Important Dates | Submission | Topics of Interest

Important Dates and Deadlines

  • April 23, 2017: Submission of regular papers (Extended Deadline)
  • June 6, 2017: Notification of regular paper acceptance
  • June 26, 2017: Camera-Ready regular papers (Main Conference)
  • April 30, 2017: Submission of Industry track papers
  • May 29, 2017: Notification of Industry track paper acceptance
  • June 26, 2017: Camera-Ready Papers (Industry Track)
  • March 12, 2017: Workshop and Special session proposal submission
  • March 19, 2017: Notification of Workshop/Special session acceptance
  • May 21, 2017: Submission of Workshop/Special session papers (Extended Deadline)
  • June 18, 2017: Notification of Workshop/Special session paper acceptance
  • June 26, 2017: Camera-Ready Papers (Workshops and Special sessions)
  • May 1, 2017: Tutorial proposal submission
  • May 15, 2017: Notification of Tutorial acceptance
  • May 21, 2017: Submission of PhD Mentoring Papers
  • June 02, 2017: Notification of PhD Mentoring Papers acceptance
  • June 26, 2017: Camera-Ready Papers (PhD Mentoring)
  • June 26, 2017: Author Registration (Main Conference)
  • August 23-26, 2017: Main conference

Main conference

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Note for full paper submissions:
i. Your paper should be limited to a maximum of 8 pages in the ACM 2-column format. The ACM Proceedings Manuscript Formatting Guidelines can be found at: (the template being used is sample-sigconf.tex or ACM_SigConf.docx found in the master template for LATEX, Word (Windows version) or Word (Mac 2011 – Toolbar support))
ii. Although we accept submissions in the form of PDF, PS, and DOC/RTF files, you are strongly encouraged to generate a PDF version for your paper before submitting it.

Proposals and papers for all other events need to be send by Email to the corresponding chair of the event.

Workshop and Special Sessions:
WSChair [at] webintelligence2017 [dot] com
Agata Filipowska, Poznan University of Economics, Poland
Omar Hussain, UNSW Canberra, Australia
Juan D. Velasquez, University of Chile, Chile
Yiqiang Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
Olaf Reinhold, Leipzig University, Germany

TutChair [at] webintelligence2017 [dot] com
Christian Derksen, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Andrzej Romanowski, Jagiellonian University, Poland

PhD Mentoring:
PhDChair [at] webintelligence2017 [dot] com
Alexander Pokahr, University of Hamburg, Germany
René Schumann, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

Industry Track and Demo Proposal:
IndustryChair [at] webintelligence2017 [dot] com
Hanno Hildmann, UC3M Robotics Lab, Spain & NEC Research Europe, Germany
Fabrice Saffre, British Telecom & EBTIC, UK & UAE

Topics of Interest

For WI’17, we solicit high-quality original research papers and industry papers in any areas of Web intelligence and intelligent agent technology. Relevant topics include but are not limited to:

Collective Intelligence
– Agent Networks
– Autonomy-Oriented Computing (AOC)
– Behavior Modeling
– Big Data and Human Brain
– Complex Systems Modeling
– Crowd-Sourcing
– Digital Ecosystems
– Digital Epidemiology
– Distributed Problem Solving
– Global Brain
– Individual-Based Modeling
– Knowledge and Information Agents
– Local-Global Behavioral Interactions
– Mechanism Design
– Multi-Agent Systems
– Network Autonomy
– Remembrance Agents
– Self-Organizing Systems
– Self-Adaptive Evolutionary Systems
– Social Groups and Dynamics
– Trust Models for Agents
– Ubiquitous Computing
Data Science
– Algorithms and Computational Complexity
– Big Data Applications
– Big Data Infrastructure
– Blog/Twitter Analysis
– Cloud Computing
– Data Integration and Data Provenance
– Heterogeneous Data Sources
– Green Computing
– Location-Based Data Analytics
– Multimedia and Mobile Data Processing
– NoSQL Data Stores and DB Scalability
– Novel Data Representation and Transformation Methods
– Online Content and Log Mining
– Security, Privacy, Trust, and Legal Issues to Big Data
– Semi-Structured and Unstructured Data Analytics
– Sentiment and Opinion Mining
– Service-Oriented Computing
– Spatial, Temporal, and Graph Data Mining
– Stream Data and Event Processing
Human-Centric Computing
– Cognitive Models of WI
– Computational Models of WI
– Context-Aware Computing
– Cyber Individual and Personalization
– Emotional Factor
– Intelligent Human-Web Interaction
– Nature-Inspired Computing
– Online Cooperative Work
– Recommender Systems
– Social Media Technologies
– User Modeling
– Virtual and Online Communities
– Visualization and Visual Analytics
– Wearable Technologies
Knowledge Management
– Decision Making Under Uncertainty
– Information Extraction from Deep Web
– Intelligent e-Technology
– Knowledge Sharing
– Knowledge Bases and Semantic Networks
– Linked Data Cloud
– Meta-Knowledge Discovery and Representation
– Ontology Engineering
– Scalable Semantic Data Processing
– Semantic Web
– Statistical Inference and Transformation from Data to Knowledge
– Web-Scale Information Analytics
– Web-Scale Reasoning
– Web-Scale Security, Integrity, Privacy and Trust
Network Science
– Complex Network Analytics
– Content-Aware Analytics
– Dynamics of Networks
– Information Diffusion
– Intelligent Ubiquitous Web
– Internet of Things
– Knowledge Community Support
– Self-Organizing Networks
– Semantic Networks
– Sensor Networks
– Situational Awareness
– Social Network Analysis
– Structures of Networks
– Theories of Web Science
– Wisdom Web of Things (W2T)