KGC 2023 FAQ

The Conference

Q) What is the format of the conference?
A) The Knowledge Graph Conference (KGC) 2023 is a 5-day hybrid conference with multiple parallel tracks everyday, covering a multitude of topics related to knowledge graph technologies.

Q) When and where will KGC 2023 take place?
A) The Knowledge Graph Conference 2023 will take place virtually online in its entirety via Airmeet, and in person at the prestigious Cornell Tech Campus in NYC, apart from the final day (Virtual Friday), which will be virtual only.
May 8-9 will see Cornell Tech host our two-day masterclasses and workshops (in-person and online), May 10-11 will be the main event, The Knowledge Graph Conference, two days of multiple tracks covering an array of KG-related topics (in-person and online) and then finally, May 12 our Virtual Friday, which will be on Airmeet only. KGC 2023 will take place with respect to eastern timezone.

Q) What kind of track topics will be covered during the conference?
A) During KGC 2023, you can expect to find a great variety of subject matter related to knowledge graphs (KG) and knowledge technologies. We will cover topics ranging from data architecture, graph neural networks, natural language processing, graph data science, business use cases, ontologies and taxonomies, content KGs, search engine optimization, healthcare and life sciences, library, semantic layer, web3 and decentralization, semantic web, open knowledge networks, European projects, and much much more.

Q) Will the In-Person conference presentations be made available online?
A) Both In-Person and Virtual presentations will be streamed in real-time to the online attendees. All presentations will be recorded and then made available for replay within the Airmeet platform for 4  weeks after the conference.


Registration

Q) Where and how can I purchase a ticket?
A) You may navigate to this Airmeet registration page to purchase a ticket: https://www.airmeet.com/e/0c051720-4a51-11ed-b7ce-81fe6535fd7a

Q) What is included in the In-Person + Virtual All Access ticket?
A) The ticket includes access to the In-Person event taking place in the Cornell Tech Campus from May 8-12 as well as access to all Virtual conference sessions and activities on Airmeet. In addition to being able to attend all aspects of the conference live, you will be able to review any previous sessions on-demand for 4 weeks post conference and gain complimentary access to the KGC video library for 3 months.

Q) What is included in the Virtual All Access tickets?
A) The ticket includes access to all Virtual conference sessions and activities on Airmeet. In addition to being able to attend all aspects of the conference live, you will be able to review any previous sessions on-demand for 4 weeks post conference and gain complimentary access to the KGC video library for 3 months.

Q) What is the difference between the Virtual All Access and Virtual All Access (Academic/ NGO/ Gov) ticket options?
A) Virtual All Access (Academic/ NGO/ Gov) ticket was created to make the programming accessible to academics, government agents, and non-profit organizations. The other Virtual All Access ticket is intended for the general public.

Q) How do I verify I have completed registration for a ticket on the registration page?
A) Once you have completed your ticketing purchase, you will receive an email at the email account you registered with, attesting that your registration is valid and complete. Please ensure you have used the correct email address during registration.
If you encounter any issues post registration, please send an email to info@knowledgegraph.tech with the subject, “Registration Issues”.

Q) How can I access the event once the conference starts?
A) Once you have completed your ticketing purchase, you will receive an email at the email account you registered with, that contains a single sign on magic link. You will be able to click on that link to sign in to your respective account.
For more information, please read: AIRMEET MAGIC LINK.


In-Person Conference

Q) How will I be able to check in?
A) The day(s) of the conference you will go to the registration desk in the Verizon Executive Education Center in order to begin the check-in process. The check in process involves showing a valid government issued ID.

Q) Will I be able to retrieve badges for a colleague during check in?
A) You will not be able to retrieve badges for anyone other than yourself.

Q) What is the Visa Waiver Program?
A) A foreign national traveling to the United States to conduct temporary business needs a visitor visa (B-1) unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program. For more information, please read: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/business.html.

Q) Where should I make hotel arrangements?
A) For more information, please visit the following 3 hotel website:
1. Graduate Hotel: Roosevelt Island <- CONFERENCE PREFERRED HOTEL.
KGC’s negotiated room rate is $255.00 per night plus tax.
2. Hilton Garden Inn: New York Manhattan/ Midtown-East
3. Affinia: Gardens Suites Hotel

Q) How do I get to the Cornell Tech Campus?
A) For more information, please read: Cornell Tech Campus Transportation Details.


Refund

Q) Are there refunds for the In-Person ticket option?
A) Please reference our Refund Policy in our Terms and Conditions.

Q) Are there refunds for the Virtual ticket options?
A) No.
For more information, please reference our Refund Policy in our Terms and Conditions


Links for Additional Information


Referenced Documents

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with these policies.