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D2R2’23: Second International Workshop on Linked Data-driven Resilience Research 2023 (2023-05-28)¤

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2023-05-28 - Thank you all!

Group Picture We thank you all for participating in the D2R2’23 workshop.

The active discussions demonstrated that the research topic is still underrepresented, so we decided to organize a third instantiation of the workshop and look into our options for next year already 😁

2023-05-22 - Proceedings Online

The “Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Linked Data-driven Resilience Research 2023” are published as volume 3401 of the CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

2023-05-15 - Program Online

The workshop program is now online.

2023-04-21 - Author Notification

After getting 29 reviews for the 10 submissions, we selected 7 submissions for publication and presentation on the workshop. Congratulations to the authors - we are looking forward to see you in Hersonissos, Greece 😁

2023-03-10 - Journal Special Issue

We plan to invite a selection of the best contributions to the D2R2 workshop to submit an extended article to a special issue of the it - Information Technology journal.

2023-03-08 - Deadline extension

We extended the deadline for workshop submissions to 2023-03-23.

2023-03-07 - Keynote confirmed

We are happy to announce, that Simon Gottschalk confirmed to open our workshop with his keynote “Knowledge Graphs for Global Events and Trade”.

2023-02-16 - Date fixed

The ESWC2023 organization team just finalized the workshop and tutorial schedule. The D2R2‘23 workshop will take place on 2023-05-28 (Sunday) in the late morning session.

2023-01-03 - Workshop accepted

The Second International Workshop on Linked Data-driven Resilience Research 2023 (D2R2’23) is accepted as a half-day Workshop on May 28th/29th, 2023 at Aldemar Knossos Royal & Royal Villa, co-located with ESWC2023.

Please have a look at the Call for Papers to get a overview on important dates.


Knowledge Graphs for Global Events and Trade by Dr. Simon Gottschalk (Research group leader at the L3S Research Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover)

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Events, company and trade networks are essential in investigating global societal and economic interrelations. Knowledge graphs can model these facets. This talk will first give an overview of EventKG – a multilingual knowledge graph of more than 1 million events in 15 languages. These events, attributes, and relations enable event analytics and reveal global dependencies. In addition, this talk introduces the project ATTENTION! and how it aims at using knowledge graphs to help understand global trade and company networks. By detecting potential conspicuous patterns, the goal is to protect a company’s supply chain and to ensure its brand protection.


In the face of continuously changing contextual conditions and ubiquitous disruptive crisis events, the concept of resilience refers to some of the most urgent, challenging, and interesting issues of nowadays society.

Recent crises like the Covid-19 pandemic wave and the Russia-Ukraine War have not only tested supply chains and economic value networks to their limits but revealed the need to increase flexibility of technical infrastructures, energy supply, health systems, and social textures alike. Currently, many economic and social spheres are continuously challenged by recession fear, political ploys, and weather disasters to unfold capacities to withstand as well as refine and transform themselves to stay ahead of changes.

Semantically represented data can play a crucial role in increasing transparency of value chains and understanding the complex mechanisms of crisis factors on a global level. The systematic integration, KI-based modeling and analysis of huge amounts of data from various sources can build a new basis for situational awareness and decision making as well as for the elaboration of advanced resilience strategies.

The D2R2’23 workshop, which is organized by the CoyPu project, will provide an open forum to exchange current issues, ideas, and trends in the area of Data-driven Resilience Research. The workshop will bring together scientists, software engineers, resilience practitioners, and domain experts in order to approach the topic from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Ongoing technological developments, current research approaches as well as use case scenarios, and field reports will be presented and discussed with a broad specialist audience.

We invite contributions of novel results and ongoing work as well as position papers focusing on various aspects of Data-driven Resilience Research from a scientific or practical perspective.

Last update: 2023-05-31
Created: 2023-01-03