www 2009 Madrid

General CFP
| Data Mining | Industrial Practice and Experience | Internet Monetization |
Performance, Scalability and Availability| Rich Media | Search | Security and Privacy |
| Semantic / Data Web | Social Networks and Web 2.0 | User Interfaces and Mobile Web |
|Web Engineering | WWW in Ibero-America | XML and Web Data |

| Developers Track | Panels | Posters | Tutorials | Workshops |

WWW2009 Developers Track - Call For Proposals

Submission Details

Submission deadline:

February 2nd , 2009 (9pm Pacific Time)

Notification date:

March 13th, 2009

The Developers Track focuses on the general WWW development community. Participants are invited to present new trends and interesting ideas, code and APIs of applications, platforms and emerging standards. Demonstrations of technical "nitty-gritty" are strongly encouraged. Focus areas include, but are not limited to, Browsers and Plugins, Web Metrics, Health, Science and Education, Web Social Impact, Information Integration and Mash-ups, Web Software and Tools, Information Mining and Reporting, Mobile Web, Monetization, Multimedia, Scalable System and Cloud Computing, Search, Security, Semantic Web, Social Network, Standards and Protocols, User Interface. It is an ideal venue for short reports of both industry and academic technical works.

Starting this year, the proceedings of the Developers Track will be published online, where the authors of the accepted works will have the option to publish a 3-page report.

Submission Details

To submit proposals, visit Developers Track Submissions Site. The following information will be needed:

  • Author Contact Information (including names, affiliations, emails and phones
  • Presentation Title
  • Abstract (1-2 paragraphs)
  • Topics and Keywords
  • Presentation Category (Demo or Talk)
  • Accepted presentations will be considered for one of the following formats based on their impact and interests to the community and technical merits.
    • Lightening Talk/Demo: 5+5 minutes (5 minute presentation and 5 minute Q/A)
    • Regular Talk/Demo: 25+5 minutes
    • Long Talk/Demo: 40+5 minutes (reserved for a few selected presentations)

Accepted Formats

Presentations can be submitted in one of the following two formats (we will enforce page limit this time):

  • Paper: should not exceed 2 pages when formatted according to the general submission guideline at http://www2009.org/submission.html, with 1 optional page for screen-shots.
  • Slides: should not exceed 15 slides, including screenshots, if any.
Authors are encouraged to provide links to video and/or URLs for the code/demo within their submission.
Both HTML and PDF formats are accepted.

Inquiries can be sent to: developers-www2009 at dit.upm.es.

Developers Track Committee

  • Track Chairs:
    Raoul-Sam Daruwala, Google (USA)
    Cong Yu, Yahoo! Research (USA)
  • Program Committee:
    Gustavo Alonso, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
    Srikanta Bedathur, Max-Plank (Germany)
    Kevin Chen-Chuan Chang, UIUC (USA)
    Isabel Drost, Apache/Neofonie GmbH (Germany)
    Ariel Fuxman, Microsoft Search Labs (USA)
    Lee Giles, Penn State (USA)
    Sharad Goel, Yahoo! Research New York (USA)
    Richard Hankins, NEC Research (USA)
    Jeff Korn, Google (USA)
    Chris Mattmann, JPL (USA)
    Charles McCathieNevile, Opera (Spain)
    Peter Mika, Yahoo! Research Barcelona (Spain)
    Stelios Paparizos, Microsoft Search Labs (USA)
    Eugene Shekita, IBM Almaden (USA)
    Jimeng Sun, IBM Watson (USA)
    Jian Shuo Wang, Kijiji (China)
    Aoying Zhou, Fudan University, East China Normal University (China)
    Ding Zhou, Facebook (USA)