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Call for Participation: ICWE 2019

From: Flavius Frasincar <frasincar@ese.eur.nl>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2019 13:31:18 +0200
Message-ID: <5CD56106.1080302@ese.eur.nl>
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19th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2019)

Daejeon, South Korea | June 11-14, 2019


The International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE), is the prime 
yearly international conference on the different aspects of designing, 
building, maintaining, and using Web applications. ICWE 2019 will be 
held on June 11-14, 2019 in Daejeon, Korea. ICWE 2019 is endorsed by the 
International Society for the Web Engineering (ISWE) and belongs to the 
ICWE conference series owned by ISWE.

ICWE aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from various 
disciplines in academia and industry to tackle the emerging challenges 
in the engineering of Web applications and in the problems of its 
associated technologies, as well as the impact of those technologies on 
society, media, and culture.

- Early registration: May 17, 2019
- Late registration: June 4, 2019
- Conference date: June 11-14, 2019

Register NOW at:

- Prof. Bing Liu (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
Lifelong Learning for Sentiment Analysis¯
- Prof. Sunghun Kim (NAVER Corp., South Korea/Hong Kong University of 
Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
Managing Deep Learning Debt @Naver/Line
- Prof. Antti Oulasvirta (Aalto University, Finland)
Artificial Intelligence and the User Interface¯

- Web Mining and Knowledge Extraction
- Social Web Applications and Crowd-sourcing
- Web User Interfaces
- Web Security and Privacy
- Web Big Data and Web Data Analytics
- Web Services and Computing
- Web Programming
- Semantic Web and Linked Open Data Applications
- Web Application Modeling and Engineering

- Exploiting Side Information for Recommendation
by Qing Guo, Zhu Sun and Yin Leng Theng (Nanyang Technological 
University, Singapore)
- Deep Learning-based Sequential Recommender Systems: Concepts, 
Algorithms, and Evaluations
by Hui Fang (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China), 
Guibing Guo (Northeastern University, China), Danning Zhang (Shanghai 
University of Finance and Economics, China), and Yiheng Shu 
(Northeastern University, China)
- Architectural Styles for the Development of WoT Applications
by Javier Berrocal, Jose Garcia-Alonso and Juan Manuel Murillo Rodriguez 
(University of Extremadura, Spain)
- Powerful Data Analysis and Composition with the UNIX Shell
by Andreas Schmidt and Steffen Scholz (Karlsruhe Institute of 
Technology, Germany)
- Non-monotonic Reasoning on the Web
by Matteo Cristani (University of Verona, Italy)

You can find the complete program at:

Surrounded by idyllic jade mountains peppered with ancient temples and 
Confucian pavilions, Daejeon is generally considered the most livable 
and dynamic of Korea’s major cities. Traffic is quite reasonable, parks, 
rivers and museums are never more than a short ride away and one can get 
to Seoul in 50 minutes by train. But what makes Daejeon unique among 
other Asian cities is its astonishing collection of universities and 
research institutes conducting world-class research in the applied 
sciences from semiconductors to fusion technology and next-generation 
satellites. Daejeon boasts a large international community and an 
impressive population of over 7,500 citizens with Ph.D. degrees in the 
applied sciences and an equal number with M.Sc. and other advanced 
training programs degrees. Daejeon has earned its name as Asia’s 
Silicon Valley.¯

Find more information about Daejeon at:
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