SCSN 2021 : The 9th IEEE International Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks and Organization Sciences: from user information to social knowledge
Call For Papers
The 9th IEEE International Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks and Organization Sciences: from user information to social knowledge (SCSN 2021)
In conjunction with ICSC 2021 (IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing)
January 27-29, 2021 - Virtual
Internet users have become providers of information through social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and so forth. On the other side organisations may benefit by integrating social network analysis, for instance, to understand employee innovative behaviour, as, for instance, integrating social networks and the leader member exchange perspectives. Still, networks models show how information sharing, models of social cohesion and mutual goals (i.e. values) make organization social capital. In this context Semantic Computing plays a chief role because of its potentiality to turn shapeless crowds information into social and digestible knowledge.
Furthermore, recent developments in processing, storing, and sharing huge amount of data become problematic due to the lack of new approaches, techniques, methods, algorithms and technologies oriented to social networks, including theoretical notions and insufficient awareness on security, retrieval, networking, behavioral and social issues.
The workshop, that will take place between Jan 27, 2021 - Jan 29, 2021, in conjunction with the 15th IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC2021), (http://www.ieee-icsc.org/) is a forum for researchers, industry practitioners and domain experts in the field of semantic computing, social networks, and social interactions and organisation sciences to exchange the latest advances in the state of the art and practice of semantic computing applications to the social network context.
Topics of interest
The topics of interest of the workshop include, but are not limited to:
- Semantics-driven indexing and retrieval for Social Media
- User modeling or social profiling for business and/or non profit organizations
- Semantics-based recommender systems for Social Media: is the dream coming true?
- Web adaptation methods and techniques
- Content on demand: customization or personalization?
- Semantic context modeling and extraction
- Semantic Models generation from social networks data
- Semantically-enabled data filtering
- Sentiment analysis in Social Networks
- Opinion mining in Social Networks
- Social Web Mining
- Semantics of Collective Intelligence
- Mobile social networking
- Distributed semantic computing for social network data analysis
- Collaborative filtering, mining and prediction
- Social computing applications and case studies
- Social Data
- Social Networking
- Data Science and Big Data
- Data Security
- Security Risk Analysis, Modelling, Evaluation and Management
- Social Media Analytics
- Recent Theory, Trends, Technologies and Applications
- Future Directions and Challenges in Information Security System
- Effects of social relationships and knowledge on organisation innovative behaviour
- Emerging social values and their impact on organisation leaderships
Abstract Submission Deadline: December 14, 2020 (EXTENDED)
Submission Deadline: December 14, 2020 (EXTENDED)
Notification of acceptance: December 20, 2020
Camera-Ready Submission and Registration Deadline: December 22, 2020
Shady Khalil, Texas A&M University, Qatar
Jianquan Liu, NEC, Japan
Giovanni Pilato, Italian National Research Council, Italy
Alexey Averkin Dorodnicyn Computing Center of RAN
Ankur Bist Govind ballabh Pant university of agri. and tech.
Erdogan Dogdu, Angelo State University
Cécile Favre ERIC - Université Lyon 2
Jason Jung Chung-Ang University
Takahiro Komamizu Nagoya University
Marco La Cascia University of Palermo
Wookey Lee Inha University
Zheng Liu Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Giosue' Lo Bosco University of Palermo
Matthew Montebello University of Malta
Fadi Muheidat California State University San Bernardino, CSUSB
Andreas Nuernberger Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg
Murat Ozbayoglu TOBB University of Economics and Technology
Seref Sagiroglu Gazi University
Daniele Schicchi University of Palermo
Jun Shen University of Wollongong
Kai Shu Arizona State University
Nicolas Turenne INRA UPEM
Filippo Vella National Research Council of Italy
Chaokun Wang Tsinghua University
Liang Wu Airbnb, Inc.
Sergey Yarushev Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
Feida Zhu Singapore Management University
Manuscripts must be written (6 pages maximum, all included) in English and follow the instructions in the Manuscript Formatting and Templates page given in ICSC 2021 website (http://www.ieee-icsc.org/) at the “Submission” section.
Papers must be original and not be submitted to or accepted by any other conference or journal.
Only electronic submission will be accepted. Technical paper authors MUST submit their manuscripts through EasyChair ( https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=scsn21), by following the instructions given on the SCSN website (http://pa.icar.cnr.it/scsn21/).
Manuscripts may only be submitted in PDF format.
Each paper will be peer-reviewed. Papers accepted by the workshop will be published in the conference proceedings published by IEEE Computer Society Press.
Authors are encouraged to submit an abstract (before the abstract submission deadline) and update the abstract to a full paper before the deadline of full paper submission.
For any question regarding the workshop please contact the organizers at scsn-ws (at) pa.icar.cnr.it