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Call for Workshop Proposals

The submission system for workshop proposals is now closed.

Proposal submission deadline: October 20, 2006
Proposal notification: November 27, 2006

For workshop papers, please use the workshop paper submission page. Submission deadlines vary from workshop to workshop.

WWW2007 workshops are intended to provide a forum for highly interactive discussion on focused topics. Workshop proposals should address current Web-related issues which can benefit from small-group information exchange and discussion. Attendance at past workshops has been limited in order to promote interactivity. Workshop organizers are responsible for determining whether the workshop will be open registration or by invitation-only. Workshop organizers are responsible for conducting, if appropriate, their own "Workshop Call for Participation". The WWW2007 site will link to these CFPs.


All workshop proposals must include:

  • A two-paragraph description of the workshop topic and content;
  • A statement of the workshop's anticipated outcome;
  • A statement why you believe the workshop topic to be important to the WWW2007 timeframe;
  • A statement describing how the workshop registration will be managed (open or closed);
  • If workshop submissions will be solicited, a description of how these submissions will be evaluated;
  • A short description of your qualifications relative to the topic area including your past experience in organizing/facilitating workshops.

Workshop proposals should be submitted in PDF using the WWW2007 submission site (http://www.easychair.org/WWW2007). Do not use the two-column style, instead use a simple one-column style on letter-sized paper. Preliminary inquiries can be sent to www2007workshops@iw3c2.org.

Track Chair: Marc Najork (Microsoft, USA)

Deputy Chair: Aya Soffer (IBM Haifa, Israel)

Program Committee:

  • Daniel Appelquist (Vodaphone, UK)
  • Ricardo Baeza-Yates (Yahoo!, Spain)
  • David Carmel (IBM, Israel)
  • Fred Douglis (IBM, USA)
  • Piero Fraternali (University of Milan, Italy)
  • Martin Gaedke (University of Karlsruhe, Germany)
  • Carole Goble (University of Manchester, UK)
  • Ian Horrocks (University of Manchester, UK)
  • Bing Liu (University of Illinois Chicago, USA)
  • Wei-Ying Ma (Microsoft, China)
  • Lloyd Rutledge (CWI, Netherlands)
  • Massimo Santini (University of Milan, Italy)
  • Steffen Staab (University of Koblenz, Germany)
  • Dan Suciu (University of Washington, USA)
  • Terry Winograd (Stanford University, USA)