Recent Trends in Semantic Web and Knowledge Graphs
Aims of the Special Issue:
This special issue will explore current research on Semantic Web and Knowledge Graphs (KG). That research area is expanding thanks to the hybridization of knowledge engineering outcomes that have been maturing in the last years with the recent advances in language models that come from the new techniques in the field of machine learning and deep Learning. Focusing on that intersection, the Special Issue brings a unique perspective to the convergence of these two research streams.
Further, papers will be selected from the following topics:
Semantic Web, KG, RDF, Ontology, Reasoning, SPARQL, KG embeddings, language models and KGs, applications of KGs, engineering KG supported systems
Dr. Sanju Tiwari [email protected]
Dr. Sanju Tiwari is a Senior Researcher at Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico. Her current research interests include, ontology engineering, knowledge graphs, linked data generation and publication, question/answering. She has published 50 research papers and 3 Scopus indexed Books. She is also editing an Elsevier and ISTE book on Semantic Web in IoT.
She is working as a General Chair (KGSWC 2020-22, EGETC-2022), and Program Chair, Workshop Chair, Publicity Chair, Steering Committee and PC Member in different International Conferences, including SEMANTiCS 2019-22, ESWC2021-22, VLDB-2022 CIKM2020-21, AICCSA-2021, JOWO-2021, BiDEDE-2022, FTSE-2021, AMLDA-2021, RTIP2R-2021.
Miguel Angel Sicilia [email protected]
Dr. Sicilia is a Professor in Computer Science, University of Alcalá. He has developed his research activity in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and analytics applied to different areas, including learning, health, computational science, command and control systems, and information security. He is currently serving as an editor in chief of Data Technologies and Applications and editorial advisory board member of The Electronic Library. He is an initiator and steering committee member of the MTSR conference series.
Fernando Ortiz-Rodriguez Ferortiz@uat.edu.mx
Dr. Ortiz-Rodriguez is a full professor and Social Science Research Center Director at Tamaulipas Autonomous University. Before this, he was the Executive Director at the International Institute of Studies (IIES). He is a member of National Systems Researchers (SNI) of the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT). He published several articles, book chapters, and books in prestigious editorials. Additionally, he has more than ten software patents. He received a Latin-American award (U-Gob) 2021 and 2022 for implementing and developing software to help with Covid-19 diagnosis in Mexico.
Submission Open: December 1, 2022
Submission Deadline: March 1, 2023
Authors Notification: April 15, 2023
Revised Version: May 15, 2023
Final Decision: June 30, 2023