Call for Tutorial Proposals

In addition to the regular research program, JIST2018 conference will also feature a tutorial program that would help diverse audiences to help learn state-of-the-art theories, resources (e.g., tools, data, services), and techniques which are relevant to the conference.
The decision on acceptance or rejection of tutorial proposals will be made on the basis of the overall quality of the proposal which is relevant to be presented and helpful to the community who would support the conference.

Proposal Submission Guidelines

The proposal should be prepared as a PDF file which should include the following content:
  1. Title (and Acronym) of the tutorial
  2. Abstract: 100-200 words summary of the proposed tutorial
  3. Preferred length of tutorial: 1 or 2 slots (1 slot = 2 hours)
  4. Expected number of attendees
  5. Short explanation of Presenters (Name and affiliation of contact person, experience on giving tutorials or other related events, etc.)
  6. Style of Tutorial: Lecture, Hands-on, Hackathon, Mix of them
  7. Required Facilities: (We will prepare desks, chairs, projectors and screens, WiFi, and power supply)

Proposals should be sent to via Email

  • JIST 2018 Organize Committee knowledge-graph.jp
    by 10 September 2018
  • (Note: In case you did not receive any response for receiving your proposal in 5 days after sending your proposal, please contact again to the above email address.)

Instructions and Important Notes for Tutorial Organizers

  • The date and time slot(s) for the tutorials will be decided at the time of preparation of the conference program.
  • At least one tutorial organizer should register to the conference and give (or operate) the tutorial at the conference site.
  • Tutorial organizers are responsible for preparing all necessary material to be used at the tutorial session.
  • Tutorial sessions will be open for all registrants of JIST2018. Therefore, the number of actual participants for each tutorial will be decided at the time of each tutorial session.

Tutorial Chairs

  • Naoki Fukuta Shizuoka University, Japan

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Calls

Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Regular Technical Papers
Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Special Session on Government Open Data
Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Special Session on Question Answering and ChatBots
Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Special Session on Resource-aware Semantic Technologies
Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Special Session on Semantic Web for Life Sciences
Call for Proposals for Special Sessions
Call for Papers: JIST 2018 Recommendation to Journal
Call for Workshop Proposals
Call for Tutorial Proposals
Call for Poster and Demo Papers
Call for Workshop Papers
CFP for Semantic Technology Special Issue

Sponsors

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Organizers

  • JSAI-SIG on Semantic Web and Ontology
  • JIST Steering Committee


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