Record number of papers submitted for WWW2017
15 November, 2016
When the Calls for Papers closed for the 11 Tracks of the WWW2017 Technical Program, some 977 papers had been submitted. This is a record number – certainly in recent times – and reflects the strong research interest in the World Wide Web at present.
WWW2017 is the premier Web international conference and researchers who have papers accepted for it are amongst some great company. WWW2017 in Perth will continue the tradition of presenting fantastic high-quality papers across all tracks.
Calls for Papers for three Alternate Tracks are still open, as are Calls for Workshops, Tutorials, Posters, and the PhD Symposium. A Call for Demos will be posted shortly. The Alternate Tracks are: Cognitive Computing; Digital Learning; and Games, Simulations and Immersive Environments.
The Track Program Committees now have the hard work to do reviewing the papers and selecting the best. A decision on selected papers will be made by mid-December.