22 – 26 March 2010, Sierre, Switzerland
The deadline has been extended to September 15!
Aims and rationale
With the advent of new powerful and exciting concepts, protocols and languages, such as Social Software, Web Services, Semantic Web, Ajax, etc., Web-related technologies are becoming more and more pervasive and powerful, paving the ground to the evolution of Web applications, that are not just the easiest path to zero client install software but are becoming the founding elements of an emerging class of ubiquitous software systems, fostering the evolution of new cooperation paradigms among people. Novel approaches and techniques, new tools and frameworks are needed to address the increasing complexity of these applications.
aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners from industry
and academia working on practical and foundational aspects related to
Web technologies and other technologies that in the Web framework have
found new and unexpected application fields. We seek original,
unpublished contributions that are mainly focused on (but not
necessarily limited to) the following aspects related to Web
- Web engineering
- Markup Languages and XML-related technologies
- Cooperation on the Web: Social Software and Web 2.0
- Expanding the reach of Social Software: Enterprise 2.0, Social Software and Business Process Management, ...
- (Process-aware) Web Information Systems
- Semantic-enhanced Web applications
- Web searching
- Web Metrics, Monitoring and Analysis
- Performance, scalability and quality of service on the Web
- Web browser extensions
- Emerging Web technologies
Proceedings and Post-Proceedings
Papers accepted for the Web Technologies track will be published by ACM both in the SAC 2010 proceedings and in the ACM Digital Library.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to an international journal (we have a pending agreement for a special issue of Springer's World Wide Web).
Original papers from the above-mentioned or other related areas will be considered. This includes three categories of submissions: 1) original and unpublished research; 2) reports of innovative computing applications in the arts, sciences, engineering, business, government, education and industry; and 3) reports of successful technology transfer to new problem domains. Each submitted paper will be fully refereed and undergo a blind review process by at least three referees. The accepted papers in all categories will be published in the ACM SAC 2010 proceedings.
your paper electronically in either PDF or postscript format via the
eCMS web site at http://sac.cs.iupui.edu/SAC2010/
Submissions must adhere to the template available at: http://www.acm.org/conferences/sac/sac2010/downloads10.htm
Please note: neither hardcopy nor fax submissions will be accepted. Submissions should be printable on a standard printer on common paper formats such as letter and DIN A4. Please use a Postscript previewer such as Ghostview to check the portability of Postscript documents. The author(s) name(s) and address(es) must not appear in the body of the paper, and self reference should be in the third person. This is to facilitate blind review. Only the title should be shown at the first page without the author's information.
The camera-ready version of the accepted paper should be prepared using the ACM format (guidelines will be given on the SAC website). Accepted full papers should not exceed 5 pages in a double column format (with the option, at additional expense of USD 80 per page, to add three more pages). Accepted poster papers will be published as extended 2-page abstracts in the symposium proceedings.
Sept. 15, 2009: Paper submission (EXTENDED! Deadline
is strict: the conference management web application does not accept
papers submitted after midnight EST Apia Time).
Oct. 19, 2009: Author notification
Nov. 2, 2009: Camera-Ready Copy
Track chairsDavide Rossi
Angelo Di Iorio
Maria da Graça Pimentel
Call for papers in TXT format (UTF-8)
SAC 2010 web page
eCMS web site (submission management)