[DL] DATALOG 2.0 Call for Papers ** DEADLINE EXTENSION **

Gregory Gelfond ggelfond at unomaha.edu
Wed Feb 13 17:09:11 CET 2019

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Deadlines extended!

Register your papers by February 26, and submit them by March 25.


                              CALL FOR PAPERS

                        3rd International Workshop on
             the Resurgence of Datalog in Academia and Industry

                             Datalog 2.0 2019


                     June 3-5, 2019, Philadelphia, USA

                        Co-located with LPNMR 2019
                                  at the
                       Philadelphia Logic Week 2019



  Datalog 2.0 is a workshop for Datalog researchers, implementors,
  and users. Its aim is to bring together researchers and practitioners
  interested in different aspects of Datalog to share research experiences,
  promote collaboration and identify directions for joint future research.

  The 3rd International Workshop on the Resurgence of Datalog in Academia and
  Industry (Datalog 2.0 2019) will be held in Philadelphia, USA, on June 3-5,
  2019. Datalog 2.0 2019 is a major event of the Philadelphia Logic Week 2019,
  which is dedicated to the research on logic, knowledge representation, and
  reasoning. The other major event of the Philadelphia Logic Week 2019 is the
  15th International Conference on Logic Programming and Non-monotonic Reasoning
  (LPNMR 2019).

  The first edition of Datalog 2.0 was held in Oxford, UK, in 2010, and it
  was by invitation only. Since Datalog has resurrected as a lively topic
  with applications in many different areas of computer science, as well as
  industry, the second edition of the workshop, which was held in Vienna,
  Austria, in 2012, was open for submissions.


  Michael Gelfond, Texas Tech University, USA
  (more to be announced)


  Authors are invited to submit papers presenting original and unpublished
  research on the foundational aspects of Datalog, as well as on its applications
  in other areas of computer science and in industry. Potential areas of
  application of Datalog may include (among others):

  data management, data mining, knowledge representation and reasoning,
  cloud computing, distributed computing, logic programming, privacy and security,
  probabilistic reasoning, program analysis, programming languages, semantic web,
  social networks, streaming, verification, web services. 


  Datalog 2.0 2019 welcomes two types of submissions

    * Long papers of up to 12 pages, presenting original research
    * Short papers of up to 5 pages that may contain either original ongoing research 
      or recently published results

  in the following categories

    * Technical papers
    * System descriptions
    * Application descriptions

  The indicated number of pages includes title page and references. All submissions 
  will be peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be submitted for publication in the CEUR
  Workshop proceedings (http://ceur-ws.org). Authors can opt-out if desired.
  At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the workshop to present the work.
  Submissions must be written in English, and formatted according to Springer's
  guidelines and technical instructions available at:


  Paper submission is enabled via the Datalog 2.0 2019 EasyChair site:

  The journal Theory and Practice of Logic Programming (TPLP) will devote a special
  issue for a joint event of LPNMR/Datalog 2.0. Four to six papers will be selected
  for a rapid publication. In case of invited papers for a rapid publication in TPLP,
  there should be at least 30% new content compared to the published workshop paper.
  The extra material should consist of extensions of the existing material such as proofs,
  further experimental results, and implementation details. New results could be 
  included too, if appropriate. Authors invited to submit to the special issue should
  confirm that such extra material is available.


  WWW: https://sites.sju.edu/plw/datalog/
  Email: datalog2019 at easychair.org


  Paper registration: February 26 (was February 12)
  Paper submission: March 5 (was February 19)
  Notification: April 2 (was March 19)
  Final versions due: April 30 (was April 16)


  Philadelphia, or the "City of Brotherly Love," is the sixth-largest city in the 
  United States and once served as the nation's capital. Philadelphia is an active 
  historical and cultural hub, and has been striving for excellence since 1776.
  The city's rich history of knowledge and academic prowess has never diminished
  as it continues to promote and foster higher education. Visitors can explore 
  various attractions in and around Philadelphia, such as the Philadelphia Museum
  of Art, the Franklin Institute, the Barnes Foundation, the Reading Terminal Market,
  and much more.

  Located on the East Coast of the U.S., between New York City and Washington D.C.,
  Philadelphia is easily reachable by air, train, and car. As a testament to
  Philadelphia's commitment to educational advancement, Datalog 2.0 2019 will be held
  in one of the city's top colleges, Saint Joseph's University. Saint Joseph's 
  campus is located at the outskirts of the city, in an area that features historic homes, 
  green areas, and a quick connection to Philadelphia's Center City and Old City.


  Nicola Leone, University of Calabria, Italy


  Mario Alviano, University of Calabria, Italy
  Andreas Pieris, University of Edinburgh, UK


  Gregory Gelfond, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA


  Chitta Baral, Arizona State University, USA
  Pablo Barceló, University of Chile, Chile
  Leopoldo Bertossi, Carleton University, Canada and RelationalAI Inc.
  Meghyn Bienvenu, University of Montpellier, France
  Marco Calautti, University of Edinburgh, UK
  Andrea Calì, University of London, Birkbeck College, UK
  Rada Chirkova, North Carolina State University, USA
  Claire David, Universite Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallee, France
  Cristina Feier, University of Bremen, Germany
  Markus Krötzsch, TU Dresden, Germany
  Georg Lausen, University of Freiburg, Germany
  Domenico Lembo, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
  Yanhong A. Liu, Stony Brook University, USA
  Carsten Lutz, University of Bremen, Germany
  Marco Manna, University of Calabria, Italy
  Marie-Laure Mugnier, University of Montpellier, France
  Reinhard Pichler, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  Emanuel Sallinger, University of Oxford, UK
  Mantas Simkus, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  Mirek Truszczynski, University of Kentucky, USA
  Stijn Vansummeren, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

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