Distinguished Student Paper Award
As in recent years, the program committee may choose to award a ‘Distinguished Student Paper Award’ to the authors of a student paper, i.e., a paper that was authored solely or primarily by researchers who have not received a doctoral degree yet.
This year’s Distinguished Student Paper Award was given to Leif Sabellek for the paper “Ontology-Mediated Querying with EL: Trichotomy and Linear Datalog Rewritability” (co-authored with Carsten Lutz). Congratulations to Leif!
A limited number of student grants are available for participation in DL 2017. Each grant will cover the student registration fee and may additionally include a contribution towards travel costs.
Grants will be given to motivated students that are genuinely interested in attending the workshop and lack sufficient funding. Preference will be given to the students who have a paper (or abstract) accepted in DL 2017.
The students who are interested in applying for a grant must write until May 22nd an email to the workshop organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “DL 2017 Application for student support” declaring their interest in the student grant and providing with the following information:
• Personal details: name, contact information (email), institution, current level of studies, thesis topic and supervisor (if applicable).
• A short statement of motivation for attending the workshop.
• A letter from your supervisor/program director confirming that you are a full time student and that your workshop participation cannot be financed by other means.
• Please indicate whether you have a paper (or abstract) submitted to the workshop.
We will acknowledge the receipt of applications within 3 working days.
The notifications about grants will be sent out by June 15th.