Virtual National Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Semantic Web for Digital Heritage - NCGTSW-DH 2021

26 - 27 February 2021

Bharathiar University

The Virtual National Conference on Geospatial Technologies and Semantic Web for Digital Heritage - NCGTSWDH 2021 is organized by the Department of Computer Applications, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore during 26 - 27 February 2021.

NCGTSWDH 2021 aims to bring together the leading academic and industrial researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners to exchange the latest research ideas, methods, results, and share experiences on Digital Heritage with Geospatial Technologies and Semantic web of multidisciplinary emerging field technologies. This conference will provide a unique interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary forum of researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, practical challenges encountered and intelligent solutions adopted in Digital Heritage. The conference proceedings will be published by leading like Elsevier, Taylor & Francis.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Track I
Semantic Modelling and Digital Heritage
1. Digital Heritage
2. Graph Databases and Models
3. Knowledge Graphs
4. Knowledge Modelling for Unstructured Data
5. Metadata management using Semantic Frameworks
6. ML approaches for Semantic Data Integration
7. Semantic Data Modeling
8. Semantic Data Representation and Processing Frameworks
9. Semantic Framework Microkernel Services
10. Semantic Heterogeneity
11. Semantic Integration
12. Semantic Knowledge Representation Tools
13. Semantic Matching
14. Semantic Technologies
15. Semantic Technology Stack
16. Semantic Web
17. Semantic Web and AI
18. Semantic Web Applications
19. Web Ontology
20. Web Services
Track II
Geospatial Technologies
1. Cultural Heritage and Spatial Data
2. Geographic Information System (GIS)
3. GeoSpatial Techniques for Heritage Data Modeling
4. GIS Mapping
5. Global Positioning System (GPS)
6. Remote Sensing (RS)
7. Virtual Reality and Heritage Models