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MERI College Multilingual and Interlingual Semantic Representations for Natural Language Processing

MERI College Multilingual and Interlingual Semantic Representations for Natural Language Processing

About the Meri College

The International Semantic Intelligence Conference (ISIC) is an international platform for the Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the Semantic Web communities. It aims to bring together researchers, practitioners and industry specialists to discuss, advance, and shape the future of intelligent systems by virtue of machine learning and semantic technologies.

The International Semantic Intelligence Conference (ISIC) presents a forum to publish cutting edge research results in intelligent applications. Due to many technological trends like IoT, Cloud Computing, Smart Devices, huge data is generated daily and at unprecedented rates. Traditional data techniques and platforms do not prove to be efficient because of issues concerning responsiveness, flexibility, performance, scalability, accuracy, and more. To manage these huge data sets and to store the archives for longer periods, we need granular access to massively evolving data sets. Addressing this gap has been an important and well recognized interdisciplinary area of Computer Science.
A machine will behave intelligently if the underlying representation scheme exhibits knowledge that can be achieved by representing semantics. Semantic Intelligence refers to filling the semantic gap between the understanding of humans and machines by making a machine look at everything in terms of object oriented concepts as a human look at it. Semantic intelligence helps us make sense of the most vital resource, i.e., data; by virtue of making it interpretable and meaningful. The focus is on information as compared to process. To whatever application, the data will be put to; it is to be represented in a manner that is machine-understandable and hence human-usable. All the important relationships (including who, what, when, where, how and why) in the required data from any heterogeneous data source are required to be made explicit. The Artificial Intelligence technologies, the Machine Intelligence technologies, and the semantic web technologies together make up the Semantic Intelligence Technologies (SITs). SITs have been found as the most important ingredient in building artificially intelligent knowledge based systems as they aid machines in integrating and processing resources contextually and intelligently.

Important Dates

Workshop Proposals June 30, 2020
Workshop Proposals Notifications July 15, 2020
Full length Papers in all tracks Aug 10, 2020
Paper notifications in all tracks Sep 20, 2020
Workshop papers submission Oct 10, 2020
Camera-ready submissions in all tracks Nov 10, 2020
Workshop papers notifications Oct 25, 2020
End of Early Registration Nov 1, 2020
Workshop camera-ready submissions Nov 10, 2020
End of Standard Registration TBD
Main Conference Feb 25-27, 2021

Call for Full Length paper


  • Semantic Web Engineering
  • Ontology-based Data Access
  • Multimodal and Multilingual Access
  • Machine to Machine Communications and Interoperability
  • Knowledge Extraction and Ontology Learning from the Web
  • Multimodal and Multilingual Approach to Computing
  • Computational Paradigms and Computational Intelligence
  • Intelligent Computing and Applications, Case Studies and Tools
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Contributions of Semantic Web Technologies (SWT) to the Society
  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Knowledge representation and Engineering
  • Security Issues in Semantic Web
  • Applications, Opportunities, Challenges
  • Reasoning and Intelligent Processing (Semantic Search Paradigms, Semantic Web Mining, Semantic Sentiment Analysis, Semantic Web Services, Visualization, Query Answering, Semantic Information Access)
  • Mapping Knowledge bases
  • Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Global Epidemics
  • Any other related topic…


The submissions are divided into three tracks, namely the Research Track, the Trends and Perspectives Track, and the Applications and Deployment Track. The contributors are advised to choose the track that best suits their work.

1. The Research Track

The Research Track incorporates papers that present novel work contributing significantly to the advancement of Semantic Intelligence. The submissions should list the research gaps and research contributions filling the said gaps. A section comparing the results of the research with existing benchmarks is highly desirable.

The Trends and Perspectives Track explores the state of the art in the mentioned disciplines.

3. The Applications and Deployment Track

The Applications and Deployment Track accepts papers showcasing the latest advancements and applications of semantic intelligence. Once any technology or methodology originates from the research community, its challenges and benefits are explored by its concrete usage in a practical setting. The application of any research in real-world use cases sets the stage for its visibility. The Applications and Deployment Track is exactly for this purpose. This track seeks submission for applied semantic intelligence. The submissions should list the benefits; the presented application reaps from SITs. In addition to the real-world, the Applications and Deployment Track also welcomes Resources such as the vocabularies, datasets, evaluation benchmarks, and the software.

Submission Guidelines

The submissions are divided into three tracks, namely the Research Track, the Trends and Perspectives Track, and the Use Cases Track. Every paper will be assessed by the track chair and reviewed by at least three program committee members. The contributors are advised to choose the track that best suits their work. The contributions should be related to any one of the three disciplines namely Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, or Semantics for Data and the Web; or their intersection.

  • Submissions in all tracks must be in English with the following page length (pages of around 400 words each):

    • Full papers (12-16 pages including references)
    • Short papers (6-8 pages including references)
  • All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
  • The references should include all published literature relevant to the paper.
  • The review process will be Single-Blind review.
  • Submissions must be either in PDF or in MS-Word, formatted in the style of the Springer Publications format for Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). For details on the CCIS style, see Springer’s Author Instructions.

Call for Workshop/Special Session Proposals

The International Semantic Intelligence Conference 2021 (ISIC 2021) invites proposals for workshops/special sessions on the emerging topics related to the general theme of the conference. The acceptance of the proposal will be subject to the link, its specific theme is able to have with the conference major theme, i.e., Semantic Intelligence. New as well as established workshops/special sessions are welcome to send their proposals.
The proposals should be in a pdf file of maximum two pages long and to be submitted via email to mhamada2000@gmail.com, cc to general chairs (jasarika@nitkkr.ac.ingroppe@ifis.uni-luebeck.de). The proposals must include the following:

  • Workshop/special session title.
  • Chairs with their affiliations and contact information.
  • A description of the workshop’s/special session’s topic and its goals specifically mentioning the connection of the proposal to the conference theme.
  • The scope of the topic chosen as an answer to why do you think it can attract researchers in the field.
  • A very brief statement on diversity commitment for the submissions.
  • Plans for publicity.
  • Potential (or accepted) program committee members.
  • Information about the most recent previous editions of the workshop/special session (if any), like the affiliated event, date, venue, and the number of submitted and accepted papers.
  • Plans for disseminating the results of the workshop/special session (e.g., the CCIS series that the conference has tied up with or opportunities for further dissemination such as special journal issues).
Guidelines specifically for the Workshops:

  • The workshop chairs may structure workshops as they see fit, possibly including one keynote or/and invited talk, panel discussions, presentations of work in progress papers, peer-reviewed papers, doctoral consortiums, demonstrations, programming challenges, tutorials or some combination; the proposed workshop format is to be submitted along with the proposal.
  • The workshops can propose to have their own proceedings with some publisher.
  • The workshops should tell, if they have any plans for seeking sponsorship.
Once accepted, the workshop/special session will be responsible for

  • inviting papers with titles focused on the theme of the workshop/special session.
  • publicizing workshop/special-session in the relevant communities.
  • for setting up an easy chair account for the submission of papers in the same manner as it is for the main conference.
  • creating and maintaining the workshop/special-session website.
  • for quality control over the papers in their sessions, for enforcing deadlines and for submitting all materials by the deadlines.
  • creating the Program Committee and getting the submitted papers reviewed by at least three reviewers of repute. The final decision of acceptance/rejection of papers, and publication in the CCIS proceedings lie with the conference committee.
  • scheduling the workshop program timeline. For the special sessions, the deadlines will be same as for the main conference.

  • The logistics (facilities like rooms and hardware, catering like coffee breaks and lunches, and registration) of the workshops/special sessions will be handled by the ISIC 2021 local chairs.
  • Workshop/special session paper registration fees are the same as regular conference fees. All registered participants are entitled to attend all keynotes, sessions, workshops, panels, tutorials and social events. The workshop/special session papers are also candidates for best paper awards.
  • As a token of honor, the workshop/special session organizer will be given the certificate of chairing the workshop/session and a memento.
  • Each workshop/special session receives one-two free registrations, which are typically used for keynote or invited speakers or the chair. The recipients of the free registrations are at the discretion of the workshop/special session chairs in collaboration with the conference general chairs. If workshops/special sessions are not able to attract sufficient submissions that are finally accepted, the conference committee may decide to cancel the free registrations; in this case, the workshop/special session chairs will have to bear it themselves.

Should you have any queries regarding your Workshop/Special Session proposal, please contact at jasarika@nitkkr.ac.in. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference!

Call for Technical Program Committee

Researchers and practitioners from all over the world, from academia, industry, and the government are invited to participate in the conference and share their perspectives, experiences, and vision by joining the Technical Program Committee. Kindly fill your details in this google form, in case you are interested.


Early Bird
(Till Nov 1, 2020)
Regular Registration
(Post Nov 1, 2020)
Regular / Professional 10,500 350 13,000 500
Academician 8,500 250 10,000 300
Student 5,500 200 6,500 250
Non-author 3,500 100 4,500 130

Important Notes

  1. Author Registration charges include admission to all technical sessions, the registration kit, Tea/Coffee Breaks and Banquet Lunches on the Conference Days, reception, social event, and one banquet dinner.
  2. Non-author Registration charges include Banquet Lunches on the Conference Days, reception, social event, and one banquet dinner.
  3. Registration fees do not include accommodation and travel expenses.
  4. All the fees are exclusive of bank and service charges and inclusive of GST.
  5. As the venue of the conference is India, there are separate registration fees for Indian students and delegates, as mentioned in the table. Only the authors permanently residing (studying/working) in India can make payments in INR.
  6. All other authors including Indians currently residing or working in other countries should make payments in USD.
  7. SAARC Countries include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, The Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
  8. The signature of the authorship i.e. name of the authors, their affiliations and their order in the paper cannot be changed, once the camera-ready paper submission deadline is over.
  9. If an author has multiple accepted papers in ISIC2021, he/she needs to register for each paper separately with a discount of 10% for each additional paper.
  10. For student type registration, a valid student id is required along with the registration formalities, and the original one will be requested at the registration desk for verification.


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