“ConnectionLens: Finding Connections Across Heterogeneous Data Sources” by Camille Chanial, Rédouane Dziri, Helena Galhardas, Julien Leblay, Minh-Huong Le Nguyen and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted for presentation in VLDB 2018.
The paper “A Content Management Perspective on Fact-Checking” by Sylvie Cazalens, Philippe Lamarre, Julien Leblay, Ioana Manolescu and Xavier Tannier has been accepted in the “Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking” track at The Web Conference (formerly WWW Conference) 2018.
The paper “Quotient RDF Summaries based on Type Hierarchies” by Paweł Guzewicz and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted in the Data Engineering Meets the Semantic Web (DESWeb) workshop in conjunction with ICDE 2018.
The poster paper “A Framework for Efficient Representative Summarization of RDF Graphs” by Šejla Čebirić, François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted at the ISWC (International Semantic Web Conference).
Ioana authored this article: http://binaire.blog.lemonde.fr/2017/04/05/la-verite-rien-que-la-verite/ explaining fact-checking to a general audience (in French). Binaire is a blog hosted by Le Monde where various computer scientists present selected topics of their discipline to the general public.
The paper “Extracting Linked Data from statistic spreadsheets” by Tien-Duc Cao, Ioana Manolescu and Xavier Tannier has been accepted at the International Workshop on Semantic Big Data in conjunction with the ACM Conference 2017.