[US2TS 2020] Early Registration at the U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium 2020

3rd U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium 2020

9 – 11 March 2020, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina.

US2TS 2nd Call for Registration

** Registration

Early Registration deadline: Jan 31, 2020.
Registration link: http://us2ts.org/registration

We are pleased to announce the diverse contributed sessions that will be held during the 3rd U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium 2020 event. The full list of these, with organizers and tentative details, are available at the US2TS Website.

We are also pleased that Dr. Louiqa Raschid will present one of the keynotes at US2TS 2020. Dr. Raschid is a professor at the University of Maryland where she holds appointments in the Smith School of Business, the Institute of Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS) and the Department of Computer Science. Dr. Raschid has made pioneering contributions towards tackling data integration, data management and data mining challenges in multiple non-traditional domains, spanning the fields of computer science, business information systems, the life sciences and health sciences, humanitarian disaster relief, human behavior modeling within social streams, and the modeling and management of financial ecosystems. Dr. Raschid has also been actively involved in the Open Knowledge Network initiative.

** About US2TS

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. The interest in semantics has been strengthened by the growing dependence on the Web and the continuously increasing importance of large-scale data sharing, integration, and reuse. Participants at the US2TS come from disciplines in computer science and engineering, natural sciences, geoscience, biology, library 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 Graph, 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) and Blockchains.

** Contact

All inquiries, including questions about submissions should be emailed to contact us at 2020-org AT us2ts DOT org

We look forward to your great contributions and participation.

See you all on March 9 - 11, 2020, in Raleigh, NC!