For general inquiries you can contact:

DBpedia Association

Institut für Angewandte Informatik e.V

Donations are tax deductible in countries like Germany and in general in the EU, similarly in the U.S. and other countries.

  • building a better DBpedia for its users

  • systematically develop DBpedia’s public data, software and services

  • continuously merge community contributions into the core assets of DBpedia

  • buying a new server to host DBpedia Spotlight

  • providing fresh releases and increasing data quality

  • hosting of DBpedia’s public data, software and services

You can donate to the DBpedia Association (processed by the Institut für Angewandte Informatik) via

  1. Paypal (2.2% of your donation goes to Paypal)


  1. bank transfer (no fee in Europe)

IBAN: DE33 8204 0000 0262 6885 09


Bank:  Commerzbank Jena


If you need a donor certificate contact us and send us your details (name of the

organization/company, address).

Yes, you find an overview in the membership section.

If you would like to become a member of the DBpedia Association, please go directly to the application form or contact us. Students can sign up for free at the DBpedia Association.


Please have a look at the career section. We will process your application and get back to you as soon as possible. For any questions regarding the positions or the application process please contact:

There are various ways to contribute to the project. Here you can find the different ways of contribution:


DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and make this information available on the Web. DBpedia provides a complementary service to Wikipedia by exposing knowledge (from 130 Wikimedia projects, in particular the English Wikipedia, Commons, Wikidata and over 100 Wikipedia language editions) in a quality-controlled form compatible with tools covering ad-hoc structured data querying, business intelligence & analytics, entity extraction, natural language processing, reasoning & inference, machine learning services, and artificial intelligence in general.


We set up a new portal to streamline support requests for DBpedia. We would encourage you to submit all questions to (Sign up required for posting)