Joint Workshops on Semantic Web and Big Data Technologies: Agenda

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Monday Sept. 22nd, 2014 - 9:00 - 17:30, Room 28.04


9:00 - 10:00 - Room 28.04

Keynote I:

  • Programming the Global Brain Semantic Web: Large-Scale Graph-based Human-Machine Computation
    Abraham Bernstein, Universität Zürich

10:30 - 11:05 - Room 38.04

Workshop 1: Modelling and Optimization of High-Complex systems
Chair: Ulrich Geske, Uni Potsdam; Ulrich John, HWTK Berlin; Armin Wolf, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin

  • Nine Interaction Guidelines for the Design of Human Computer Interaction in Detailed Scheduling Systems
    Anna Prenzel, Georg Ringwelski

  • Constraintbasiertes Energiemanagement – Eigen­verbrauchsoptimierung und Demand Side Response
    Armin Wolf


11:05 - 12:00 - Room 38.04

Workshop 2: Data Management and Electronic Resource Management in Libraries
Chair: Thomas Riechert, HTWK Leipzig; Jens Mittelbach, SLUB Dresden; Leander Seige, Universität Leipzig; Torsten Hartmann, Avantgarde Labs GmbH, Dresden

  • Design and Implementation of a Library Metadata Management Framework and its Application in Fuzzy Data Deduplication and Data Reconciliation with Authority Data
    Martin Czygan

  • AMSL – Managing Electronic Resources for Libraries Based on Semantic Web
    Andreas Nareike, Natanael Arndt, Norman Radtke, Sebastian Nuck, Leander Seige, Thomas Riechert

  • Quantitative Analyses in Global and Area Studies using Graph-based Filtering of Heterogeneous Catalogue Data
    Thomas Efer, Ninja Steinbach-Hüther


10:30 - 12:00 - Room 0.457

Workshop 3: Applications of Semantic Technologies
Chair: Stefan Zander, Verónica Rivera-Pelayo, Ignacio Traverso-Ribón, Jürgen Bock, alle FZI Karlsruhe; Rudi Studer, KIT Karlsruhe

  • SemwidgJS: A Semantic Widget Library for the Rapid Development of User Interfaces for Linked Open Data
    Timo Stegemann, Jürgen Ziegler

  • Facility Management in the Context of Self-Organisation
    Eric Forkel, Janek Götze, Michael Clauß, Christian-Andreas Schumann

Semantic Service Manager – Enabling Semantic Web Technologies in Multi-Agent Systems
Nils Masuch, Christian Kuster, Sahin Albayrak


13:30 - 15:00 - Room 38.04

Workshop 4: FoRESEE: Future Search Engines
Chair: Andreas Both, Unister GmbH; Martin Gaedke, TU Chemnitz; Rainer Groh, TU Dresden; Matthias Hagen, Bauhaus-Uni Weimar

  • Aspect Grid: A Visualization for Iteratively Refining Aspect-Based Queries on Document Collections
    Florian Haag, Qi Han, Markus John, Thomas Ertl

  • Architecture and applications of the Parallel Distributed Image Search Engine (ParaDISE)
    Roger Schaer, Dimitrios Markonis, Henning Müller

  • Search Ontology - a new approach towards Semantic Search
    Alexandr Uciteli, Christoph Goller, Patryk Burek, Sebastian Siemoleit, Breno Faria, Halyna Galanzina, Timo Weiland, Doreen Drechsler-Hake, Wolfram Bartussek, Heinrich Herre

  • Semantik-gestützte Analyse von und Suche in Kundenspezifikationen im Maschinenbau
    Martin Voigt, Daniel Hladky

  • Visual Innovations for Product Search Interfaces
    Mandy Keck, Martin Herrmann, Dana Henkens, Severin Taranko, Viet Nguyen, Fred Funke, Steffi Schattenberg, Andreas Both, Rainer Groh


13:30 - 15:00 - Room 0.457

Sitzung 5: Big Data in Mobility and Logistics
Chair: Natalja Kleiner, Thomas Setzer, Anne Meyer, alle FZI , Karlsruhe; Hansjörg Fromm, Kai Furmans, beide KIT, Karlsruhe

  • Big Data in Logistics - Identifying Potentials through Literature, Case Study and Expert Interview Analyses
    Volker Frehe, Thorsten Kleinschmidt, Frank Teuteberg

  • Towards a Big Data-based Technical Customer Service Management
    Deniz Özcan, Michael Fellmann, Oliver Thomas

  • Insights, Analytics & Modelling - Wie Reisende den ICE nutzen und nutzen werden
    Jürgen Antes, Robert T. Firla, Martin Thust


15:30 - 17:30 - Room 38.04

Keynote II und Paneldiskussion:

  • Graphs, Language & Metadata – Where Semantics and BigData Intersect
    Valentin Zacharias, codecentric AG

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