Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering

Monday, October 24th - 09:00 - 12:30 - Room: Rheinaue

There has been more and more evidence that the usage of Semantic Web technologies leads to improvements in both the process and product of software development activities. The goal of the SWESE workshop is to advance research on this this important area. We believe that the informal nature of the workshop, located at one of the major events of Semantic Web, will lead to further exchange between practitioners and researchers working on issues related to Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering by providing a forum for discussing the major challenges of the area and the different approaches being taken to resolve them.

Find the schedule and more information on the workshop's website.

Accepted Workshop Papers

Full Papers

Colin Atkinson, Bastian Kennel and Björn Goß. Supporting Constructive and Exploratory Modes of Modeling in Multi-Level Ontologies.

Heiko Paulheim and Lars Meyer. Developing Efficient Ontology-based Systems Using A-box Data from Running Applications.

Emanuele Della Valle, Gaetano Niro and Catalina Mancas. Results of a Survey on Improving the Art of Semantic Web Application Development.

Katja Siegemund, Edward J. Thomas, Yuting Zhao, Jeff Z. Pan and Uwe Assmann. Towards Ontology-driven Requirements Engineering.

Eleni Mikroyannidi, Robert Stevens and Alan Rector. Identifying ontology design styles with metrics.

Poster Papers

Ken Wenzel. Ontology-Driven Application Architectures with KOMMA.

Tobias Wieschnowsky and Heiko Paulheim. A Visual Tool for Supporting Developers in Ontology-based Application Integration.

Stefan Dietze, Dong Liu, Hong Qing Yu and Carlos Pedrinaci. Semantic Web-driven Development of Services-oriented Systems ¬ Exploiting Linked Data for Services Annotation and Discovery.


Find the proceedings of the workshop here.


Organising Committee

Programme Committee

  • Uwe Assman (DE), Technical University of Dresden
  • Colin Atkinson (DE), University of Mannheim
  • Ken Baclawski (US), Northeastern University
  • Roberta Cuel (IT), University of Trento
  • Paola Di Maio (UK), University of Strathclyde
  • Jin Song Dong (SG), National University of Singapore
  • Jürgen Ebert (DE), University of Koblenz
  • Andreas Friesen (DE), SAP Research
  • Dragan Gasevic, (CA) Simon Fraser University Surrey
  • Michael Goedicke (DE), University of Essen
  • Jakob Henriksson (US), Intelligent Automation, Inc.
  • Mitch Kokar (US), Northeastern University
  • Harald Kühn (AT), BOC
  • David Martin (US), SRI International
  • Krzysztof Miksa (PL), Comarch
  • Jishnu Mukerji (US), Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Daniel Oberle (DE), SAP Research
  • Fernando Silva Parreiras (DE), University of Koblenz
  • Yuan Ren (UK), University of Aberdeen
  • Dave Reynolds (UK), Epimorphics Ltd
  • Michael K. Smith (US), Hewlett-Packard
  • Hai Wang (UK), Aston University
  • Andrea Zisman (UK), City University, London