The Program

The program is final and only changes due to unforeseen circumstances will be made.

Day I, September 29th
09:00-09:15 Welcome introduction
09:20-10:20 Vladimir Gorodetsky, “Ontology and User Profiling in 3G Recommender Systems”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Chair: Nikita Zhiltsov
11:00-12:30 Frederik Schadd and Nico Roos, “A Feature Selection Approach for Anchor Evaluation in Ontology Mapping” Best Paper Candidate
Rustem Dautov, Iraklis Paraskakis and Mike Stannett, “Cloud Sensor Ontology and Linked Data to Support Autonomicity in Cloud Application Platforms” Best Paper Candidate
Pavel Smirnov and Sergey Kovalchuk, “Linked Data Integration for Workflow-based Computational Experiments”
Maxim Lapaev and Maxim Kolchin, “FOODpedia: a DBpedia of Food Products”
Nikita Mingazov “A Distributed Model for Searching Semantically Annotated Documents”
12:30-14:30 Lunch break
Chair: Pavel Klinov
14:30-16:00 Daniel Hladky, Martin Voigt and Svetlana Maltseva, “Return on Investment in Linking Content to CRM by Applying the Linked Data Stack”
Oleg Dyachenko and Yury Zagorulko, “Collaborative Development of Ontology Based Knowledge Bases”
Fedor Kozlov, “A Tool to Convert Linked Data of E-Learning System to the SCORM Standard”
Mikhail Galkin and Dmitry Mouromtsev, “Machine Learning Approach in HTML Tables Processing”
Eugene Cherny and Gleb Rogozinsky, “Distributed System for Collaborative Music Generation”
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
Chair: TBD
16:30-17:30 Yuliya Rubtsova, “Automatic Term Extraction for Sentiment Classification of Dynamically Updated Text Collections into Three Classes” Best Paper Candidate
Galina Rybina and Yuri Blokhin, “Distributed Knowledge Acquisition Control with Use of the Intelligent Program Environment of the AT-TECHNOLOGY Workbench”
Elena Okhapkina, “Description of the Multi-Agent System and a Fragment of the Ontology for Moderation of Users’ Posts”
Maxim Kolchin, “Semantic Web Technologies for Smart Grid”
Dmitry Mouromtsev, Yury Emelyanov, Liubov Kovriguina and Dmitry Pavlov, “Ontology-Driven Dialogue Management in the Spoken Dialogue System”
Day II, September 30th
09:15-10:15 Stefan Dietze, “Turning Data into Knowledge – profiling and interlinking Web datasets”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Chair: Stefan Dietze
11:00-12:30 Olga Nevzorova, Nikita Zhiltsov, Alexander Kirillovich and Evgeny Lipachev, “OntoMathPro Ontology: A Linked Data Hub for Mathematics”
Denis Zuev, Alexander Elizarov and Evgeniy Lipachev, “Mathematical Content Semantic Markup Methods and Open Scientific E-journals Management Systems”
Nikolay Teslya, Alexander Smirnov, Tatiana Levashova and Nikolay Shilov, “Ontology for Resource Self-Organisation in Cyber-Physical-Social Systems” Best Paper Candidate
Rustem Dautov, Iraklis Paraskakis and Mike Stannett, “An Autonomic Semantic Framework for Cloud Application Platforms”
Dmitry Mouromtsev, Dmitry Pavlov and Yury Emelyanov, “Ontology Data Visualization in a Diagram Form”
Valeriy Kugler, Margarita Yakovleva and Aleksey Ten, “The Object Web Page Composition for Semantic Object Model Functions”
Sergey Zaika, “Semantic Web driven e-learning system for object-oriented paradigm”
12:30-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-14:55 Abdul-Mateen Rajput, Marzio Pennisi, Santo Motta, Francesco Pappalardo, “OntoFast: Construct Ontology Rapidly”
15:00-16:30 Poster session
16:30-17:30 Round table: Open Platforms for Scientific Collaborations (moderated by Irina Radchenko)
Day III, October 1st
09:15-10:15 Julia Taylor, “What Can Ontology and Natural Language Do For Each Other?”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Chair: Julia Taylor
11:00-12:40 Dmitry Ustalov, “Words Worth Attention: Predicting Words of the Week on the Russian Wiktionary” Best Paper Candidate
Galina Artemova, Kirill Boyarsky, Dmitri Gouzévitch, Natalia Gusarova, Natalia Dobrenko, Eugeny Kanevsky and Daria Petrova, “Text Categorization for Generation of a Historical Shipbuilding Ontology”
Alfiya M. Galieva, Olga A. Nevzorova and Ayrat R. Gatiatullin, “Towards Building Wordnet for the Tatar Language: a Semantic Model of the Verb System”
Nataliya Yelagina and Michail Panteleyev, “Deriving of Thematic Facts from Unstructured Texts and Background Knowledge”
12:40-14:30 Lunch break
Chair: Yuliya Rubtsova
14:30-16:10 Pavel Lomov and Maxim Shishaev, “Creating Cognitive Frames Based on Ontology Design Patterns for Ontology Visualization”
Sherimon P.C., Vinu P.V., Reshmy Krishnan and Youssef Takroni, “Semantic Analysis and Prediction of Various Risks of Diabetic Patients”
Viktoria Foteeva and Michail Panteleev,“Construction of Personalized Information Services for Researchers”
Janneth Chicaiza, Nelson Piedra, Jorge López and Edmundo Tovar, “Domain Categorization of Open Educational Resources Based on Linked Data Sources”
16:10-16:30 Coffee break
Chair: Pavel Klinov
16:30-16:40 Award Ceremony
16:45-17:15 Business Meeting
Keynote talks
Research, industry, and system description papers
Poster announcements and position papers (flash talks)
Breaks and others

Best papers

The following five papers have been selected for the final round of the Best Paper competition. The top three places will receive a certificate and a cash prize. The winners will be announced at the Award Ceremony.

  • Rustem Dautov, Iraklis Paraskakis and Mike Stannett. Cloud Sensor Ontology and Linked Data to Support Autonomicity in Cloud Application Platforms
  • Frederik Schadd and Nico Roos. A Feature Selection Approach for Anchor Evaluation in Ontology Mapping
  • Yuliya Rubtsova. Automatic Term Extraction for Sentiment Classification of Dynamically Updated Text Collections into Three Classes
  • Dmitry Ustalov. Words Worth Attention: Predicting Words of the Week on the Russian Wiktionary
  • Nikolay Teslya, Alexander Smirnov, Tatiana Levashova and Nikolay Shilov. Ontology for Resource Self-Organisation in Cyber-Physical-Social Systems