[DL] DORIC-MM 2021 workshop (7th June 2021)

Martin Thomas Horsch horsch at bawue.de
Thu Jan 28 11:34:36 CET 2021

Dear colleagues,

manuscript submission is now open for the workshop

   Domain Ontologies for Research Data Management in Industry Commons
for Materials and Manufacturing (DORIC-MM 2021),


to be held on 7th June 2021 jointly with the European Semantic Web
Conference (ESWC21). DORIC-MM 2021 is supported by the OntoCommons
project (https://ontocommons.eu/) and endorsed by the Industrial
Ontologies Foundry (IOF). Important dates:

   Manuscript submission: 1st March 2021
   Preparatory OntoCommons event (mandatory): 15th March 2021
   Camera-ready manuscripts: 9th April 2021
   DORIC-MM 2021 workshop: 7th June 2021

Manuscripts between 3 and 16 pages using the standard LaTeX "article"
class can be submitted through OpenReview

The aim of DORIC-MM 2021 is to bring together domain experts (users) who
can report on challenges from data management and developers (providers)
of ontologies and semantic tools. The workshop will comprise two invited
keynotes and a series of brief presentations and demos, followed by half
a day of discussions and joint writing. Beside workshop proceedings, the
outcome will include a registry of domain ontologies and a strategy
document. The preparatory on-line kick-off is a free half-day event,
open to anybody (and mandatory for DORIC-MM 2021 participants), that
will take place on the afternoon of 15th March 2021.

Since the DORIC-MM workshop is collocated with the ESWC conference,
participants will also be required to register for the main conference
(https://2021.eswc-conferences.org/). Financial support from OntoCommons
may be available if needed. At present, we do not expect either the
workshop or the conference to be held as an in-person event. Any
important updates will be announced on the workshop website.

In addition to the above, I would like to point you all to a form
provided by the German national research data infrastructure (NFDI)
where you can express your interest in domain ontology development:


Best wishes,

Martin Thomas Horsch

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