Best Paper -- Research Track

Prize: 1500 USD     Sponsor: Elsevier
Efficient Dependency Analysis for Rule-Based Ontologies

Larry González, Alex Ivliev, Markus Krötzsch, Stephan Mennicke

Best Student Paper -- Research Track

Prize: 1000 USD     Sponsor: Artificial Intelligence Journal
Faithful Embeddings for EL++ Knowledge Bases

Bo Xiong, Nico Potyka, Trung-Kien Tran, Mojtaba Nayyeri, Steffen Staab

Best Paper -- Resource Track

Prize: 1500 USD     Sponsor: Springer Nature
LODChain: Strengthen the Connectivity of your RDF Dataset to the Rest LOD Cloud
Michalis Mountantonakis and Yannis Tzitzikas

Best Paper -- In-use Track

Prize: 1500 USD     Sponsor: ChinaScope
Leveraging Knowledge Graph Technologies to Assess Journals and Conferences at Springer Nature
Simone Angioni, Angelo Antonio Salatino, Francesco Osborne, Aliaksandr Birukou, Diego Reforgiato and Enrico Motta.

Best Poster

Prize: 300 USD     Sponsor: IBM Research
EMAI: An Ontology for Modeling the Energy Consumption of AI Models

Michael Färber and David Lamprecht

Best Demo

Prize: 600 USD     Sponsor: IBM Research
OBDA vs Forward Chaining: the ForBackBench Framework
Afnan Alhazmi and George Konstantinidis

Semantic Web Challenges

LM-KBC Challenge Winners

Track 1: BERT track with low computational requirements
Task-specific Pre-training and Prompt Decomposition for Knowledge Graph Population with Language Models
T. Li, W. Huang, N. Papasarantopoulos, P. Vougiouklis, J. Z. Pan

Track 2: open track where participants can use any LM
Prompting as Probing: Using Language Models for Knowledge Base Construction
D. Alivanistos, S. Baez Santamaria, M. Cochez, J.-C. Kalo, T. Thanapalasingam, E. van Krieken

SemREC Challenge Winners

Track 1: Real-world ontology that challenges existing reasoners
Reasoning in the Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) ontology – A challenge
P. Garbacz and E. Kendall

Track 2: Neuro-symbolic reasoner that approximates entailments or predicts missing axioms
Not assigned (The two systems worked on different profiles and have not submitted their models for evaluation)

SMART Challenge Winners

Wikidata QA Tasks (EL-RL)
P. Christmann, R. Saha Roy, G. Weikum

DBpedia QA Tasks (AT-EL-RL)
Jiomekong, V. Tsague, B. Foko, U. Melie, G. Camara

SemTab Challenge Winners

Prize: 1000 USD     Sponsor: IBM Research
Accuracy  Track Prize (ex-aequo)
P. Huynh, Y. Chabot, T. Labbé, J. Liu and R. Troncy
X. Li, S. Wang, W. Zhou, G. Zhang, C. Jiang, T. Hong and P. Wang

Dataset Track Prize
K. Korini, R. Peeters and C. Bizer

Best Reviewer -- Research Track

Julien Corman Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy

Honorable mentions
Matteo Palmonari University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy 
Alex Borgida – Rutgers University, US

Best SPC Reviewer -- Research Track

Boris Motik University of Oxford, UK

Honorable mentions
Ken Kaneiwa The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Sabrina Kirrane – Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Best Reviewer -- Resource Track

Honorable mentions
Valentina Anita Carriero
Alessandro Mosca 
Francesco Corcoglioniti