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AISB event Bulletin Item

CF System Demos : 5th European Semantic Web Conference ESWC 2008

Call for System Demos             5th European Semantic Web Conference
01 - 05 June 2008
Tenerife (Spain)

The ESWC is the leading European Conference on Theory, Practice and
Applications of Semantic Web Technologies, constantly attracting a
high number of high quality submissions and participants from academia
and industry.

Besides the research paper and poster tracks, ESWC asks for
demonstrations of semantic web systems and applications. This includes
applications, demonstrations of innovative technologies or
infrastructures that support the deployment of semantic web
applications in any area covered by topics of interest for ESWC'08.

To submit a demo to ESWC'08, the authors are requested to submit a
demo description. The description must be submitted as a PDF file; it
must be formatted in LNCS style, and it must be no longer than 5 pages

The demo descriptions will be published as part of the ESWC'08
proceedings. As such, quality assurance will be strict, and the demos
will be subject to review by a separate Programme Committee. All demos
must show relevance, novelty and significance. The descriptions should
contain sections answering the following questions, as appropriate:
1. What is the research background and application context of the
2. What is the employed key technology, and how does it relate to
pre-existing work?
3. What exactly will be demonstrated?
4. What exactly will a visitor of the demonstration learn?

Submission and reviewing of demo descriptions will be electronic via
the ESWC'08 conference submissions site at

Important Dates

Submission of demo descriptions: January 11, 2008
Notification:                    February 29, 2008
Camera Ready:                    March 14, 2008

Joerg Hoffmann (ESWC 2008 Demonstrations Chair)