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2006 International Workshop on Description Logics - DL2006


The Lake District of the UK,
May 30-June 1, 2006
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DL2006 has received generous support from

Cerebra Systems



Registration is open!

The deadline for early registration is May 15th which is quite soon. Also, consider securing accomodations as soon as possible, as many hotels are filling up.


Call for Papers

We invite submissions of technical papers of 8 pages. Authors of accepted technical and position papers will be invited to present their papers at the workshop. Accepted technical papers will be included in the informal conference proceedings as normal papers (8 pages) or long papers (12 pages). We plan to make the conference proceedings available electronically via CEUR.




Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: March 10, 2006, UTC-5
Notification of acceptance: April 17, 2006
Camera ready version due: May 12, 2006
DL'06 Workshop: May 30-June 1, 2006



Scope

We invite contributions on all aspects of Description Logics, including but not limited to:




Submission Details

Interested parties are invited to submit a technical paper not exceeding 8 pages that has been prepared according to the instructions found in submission.tex. In case you cannot use LaTeX, you can use the instructions found in submission.pdf. To submit your paper, please login to Easy Chair and follow the instructions for submission. In case you have problems with electronic submissions, please contact the organizers.




Proceedings

Accepted papers are printed in the workshop proceedings. The proceedings will be electronically published as as a CEUR workshop proceedings at http://CEUR-WS.org/. At the workshop, a hard copy of the proceedings will be handed out to the participants.




Accepted Papers and Posters

There were 9 long papers, 16 regular papers, and 12 posters accepted. See the entire list.

Thanks to all who submitted and reviewed!




Workshop Program

The workshop program is available in HTML and as a PDF (the PDF has a nice table of the schedule).


Invited Speakers

The invited speakers are

Franz Baader
Chair for Automata Theory
Technische Universität Dresden
Dresdan, Germany

Anthony Hunter
Department of Computer Science
University College London
London, UK



Registration Information

In keeping with registration last year, and in contrast to DL workshops before that, registration is open to everyone, and not by invitation only. We encourage attendance by all interested parties.
Registration fees:

Full-time students: 160 pounds
Regular participants: 235 pounds
Late registration (from May 16, 2006): 280 pounds

The registration fee includes coffee breaks, three lunches and a social dinner at Broadoaks Country House.

Please register by filling out the registration form and faxing it to Uli Sattler (the number is on the form).


Student Travel Awards

Typically we offer a limited number of student travel awards to help young researchers attend DL. Details about applications will appear in this space.




Local Information and Accommodation

The DL06 workshop will be held in the beautiful Lake District of the United Kingdom at the Hydro Hotel (see a map of the location or another map which shows the Hydro in relation to the closest train station and the KR location).

The closest international airport is Manchester Airport. The easiest way to get to the workshop location from Manchester is by train (the nearest train station is Windermere Railway Station). If you are driving, it is about a 2 hour trip from the airport. (See the KR travel page, as well.)

The Lake District has quite a range of accomodations (from bed and breakfasts to hotels to cottages). NOTE: You may want to consider alternatives to the conference venue itself, the Hydro, as it has mixed reviews.

The Tourist information center is a good source of information.

Note: Accomodations may be scarce! Book now.

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Program Committee (in alphabetical order)

See also the list of auxiliary reviewers who made the program committee's job much easier.

Carlos Areces
INRIA Lorraine, France
Giuseppe De Giacomo
Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica
Università di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy
Enrico Franconi
KRDB Research Centre
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Volker Haarslev
Computer Science Department
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Ian Horrocks
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester, UK
Ralf Küsters
Institut für Informatik und Praktische Mathematik
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Carsten Lutz
Department of Computer Science
Technical University Dresden, Germany
Ralf Möller
Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Bijan Parsia
Department of Computer Science
University Of Maryland, College Park, USA
Peter Patel-Schneider
Network Data and Services Research Department
Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA
Ulrike Sattler
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester, UK
David Toman
School of Computer Science
University of Waterloo, Canada
Chris Welty
IBM Watson Research Center
New York, USA
Frank Wolter
Department of Computer Science
University of Liverpool, UK



Organizing Committee

Bijan Parsia
Mindswap
University of Maryland, College Park
Maryland, U.S.A

Ulrike Sattler (local organizer)
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester
Manchester, UK

David Toman
School of Computer Science
University of Waterloo
Ontario, Canada




Resources




Bijan Parsia, 24 May 2006