APRIL 30, 2023
The ACM digital library published this workshop as part of the WWW'23 companion proceedings.
Full papers (up to 12 pages) are 15 minutes for presentation + 5 minutes Q&A. Short papers (up to 5 pages) are 15 minutes including Q&A. An asterisk (*) next to the time indicates virtual presentations.
|09:00 - 09:15||Welcome and Introduction|
|09:15 - 10:30||Paper Presentations (3 Full Papers each 20 min total, 1 Short Paper 15 min total)|
|09:15 - 09:30||Semantics in Dataspaces: Origin and Future Directions (Johannes Theissen-Lipp, Max Kocher, Christoph Lange, Stefan Decker, Alexander Paulus, André Pomp, Edward Curry)|
|09:30 - 09:50||The Web and Linked Data as a Solid Foundation for Dataspaces (Sascha Meckler, Rene Dorsch, Daniel Henselmann, Andreas Harth)|
|09:50 - 10:10||Enhancing Data Space Semantic Interoperability through Machine Learning: a Visionary Perspective (Zeyd Boukhers, Christoph Lange, Oya Beyan)|
|10:10 - 10:30||Towards a Semantic Approach for Linked Dataspace, Model and Data Cards (Andy Donald, Apostolos Galanopoulos, Edward Curry, Emir Muñoz, Ihsan Ullah, M. A. Waskow, Maciej Dabrowski, Manan Kalra)|
|10:30 - 11:00||Morning Break|
|11:00 - 12:30||Paper Presentations (3 Full Papers each 20 min total, 2 Short Papers each 15 min total)|
|11:00 - 11:20||The PLASMA Framework: Laying the Path to Domain-Specific Semantics in Dataspaces (Alexander Paulus, André Pomp, Tobias Meisen)|
|11:20 - 11:40*||Towards a Semantic Data Ledger for Federating Dynamic Data Spaces (Danh Le-Phuoc, Sonja Schimmler, Anh Le-Tuan, Uwe A. Kuehn, Manfred Hauswirth)|
|11:40 - 12:00*||Requirements and Building Blocks for Manufacturing Data Spaces (Rohit A. Deshmukh, Sisay Adugna Chala, Christoph Lange)|
|12:00 - 12:15*||Analyzing Distributed Medical Data in FAIR Data Spaces (Mehrshad Jaberansary, Macedo Maia, Yeliz Ucer Yediel, Oya Deniz Beyan, Toralf Kirsten)|
|12:15 - 12:30||Extending Actor Models in Data Spaces (Hendrik Meyer zum Felde, Thomas Bellebaum, Gerd Brost, Maarten Kollenstart, Simon Dalmolen)|
|12:30 - 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 14:05||Paper Presentations (1 Full Paper 20 min total, 1 Short Paper 15 min total)|
|13:30 - 13:50*||Towards Multimodal Knowledge Graphs for Data Spaces (Atiya Usmani, M. Jaleed Khan, John G. Breslin, Edward Curry)|
|13:50 - 14:05*||What are “personal data spaces”? (Viivi Lähteenojä)|
|14:05 - 14:50||Keynote on Dataspaces and the Solid Project (Laurens Debackere)|
|14:50 - 15:00||Open Space Topic Determination|
|15:00 - 15:30||Afternoon Break|
|15:30 - 16:30||Parallel Open Space Discussions|
|16:30 - 16:45||Report from Open Space and Follow-up Actions|
|16:45 - 17:00||Wrap-up and Closing|
In recent years, multiple dataspace initiatives were formed and are growing in both implementation and memberships. Dozens of individual dataspaces and use-cases are arising in their context, as listed in the International Data Spaces Association’s "Data Space Radar" and Gaia-X’ initial list, and even more from other initiatives. The European Union pushes this trend even more by including dataspaces as key element in their data strategy and spending 4-6 billion Euros on establishing these in various domains. The main challenges of this trend on dataspaces are twofold. First, no common definition of dataspaces and their core components exist, which complicates interoperability and FAIRness even at conceptual level. This probably produces isolated solutions tailored to specific use-cases only. Second, the various arising dataspaces in the wild follow different goals and have individual implementations and technology readiness levels. The lack of reusable core components forces stakeholders to reinvent these and leads to diverging implementations and therefore high costs.
The workshop intends to bring together people interested in dataspaces and the role of semantics in these, who may be from different communities such as dataspace drivers, law and policymakers as well as the researchers from the Semantic Web community. Since members of these different communities rarely have chances to interact, we design the workshop to be highly interactive and communicative. We aim at a full-day workshop with ⅔ formal presentations and ⅓ collaboration using the Open Space technique. This approach enables us to identify promising topics for collaboration and follow-up activities by enabling a dynamic agenda driven by the participants’ shared interests.
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|Final program provided|
|Workshop at WWW||April 30, 2023|
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. We invite all individuals to participate regardless of age, education, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, physical appearance, or gender presentation. This applies to all aspects, for example, we welcome all operating systems, quality of computer hardware, open-minded political orientation, and appropriate English skills. Inclusion drives us forward every day.