[CITASA] #WebSci14: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia gciampag at indiana.edu
Tue Jun 3 04:15:56 EDT 2014


*** Apologies for multiple postings ***

The 6th ACM Web Science Conference will be held 23-26 June 2014 on the
beautiful campus of Indiana University, Bloomington. Web Science
continues to focus on the study of information networks, social
communities, organizations, applications, and policies that shape and
are shaped by the Web.

The WebSci14 program includes 29 paper presentations, 35 posters with
lightening talks, a documentary, and keynotes by Dame Wendy Hall (U.
of Southampton), JP Rangaswami (Salesforce.com), Laura DeNardis
(American University) and Daniel Tunkelang (LinkedIn). Several
workshops will be held in conjunction with the conference on topics
such as Altmetrics, computational approaches to social modeling, the
complex dynamics of the Web, the Web of scientific knowledge,
interdisciplinary coups to calamities, Web Science education, Web
observatories, and Cybercrime and Cyberwar. Conference attendees will
have an opportunity to enjoy the exhibit Places & Spaces: Mapping
Science, meant to inspire cross-disciplinary discussion on how to
track and communicate human activity and scientific progress on a
global scale. Finally, we will award prizes for the most innovative
visualizations of Web data. For this data challenge, we are providing
four large datasets that will remain publicly available to Web
scientists.

For more information on the program, registration, and a full schedule
please visit http://WebSci14.org <http://websci14.org/> and follow us on
Twitter
(@WebSciConf) or like us on Facebook
(https://www.facebook.com/WebSci14).

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Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia

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