CFP: Social Networks Interoperability International Workshop 2009

  Social Networks Interoperability - International Workshop 2009
4th Asian Semantic Web Conference, 6-9 Dec 2009, Shanghai, China

The objective of the 1st International Workshop on Social Networks  
Interoperability is to bring together the Social Networks community to  
discuss the technical interoperability issues facing service providers  
and end users. The workshop will attract researchers, practitioners,  
end users, and providers to help understand the current state-of-the- 
art in social networks interoperability, and to plan pathways forward  
to enable the community to achieve these goals.

Workshop Website:


The workshop will consist of a mix of full and short paper  
presentations and demonstrations that will lay out the challenges to  
the wider community.

Topic of interest include:
  - Social Networks data format interoperability
  - Social Networks information policy interoperability behaviour  
(privacy and rights)
  - Social Networks interoperable notification and connection mechanisms
  - Social Networks data feed interoperation
  - Social Networks identity and authentication interoperability
  - Social Networks mobile interoperability
  - Social Networks graph interoperability and federation
  - Social Networks interoperable business models

Paper Submissions:  03 Oct 2009
Paper Notification: 15 Oct 2009
Paper Camera-ready: 22 Oct 2009
Workshop days:      6-7 Dec 2009

See the Workshop Website for Submission details:

Workshop Co-Chairs:
  - Dr Renato Iannella, NICTA, Australia
  - Dr John Breslin, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
  - Adrienne Felt, UC Berkeley, USA
  - Dr E. Michael Maximilien, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA

Program Committee:
  - Dan Brickley, Asemantics S.R.L., UK
  - Prof Peter Bruza, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  - Dr Fabien Gandon, Inria, France
  - Dr Guido Governatori, NICTA, Australia
  - Dr Tyrone W A Grandison, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
  - Harry Halpin, The University of Edinburgh, UK
  - Dr. Michael Hausenblas, DERI, Galway, Ireland
  - Ivan Herman, W3C, Netherlands
  - Dr Sarath Indrakanti, NICTA, Australia
  - Ashrafi Mafruzzaman, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
  - Dr Paul Miller, Talis, UK
  - Dr See-Kiong Ng, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
  - Dr Alexandre Passant, DERI, Galway, Ireland
  - David Peterson, Boab Interactive, Australia
  - Matthew Rowe, University of Sheffield, UK
  - Dr Laurianne Sitbon, QUT/NICTA, Australia
  - Claudia Wagner, Joanneum Research, Austria
  - Rigo Wenning, W3C, France

Workshop Website:

Received on Monday, 7 September 2009 22:53:23 UTC