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20 - 21 September 2021, International Joint Workshop on “Semantic Web and Ontology Design for Cultural Heritage” (SWODCH 2021), Virtual and Bolzano, Italy

Date: 20 - 21 September 2021
Location: Virtual and Bolzano, Italy
Deadline: Saturday 15 May 2021

SWODCH 2021 is the association of the 2nd edition of WODHSA and the 4th edition of SW4CH. It is also in continuation of the 1st edition of ODOCH and the special issue of the Semantic Web journal on "Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage".

The purpose of WODHSA is to gather original research work about both application and foundational issues emerging from the design of conceptual models, ontologies, and Semantic Web technologies for the Digital Humanities (DH). The aim of SW4CH is to bring together stakeholders from various scientific fields, Computer Scientists, Data Scientists and Digital Humanists, involved in the development or deployment of Semantic Web solutions for Cultural Heritage. The overall goal of SWODCH 2021 is to provide a scientific forum where scholars and stakeholders will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences, and analyses, while presenting realizations and outcomes of relevant projects and discussing the related challenges.

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the workshop will have a hybrid format, allowing both physical and virtual participation.

We seek original and high-quality submissions related (but not limited) to one or more of the conference  topic areas. We will accept two different types of contributions: Research Articles for presenting original unpublished work, neither submitted to, nor accepted for, any other venue, and Extended Abstracts for presenting work in progress, brief descriptions of doctoral theses, or general overviews of research projects. All the contributions to the workshop must be submitted according to the LNCS format and must comply with the LNCS formatting guidelines.

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