23rd International World Wide Web Conference


The 23rd International World Wide Web Conference
April 7-11, 2014 / Seoul, Korea

For more than two decades, the International World-Wide Web Conference
has been the premier venue for researchers, academics, businesses, and
standard bodies to come together and discuss latest updates on the state
and evolutionary path of the Web. The main conference program of WWW
2014 will have 11 areas (or themes) for refereed paper presentations.
and we invite you to submit your cutting-edge, exciting, new
breakthrough work to the relevant area. In addition to the main
conference, WWW 2014 will also have a series of co-located workshops,
keynote speeches, tutorials, panels, a developer track, and poster and
demo sessions.

The list of areas for this year is as follows:

– Behavioral Analysis and Personalization
– Content Analysis
– Crowd Phenomena
– Internet Economics and Monetization
– Security, Privacy, Trust, and Abuse
– Semantic Web
– Social Networks and Graph Analysis
– Software Infrastructure, Performance, Scalability, and Availability
– User Interfaces, Human Factors, and Smart (Mobile) Devices
– Web Mining
Web Search

Important Dates:

Research track abstract registration:
Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 (23:59 Hawaii Standard Time)

Research track full paper submission:
Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 (23:59 Hawaii Standard Time)

Notifications of acceptance:
Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Paper Submission Requirements:

All submitted papers must:
be written in English;
contain author names, affiliations, and email addresses;
be formatted according to the ACM SIG Proceedings template
(http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates) with a font
size no smaller than 9pt;
be in PDF (make sure that the PDF can be viewed on any platform), and
formatted for US Letter size;
occupy no more than ten pages, including the abstract and appendices,
but excluding references.

It is the authors’ responsibility to ensure that their submissions
adhere strictly to the required format. Submissions that do not comply
with the above guidelines may be rejected without review.

Research papers should be submitted through EasyChair at:

General Chair:
Chin-Wan Chung (KAIST)
General Vice Chairs:
Sang-goo Lee (Seoul National University)
Sue Moon (KAIST)
In-soo Park (MOTIE/KATS)
PC Co-Chairs for Research Track:
Andrei Broder (Google)
Kyuseok Shim (Seoul National University)
Torsten Suel (New York University)

Area Chairs:

Behavioral Analysis and Personalization
– Pearl Pu (EPFL)
– Andrew Tomkins (Google)

Content Analysis
– Seung-won Hwang (POSTECH)
– Lillian Lee (Cornell University)

Crowd Phenomena
– Panos Ipeirotis (NYU)
– Stefano Leonardi (Univ. La Sapienza)

Internet Economics and Monetization
– Arpita Ghosh (Cornell University)
– Vanja Josifovski (Google)

Security, Privacy, Trust, and Abuse
– Nicolas Christin (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
– Yongdae Kim (KAIST)

Semantic Web
– Ramanathan Guha (Google)
– Daniel Schwabe (PUC-Rio)

Social Networks and Graph Analysis
– Aristides Gionis (Aalto University)
– Alessandro Panconesi (Univ. La Sapienza)

Software Infrastructure, Performance, Scalability, and Availability
– Zhen Xiao (Peking University)
– Malgorzata Steinder (IBM Research)

User Interfaces, Human Factors, and Smart Devices
– Cecilia Mascolo (Univ. of Cambridge)
– Xing Xie (Microsoft Research Asia)

Web Mining
– Yukata Matsuo (University of Tokyo)
– Rajeev Rastogi (Amazon)

Web Search
– Junghoo Cho (UCLA)
– Yoelle Maarek (Yahoo!)

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