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The Web Conference
Categories: World wide web
Bibliography: dblp.uni-trier.de/db/conf/www/
CORE Rank (2018): A*
CORE Rank (2017): A*
CORE Rank (2014): A*
Avg. acceptance rate: 20.6
Avg. acceptance rate (last 5 years): 21.6
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The Web Conference (WWW) has an average acceptance rate of 20.6% (last 5 years 21.6%).


The following events of the series WWW are currently known in this wiki:

 OrdinalFromToCityCountryGeneral chairPC chairAcceptance rateAttendees
TheWebConf 202433May 13May 17SingaporeSingaporeTat-Seng Chua
Chong-Wah Ngo
Ravi Kumar
Hady W. Lauw
WWW 2020Apr 20Apr 24TaipeiTaiwanYennun Huang
Irwin King
Tie-Yan Liu
Maarten van Steen
WWW 2019May 13May 17San FranciscoUSARicardo Baeza-Yates
Leila Zia
Ling Liu
Ling Liu
Ryen White
WWW 2018Apr 23Apr 27LyonFranceMounia Lalmas
Panagiotis G. Ipeirotis
WWW 2017Apr 3Apr 7PerthAustralia
WWW 2015May 18May 22FlorenceItaly
WWW 2016Apr 11Apr 15MontrealCanada
WWW 2014Apr 7Apr 11SeoulRepublic of Korea
WWW 2013May 13May 17Rio de JaneiroBrazil
WWW 2012Apr 16Apr 20LyonFrance
WWW 2011Mar 28Apr 1HyderabadIndia
WWW 2010Apr 26Apr 30RaleighUSA
WWW 2009Apr 20Apr 24MadridSpain
WWW 2008Apr 21Apr 25BeijingChinaRobin Chen
Jinpeng Huai
Wei-Ying Ma
Andrew Tomkins
Xiaodong Zhang
WWW 2007May 8May 12BanffCanadaCarey Williamson
Mary Ellen Zurko
Peter Patel-Schneider
Prashant Shenoy
WWW 2006May 22May 26EdinburghUKLeslie Carr
David De Roure
Arun Iyengar
Carole Goble
Mike Dahlin
WWW 2005May 10May 14ChibaJapanTatsuya Hagino
Allan Ellis
Fred Douglis
Prabhakar Raghavan
WWW 2004May 17May 22New YorkUSAStuart Feldman
Mike Uretsky
Marc Najork
Craig Wills
WWW 2003May 17May 22BudapestHungaryPéter Bakonyi
Gusztáv Hencsey
Bebo White
László Kovács
Steve Lawrence
Robin Chen
WWW 2002May 6May 11HonoluluUSADavid LassnerDave De Roure
Arun Iyengar
WWW 2001May 1May 5Hong KongChinaNobuo Saito
Vincent Shen
Michael Lyu
Mary Ellen Zurko
WWW 2000May 15May 19AmsterdamThe NetherlandsIvan Herman
Al Vezza
Dick Bulterman20.4
WWW 1999May 11May 14TorontoCanadaAlbert Vezza
Murray Maloney
Robert Cailliau
Alberto Mendelzon15.8
WWW 1998Apr 14Apr 18BrisbaneAustralia21.6
WWW 1997Apr 7Apr 11Santa ClaraUSA22.5
WWW 1996May 6May 10ParisFrance27.6

Number of Submitted and Accepted Papers (Main Track)


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The Web Conference was formerly known as International World Wide Web Conference, abbreviated as WWW.

Further information can be also found at [1]