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CfP 2nd Workshop on Web Science (WSW2011) “Open Data and Open Communities”

From: Sören Auer <auer@informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2011 00:16:57 +0200
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To: SW-forum <semantic-web@w3.org>, okfn-discuss <okfn-discuss@lists.okfn.org>, lodd@lists.informatik.uni-leipzig.de, Linking Open Data <public-lod@w3.org>
** 2nd Workshop on Web Science “Open Data and Open Communities” **

   Co-located with INFORMATIK2011, KI2011, MATES 2011
   *4th-10th of Oct 2011, Berlin, Germany*

   http://sites.google.com/site/webscienceworkshop2011/

In this 2nd Web Science Workshop (WSW) we aim to bring researchers,
developers and practitioners together to discuss the current state of
Web Science and individual aspects of this growing research area. In
particular, we aim to broaden the discussion by considering recently
emerging topics such as Open Data, ICT support for policy analysis and
modelling as well as Web-based citizen involvement in E-Government. In
addition, with this workshop specifically address the areas of
Computational Network Analysis, Web Intelligence, Social Computing and
Semantic Web.


*TOPICS OF INTEREST*

* Integrating computational network analysis and semantic web
  techniques, for example to enhance the mainly structure-based network
  analysis by semantic information
* Novel visualization techniques for topic related data
* Information diffusion on the Web
* Web and Web application governance
* Open Governmental Data - employing Data Web technologies to bring
  citizens and governments closer together
* Technology support for policy modeling, e.g. spatial planning
* Web-based citizen involvement in E-Government
* Case studies of communities such as Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter,
  World of Warcraft, open source software as well as empirical findings
  in social computing-related applications


*IMPORTANT DATES*

* April 30, 2011: Submission Date
* May 31, 2011: Notification Date
* July 1, 2011: Submission final version of accepted papers


*SUBMISSIONS*

Submitted papers should not exceed the maximum length of eight (8) pages
and should be uploaded using EasyChair:
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=informatik2011 in the
PDF-format. Papers will be evaluated anonymously by two independent
evaluators from the program committee. Accepted papers are published in
the proceedings of the GI conference. The paper layout should conform to
the guidelines provided by "Lecture Notes in Informatics” (LNI)
(http://www.gi-ev.de/service/publikationen/lni/). Submissions will be
accepted in German and English (preferred language).


*ORGANIZER*

* Claudia Müller-Birn, NBI AG, FU Berlin (main contact)
* Sören Auer, AKSW, Universität Leipzig
* Daniel Dietrich, TU Berlin department of computer science and society
* York Sure, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
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