Call for Late Breaking Research
ACM Web Science 2015
Sunday June 28th – Wednesday 1st July
University Of Oxford
At WebSci15 we will hold an exciting and interactive session for Late Breaking Research: analysis, demos and concepts that are not yet ready for publication, but would stimulate debate and further investigation into current topics within Web Science. Abstracts are invited (approx 500 words) that propose interesting and novel research that will presented in a Pecha Kucha-style session on Sunday afternoon (28 June).
Late Breaking Research may be proposed on any theme that facilitates interdisciplinary discussion of the Web and approaches to Web Science research. We particularly welcome applications that are ambitious in scope and aim to address the pressing challenges of Web Science. This might include, but is not restricted to:
* Theorising the Web
* Data ownership, access and ethics
* Digital cultures
* Digital inequality, citizenship and governance
* The future of the Web
Submissions will be reviewed by the General and Programme Chairs as they are received and will not be otherwise peer-reviewed. They should be approximately 500 words and are not required to follow ACM formatting requirements. Figures and references can be included but please respect a two page limit to facilitate review.
Submit papers using EasyChair at
Please note the interim deadline of 27 May in order to receive
notification before the early bird registration deadline of 29 May.
Submissions will be accepted up until 14 June.
Find out more about the conference at: http://www.websci15.org
Tags: web science