Call for Papers is now closed

As an XML conference, all papers which are focused around XML and Linked Data technologies such as XSLT, XQuery, SPARQL, XForms, XProc etc are welcome, but papers which target a conference theme topic will usually be given more consideration than papers which do not.
However, papers of outstanding quality or novelty will always have a place at XML London, regardless of whether they fit into any of the conference theme topics.

3rd January

Opening of Call for papers.

7th March

Close of call for papers.

7th April

Notification to Authors.

6th May

Receipt of Final Papers.

Conference Theme Topics

The Semantic Web

The world of RDF, RDFa, triples, linked data, semantics and SPARQL.

Document & Graph Databases

The future of search over structured and unstructured data with NoSQL solutions.

Financial Data

The role and use of XML technologies in the world of banks, finance & trading, regulatory reporting. FpML, FIBO, FIX, etc.

Modern Publishing

Single sourcing, delivering content to a Web of Devices using Markup technologies such as DITA, S1000D, DocBook, HTML, EPUB, etc.

XML Elephant

Coping with and processing huge volumes of XML and Big data effectively.

Teaching XML

XML technology is cool, why so? What can it do for people who are not using it?

Applied XML

Real life use cases of where XML technologies have been beneficial.


HTML5, Web Components, cutting edge web standards and innovations.

Instructions for Authors

XML London will start to accept papers and extended abstracts from 3rd January 2016. Initial submissions can be in any format, however if your paper or extended abstract is accepted on the 7th April, the final and full version of the paper must be submitted by 6th May in DocBook 5.0 XML format.

Submitting an extended abstract or a final paper

XML London use Microsoft's Conference Management Tool to handle submissions. To submit an extended abstract or a final paper, please register at the following URL:

What is an Extended Abstract?

An extended abstract is some what shorter than a full paper, being between 1 to 4 pages long. The document should include an abstract, references and enough clear, detailed information and explanations so the program committee members can easily get a clear understanding of what you are proposing.

DocBook XML Format

Final papers must be submitted as well-formed and valid DocBook 5.0 XML documents. The XML documents root level element must be an <article> node. DocBook documentation and schemas can be found on the DocBook website.

If you are not familiar with the DocBook format, there are Development tools which can help you, some suggestions are oXygen and XMLMind.

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XML London - RDF triple store

All information about the XML London conference is open and available in Linked RDF format.

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Graph Store Protocol:

Data Contributions and Thanks

Thanks go to Charles Foster and William Holmes for their contributions to the XML London dataset.

If you would like to contribute to the XML London dataset, please submit a Git Pull Request to

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