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SeWeBMeDA 2022 : SeWeBMeDA 2022 : 5th International workshop on Semantic Web solutions for large-scale biomedical data analytics

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Link: https://sites.google.com/view/sewebmeda-2021/home?authuser=0
 
When May 29, 2022 - May 30, 2022
Where Online Streaming
Submission Deadline Feb 28, 2022
Notification Due Mar 28, 2022
Final Version Due Apr 15, 2022
Categories    bioinformatics, biomedical,   open, linked and fair data   hcls data analytics, knowledge   covid19 data/ontologies/tools
 

Call For Papers

5th online workshop on Semantic Web solutions for large-scale biomedical data analytics
co event with The Extended Semantic Web Conference-2022 (https://2022.eswc-conferences.org/)


This workshop seeks original contributions describing theoretical and practical methods and techniques that present the anatomy of large scale linked data infrastructure, which covers: the distributed infrastructure to consume, store and query large volumes of heterogeneous linked data; using indexes and graph aggregation to better understand large linked data graphs, query federation to mix internal and external data-sources, and linked data visualisation tools for health care and life sciences. It will further cover topics around data integration, data profiling, data curation, querying, knowledge discovery, ontology mapping / matching / reconciliation and data / ontology visualisation, applications / tools / technologies / techniques for life sciences and biomedical domain. SeWeBMeDA aims to provide researchers in biomedical and life science, an insight and awareness about large scale data technologies for linked data, which are becoming increasingly important for knowledge discovery in the life sciences domain.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to Semantic Web and Linked Data technologies in the following areas:

Techniques for analyzing semantic data in the life sciences, medicine and health care
Integration, analysis & data use in pursuit of challenges in the life sciences, medicine & health
Tools and applications for biomedical and life sciences
Large scale biomedical data curation and integration
Processing biomedical data at scale
Knowledge representation and knowledge discovery for biomedical data
Data and metadata publishing, profiling and new datasets in biomedical and life sciences
Question answering over biomedical & life science Linked Data, Ontologies and Knowledge Graphs
Querying and federating data over heterogeneous data sources
Biomedical ontology creation, mapping/ matching/ translation and reconciliation
Biomedical Ontology and data visualization
Building and maintaining biomedical knowledge graphs
Machine learning with biomedical knowledge graphs
Virtual and Augmented Reality in Biomedical/ Life Science education and applications
Risks and opportunities of using Semantic Web technologies in Healthcare and Life science
Data resources, tools and technologies relevant for research in ongoing Covid19 pandemic
Cleaning, quality assurance & provenance of data, services & processes in Biomedical/ Life Science
Knowledge Graphs and Relational Learning for Life Sciences
Intelligent Visualizations of Linked Life Science Data
Biomedical data quality assessment and improvement
From Semantics to Explanations in bio medicine and life science
Data streams, Internet of Things, mobile platforms, cloud environment in life science
Text analysis, text mining and reasoning using semantic technologies
New technologies and exploitation of existing ones in Linked Data and Semantic Web
Social, ethical and moral issues publishing and consuming biomedical and life sciences data

Workshop accepts four types of submissions

Full papers (up to 15 pages): Presenting novel scientific research pertaining to topics relevant for workshop topics.
Short papers (up to 8-10 pages): New system and Dataset descriptions, relevant to the topics of interest.
Demo/Poster papers (up to 4 pages): Describe a demo or poster of a tool on the workshop topics.
Position Paper (up to 6 - 8 pages).
European/ International Project Showcase (up to 6-8 pages): Introduce and disseminate the findings from ongoing and/or recently (with in last12 months of this workshop) finished project.
Work-In progress (up to 5-10 pages): Ideal opportunity to submit the incomplete results/ trends and receive feedback from experts in the area.
Submissions must be in English formatted in the style of the Springer Publications format for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). For details on the LNCS style, see Springer’s Author Instructions.

We accept PDF submissions only.

Papers should be submitted through the EasyChair system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sewebmeda22) no later than Feb, 28, 2022. Submissions will be reviewed by members of the workshop program committee. Papers will be evaluated according to their significance, originality, technical content, style, clarity, and relevance to the workshop.
Proceedings
The Proceedings of SeWeBMeDA-2022 are planned to published at CEUR Workshop Proceedings
if the accepted papers qualify the criteria



Journal Submission


Top selected manuscripts will be invited for submitting paper for the special call either at

"Journal of Biomedical Semantics" or "Journal of Data Science"

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