[DL] Call for session proposals: 4th U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium, us2ts 2022

Pascal Hitzler phitzler at googlemail.com
Fri Oct 15 23:53:35 CEST 2021


The us2ts Symposium series is an emerging premier forum for fostering 
community between academic, industry and government researchers and 
practitioners in the US that develop or apply semantic technologies. 
Participants come from academia, industry and other organizations and 
from a multitude of disciplines including computer science, natural 
sciences, geoscience, biology, library science, food science, biomedical 
and health care sciences, social sciences and the humanities, and many 
others. Discussions at the symposium cover core topics such as the 
Semantic Web, Ontologies, Knowledge Graphs, Linked Data and AI on the 
Web, Privacy and Trust, etc., as well as the intersection of such topics 
with areas such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial 
Intelligence, and Blockchains. The program is largely communit-driven, 
based on session proposals received by the organizers.

The us2ts 2022 organizational committee invites your session proposals 
for the 2022 edition of us2ts to be held on March 9-11, 2022 in East 
Lansing, Michigan State University, MI, USA. Please see 
https://us2ts.org/2022/contribute for details. Sessions can be working 
sessions, hackathons, tutorials, challenges (bring your own "sharks" for 
a panel!), education and technology discussions, etc.

Participants can furthermore contribute through lightening talks and 
posters, as detailed on the event website at https://us2ts.org

As is customary with this series, registration costs will be kept to a 
minimum. We also expect to have some travel funding available for junior 
researchers (students, postdocs, assistant professors). The event will 
be held in-person.

-- 
Pascal Hitzler
Lloyd T. Smith Creativity in Engineering Chair
Director, Center for AI and Data Science
Kansas State University   http://www.pascal-hitzler.de
http://www.daselab.org    http://www.semantic-web-journal.net


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