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AISB event Bulletin Item

Call for Demos: ESWC 2007 European Semantic Web Conference

Call for Demos at ESWC2007

    ESWC 2007
    4th European Semantic Web Conference
    3 - 7 June 2007
    Innsbruck (Austria)

Besides the referred paper and poster tracks, ESWC asks for demonstrations
of semantic web ideas to applied to real world problems. This includes
applications, demonstrations of innovative technologies or infrastructure
that supports the deployment of semantic web applications in any area
covered by topics of interest for ESWC2007.

All demonstrations must show relevance, novelty and significance.

== Submissions

Submissions are to be sent to by noon, Monday
April 2nd. They must contain:

    * A description of the demonstration, including a statement of its
      cnovelty and relevance.
    * An RDF description

The RDF metadata must include at least a DOAP description [DOAP] and
include contact email using FOAF [FOAF].

The description should be 2-sides or less (excluding screen shots), or a
draft poster with a covering note stating the contribution.

We accept only submissions in the PDF or HTML formats.

== Late breaking news

A few items of late breaking news may also be accepted. To be acceptable
for a poster presentation of late breaking news, a submission must include:

    * Draft poster or 2-side description of the new item
    * A statement as why the submission is timely.

Material submitted to the main paper and poster tracks will not be accepted.

Posters for late breaking news will not be published as part of the conference

== Dates

Demo day: Monday 4th June

Important Dates:

    * Deadline for demo submission: noon Monday April 2nd
    * Notification: May 2nd
    * Demo day: Monday 4th June

Review Committee

    Andy Seaborne (Chair) -- Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
    Chris Bizer           -- Freie Universitt Berlin
    Alberto Reggiori      -- asemantics
    Arjohn Kampman        -- Aduna
    Steve Harris          -- garlik
    Rob Shearer           -- University of Manchester

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