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ESWC 2010 - AI Mashup Challenge: Call for Submissions

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The Topic Maps Lab is involved in the organisation of the AI Mashup Challenge at the Extended (former: European) Semantic Web Conference, 2010 in Heraklion, Greece. A mashup is a lightweight (web) application that offers new functionality by combining, aggregating and transforming data and services available on the web. The submission of Topic Maps based mashups is highly appreciated. The deadline is April 1, 2010.

Call for Submissions

7th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2010)
30 May – 3 June 2010, Heraklion, Greece
AI Mashup Challenge website: http://sites.google.com/a/fh-hannover.de/aimashup/home

About the challenge

ESWC2010 will include an AI Mashup Challenge.
It is a great opportunity to demonstrate intelligent mashups combining existing web resources into a new and useful service.
ESWC2010 participants will vote the mashups; the winning groups will receive industry-sponsored awards.


  • Mashup developers send a mail to the organizers, containing their Google ID, the URL of their mashup, its name and a short description.
  • The organizers provide them with a subpage of the mashup challenge site.
  • There, the developers can describe their mashup and link to its URL. Till review they can go on improving their work.
  • Deadline is April, 1, 2010. At that day the reviewers will start assessing the submitted mashups.
  • Acceptance will be communicated by May 1st 2010.
  • The admitted submissions are presented in a 15 minutes demo in the conference mashup session.
  • The session is followed by the vote.
  • During a conference ceremony, the awards will be passed to the winners.

For more see the challenge site http://sites.google.com/a/fh-hannover.de/aimashup/home.

Please note: Participants must register for the conference in order to present their work and run for a prize.

If you have any question please contact of the mashup organizers: Brigitte.Endres-Niggemeyer@fh-hannover.de or maicher@informatik.uni-leipzig.de


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Topic Maps is an excellent paradigm to support human thinking and to visualize networked information. As part of my PhD project, I therefore chose Topic Maps as the conceptual foundation for designing and implementing a software prototype for semantic knowledge retrieval.

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Topic Maps Lab auf der Cebit 2011

Graduate from the Topic Maps Lab