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ACM Web Science conference
Categories: Web Science
Avg. acceptance rate: 30.6
Avg. acceptance rate (last 5 years): 18
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ACM Web Science conference (WebSci) has an average acceptance rate of 30.6% (last 5 years 18%).


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

 OrdinalFromToCityCountryGeneral chairPC chairAcceptance rateAttendees
WebSci 2020Jul 7Jul 10SouthamptonUK
WebSci 2019Jun 30Jul 3BostonUSA34.2
WebSci 2018May 27May 30AmsterdamThe NetherlandsHans AkkermansGeert-Jan Houben
Matthew S. Weber
WebSci 2017Jun 26Jun 28TroyUSA35.3
WebSci 2016May 22May 25HannoverGermany51.4
WebSci 2015Jun 28Jul 1OxfordUK15.9
WebSci 2014Jun 23Jun 26BloomingtonUSA20.1
WebSci 2013May 2May 4ParisFrance
WebSci 2012Jun 22Jun 24EvanstonUSA
WebSci 2011Jun 15Jun 17KoblenzGermany

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Web Science is the emergent study of the people and technologies, applications, processes and practices that shape and are shaped by the World Wide Web. Web Science aims to draw together theories, methods and findings from across academic disciplines, and to collaborate with industry, business, government and civil society, to develop our knowledge and understanding of the Web: the largest socio-technical infrastructure in human history. This year's paper sessions are themed around Politics & Culture, Data Challenges, Online Social Behaviour, Innovating Methods, Ethics, Digital Narratives, and Social Safety and Wellbeing.