Conf: WWW2009 - 18th Intl.World Wide Web Conf. April 20-24, 2009 (Madrid)

Thierry Hamon thierry.hamon at LIPN.UNIV-PARIS13.FR
Fri Feb 27 20:37:03 UTC 2009

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 21:05:12 +0100
From: "vinyes" <vinyes at>
Message-Id: <200902252005.n1PK5HR1005160 at>

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             WWW2009 18th Intl. World Wide Web Conference
18th Intl. World Wide Web Conference, April 20-24, 2009. Madrid (Spain)



                           Important Dates


* April 20-21, Tutorials, Workshops and W4A conference

* April 22-24, Refereed papers tracks, Panels, Developer's track

* Early registration deadline (with discounted rates): March 4th, 2009

Registration is open at


The Organizing Committee of WWW2009 cordially invites you to
participate in the 18th International World Wide Web Conference to be
held in Madrid, the charming and cosmopolitan Spain's capital. The
World Wide Web Conference is the global event that brings together key
researchers, innovators, decision-makers, technologists, businesses,
and standards bodies working to shape the Web.


A complete program outlines all the current and future aspects of the
web from April 20th. After a strict process of review a 105 papers
have been selected (among the 888 submitted) that will be organized in
13 different tracks, ranging from sophisticated algorithms of Data
mining up to the most popular aspects of Social Networks and Web
2.0. Refereed paper sessions, developer's track and panels will
develop on April, 22-24. On April, 20-21, a complete program of
specializing workshops and innovators tutorials will be
developed. Among other aspects the 11 workshops will approach topics
of credibility of the information in the web; motivation and
incentives in the web; mobile widgets, etc. The 14 tutorials will
introduce new aspects in top fields such as interactive television,
web communities or reputation and confidence systems.


As WWW2009 coincides with the 20th Anniversary of the Web, conference
organisers have included this panel to commemorate it, in order to
provide a rich overview of the past 20

years as well as a forecast into the future. Professor Wendy Hall will
act as chair of the panel. Tim Berners-Lee, Robet Cailliau and Vinton
Cerf have already confirmed their participation.


- Program Overview

- Refereed Papers abstracts

- Workshops

- Tutorials

- Registration

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