Workshop Overview

Data centricity is playing a fundamental role in the definition of new and disruptive business models. Many organizations in public and private sectors have successfully adopted information technologies to build huge repositories of data that they can analyze to support decision making and gain competitive advantage. However, despite the paramount relevance of data-driven technologies, organizations demand alliance-driven infrastructures capable of supporting controlled data exchange across diverse stakeholders and transparent data management. Data ecosystems (DEs) are the future of data management since they allow companies to share data and collaborate in order to get valuable insights. Such benefits can be achieved only with a proper approach for generating and sharing knowledge. Thus, DEs aim to solve issues like managing unstructured and heterogeneous data, offering various data-centric services, including query processing and data analytics, exchanging and integrating data data while preserving personal data privacy, data security, and organizational data sovereignty. Hence, to implement a data ecosystem manifold challenges regarding, amongst others, data management, data quality, trust, data exchange, data integration, machine learning or knowledge-based systems have to be solved and integrated. In this workshop, we welcome innovative contributions which further the idea of data ecosystems and tackle the challenges which consequently result from the complexity of data ecosystems.


Topics of interest

The suggested topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

Important Dates

  

Submission Date - FINAL EXTENSION      21.06.2022, GMT   31.05.2022
Notification      22.07.2022, GMT
Workshop Date      05.09.2022, GMT



Paper Submission

  

We welcome innovative, original, unpublished papers, that fall under the following two categories:

Papers must be submitted over the EasyChair conference system using the following link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=deco22
It is expected, that papers are formatted according to the VLDB formatting guidelines, which you can find here http://vldb.org/pvldb/vol15-formatting

At least one author of every accepted paper, is expected to attend the workshop and give an oral presentation.

Selected papers of the workshop will be invited to submit an extended version to a special issue on Data Ecosystems in Data and Knowledge Engineering (DKE).

Participation

At least one author of every accepted paper, is expected to attend the workshop and give an oral presentation.
The workshop will be held in Sydney, Australia. We will conduct the workshop as a hybrid event. Hence, presenters and participants may participate in-person in Sydney or remotely.

Diversity Statement

  

We believe that research and innovation is enriched and furthered by a multitude of perspectives. Hence, we want to create an inclusive, respectful workshop environment, in accordance to the VLDBCares principles. We invite the participation from persons independent of their age, education, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, and physical appearance.

Workshop Chair

Program Committee