshop. In this case, please indicate the paper title of the journal submission when submitting the talk abstract.
Special Issue Call for Papers