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Early Registration

August 8 - September 12 (extended!)

Late Registration

September 13 - October 8

Very late / on-site registration

October 9 - October 27

Find fees and registration form here.

The registration is open!


We are pleased to announce that both the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Semantic Web Science Association (SWSA) have contributed funds to support participation by full-time students in ISWC 2011. SWSA and NSF will provide 10,000 € and $20,000 respectively, with NSF funds being earmarked to support students attending U.S. Universities. We anticipate that the SWSA funds will support 15 awards between 600-800€, and that the NSF funds will support 13 awards of approximately $1500, although the actual award amounts could be significantly different, depending on the number of qualified applicants.

Find more information here.

Travel Information

In many cases, non-EU nationals are required to obtain the entry permission (Schengen Visa) for Germany. Please consult the advices of the German Federal Foreign Office for further information regarding your country and visa requirements. If you need to apply for a visa, you can request a Letter of Invitation from the ISWC '11 organization to support your application. In addition, we collected useful information about Germany, such as power sockets, time zone and currency.

Find all the information regarding your travel and stay in Germany here.

The conference will be held at the Hotel Maritim Bonn, Germany.

This hotel and convention center has hosted many large conferences, such as the UN Climate Summit in 2010. It offers 16 conference rooms, one of which provides seating for up to 2,800 people. There are 410 elegant, spacious rooms spread across 30 sqm, including 41 elegant suites ranging from 45 to 120 sqm, on top of an executive floor with snacks and drinks. For leisure, there is a pool, sauna, steam bath and fitness center as well.

Bonn is a 2000 year old city, founded by the Romans. It is the hometown of Ludwig van Beethoven and the capital of Western Germany from 1949 till 1990. Since then, the city has developed into a hub of international cooperation, particularly in the area of environment and sustainable development. It boasts many historical sites and museums.
Located in the Cologne/Bonn Region, about 25 kilometres south of Cologne on the river Rhine in the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, it was the capital of West Germany from 1949 to 1990 and the official seat of government of united Germany from 1990 to 1999.

Find more information about Bonn here.

Child Care

We would like to offer you a child care service at ISWC 2011, including various features. If you are interested in using that service, please send us an email in advance stating the age of your child and the language(s) he or she speaks.