Workshops

International Workshop on Big Data Management and Practice (BDMP’16):

(with SKG’16) || August 15-17, 2016 - Beijing, China

Overview:


In the past a few years, we all witness the arisen of “Big Data”, driven by the increasing availability of data from multiple sources. Today's unprecedented data volume and speed of generation make big data management a very big challenge.

BDMP 2016 workshop will bring together different participants from both academic and industry who working with Big Data. The aim is to explore the current and future challenges in data management, and solution of the adoption of Big Data technologies in various application domain. BDMP’16 will be articulated on one day workshop, preceded by one day of tutorials.

We are confident that BDMP’16 will provide the open and stimulating environment that brought together researchers, developers and users, from the various fields to discuss goals, current limits and real experiences in Big Data management and the use of Big Data technologies in practice.


Subject Areas:


We invite contributions in what concerns the following areas (please keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list):

  • Theory, model and method for big data management
  • Application-oriented big data management
  • Big metadata management
  • Smart data management and smart data modeling
  • Data-quality-driven big data process
  • Real-time big data retrieval and integration
  • Big data application in healthcare, smart city, and internet of things

Important Dates:


  • Submission: July 20, 2016

  • Notification of acceptance: July 25, 2016


Submissions:


Workshop submission will be electronic, in pdf format only. Page limitation is the same as the conference. Two-page abstractions are acceptable for submissions before the conference. Up to 8 pages full papers will be submitted after the conference, subject to the invitation from the program committee.

Please prepare your manuscripts in accordance to the IEEE guidelines: http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html. From the table provided on the IEEE webpage, please select the A4 template (column 1, row 3). We invite all prospective authors to submit their manuscripts via the BDMP’16 portal, hosted on Easychair https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=BDMP16.


Workshop proceeding:


The workshop proceedings will be published as part of the SKG 2016 conference proceedings published by IEEE Conference Publishing Services (EI indexed). More information: http://www.knowledgegrid.net/skg2016/Publication.html.


Workshop Organizers:


  • General Chair: Dr. Hai Wang, Aston University, UK
  • Program Chair: Dr. Kui Xing, Xi’an University of Post and Telecommunication, China

For enquiries, please contact H.WANG10@aston.ac.uk or xingkui@yahoo.com






The 1st International Workshop on New Generation Summarisation

(with SKG’16) || August 15-17, 2016 - Beijing, China

Overview:


Summarisation is a kind of intelligent behaviour. It is significant to study automatic summarisation systems with regard to constant expanding of texts online. Text summarisation has been studied for over a half century but it is still hard to automatically generate a satisfied summary. It is the critical time to rethink the methods of summarisation research. The rapid development of cyberspace brings new requirements and challenges to summarisation research and development. This workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas on summarization from diverse areas, to make contribution to the new generation summarization at the age of big data and artificial intelligence.

The 1st International Workshop on New Generation Summarization will be held together with the 12th International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grids, which will be held during 15-17 August 2016 in Beijing, China.


Topics:


  • (1) Semantics, knowledge, language, cognition and psychology aspects of summarisation
  • (2) New theories, principles, models and methods for summarisation
  • (3) Summarization of things (texts, data, pictures, videos, etc.)
  • (4) Visualisation innovation of summary
  • (5) Other novel theory and applications on summarisation

Important Dates:


  • Submission: July 20, 2016

  • Notification of acceptance: July 25, 2016


Submissions:


Authors should submit papers via the conference submission website: http://www.knowledgegrid.net/skg2016/submit.html. The file names of your papers should start with 'NGS-' to distinguish your papers from other papers.


Publication:


Accepted papers will be published as a part of the post-conference proceedings. In addition to regular 8 page papers, 4 page short papers and 2 pages extended abstracts are also welcomed. Short papers and extended abstracts have chance to be extended to full papers or short papers after presentation and discussion during workshop. High-quality papers have chance to be invited to submit to a journal special issue.


Registration:


Accepted papers should be registered in the conference registration website at the same rate and authors can attend the whole conference.


Program Committee:


  • Jingqiang Chen, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Yulan He, Aston University, UK
  • Xiaorui Jiang, Aston University, UK
  • Xiangfeng Luo, Shanghai University, China
  • Xiaoping Sun, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
  • Bei Xu, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Hai Zhuge, Coordinator






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