WWW2008 Tutorials CFP - WWW 2008 Tutorials: Call For Papers
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WWW2008 Tutorials - Call For Papers

Submission Details | Tutorial Committee
** Please visit the Tutorials CFP Wiki page for updates **

Proposal submission deadline: November 1, 2007 (Submission CLOSED)
Proposal notification: January 8, 2008

It is the goal of the WWW2008 Tutorial Program to offer conference attendees and local participants a stimulating and informative selection of tutorials reflecting current topics in Web technology and related issues. These tutorials will be presented by subject matter experts and will reflect the high academic and research standards of the WWW2008 conference.

Proposals will be considered for half-day and full-day tutorials. Topics should have a direct relevance to Web design, services, operation, use, and evaluation. Anticipated areas of interest at the time of WWW2008 include, but are not limited to:

  • XML technologies
  • Web Applications and Services Development
  • Web Engineering
  • Web-based Collaboration and Communication Technologies
  • Usability/Interface Design
  • Web Metrics
  • Data Mining
  • Information Architecture
  • Graphics and Multimedia
  • E-commerce and E-payments
  • Server and Client-Side Scripting
  • Mobile Systems
  • Internationalization
  • Open Software Development and Issues
  • Security and Privacy
  • Semantic Web Technologies
  • SOAP
  • Web Search
  • Web Accessibility
  • Web-based Education
  • Metadata
  • Information Retrieval
  • Web 2.0-related Topics
  • Web in China-related Topics

Proposals on any other topics expected to be of special interest and relevance at the time of WWW2008 are also encouraged.

Submission Details

All tutorial proposals must include:

  • Tutorial title;
  • Presenter contact information;
  • Aims/Learning objectives;
  • Duration (half or full day; if full day, could it scaled to half-day if necessary?);
  • Scope (general topic area);
  • Relevance to WWW2008 attendees;
  • Keywords;
  • Target audience;
  • Prerequisite knowledge of audience;
  • Tutorial abstract (1-2 paragraphs suitable for inclusion in conference registration materials);
  • Full description (1-2 pages to be used for evaluation);
  • Will tutorial materials be provided to attendees? If so, are there any copyright issues?
  • Tutorial history (previous offerings of tutorial, if any);
  • Presenter biography;
  • Relevant references that would support proposal evaluation;

Tutorial proposals should be submitted in PDF using the sumbission site at EasyChair. Do not use the two-column style, instead use a simple one-column style on letter-sized paper. Preliminary inquiries can be sent to: Email contact: tutorials at www2008.org
*** Submission is now CLOSED ***

Tutorial Committee

  • Track Chair:
    Bebo White, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Computing Services
  • Deputy Chair:
    Weisong Shi, Wayne State University, USA
  • Program Committee:
    H. Farooq Ahmed, NUST Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan
    Helen Ashman, University of South Australia, Australia
    Leslie Carr, University of Southhampton, UK
    Lee-Feng Chien, Google Research, Taiwan
    Dale Dougherty, O’Reilly Media, USA
    Takahiro Hara, Osaka University, Japan
    Geert-Jan Houben, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
    Ravi Kumar, Yahoo! Research, USA
    Wang-Chien Lee, Pennsylvania State University, USA
    David Leip, IBM, USA
    Xueyan Tang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Phillip Tsang, Open University of Hong Kong, China

Email contact: info at www2008.org

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