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2nd CFP: WWW-08 Int'l Workshop on Social Web and Knowledge Management (SWKM2008)

From: Markus Krötzsch <mak@aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2008 15:25:08 +0100
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      SWKM2008: Social Web and Knowledge Management
               a Social Web 2008 Workshop

       http://km.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/ws/swkm2008


   Located at the 17th World Wide Web Conference WWW2008 
   April 22nd, 2008 (Workshop day) 
   Beijing, China

   Paper submission deadline:  January 21 2008

   Supported by the EU projects:
     KIWI: Knowledge in a Wiki
     ACTIVE: Knowledge-Powered Enterprise
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Objective:

The social web, the most interesting part of the Web 2.0, 
aims at bringing people together and facilitating richer 
interaction among them. It is characterized by a strong 
focus on communities where people share experiences, 
information and knowledge, meet and discuss, or do 
business together.

Knowledge management systems focus on knowledge and 
experience sharing. They enhance organization capabilities 
by externalizing knowledge of its employees and combine 
them in novel forms. Therefore, there is a common interest 
in social structures as well as social computing in both 
fields. The social web can be the common underlying platform 
for novel and web-based knowledge management systems. It 
breaks up rigid processes and enables much richer interaction 
possibilities and creativity. In this workshop we will bring 
together people from the areas of social web technologies, 
semantic systems, and knowledge management. We would like 
to study synergies between social computing, social web, 
semantic systems, and knowledge management and provide a look 
at the current state of the art in the area.



Programme:

To ensure a creative atmosphere during the workshop, the 
presenters will be selected based on their submitted papers 
and demonstrations. In order to obtain an intensive exchange 
of ideas between the participants, enough time for discussion 
will be ensured. 

A programme will be published at the workshop web site upon 
notification of the authors and receiving the camera ready 
versions of the submissions.



Topics of Interest:

Main topics of interest in the areas of Social Semantic Web 
and Knowledge Management include but are not limited to: 

- Knowledge management and social web 
- Flexible processes for knowledge management on social web 
- Wikis, blogs and other means for information sharing 
- Semantics and social web 
- Personalization and User Modeling in semantic wikis, blogs, 
  and other web 2.0 applications 
- Personalized Search in Social Web 
- Reasoning on the social web 
- Reason maintenance and social web 
- Text and media extraction, clustering and classification and 
  social web 
- Privacy and security for knowledge management and social web 
- Theoretical models of communities on social web 
- Discovering social structures and communities 
- Evolution and temporal analysis of online social networks 
- Integration of heterogeneous social web applications 
- Applications of social web 



Organizing Committee:

- Peter Dolog, Computer Science Department, Aalborg University, Denmark 
- Sebastian Schaffert, Salzburg Research, Austria 
- Markus Krötzsch, Institut AIFB, Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany 
- Denny Vrandecic, Institut AIFB, Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany 



Program Committee:

- Harith Alani, University of Southampton, UK 
- Anupriya Ankolekar, HP Labs, Palo Alto, USA 
- Francois Bry, LMU Munich, Germany 
- John Davies, BT, Ipswich, UK 
- Norbert Eisinger, LMU Munich, Germany 
- Hans-Jörg Happel, FZI, Karlsruhe, Germany 
- Tom Heath, Open University, UK 
- Martin Hepp, STI Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, Austria 
- Nick Kings, BT, Ipswich, UK 
- Hong-Gee Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea 
- Qing Li, City University of Hong Kong, China 
- Peter Mika, Yahoo! Research, Barcelona, Spain 
- Peter Axel Nielsen, AAU Aalborg, Denmark 
- Natasha Noy, Stanford University, USA 
- Eyal Oren, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
- Valentina Presutti, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technology (CNR), 
  Italy 
- Timothy K. Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan 
- Elena Simperl, STI Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, Austria 
- Pavel Smrz, BUT Brno, Czech Republic 
- York Sure, SAP Research, CAC Karlsruhe, Germany 
- Hideaki Takeda, Tokyo Research Institute, Japan 
- Marcel Tilly, European Microsoft Innovation Center, Aachen, Germany 
- Tania Tudorache, Stanford University, USA 



Submission and Proceedings:

Please use the following link to the easychair submission system to 
submit your paper:
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=swkm08

Papers should be formatted according to the guidelines of the WWW2008 
conference. Papers must not exceed 8 pages. Short papers, experimental 
contributions, system and demo descriptions must not exceed 4 pages. 

Proceedings will be published for the workshop, and we will also pursue 
a journal special issue with the topics of the workshop if we receive 
an appropriate number of high-quality submissions. 

Note that workshop attendees must also register for the main conference. 
So try to register both for the conference and the workshop before the 
WWW2008 early registration deadline.



Important Dates:

Deadline for submissions: January 21, 2008 
Notification of acceptance: February 18, 2008 
Camera-ready versions: March 1st, 2008 
Workshop: April 22nd, 2008 



Please do not hesitate to contact Peter Dolog (dolog@cs.aau.dk) with any 
questions you have!

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