Today we announced the winners of this year’s Triplification Challenge, which have been selected from 23 submissions.
Open Government Data Track
- Winner: Richard Cyganiak, Fadi Maali and Vassilios Peristeras, “Self-Service Linked Government Data with dcat and Gridworks”
- Honorary Mention: Christoph Boehm, Felix Naumann, Markus Freitag, Stefan George, Norman Höfler, Martin Köppelmann, Claudia Lehmann, Andrina Mascher and Tobias Schmidt, “Linking Open Government Data: What Journalists Wish They Had Known”
- Honorary Mention: Alexander De Leon, Victor Saquicela, Luis M. Vilches-BlÃ¡zquez, Boris VillazÃ³n-Terrazas, Freddy Priyatna, Oscar Corcho, Carlos Buil, Jose Mora and Jean Paul Calbimonte, “Geographical Linked Data: a Spanish Use Case”
- Winner: Danh Le Phuoc, “Live Open Linked Sensor database”
- Winner: Pablo Mendes, Pavan Kapanipathi and Alexandre Passant, “Twarql: Tapping Into the Wisdom of the Crowd”
- Honorary Mention: Oktie Hassanzadeh, Reynold S. Xin, Christian Fritz, Yang Yang and RenÃ©e J. Miller, “Bib Base Triplified”
We thank all participants for their submissions, which were of extraordinary high quality, and we also thank the members of the reviewer committee for their help in selecting the winners. We are also increadibly thankful to the sponsors of this years prices: Wolters Kluwer, Semantic Universe.
We are very looking forward to next year’s challenge, which will again be organized in conjunction with the annual I-Semantics conference in Graz in September 2011.