[LINK] WWW10 paper submission deadline in 2 weeks!
by way of Tony Barry
Mon, 30 Oct 2000 11:30:55 +1100
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CALL FOR PAPERS
The Tenth International World Wide Web Conference
Hong Kong Convension Centre
May 1-5, 2001
Paper Submission Deadline: November 13, 2000 (a firm deadline!)
Notification to Authors: January 19, 2001
Final Paper Due: February 19, 2001
World Wide Web Conference (WWW) is the Olympic Games of all Web-related
conferences. It attracts the world's best Web professionals as Olympic
Games do to the world's best athletes.
Committed to advancing the Web to its full potential in the 21st
century, WWW10 will offer a forum for Web researchers and
practitioners to define, discuss, and disseminate the most up-to-date
Web techniques and information. Leaders from industry, academia, and
government will present the latest developments in Web technology.
Developers will describe their most recent system and software
innovations for the Web. Users will discuss the issues and challenges
facing the Web community. While the Web offers a world-wide
connection with widely distributed virtual meeting places, WWW10 will
provide a centralized location where members of the Web community can
assemble in high concentration to meet face-to-face and interact.
The conference will consist of refereed paper sessions, panel
sessions, a poster track, a W3C track, and several specialized tracks
including Culture, E-commerce on the Web, Law and the Web, Vendors
Track, Web and Education, Web Internationalization, and Web and
Society. The conference will be preceded by a day of tutorials and
workshops, and will conclude with a developers' day.
WWW10 is jointly hosted by The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology, Hong Kong Productivity Council, Cable and Wireless HKT
Schoolteam (Asia) Ltd., The Hong Kong Information Technology
Federation, and The Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.
The International World Wide Web Conferences are events of the
International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2), and
are managed by Foretec Seminars, Inc.
THE FOLLOWING IS A NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF TOPICS OF INTEREST:
o Hypertext and hypermedia o Languages and standards
o Web accessibility o Scalability of web servers
o Intelligent agents o Intelligent search engines
o Resource management o User interface and interactions
o http and beyond o Distributed objects
o Performance and Reliability o Metadata on the Web
o Interoperability o Architecture issues
o Propagation, caching, replication o Naming and resolution
o Real-time multimedia support o Privacy and preferences
o Reliability and error recovery o Security
o Electronic commerce o Metrics and measurement
o Agent Technologies o Wireless and mobility
o Web navigation strategies o Information mining
o Multimedia and streaming o Collaborative systems
o Computer graphics o Virtual reality
o Browsers and tools o Practice and experience
o XML o Web characterization
Submitted papers should present original reports of substantive new
work in areas that can be theoretical (models, analyses, techniques,
semantics), empirical (experiments, case studies), or implementation-
oriented (new systems, tools, methodologies, user interfaces). Papers
should properly place the work within the field, cite related work,
and clearly indicate the innovative aspects of the work and its
contribution to the development of the World Wide Web. Papers will be
refereed by an International Program Committee, and accepted papers
will be published in the WWW10 conference proceedings. Best Paper,
Best Presentation, and Best Poster awards will be presented at the
conference. Student travel awards will also be presented to selected
papers whose lead author is a full-time student.
Details of the paper submission process is posted on the WWW10 Web
Site at http://www10.org/.