Recent crises such as the Covid 19 pandemic wave and the Russia-Ukraine war have not only put supply chains and economic value networks to the test. They have also shown the need to increase the flexibility of technical infrastructures, energy supply, healthcare systems and social structures alike. Currently, many economic and social sectors are constantly challenged by recession fears, political decisions, and environmental disasters to prove their resilience and to evolve and transform to cope with change.
The D2R2’23 workshop is organized by the CoyPu project and will provide an open forum to share current issues, ideas, and trends on the topic of data-driven resilience research. Scientists, software engineers, resilience practitioners, and domain experts will come together to explore the topic from all angles. Ongoing technological developments, current research approaches as well as application scenarios and field reports will be presented to be discussed afterwards with a broad audience of experts.
You are invited to submit papers on new findings and ongoing work, as well as position papers that address various aspects of data-driven resilience research from a scientific or practitioner perspective.
Call for Participation
Find more information here.
- submission: March 9, 2023
- notification: April 13, 2023
Topics of Interest (all in the context of Resilience Research)
- Information Visualization and Dashboard Technologies based on Knowledge Graphs (KGs)
- KG and Data Modelling
- Vocabulary, Schema and Ontology Engineering
- Data Pipeline Architectures leading to KGs
- Hybrid Artificial Intelligence
- Natural Language Processing for or using KGs
- Trend Mining and Analytics in KGs
- User Interaction with KGs
- Supply Chain Data Management
- Versioning and Co-Evolution of Linked Data and KGs
- Provenance Tracking and Exploitation of KGs
- Corporate Memory and Big Data/Linked Data Integration
- Data Curation for KGs
- Applications of these technologies to increase resilience and sustainability
Organization & Submission
The workshop is planned as a half day onsite event with a target of 8 paper presentations and one keynote. The Knowledge Graph release party will be organized after the workshop and will give enough room for discussion on the topic.
- Maximum 10 pages (full papers) or 5 pages (short papers, discussion papers).
- Papers must be formatted as PDF according to the CEUR-ART format one-column style.
- Reviews will be carried out in a single-blind mode. Submission of supplementary source code and data is appreciated.
- Accepted contributions are planned to be published in the Open Access CEUR proceedings.
- At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop to present their work.
Submission via easychair.org: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=d2r2-23
- Julia Holze (InfAI e.V.)
- Ricardo Usbeck (University of Hamburg)
- Sören Auer (Director of the TIB)
- Sebastian Tramp (eccenca GmbH)
- Natanael Arndt (eccenca GmbH)
We are looking forward to your contribution and to meet you!
With kind regards,
D2R2’23 Workshop Organization Team