Social mining is a relatively new and fast-growing research area, which includes various directions such as user modelling, personalization, information diffusion, opinion mining, sentiment analysis, visualization, folksonomies, multimedia searching and so on. Modeling and mining the vast volume of data dynamically produced and maintained in social web environments is a great challenge. This workshop aims to study (and even go beyond) the state of the art on social web mining and create a forum for practitionares and researchers in the related fields to discuss the application or invention of techniques and algorithms suitable for analyzing and exploiting this fascinating research area.

Rome

All accepted papers will be published by Springer in a single joint ICWE 2017 Workshop post-proceedings in LNCS, please make sure you solicit submissions following Springer LNCS format .

Springer

Important Dates

  • Paper submission: 31/03/2017
  • Notification: 28/04/2017
  • Camera-ready 12/05/2017

All deadlines are 23h59, Hawaii Time.

Publication

All accepted papers will be published by Springer in a single joint ICWE 2017 Workshop post-proceedings in LNCS.

Extended versions of selected papers will be invited to a Special Issue on Social Web Mining in a journal indexed in Scopus (to be announced).

Submission

  • Full Papers
    (maximum length 12 pages LNCS)
  • Short Papers
    (maximum length 4 pages LNCS)