European semantic web conference, Montenegro

November 24, 2005

Brussels, 23 Nov 2005

The third European semantic web conference, ESWC 2006, will take place in Budva, Montenegro, from 11 to 14 June 2006.

ESWC 2006 is sponsored by SDK, a group of three European Commission Sixth Framework Programme projects known as SEKT, DIP and Knowledge Web, whose common aim is to improve worldwide research and standardisation in the area of the Semantic Web. The conference will present the latest results in research in semantic web technologies, including knowledge markup languages, semantic web services, ontology management and more.

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