WWW 2017 will offer three full day and 10 half day tutorials that will provide a high quality learning experience to conference attendees on current and emergent Web topics
Participants will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and experience and identify new opportunities for collaboration and new directions for future research.
The tutorials will take place at the conference venue, the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, on Monday 3 April and Tuesday 4 April, 2017. Where available, a brief description of the tutorial has been provided. Hopefully, more of these will be added as they become available.
Tutorials will be scheduled so as to avoid conflicts with conference sessions in similar or related areas. A tentative schedule has been set out below. The exact schedule will be released closer to the conference date.
Monday 3 April - Full day
Towards Obtaining Human-level Multimedia Semantics...
A. Liang, M. Ogihara, G. Ren, S. Parthasarathy,
Monday 3 April - Half day - morning
Caching at the Web Scale
V. Zakhary, D. Agrawal, A. El Abbadi
Distributed Machine Learning: Foundations, Trends, and Practices
T-Y Liu, W. Chen, T. Wang
Constructing Structured Information Networks from Massive Text Corporations
X. Ren, M. Jiang, J. Shang, J. Han
Monday 3 April - Half day - afternoon
Computational Models for Social Network Analysis
Antisocial Behavior on the Web: Characterization and Detection
S. Kumar, J. Cheng, J. Leskovec
Scalable deep document / sequence reasoning with Cognitive Toolkit
W. Darling, C. Marschner, S. Pathak
Tuesday 4 April - Full day
Towards Semantic Applications: …
Dzung Le, Michel Héon, Nick Volmer
The Lifecycle of Geotagged Data
R. Schifanella, B. Thomee, D. A. Shamma
Tuesday 4 April - Half day – morning
Semantic Data Management in Practice
Olaf Hartig, Olivier Curé
Bogdan State, Ingmar Weber
Tuesday 4 April - Half day – afternoon
Semantic Web meets Internet of Things and Web of Things
A. Gyrard, P. Patel, S. K. Datta, M.I. Ali
Large Scale Distributed Data Science from scratch using Apache Spark 2.0
J. G. Shanahan, L. Dai
The tutorials will cater to a varied range of interests and backgrounds: beginners, developers, designers, researchers, practitioners, users, lecturers and representatives of governments and funding agencies who wish to learn new technologies.
More detail on the tutorials will be published closer to the conference date.