First CFP: Hypertext 2014, Sept 1-4, Santiago, Chile

Hypertext 2014 - 25th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media
1-4 Sept. 2014, Santiago, Chile

Regular and short papers: 21 March 2014
Workshop papers, doctoral consortium papers and late-breaking results:
23 May 2014

The ACM Hypertext conference is a premium venue for high quality
peer-reviewed research on hypertext theory, systems and applications. It
is concerned with all aspects of modern hypertext research including
social media, semantic web, dynamic and computed hypertext and
hypermedia as well as narrative systems and applications.

The ACM Hypertext 2014 conference will focus on the role of hypertext
and hyperlink theory on the web and beyond, as a foundation for
approaches and practices in the wider community - ranging from the usage
of social media to the semantics of the 'Internet of Things'. We also
welcome submissions that focus on the linguistic aspects of hypertext
and user experience with linked entities, resources and events.

Hypertext 2014 tracks

- Links and Connections between People (chairs: Daniele Quercia, Johan
- Open Data and the Semantics of Things (chairs: Philippe Cudré-Mauroux,
Mathieu d'Aquin)
- User Experience and Adaptive Linking (chairs: Rosta Farzan, Vincent Wade)

Full paper submission: 21 March 2014.
Workshop papers, doctoral consortium papers and late-breaking results:
23 May 2014.

Submission instructions: See <>


General chairs: Leo Ferres, Gustavo Rossi
Program chairs: Virgilio de Almeida, Eelco Herder
Workshop and tutorial chairs: Federica Cena, Christoph Trattner
Poster and demo chairs: Carlos Castillo, Jill Freyne
Student chairs: Julita Vassileva, Martin Atzmüller
Local and publicity chair: Denis Parra
Proceedings chair: Altigran Soares da Silva



ACM DocEng 2013 – Registration now open - Early Bird registration closes July 26.

Registration is now open for DocEng 2013, the 13th ACM Symposium on
Document Engineering being held in Florence, Italy, Sept. 10-13, 2013.
Full details of the symposium including registration details are
available at the conference website <>

The conference includes:

*  Three pre-conference workshops, held on Tuesday, September 10
*  Two invited keynote addresses, to be given by acknowledged research
leaders in the field.
*  A full technical program of submitted contributions – full and short
papers, posters, demos.
*  A social event (to be announced)
*  The opportunity to meet and discuss with colleagues in one of the
most beautiful cities in the world.

Please register soon – Early Bird registration, with reduced registration fees, is available until July 26.
We look forward to meeting you at DocEng 2013.


Just to let you know that we are now accepting submissions of short papers, application notes and demos for the 13th ACM Symposium on Document Engineering. * Short papers should report on smaller complete works of research or novel challenges or visions; * application notes should describe systems or tools of interest to the DocEng community; * posters should report on research in progress. Submissions should be of up to 4 pages in length (2 pages for posters). The following deadlines apply: * May 19: Abstracts due * May 22: Manuscripts due The ACM Symposium on Document Engineering provides an annual international forum for presentations and discussions on principles, tools and processes that improve our ability to create, manage and maintain documents. You can find the Call for Papers here: All papers should be submitted on the EasyChair site. You can find the submission instructions here: Looking forward to seeing you at DocEng 2013. Best regards, Tamir Hassan University of Konstanz, Germany Publicity Chair, DocEng 2013


The ACM Web Science Conference takes place in Paris between 2nd and 4th May, with workshops on 1st May and 5th May.  Paris in Springtime, with a conference dinner on the Seine! A superb program of papers and short papers is already fixed and late breaking extended abstracts are about to be added.

The Web Science conference is inherently interdisciplinary, as it attempts to integrate computer and information sciences, communication, linguistics, sociology, psychology, economics, law, political science, philosophy, digital humanities, and other disciplines in pursuit of an understanding of the Web. This conference is unique in the manner in which it brings these disciplines together in creative and critical dialogue The presentations at #WebSci13 will address a wide range of contemporary topics, of which the following are just a few examples:

*   The Web of data
*    Understanding Social media
*    Cyberbullying
*   Fake reviews
*   Collective action
*    Open data
*   Collaborative tagging
*   Democracy in the age of the internet
*   Online prayer
*   Informal learning online

The event will feature keynote presentations from Vint Cerf<>,  co-inventor of TCP/IP and “Father of the Internet”, and Cory Doctorow<>, novelist, technology activist and co-editor of the popular weblog Boing Boing<>. There will also be paper presentations on a wide range of cutting edge Web Science projects, a lively Pecha Kucha<> session of short sharp talks, a debate on how the web is revolutionising society and an evening banquet on the Seine. A draft programme (with updates still to follow) is available here.<>  The poster session at Wb Science is famously lively, and the single track approach ensures full participation in all aspects of the conference including panels and paper presentations.

While the deadlines for presenting have now passed, we are still welcoming registrations from businesses, academics, policy makers and students who would like to attend the event. Paris in springtime is a wonderful location for a conference and we are looking forward to sharing the Palais dès Congrés with the other ECRC conferences – including Hypertext<>. The conference fees<> have been kept remarkably low for such a prestigious venue, thanks to the generous help of the ACM. We have also organised a number of workshops<> to bring specialist and interdisciplinary groups together, and so we hope to have something for everyone.

Web Science has recently been described as the science of social machines, but the social and the web extend to an increasingly imaginative, creative and vibrant range of social and artistic practices. The proposal to create a WebSci Fringe<> comes out of a desire to recognise and nurture communities which are at the fringe of the Web Science academic community. The intention is that, like other ACM communities such as CHI, related and emerging communities can benefit from a place, forum and association with the more formal programme which is derived from peer reviewed academic submissions.

We look forward to welcoming you to Paris for what we are sure will be a stimulating and informative event! Registration is open here<>!


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