Poster Submission Starts:
January 15, 2004
Poster Submission Deadline:
11:59PM, Hawaiian time, GMT-10, February 7, 2004
Notification to Authors:
March 14, 2004
WWW2004 POSTER TRACK OBJECTIVES
The WWW2004 Poster Track will provide an ideal opportunity for
researchers and practitioners to present and demonstrate their new and innovative
work-in-progress and to obtain feedback from their peers in an informal setting. It gives
conference attendees a way to learn about novel on-going research projects that might not
yet be complete, but whose preliminary results are already interesting.
THE FOLLOWING IS A NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF TOPICS OF INTEREST:
- Hypertext and hypermedia
- Web accessibility
- Intelligent agents
- Resource management
- HTTP and beyond
- Performance and Reliability
- Propagation, caching, replication
- Real-time multimedia support
- Reliability and error recovery
- Electronic commerce
- Agent Technologies
- Web navigation strategies
- Multimedia and streaming
- Computer graphics
- Browsers and tools
- Languages and standards
- Scalability of web servers
- Intelligent search engines
- User interface and interactions
- Distributed objects
- Metadata on the Web
- Architecture issues
- Naming and resolution
- Privacy and preferences
- Metrics and measurement
- Wireless and mobility
- Information mining
- Collaborative systems
- Virtual reality
- Practice and experience
- Web characterization
Poster submissions must be made at http://poster.www2004.org
starting on January 15, 2004. The deadline of Poster Submission is February 7, 2004.
The submission details for posters are the same as for the main refereed
papers track, except that the page limit is 2 pages (no extra pages can be purchased), no
revisions can be made to accepted posters, and an XHTML version of accepted posters is not
Posters will be peer-reviewed by members of the Poster Committee based on
originality, significance, quality, and clarity.
Poster authors are not required to transfer copyright. Authors of
accepted posters must sign and return a Permission and Release form.
Accepted poster papers will appear on the Conference CD and will be
accessible to the general public via http://www2004.org.
In addition to the 2-page submission, accepted poster authors will be asked to generate a
full-size poster and possible demonstration to be displayed in a dedicated poster area and
presented during a poster reception at the conference.
To encourage poster submissions of good quality, a Best Poster Award and
a Best Student Poster Award will be presented at the conference.
For more information, please send e-mail to
the Poster Track Chair.