Following successful runs in London and New York City, the Semantic Technology & Business Conference (#SemTechBiz) is returning to San Francisco June 2-5, 2013. Today, we are pleased to announce that the Call For Presentations is open for submissions.
The deadline to enter is January 18, 2013, and we are currently seeking proposals for:
- Conference Sessions – 45 minutes
- Panel Sessions – 45 minutes (must propose moderator and panelists, even if not finalized)
- Tutorials – 3 hours
- Lightning Talks – 5 minutes
What are we looking for?
We are interested in a wide variety of presentations, from business and consumer applications through to fundamental technology discussions. Over the years, the emphasis of the program has gradually shifted more towards practical experience as Semantic Technologies have matured and gained adoption both on the web and in enterprise systems, so we’re very much looking for semantic case studies and project experience. If you are developing a tool, or using semantics to create an exciting new start-up company, we want to hear from you as well. Keep in mind that precedence will be given to sessions that offer an interactive element and are designed to provide actionable ideas (get to the heart of the matter!). And having said all that, we still keep time-slots available for cutting edge research and thought-leadership. So SemTechBiz really is an all-inclusive program for the community.