SMWCon Fall 2016

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SMWCon Fall 2016
The 13th conference on Semantic MediaWiki (SMWCon) brings together developers, users, and organizations from the semantic wiki community around the world.
Conference details
Location Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung (DIPF), Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Start: September 28, 2016
Finish: September 30, 2016
Calendar: Event schedule
General  Chair: Marc Rittberger, Karsten Hoffmeyer
Local Chair: Lia Veja
Program Chair: Christoph Schindler, Kendra Sticht, Sabine Melnicki
Type: SMWCon
Audience: Everyone
Feed: RSS feed, Atom feed
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Schlossstraße 29, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung (DIPF), Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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SMWCon Fall 2016 - the 13th Semantic MediaWiki Conference:

September 28 - 30, 2016, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

  • Participants: Everybody interested in semantic wikis, wikis and open knowledge, especially in Semantic MediaWiki, e.g., users, developers, consultants, business or government representatives, researchers.
  • Social Media: The hashtag on Semantic MediaWiki on Twitter Twitter is #SMWCon. The event is also on Semantic MediaWiki at Facebook as a Facebook event you can join and share.
  • Event listings: This SMWCon is also listed on opensource.com, on Lanyrd as well as on WikiCFP.

Registration

Official registration can be done via Tito.

Location

See an overview over all locations on the locations map.

Closest public transportation: description (map)

Program

For an overview over the program, consult the calendar.

Tutorial day - September 28

On the Tutorial Day our experts will teach and introduce various topics related to semantic wikis, e.g. usage, conception etc. Just click on the button to see what will be prepared for you. We will probably also have special workshop track for advanced users. There is also a workshop track offering various possibilities of directly participating in the program.

Conference days - September 29 and 30

The Conference Days gather people from business, academia, government and non-profit organizations giving talks about applying semantic wikis as well as about newest developments in the field. Click on the button to see the program.

Poster session

If you would like to present your project or idea in a more informal level during poster session on the first conference day, please add your project and name there!

Social program

Attendees

In case you also want of make your attendance visible, just add your name to the list below:

Note Note: You can now officially register via Tito.

  1. Kendra Sticht
  2. Lia Veja
  3. Christoph Schindler
  4. Karsten Hoffmeyer
  5. Marc Rittberger
  6. Martin Gruner
  7. Bernhard Krabina
  8. Daniel Hansch
  9. Stefan Seidner
  10. Alexander Gesinn (gesinn.it)
  11. Stephan Gambke
  12. Lex Sulzer
  13. Toni Hermoso
  14. Edlira Dushku
  15. Nicolas NALLET
  16. Yaron Koren
  17. Sabine Melnicki (WikiAhoi)
  18. Matthias Frank
  19. Nicole Merkle
  20. Ad Strack van Schijndel (Wikibase)
  21. Hermann Schwärzler
  22. Dennis Göhlert
  23. Simon Heimler (gesinn.it)
  24. Lloyd Rutledge
  25. Ralf Roletschek (talk)
  26. Basil Ell
  27. Mark A. Hershberger
  28. Robert Radke
  29. Marcin Cieślak
  30. Lydia Pintscher
  31. Wolfgang Fahl
  32. Natasha Brown (WikiTranslate)
  33. Richard Brown (WikiTranslate)
  34. Robert Vogel (Hallo Welt! GmbH)
  35. Richard Heigl (Hallo Welt! GmbH)
  36. Leonid Verhovskij (Hallo Welt! GmbH)
  37. Tobias Oetterer (University of Paderborn)
  38. Julian Hocker (DIPF)
  39. Toine Schijvenaars (ArchiXL)
  40. Remco de Boer (ArchiXL)
  41. Joris Dirks (ArchiXL)
  42. Alina Mierlus
  43. Markus Glaser (Hallo Welt! GmbH)
  44. Samuel Lampa (UU, RIL Partner AB)
  45. Dennis Groenewegen (CODECS, Wikibase)
  46. Viktor Schelling (Wikibase)
  47. Benedikt Kämpgen (FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik)
  48. Ton van der Zwet
  49. Jan Willem van Veen (ArchiXL)
  50. Sébastien Beyou (Wiki Valley)
  51. Jeroen De Dauw (Ministry of LolCats)
  52. Karsten Krumrück
  53. Ernst Rosser
  54. Slawomir Brzezicki
  55. Johannes A. Löcker
  56. Christian Wagner
  57. Fotis Routsis
  58. David Bromoiras
  59. Johannes Dyck
  60. Thomas Urban
  61. Eva Kissel
  62. Ueli Zuberbühler
  63. Anja Hemmersbach
  64. Axel Heinemann
  65. Tim Sobkowiak
  66. Add your name here ...

Supporters

PLATINUM
Wikimedia Deutschland – Gesellschaft zur Förderung Freien Wissens e. V.
Wikimedia Deutschland
Wikimedia Deutschland – Gesellschaft zur Förderung Freien Wissens e. V.
GOLD
Logo of XL&Knowledge
ArchiXL specialist in enterprise IT architecture, knowledge management and semantic wikis


Organizers

Logo of Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung (DIPF)
DIPF
Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung (DIPF)
Logo of Open Semantic Data Association e. V.
OSDA
Open Semantic Data Association e. V.


Additional information and links

Travel & Accommodation

Directions to DIPF Frankfurt am Main

Here is how you can get to DIPF in Frankfurt am Main:

Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung
Schloßstraße 29, D-60486 Frankfurt am Main
Tel. +49 (0)69 24708-0, Fax +49 (0)69 24708--444

By commuter train (S-bahn) from the main train station (Hauptbahnhof)
Take either the S3 (direction Bad Soden), S4 (direction Kronberg), S5 (direction Friedrichsdorf/Bad Homburg) or S6 (direction Friedberg/Bad Vilbel) and get off at Westbahnhof (Frankfurt West train station).

Upon exiting the building, walk down Kurfürstenstraße until you reach Schloßstraße. Using the pedestrian crossing, cross Schloßstr. and continue to the left until you reach number 29. If you come to Frankfurt by train (with the destination Frankfurt am Main/City), then you will not need to purchase an additional ticket to ride the S-bahn.

By commuter train (S-Bahn) from the Frankfurt airport
At any RMV ticket machine, select a single (Einzelfahrt) ticket for zone 50 (Frankfurt am Main). Catch the commuter train S8 (direction Hanau/Offenbach) and get off at the main central railway station (Hauptbahnhof). Then take either the S3 (direction Bad Soden), S4 (direction Kronberg), S5 (directionFriedrichsdorf/Bad Homburg), or S6 (direction Friedberg/Bad Vilbel) and get off at Westbahnhof (Frankfurt West train station). Upon exiting the building, walk down Kurfürstenstraße until you reach Schloßstraße. Using the pedestrian crossing, cross Schloßstraße and continue to the left until you reach number 29.

By underground (U-Bahn)
Take either underground line U6 (direction Heerstr.) or U7 (direction Hausen) to either the Leipziger Straße or Kirchplatz.

By car
You can either drive via the Autobahnkreuz Frankfurt-Nordwest to the exit Ludwig-Landmann-Straße in the direction of Bockenheim, or via the Autobahnkreuz Frankfurt-West to the exit Opel Rondell in the direction of Bockenheim.

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