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Call for tutorials – SWAT4HCLS 2023

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    Leyla Jael Castro
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    Dear all,
    Apologies for cross-posting.
    Please find below the *Call for Tutorials* for the Semantic Web
    Applications and Tools for Health Care and Life Sciences Conference 2023 –
    SWAT4HCLS 2023
    Drop me a line if you have any questions.
    Kind regards,
    on behalf of SWAT4HCLS 2023 Organizing Committee.
    *SWAT4HCLS Call for TutorialsWe invite tutorial proposals for the 2023
    SWAT4HCLS edition to be held in Basel,
    Switzerland in February 2023. The tutorials will run on the first day on
    the 13th, the conference on the 14th and 15th, and the hackathon on the
    16th of February 2023. All tutorials will be published under CC-by license
    (or a more permissive one if the tutorials facilitators opt for it) and
    assigned a DOI in a centralized place provided by organizers. Publication
    will include abstract, training materials, slides and videos (if
    available).Topics of interest include but are not limited to the
    followingSemantic Web Infrastructures and Resources in Healthcare and Life
    Science – Architectures and algorithms to support volume and scale, rapid
    knowledge changes and heterogeneity- Semantic querying, data validation
    languages, knowledge graphs, rule-based systems.- Infrastructures
    supporting provenance, traceability, trust and reproducibility- Information
    visualization and exploratory analysis methods- Biomedical ontologies,
    rules and medical standards for interoperability- Semantic workflow
    technologies and semantic web services applied in life sciences.- Semantic
    Web technologies in FAIR data and open data ecosystems7- Semantic
    scientific publishing in the life sciences, medicine and healthcare, public
    health- Semantic infrastructures for patient-centric healthcare data
    ecosystemsSemantic Web and AI in Healthcare and the Life Sciences –
    Explainable AI and semantics- Ontology based neural symbolic reasoning and
    learning- Machine learning and data mining methods for Semantic Web data-
    Knowledge-driven ML and data mining- NLP and text mining using semantic
    technologies- Clinical Intelligence from Electronic Health Records (EHRs),
    patient data and clinical trial dataSemantic Web Technologies across
    Healthcare and Life Science Communities – Semantic Web and biodiversity-
    Semantic Web agriculture, food and nutrition- Semantic Web drug discovery
    and drug repurposing- Semantic Web translational medicine and personalized
    medicine- Semantic Web and bioimaging- Semantic Web and SARS-COV2Proposals
    should include – Title – Acronym (if applicable)- Abstract (500)-
    Responsible tutors and facilitators (if applicable) including contact data
    and 1-paragraph description- Audience and required skills- Tutorial
    schedule- Links to previous versions of this tutorial (if applicable)-
    Mode: in-person or hybrid (you can select more than one but please make
    sure you indicate the order of preference)- Maximum number of participants-
    Length of the tutorial (from 1 hour to 4 hours)Please submit your tutorial
    proposal via EasyChair
    , and remember to
    select “Tutorial” as the submission topic. Proposals will then be reviewed
    by the Organizing Committee (as they arrive until fulfilling the maximum
    number of tutorials). The acceptance criteria include (i) topics compatible
    with SWAT4HCLS, (ii) potential to attract a good number of attendees, (iii)
    achievability/soundness of the proposed agenda. Successful proposals will
    be included as part of the SWAT4HCLS conference that will be held either
    remotely or in a hybrid mode. Tutorials will be allocated a maximum of half
    a day (and a minimum of 1 hour). Important dates – Proposal submission for
    tutorials: 10th of November 2022- Acceptance notifications for tutorials:
    25th of November (or earlier as proposals will be processed as they come)-
    Registration for conference and tutorials closing on: TBD (close to the
    conference day)- Tutorials day: 13th of February 2023Submission
    processPlease submit your tutorial proposal as a PDF via EasyChair
    and remember to select
    “Tutorial” as the submission topic. *

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