The Web Conference
2018Call For Contributions
The 2018 edition of The Web Conference (27th edition of the former WWW conference) will offer many opportunities to present and discuss latest advances in academia and industry.
Here you will find a list of the Calls For Contributions.
- Cognitive Computing track
- International project track
- Journal paper track
- Journalism, Misinformation
- The BIG Web (formerly BigData Innovators Gathering)
- Web programming
- Challenges track
- Developers’ track
- Exhibition & living space
- Industry track
- Minute of madness
- Panels track
- PHD symposium
- W3C track
Important note for the authors:At least one author of an accepted paper must attend the conference (at least three days) and present the paper at the conference.
Important note about Proceedings:Starting in 2018, the proceedings of The Web Conference will be published as HTML5 documents. The new workflow required for this change has not been finalized yet by our publisher ACM. As a consequence, the definitive submissions guidelines are not available for the moment, but will be published on the conference website as soon as possible. At this point we can only encourage the authors to use the ‘sigconf’ ACM template for their submissions, but they may have to change the format for the final versions.
Important note about Rights and Permissions:IW3C2 shall hold copyright in the Proceedings and in the individual articles published in the Proceedings and shall grant the public permission to use the licensed material contained in the individual articles of the Proceedings under the terms and conditions defined in the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC-BY 4.0).
The Proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library. IW3C2 will publish, on its Web site, persistent links to the Open Access versions of the articles of the Proceedings hosted in the ACM Digital Library. ACM formatted DOIs will be registered via Crossref by the ACM.
The IW3C2 Rights Form consistent with the terms stated above is available. We remind you that this agreement is signed with IW3C2 and not with the ACM. The ACM will be responsible for collecting the signed copyright transfer Agreements on behalf of the IW3C2.
What constitutes a conflict of interest?You may declare a reviewer as a conflict of interest when the following associations exist:
- employment at the same institution or company
- candidate for employment at the same institution or company
- received an honorarium or stipend from the institution or company within the 12 months
- co-author on book or paper in the last 24 months
- co-principal investigator on grant or research project in the last 24 months
- actively working on project together
- family relationship
- close personal relationship
- graduate advisee/advisor relationship
- deep personal animosity