Stream Reasoning Workshop 2023

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After the successful Stream Reasoning workshops in Vienna, Berlin, Zürich, Linköping, Milan, and Amsterdam in previous years, the next edition of the workshop will be held in Lyon, France, on December 4-6 2023.

The workshop is invitation-only and free-of-charge and focuses on strengthening our growing community by sharing different perspectives, challenges, and experiences obtained by working with expressive yet efficient decision-making over rapidly changing data.

For Stream Reasoning to grow as a research area, it is very valuable to bring together these different views and goals to exchange ideas in a relaxed and collaborative atmosphere. Therefore, this year, we welcome submissions describing ideas and visions related to data and event streams. We encourage short position and short demo papers not exceeding four pages and longer vision papers not exceeding six pages. All papers can use unlimited references. The content of the papers will be presented and discussed during the work. The plan is to organising a joint publication on the same line as the well-known database reports (a few examples below):

The submission Website is the following The recommended template is LNCS

All papers can use unlimited references. The content of the papers will be presented and discussed during the workshop (we plan to alternate keynotes, presentations, and working groups).

However, the organisers will be working on organising a special issue for the recently born Transactions on Graph Data and Knowledge (TGDK), to foster the development of the presented ideas.

Important Dates

Paper submission: 1st November 2023 (AoE)
Author notifications: 7th November 2023
Workshop date: December 4-6, 2023

Workshop Program at Glance

Monday, December 4th: Idea Gathering.

TIme Monday Title
11:00 Riccardo Tommasini Welcom to SRW
11:20 Axel Polleres (Keynote) Knowledge Graph Evolution
12:10 Lunch Pizza by INSA Valor
13:20 Daniel Alvarez-Coello, Christian Muehlbauer and Haonan Qiu On the role of stream reasoning for a data-centric architecture in automotive
13:40 Dingmin Wang, Przemyslaw Andrzej Walega and Bernardo Cuenca Grau Extracting DatalogMTL Rules from Temporal Knowledge Graphs
14:00 Angela Bonifati, Anil Pacaci, Tamer Ozsu Evaluating Complex Queries on Streaming Graphs
  break coffee break
14:30 Ryan Wright (Keynote) Quine: a Holistic System for Graph Reasoning on Streaming Data
15:40 Joffrey de Oliveira, Christophe Callé and Olivier Curé Adaptable and Autonomous Data Pipeline for the Internet of Things
16:00 Simon Schiff, Özgür Lütfü Özcep and Ralf Möller A Model of Understanding for Stream Reasoning in Future Agent Architectures
16:20 Pieter Bonte Is Cascading Reasoning the Missing Link for Realizing Efficient Edge Processing?
16:40 Federico Giannini and Emanuele Della Valle Bridging the Gap: Converging Streaming Machine Learning and Continual Learning
17:00 Gozde Ayse Tataroglu Ozbulak, Gaetano Manzo and Jean-Paul Calbimonte Adaptive Integration Strategies for Streaming Machine Learning and Knowledge Graphs
17:20 Pieter Bonte, Christophe Calle, Olivier Cure, Haridimos Kondylakis and Riccardo Tommasini RDF Stream Processing Systems: State of the Art & Outlook

Tuesday, December 5th: Working Groups and Social Event.

Time Activity
8:30 Light Breakfast
9:30 Working Groups: Streaming Machine Learning and Stream Reasoning outside Semantic Web
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Working Groups: Cypher Physical Systems and Data Quality
15:30 Snacks
13:30 Working Groups: Cypher Physical Systems and Data Quality
17:00 Closing day
20:30 Dinner at Cite 33

Wednesday, December 6th: Convergence. During this day, we will converge into concrete actions and plans.

Time Activity
8:30 Light Breakfast
9:30 Group work: Streaming Machine Learning and Knowledge Graph Evolutions
11:30 Group work presentations
12:00 WrapUp
12:30 Lunch On Your Own

Workshop Venue (CHANGED !!!)

LyonTech-la Doua campus is one of Lyon’s leading research centres with more than 1 600 researchers working in the domains of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science and it’s the largest university centre in Lyon.

It is situated north of Villeurbanne (a city in the metropolitan area of Lyon), close to the Parc de la Tête d’Or, and it is easily accessible with public transportation.

Building Ada Lovelace, l’Amphiteatre ARNAL, 3rd Floor.

Right in front to the tram stop La Doua - Gaston Berger

Conference Dinner at 33 Cité

Contemporary brasserie, 33 Cité is located in the heart of the Cité Internationale in the 6th arrondissement of Lyon.

The open kitchen opens onto a large room, extended in fine weather by a shaded terrace.

Le 33 offers seasonal cuisine that is simple, refined and creative, as well as a beautiful wine list including more than 600 references.

Map Link

How to reach it

From Lyon-St Exupéry airport:

Airport ↔ Lyon in less than 30 minutes:

From Part-Dieu train station:

Take the T1 Tramway towards “IUT Feyssine” and get off at La Doua - Gaston Berger or take the T4 Tramway towards “La Doua Gaston Berger” and get off at “La Doua Gaston Berger”

From Perrache train station:

Take the Line A metro towards “Laurent Bonnevay” and get off at “Charpennes”, then take: the T1 Tramway towards “IUT Feyssine” and get off at “INSA-Einstein” or the T4 Tramway towards La Doua Gaston Berger” and get off at “La Doua Gaston Berger”

Access from the highway (GPS: Latitude : 45.78264 | Longitude : 4.878073)

Via “Rocade Est” ring road: exit 1B then “Croix Luizet”, follow “la Doua”, then “Domaine Scientifique de la Doua”. Via the Boulevard Laurent BONNEVAY: exit 6 “Porte de Croix Luizet”, then follow direction “Campus de la Doua” (road access map).

Public Transport of Lyon (TCL)

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  • Riccardo Tommasini, LIRIS, INSA Lyon, France
  • Jacopo Urbani, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands,
  • Emanuele Della Valle, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Thomas Eiter, TU Vienna, Austria
  • Danh Le Phuoc, TU Berlin, Germany

Programm Committee (To Be Confirmed/Updated)

  • Pieter Bonte, Ghent University - imec
  • Emanuele Della Valle, Politecnico di Milano
  • Daniel de Leng, Linköping University
  • Franz Baader ,TU Dresden
  • Fredrik Heintz, Linköping University
  • Pierre-Antoine Champin, LIRIS, UniversitĂ© Claude Bernard Lyon1
  • Ă–zgĂĽr LĂĽtfĂĽ Ă–zcep, Institute of Information Systems, University of LĂĽbeck
  • Thomas Eiter, TU Wien
  • Alessandro Ronca, University of Oxford
  • Anni-Yasmin Turhan, TU Dresden
  • Olivier Cure, UniversitĂ© Gustave Eiffel
  • Boris Motik, University of Oxford
  • Gozdeayse Ozbulak
  • Jean-Paul ,Calbimonte University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland HES-SO
  • Oscar Corcho, Universidad PolitĂ©cnica de Madrid