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From: Lylia Gouaich-Abrouk <Lylia.Abrouk@u-bourgogne.fr>
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2013 19:48:02 +0200 (CEST)
To: semantic-web at W3C <semantic-web@w3c.org>
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International Workshop on Semantic Social Network (SSN 2013) 
July 8, 2013 
Aalborg, Denmark 

to be held in conjunction with the 13th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2013) 

DEADLINE EXTENSION: new paper submission deadline - May 7th, 2013 

Description and Objectives 
During the last decade, the basic Internet has turned into a generic exchange platform, where any user has become a content provider by using spreading technologies like comments, blogs and wikis. This 
collaborative Web hosts successful sites like Myspace, Facebook or Flickr, that allow to build social networks based on professional relationship, interests, etc. The main aspect of this new Web is its 
social networks (social relationships), which connect friends, even geographically distant. 

Several works are devoted to the identification of user communities or the enhancement of recommendations systems. Semantic-based community is a new step in the conceptualization of communities. In this workshop, we want to bring together researchers 
from three relevant domains: Semantic Web, Collaborative Web and Social network analysis. We target researchers from both industry and academia to discuss this new area. We intend to consider the recent and significant developments in the use of semantic techniques in social Web 


The workshop addresses researchers and practitioners in the fields of 
semantic Web, social network and community detection. The topics of 
interest of the workshop include, but are not limited to: 

Community detection 
Evolution of communities 
Semantic Social systems 
Social network analysis 
Role identification in social network 
Mobile social network 
User profile based on semantic techniques 

Paper Submission 

We invite the submission of 
- full papers (5-8 pages), 
- discussion papers and experimental contributions (2-4 pages), 
- demo descriptions (1-3 pages), and 
- poster abstracts (1-2 pages). 

Papers should be formatted according the Springer LNCS format 

Important Dates 
- Workshop papers submission deadline: May 7th, 2013 
- Notification of Workshop papers acceptance: June 7, 2013 
- Workshop papers camera-ready version: June 25, 2013 
- Workshop dates: July 8, 2013 

Lylia Abrouk (Université de Bourgogne / Le2i lab, Dijon, France) 
David Gross-Amblard (Université de Rennes 1 / IRISA lab, France) 
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