[Crm-sig] Call for Papers - Workshop: Extending, Mapping and Focusing the CRM (EMF- CRM2015)

Paola Ronzino p.ronzino at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 15:09:54 EEST 2015


*Workshop: Extending, Mapping and Focusing the CRM*19th International
Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL2015) September
17, 2015, Poznań, Poland

*Workshop objectives:*
The goal of the workshop is to present, discuss and take stock of the
developments of the CIDOC CRM in a number of domains. The importance of CRM
in heritage-related digital libraries and dataset infrastructures is
confirmed by the increasing number of cultural heritage institutions and
research projects adopting CRM and its extensions to foster datasets
interoperability. Recently various extensions have been presented, for
example to incorporate geographical concepts, digital provenance,
scientific applications, archaeology, built structures and scientific
reasoning. On the other hand, CRM has proved to be pivotal to natural
language processing of heritage datasets, gazetteers and thesauri, linked
open data and other methods for the use and re-use of dataset collections
for digital humanities, history and archaeology.

*Workshop format:*
The workshop is organized as a half-day event, from 13.30-18.00.

   - A position paper prepared by the organizers will present a critical
   survey of the current status of the CRM
   - Up to 10 papers, presented in 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion

*Topics:*
We invite scholars currently contributing to the development of CRM
extensions and applications as well as researchers who are currently using
and adapting CRM to specific domain needs or that are developing tools and
systems using CRM, to send their contribution and results on the following
(and related) topics:

   - CRM extensions for special uses
   - Using the CRM in specific domains or subdomains
   - Mapping existing metadata schemas to the CRM
   - Mapping repositories and tools
   - CRM and other documentation standards
   - Using CRM for gazetteers and thesauri
   - Using CRM in Linked Data
   - CRM and Natural Language Processing
   - Formalization of CRM
   - Querying, searching and faceted browsing of CRM repositories
   - Reasoning with CRM

 Other CRM-related topics may be considered as well.

*Submission instructions:*
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers related
to the above-mentioned topics.
All submissions are required to be in PDF format (10-12 pages).  The
authors are advised to use the LNCS format available from the workshop web
page:
http://vast-lab.org/emf-crm2015/

Please submit your contribution using the EasyChair online submission
system:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=emfcrm2015

Submitted papers will be reviewed by three members of the Program
Committee. All accepted papers must be presented during the workshop by a
registered participant.
Workshop proceedings will be published at CEUR WS. The possibility of
publication in print is being explored.

 *Important dates:*

   - Paper submission deadline: July 20, 2015
   - Paper acceptance notification: August 22, 2015
   - Camera-ready version of accepted papers: September 10, 2015
   - Pre-proceedings publication at CEUR-WS: October 16, 2015
   - Workshop date: September 17, 2015
   - Proceedings publication at CEUR-WS: October 5, 2015

*Organizing Committee:*

   - Franco Niccolucci (PIN, Italy). Workshop Chair
   - Martin Doerr (FORTH, Greece)
   - Sorin Hermon (The Cyprus Institute - STARC, Cyprus)

*Program Committee*

   - Chryssoula Bekiari (FORTH, Greece)
   - Ceri Binding (University of South Wales, UK)
   - Paul Cripps (University of South Wales, UK)
   - Øyvind Eide (University of Passau, Germany)
   - Achille Felicetti (PIN, Italy)
   - Reinhard Foertsch (DAI, Germany)
   - Gerald Hiebel (University of Southern California, CA)
   - Carlo Meghini (CNR-Nemis, Italy)
   - Dominic Oldman (British Museum, UK)
   - Christian-Emil Ore (University of Oslo, Norway)
   - Paola Ronzino (PIN, Italy)
   - Maria Theodoridou (FORTH, Greece)


For more detailed information about the workshop you can visit the workshop
webpage at: http://vast-lab.org/emf-crm2015/

*Contacts*
franco.niccolucci at pin.unifi.it
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