Call for paper and participation

       The First International Workshop on Semantic Web and
       Web 2.0 in Architectural, Product and Engineering Design
       in conjunction with the Six International Semantic Web Conference
(ISWC 2007)
       in Busan, Korea, 11th November, 2007

       http://www-edc.eng.cam.ac.uk/~shk32/ws.html


INTRODUCTION
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This workshop aims to encourage the design research community to exploit
Semantic Web and Web 2.0 techniques, facilitate communication between
researchers and practitioners, and identify key research and implementation
issues. In this workshop, the focus will be on practical applications and
techniques for improving design processes. Such emphasis is particularly
important and timely since more design organisations are considering moving
toward using the Semantic Web in their businesses processes.


SOME OF TOPICS OF INTERESTS
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Semantic Web-enabled engineering design processes
Semantic Web for improving design creativity
Semantic Web for collaborative design knowledge acquisition
Building design knowledge repositories using the Semantic Web and Web 2.0
Design for context-aware services using the Semantic Web
Ontology engineering for design processes and knowledge management
etc.

IMPORTANT DATES
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Full paper submissions: 3rd August, 2007
Notification of acceptance: 20th September, 2007
Camera ready deadline: 1st October, 2007
Workshop: 11th November, 2007

ORGANISING COMMITTE
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Sanghee Kim (UK) University of Cambridge [email protected]
Rob H. Bracewell (UK) University of Cambridge [email protected]
Ken M. Wallace (UK) University of Cambridge [email protected]
Fabio Ciravegna (UK) University of Sheffield [email protected]
Dean Allemang (USA) TopQuadrant [email protected]
Yoshinobu Kitamura (Japan) Osaka University [email protected]
Yong Se Kim (Korea) Sungkyunkwan University [email protected]
Colin Cadas (UK) Rolls Royce PLC [email protected]


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Dr. Sanghee Kim
Engineering Design Centre, Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
CB2 1PZ