Press Release: DATAVERSITY Seeks Speaking Proposals for Graph Technology Conference

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April 17, 2019– DATAVERSITY Education, LLC announced the Call for Presentations today for Graphorum, an educational conference focused on graph technology. The event will be held October 14-17, 2019, at the Westin Chicago River North in Chicago, Ill. Proposals must be received by May 10th in order to be considered. For more event details and speaker submission guidelines, visit

The four-day event will feature a comprehensive program designed to accommodate all levels of technical understanding in the rapidly expanding graph community: “Graph technology has been steadily growing for many years now, but it recently hit a critical mass,” says DATAVERSITY CEO and Program Chair Tony Shaw. “Knowledge graphs, graph analytics, graph databases, graphs and AI – the field is exploding with innovation and new practical applications. Graphorum is a vendor-neutral educational platform dedicated to graph applications, so it’s the perfect venue if you want to understand what graphs can do for your organization.”

The conference committee seeks proposals for 60-minute conference sessions and panel discussions, 30-minute keynote presentations, five-minute “lightning” talks, and three-hour tutorials and workshops that take a more hands-on, in-depth approach. Speaker selections will be announced starting on May 20. Visit a full list of tips, topics, and deadlines.

For questions about speaking proposals, please contact Tony Shaw at

For media inquiries, please contact Laura Lucht at

For questions about sponsoring the conference, please contact Warwick Davies at


DATAVERSITY is a digital publisher of educational content for business and information technology professionals on the uses and management of data. Our team strives to provide high-quality resources to the worldwide community of practitioners, experts, and developers who participate and benefit from our face-to-face hosted conferences, free online conferences, live webinars, white papers, online training, daily news, articles and blog posts, and much more. For more information, please visit


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