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Re: CFP (final): Semantic Web User Interaction -- CHI 2008 Workshop -- due by Dec 14

From: <paola.dimaio@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 14:36:34 +0700
Message-ID: <c09b00eb0803290036q246fe38drd24d745821c0ecb9@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Duane Degler" <ddegler@ipgems.com>
Cc: public-semweb-ui@w3.org

Greetings all

I did not manage to submit a paper, but I will be attending the
conference in Florence
as analyst. Anyone in thi community who would like to hook up in Florence
I look forward to be meeting you....

Best

Paola Di Maio


On Tue, Dec 4, 2007 at 12:57 AM, Duane Degler <ddegler@ipgems.com> wrote:
>
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>                          FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>  Semantic Web User Interaction: Exploring HCI Challenges at CHI 2008.
>  Florence, Italy.  April 5, 2008.
>  Papers due: 14th December, 2007
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>  Only two weeks remain to submit position papers, research, case studies.
>
>  This workshop seeks participation from CHI research and design
>  communities, as well as Semantic Web researchers focused on user
>  interaction techniques.  It is the fifth in the Semantic Web User
>  Interaction (SWUI) series, and the first to be organized for CHI.
>  The workshop web site, with full details, is at:
>  http://swui.webscience.org/SWUI2008CHI.
>
>  Dates:
>       Submissions due: 14 December 2007, 5:00 PM PDT.
>       Notification by: 11 January 2008
>       Workshop date: 5 April 2008
>
>  Submissions:
>       http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=SWUI08
>
>  Paper formats:
>       Research/Case Study papers: 8-10 pages, CHI Archive format
>          (http://chi2008.org/formatting.html#archive-format)
>       Position papers: 3-4 pages, CHI Extended Abstract format
>          (http://chi2008.org/formatting.html#extended-abstract)
>
>  Workshop Theme
>
>  The Semantic Web is not a Web of documents, but a Web of structured and
>  interlinked data.  Creating interfaces for interacting with this data is
>  difficult because there is no well-defined web "page" or homogeneous
>  structure to the data.  Creating data is at least as important as presenting
>  it, so facilitating efficient and effective data entry is an important
>  aspect of user interaction.
>
>  This workshop seeks to identify key challenges in a usability research
>  agenda for the Semantic Web and to explore the contributions that the CHI
>  community can make to address them.  Papers are invited on any relevant
>  topic, including:
>
>  * Case studies that can help inform the practical achievement of
>   usable Semantic Web browsers and applications
>
>  * New tools for collaboration, including ways of visualizing virtual
>   organizations and relationships
>
>  * New tools that use Semantic Web data to add or improve interface
>   functionality
>
>  * New interfaces for authoring content, ontologies and metadata
>
>  * New approaches for defining or representing user context in ways
>   that influence data seeking/use
>
>  * Methodologies for the formative and summative evaluation of Semantic
>   Web user interfaces
>
>  * Methodologies for requirements gathering, design and development
>
>  In addition, the Linking Open Data project has large interlinked data sets
>  available that designers/researchers may wish to try as test sets for
>  interface experiments.  We encourage you to explore these resources.  See
>  http://esw.w3.org/topic/SweoIG/TaskForces/CommunityProjects/LinkingOpenData.
>
>  Participating in the workshop:
>
>  We are accepting three types of submissions, which are due by 14th December
>  (see dates below).  Acceptance of your submission is required for attendance
>  at this workshop.
>
>  1. Case studies - describing projects and applications that present novel
>  interaction approaches and include discussion of how users are involved in
>  analysis, design, and evaluation.  Where possible, demonstrations are
>  encouraged.
>
>  2. Research papers - describing specific research activities in any area
>  that relates to user interaction directly.  Again, where possible,
>  demonstrations are encouraged.
>
>  3. Position papers - articulating a user interaction or methodological
>  position/issue that presents a contribution to workshop discussion, by which
>  we are able to advance the subject overall. Papers that outline
>  bridges/integration between disciplines are encouraged.
>
>  All papers submitted will be reviewed by the workshop committee. Please note
>  the criteria we use when reviewing papers:
>  http://swui.webscience.org/SWUI2008CHI/#What.
>  Send any questions to: swui08chi@webscience.org.
>
>  Submissions due: 14 December 2007, 5:00 PM PDT.
>       http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=SWUI08
>  Notification by: 11 January 2008
>  Workshop date: 5 April 2008
>
>  Organizers:
>  * m.c. schraefel, University of Southampton, UK
>  * Duane Degler, IPGems, USA
>  * Jennifer Golbeck, University of Maryland, USA
>  * Abraham Bernstein, University of Zurich, Switzerland
>  * Lloyd Rutledge, CWI-INS2, The Netherlands
>
>  For more information:
>
>  The workshop website is: http://swui.webscience.org/SWUI2008CHI.
>  E-mail: swui08chi@webscience.org.
>  For examples of previous work in Semantic Web User Interaction, please see
>  http://swui.webscience.org/.
>
>
>
>



-- 
Paola Di Maio
School of IT
www.mfu.ac.th
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