EXTENDED DEADLINES: We invite proposals to run workshops at the 26th World Wide Web Conference.
The 26th World Wide Web Conference will be held from 3-7 April 2017 in Perth, Western Australia.
WWW2017 will feature a number of co-located workshops that are intended to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in Web technologies to discuss and exchange positions on current and emergent Web topics. Workshop attendants will exchange ideas and experience, establish common ground in research areas or practical problems, and hopefully identify new opportunities for collaboration and new directions for future activity. Preference will be given to timely topics that will favour highly interactive discussions.
The WWW2017 Local Organising Committee will offer logistic support for the workshops, including: registration, catering, room allocation and audio/visual needs. The supported workshops will take place on the 3rd and 4th of April 2017, at the conference venue – the Perth Conference and Exhibition Centre.
Workshops may vary in length, but the preference is for either a half day (3 hours), ¾ day (4.5 hours), or a full day (6 hours). Accepted workshops will be scheduled so as to avoid conflicts with conference sessions in similar or related areas.
- Workshop proposal submission deadline: NOW EXTENDED TO 4 November, 2016 (23:59 Australian Western Standard Time (AWST))
- Acceptance notification: NOW EXTENDED TO 18 November, 2016
- Workshops dates: Between 3-7 April (To be finalised after acceptance)
- Workshop paper submission deadline: 7 January, 2017 (23:59 Australian Western Standard Time (AWST))
Workshop proceedings will normally be published on the WWW2017 website and through the ACM Digital Library, leading to the following tight production deadlines:
- Workshop paper acceptance notification: 31 January, 2017
- Workshop paper final copy hard deadline: 14 February, 2017
A workshop proposal must include
- A concise title.
- The names and affiliations of the organisers; a typical workshop should count no more than three co-chairs affiliated with different organisations.
- Proposed duration of the workshop
- A statement of the workshop: objective/goals
- A statement detailing: Why is the workshop topic important? Why is the workshop timely? How is it relevant to WWW?
- A two-paragraph description of the workshop topic and themes.
- If the workshop was conducted before, where and when was it conducted? (Please give details on number of attendees, number of submissions, and acceptance ratio.
- A description of the workshop format: How many papers do you hope to present, how many invited speakers, type of activities (e.g., short paper presentation, invited talks, demos, posters, etc.), and an approximate timeline (breaks should be synchronised with scheduled breaks if possible.)
- A description of how workshop submissions will be evaluated, and a tentative PC list (with indication of whether PC members have already been contacted and/or have expressed interest.)
- A short bio of the workshop organisers, including a description of their qualifications relative to the topic area, and past experience in organising/facilitating workshops or research meetings.
Workshop proposals should be no more than five pages in length (10pt with reasonable margins) and must be submitted in PDF form, and written in English.
The paper format will be the same as those submitted to WWW2017 - see the call for papers.
- Kevin Wong (Murdoch University, Australia) email@example.com
- Douglas Chai (Edith Cowan University, Australia) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Irwin King (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) email@example.com