Important Dates - WWW2017

WWW2017

Conference dates: April 3-7

Research Tracks

  • Abstract submission: October 19
  • Full Paper submission: October 24
  • Acceptance notification: December 21
  • Camera ready: February 14
  • Research Track dates: April 5-7

Workshops

  • Proposal submission: November 4
  • Acceptance notification: November 18
  • Workshop paper submission: January 7
  • Workshop dates: April 3-4

Tutorials

  • Proposal submission: November 18
  • Acceptance notification: January 16
  • Tutorial dates: April 3-4

Poster Track

  • Paper submission: January 8
  • Acceptance notification: February 9
  • Camera ready: February 17
  • Poster Track dates: April 5-7

Demo Track

  • Paper submission: January 22
  • Acceptance notification: January 31
  • Camera ready: February 14
  • Demo Track dates: April 5-7

Ph.D. Symposium

  • Paper submission: January 8
  • Acceptance notification: January 31
  • Camera ready: February 8
  • Ph.D. Symposium date: TBA

Alternate Tracks

  • Paper submission: January 8
  • Acceptance notification: January 31
  • Camera ready: February 14
  • Alternate Track dates: April 5-7

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    A complete list of dates for WWW2017 paper submissions, acceptances, notification and the provision of camera-ready art.

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