The Third International Workshop on the role of the Semantic Web in Provenance Management will be held in conjunction with the Ninth Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC-2012) on May 27-28, 2012 in Heraklion, Greece.

We found this interesting news on the UMBC Ebiquity site in their article, “Semantic Web in Provenance Management Workshop.” The workshop’s objectives are to explore opportunities in the context of the management and exploitation of provenance and document the role of provenance in real-world Semantic Web applications.

The one day workshop will include presentations of full research papers, short position papers, a panel on the W3C provenance working group proposals, and demonstrations of prototypes and working systems. You can submit papers and demonstration proposals by March 4, 2012.

It is exciting to see where the world of semantic technology is going.

Melody K. Smith

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