We are happy to announce the best paper winners in the different tracks below. Congratulations to all the winners, well deserved!
Best Research Paper Award Winners:
- A Framework to Include and Exploit Probabilistic Information in SHACL Validation Reports by Rémi Felin, Catherine Faron and Andrea Tettamanzi
- Classifying sequences by combining context-free grammars and OWL ontologies by Nicolas Lazzari, Andrea Poltronieri and Valentina Presutti
Best Resource Paper Award Winner: HHT: an approach for representing temporally-evolving historical territories by William Charles, Nathalie Hernandez and Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles
Best In Use Paper Award Winner: Prototyping an End-User User Interface for the Solid Application Interoperability Specification under GDPR by Hadrien Bailly, Anoop Papanna and Rob Brennan
Best Poster Award Winner: RoXi: a Framework for Reactive Reasoning by Pieter Bonte and Femke Ongenae
Best Demo Award Winner: GLENDA: Querying over RDF Archives with SPARQL by Olivier Pelgrin, Ruben Taelman, Luis Galárraga and Katja Hose
Best PhD Symposium Paper Award Winner: Formalizing Stream Reasoning for a Decentralized Semantic Web by Mathijs van Noort
Congratulations to everyone!