The Web Conference
|Event in series||WWW|
|Dates||2019/05/13 (iCal) - 2019/05/17|
|Location:||San Francisco, California, USA|
|Keynote speaker:||Jeff Dean, Lawrence Lessig|
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|Tweets by @TheWebConf|
We invite contributions to the research track of The Web Conference 2019 (formerly known as WWW). The conference will take place in San Francisco, CA, USA from May 13 to May 17, 2019, and will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Web.
The Web Conference is the premier conference focused on understanding the current state and the evolution of the Web through the lens of computer science, computational social science, economics, policy, and many other disciplines. The 2019 edition of the conference will be a reflection point as we will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Web. To this end, we encourage submissions that describe in-depth studies to improve our understanding of the Web and its impact, introduce technical and socio-technical advances that enhance and expand Web platforms and technologies, and make strides in democratizing access to Web information and knowledge. The specific topics of interest are highlighted in the 12 research tracks listed below.
The proceedings of The Web Conference are published online (open access) and through IW3C2 website, as well as the ACM Digital Library.
Authors can submit two types of papers: short papers (up to 6 pages in length) and full papers (up to 10 pages in length), plus unlimited pages for references. Page limits include diagrams and appendices. Submissions should be formatted according to the formatting instructions in the General Guidelines.
Submit papers through easychair.org/conferences/?conf=thewebconf2019
The review process will be double-blind. Each paper is submitted to one of the 12 tracks. Program committee (PC) members will self-declare their expertise for each paper (passing knowledge, knowledgeable, expert). Each submission will receive at least three independent reviews in the track. The goal of the review step is to provide constructive evaluation of a submitted paper. Each submission will also receive a composite score in addition to a comprehensive review. The submission will be discussed between the PC members who reviewed the paper and the track chairs, and submissions in each track will be ranked based on factors including technical merits, originality of work, potential impact of results, quality of execution, quality of presentation, adequacy of citations, and reproducibility, and recommended for presentation at the conference and awards. Recommendations from all tracks will be further discussed with additional assessment at a face-to-face meeting involving track chairs and the PC chairs. Accepted submissions will comprise sets of full papers (10 pages plus references) with oral presentations and poster presentations, full papers (10 pages plus references) with poster presentations, and short papers (6 pages plus references) with poster presentations. Some full-paper submissions may be accepted as short papers. Author consent to accept full-paper submissions as short papers will be sought during full-paper submission.
|Abstract deadline||October 29, 2018 +|
|Acronym||WWW 2019 +|
|End date||May 17, 2019 +|
|Event in series||WWW +|
|Has Keynote speaker||Jeff Dean + and Lawrence Lessig +|
|Has Submitting link||http://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=thewebconf2019 +|
|Has coordinates||37° 46' 45", -122° 25' 9"Latitude: 37.779280555556|
Longitude: -122.41923611111 +
|Has location city||San Francisco +|
|Has location country||Category:USA +|
|Has location state||California +|
|Has twitter||@TheWebConf +|
|Notification||January 21, 2019 +|
|Paper deadline||November 5, 2018 +|
|Start date||May 13, 2019 +|
|Submission deadline||November 5, 2018 +|
|Title||The Web Conference +|