The WWW/Internet 2016 conference aims to address the main issues of concern within WWW/Internet. WWW and Internet had a huge development in recent years. Aspects of concern are no longer just technical anymore but other aspects have arisen. This conference aims to cover both technological as well as non-technological issues related to these developments. Main tracks have been identified (see below). However innovative contributes that don’t fit into these areas will also be considered since they might be of benefit to conference attendees.
Topics related to WWW/Internet are of interest. These include, but are not limited to the following areas:
• Collaborative Systems
• Social Networks
• Enterprise Wikis and Blogging
• Mashups and Web Programming
• Tagging and User Rating Systems
• Citizen JournalismSemantic Web and XML
• Semantic Web Architectures
• Semantic Web Middleware
• Semantic Web Services
• Semantic Web Agents
• Applications of Semantic Web
• Semantic Web Data Management
• Information Retrieval in Semantic Web
Applications and Uses
|Services, Architectures and Web Development
• Wireless Web
• Mobile Web
• Cloud/Grid Computing
• Web Metrics
• Web Standards
• Internet Architectures
• Network Algorithms
• Network Architectures
• Network Computing
• Network Management
• Network Performance
• Content Delivery Technologies
• Protocols and Standards
• Traffic Models
The Conference will be composed of several types of contributions:
- Full Papers – These include mainly accomplished research results and have 8 pages at the maximum (5,000 words).
- Short Papers – These are mostly composed of work in progress reports or fresh developments and have 4 pages at maximum (2,500 words).
- Reflection Papers – These might review recent research literature pertaining to a particular problem or approach, indicate what the findings suggest, and/or provide a suggestion – with rationale and justification – for a different approach or perspective on that problem. Reflection papers might also analyze general trends or discuss important issues in topics related to WWW/Internet. These have two pages at maximum (1500 words).
- Posters / Demonstrations – These contain implementation information or work-in-progress and have two pages at maximum (1250 words) besides the poster itself (or demonstration) that will be exposed at the conference.
- Tutorials – Tutorials can be proposed by scholars or company representatives. A proposal of maximum 250 words is expected.
- Panels – Discussions on selected topics will be held. A proposal of maximum 250 words is expected.
- Invited Talks – These will be made of contributions from well-known scholars and company representatives. An abstract will be included in the conference proceedings.
- Doctoral Consortium – A Doctoral Consortium will discuss in group, individual projects and on going work of PhD students. Prospective students should send a report of their PhD projects and work so far with a maximum of 4 pages (2,500 words).
- Corporate Showcases & Exhibitions – The former enables Companies to present recent developments and applications, inform a large and qualified audience of your future directions and showcase company’s noteworthy products and services. There will be a time slot for companies to make their presentation in a room. The latter enables companies the opportunity to display its latest offerings of hardware, software, tools, services and books, through an exhibit booth. For further details please contact the publicity chair – firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a blind peer-reviewed conference.
– Submission Deadline (1st call – new date): 23 May 2016
– Notification to Authors (1st call – new date): 27 June 2016
– Final Camera-Ready Submission and Early Registration (1st call): until 20 June 2016
– Late Registration (1st call): after 20 June 2016
– Conference: 28 – 30 October 2016