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The Knowledge Graph Conference 2022

Call for Presentations is closed!

We’re looking for inspiring voices, ideas, and expertise from industry leaders and storytellers like yourself.


KGC2022 bridges the gap between industry, which is increasingly recognizing the necessity of connected data, and academia, where semantic technologies have been developing for many years. Our events, education, content, and community efforts facilitate meaningful exchange between diverse groups and increase awareness, development, and adoption of this powerful technology.

Connecting the dots is core to what we do, so show us how you’re connecting the dots through knowledge graphs.

We encourage individuals of all backgrounds and levels of speaking experience to submit a proposal. If you’re selected as a speaker, you will receive a free digital pass and speaker support throughout your presentation development process. The selection process is competitive, but we have tips to help you submit a winning proposal.

Please note that we do not offer any paid opportunities to speakers, and these sessions are not for service and product pitches. If you’re interested in marketing your solutions, email partner@knowledgegraph.tech.

Proposal Review Process

Each proposal will be evaluated on an ongoing basis by the conference program committee, which consists of practitioners with a strong industry and academic background on knowledge graphs.

We receive a large number of submissions, therefore it is not possible to accept all the presentations. we will prioritize presentations based on the following:

  • Concise abstract explaining what attendees will learn and why it is important
  • Impact of the underlying work

Upon acceptance, speakers will be invited to give a 20 minutes presentation. Coaching will be available to help presenters focusing their message and ensure the most impactful presentation can be delivered. Each talk will be pre-recorded and the video recording will be due a month after the latest acceptance notification was sent (please check Important Dates). The presentations will then happen either in person, virtually, live or recorded. The majority of the presentation should be focused on the solution, not overviews of common problems. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at info@knowledgegraph.tech.

Important Dates

  • January 5, January 16, 2022 — Abstract Submission Deadline
  • January 10, January 22 2022 — Final Notification of Acceptance
  • April 15, 2022 — Deadline for uploading slides to google drive
  • April 18-24, 2022 — Speaker coaching sessions
  • May 2–3, 2022 — Workshops and Tutorials will be held in a Hybrid format (New York and Virtually)
  • May 4–5, 2022 — KGC 2022 will be held in a Hybrid format (New York and Virtually)

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