More and more knowledge graphs are constructed for private use, e.g., Siri, Alexa, or public use, e.g. DBpedia, Wikidata. While techniques to automatically construct KGs from existing Web objects exist (e.g., scraping Web tables), there is still room for improvement. Initially, constructing KGs from existing datasets was considered an engineering task with some ad-hoc approaches, however, scientific methods with more declarative-oriented techniques have recently emerged. In particular, several mapping languages for describing rules to construct knowledge graphs and processors to execute those rules emerged. Addressing the challenges related to KG construction requires both the investigation of theoretical concepts and the development of tools and methods for their evaluation.
KGC has a special focus this time on knowledge graph construction methods that involve or analyze the roles of users in these processes.
The workshop includes a keynote and a panel, as well as (research, in-use, experience, position, tools) paper presentations, demo jam and break-out discussions.
Our goal is to provide a venue for scientific discourse, systematic analysis and rigorous evaluation of languages, techniques and tools, as well as practical and applied experiences and lessons-learned for constructing knowledge graphs from academia and industry. The workshop complements and aligns with the activities of the W3C CG on KG construction.
Authors can choose the best way to express their work, such as HTML or PDF. However, a LNCS-like layout should be provided. If your contribution will be in HTML, you can find some available tools in the ESWC21 HTML guideline.
Please, share your contribution before the deadline through the OpenReview platform. The accepted contributions will be published in the proceedings of the workshop through CEUR-WS. Each accepted paper needs to be presented by one of the authors at the workshop.
The invited keynote speaker for the second edition of the KGC workshops is Jesus Barrasa, head of the EMEA Sales Engineering team at Neo4j and leader of the Neosemantics project, part of Neo4j labs
Submit your paper
The notification and reviews from our Program Committee will be available.
Time to have your paper ready for being published. All the accepted paper will be published in the proceedings.
Keynote, papers presentations, demo jam and a lot of discussion. Remember! If your contribution is accepted, it needs to be presented by one of the authors at the event.