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SBSC 2010 : VII Brazilian Conference on Collaborative Systems and Groupware


When Oct 5, 2010 - Oct 8, 2010
Where Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Submission Deadline May 18, 2010
Notification Due Jun 20, 2010
Final Version Due Jul 5, 2010
Categories    collaborative system   groupware   CSCW   social computing

Call For Papers

SBSC 2010
VII Brazilian Conference on Collaborative Systems and Groupware

Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil, 2010 October 05-08
Organized by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC)

**** Full Paper Submission: May 16, 2010

# Introduction #
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit their manuscript electronically at the webpage ( until May 16, 2010. All accepted full papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings to be published by IEEE Computer Society.

Additionally and according to the reviewers’ recommendations, authors of selected papers will be invited to extend the paper for publication in a selected journal. Only original contributions will be accepted.

The research papers should describe relevant techniques and technologies to the development of collaborative systems, theories, models, and empirical studies about the usage and impact of groupware in organizations, communities, and society.

# Topics of Interest #
The SBSC is an important forum for researchers, students, and professionals to discuss issues, techniques, solutions, innovations, and experiences. The discussions comprehend under various perspectives, aspects of development of collaborative systems, social interactions, and applications in various domain areas.

The list of topics includes, but is not limited to:

* Development of Collaborative Systems
- Evaluation of collaborative systems
- Artificial Intelligence support for collaboration
- Distributed Systems and peer-to-peer applications for collaboration
- Multi-agent systems for collaboration
- Technologies for the development of collaborative systems (architectures, frameworks, components, middleware, etc.)
* Social Interaction in Collaborative Systems
- Computer Mediated Communication
- Context and awareness in collaborative systems
- Case studies, ethnography, and action research in the context of groups
- Knowledge management and group memory
- Methods for collaboration investigation
- Reputation, recommendation, collective intelligence
- Security and privacy in collaborative systems
- Meetingware, negotiation, and group decision
- Theories and models of computer-supported collaboration
- Workflow, process management, and coordination
* Collaborative Systems Applied to Domains
- Virtual and augmented reality environments
- Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
- Mobile Collaboration
- Distributed software development
- Multi-user games and digital entertainment
- Innovative devices of interaction
- Social networks, groups, virtual communities
- Technologies for collaboration in the Web 2.0

# Types of submission #

* Technical Full Paper *
Full papers of 6-8 pages that present ideas, theories, models, original experimental results, or other technical contributions. The papers will be evaluated according to its relevance, originality, and presentation quality. The paper should include descriptions of the research problem, proposed solution, evaluation of the proposal, results, comparisons, and related work.

* Full paper about collaborative tools and systems *
Full papers of 4-8 pages that present collaborative systems or tools with innovative approach to collaboration support. The papers should include description of the motivation, main functionalities, and some evaluation of the tool. A link to short video showing the functionalities or to the tool itself is expected in the paper.

* Short paper *
Short paper of 2-4 pages that present on-going research. The short paper should include description of the motivation, goal, proposal, the research methodology and, if available, some preliminary results.

* Workshop of thesis and dissertations *
Drafts of 3-6 pages that report on-going research of master and PhD work. The report should include description of the motivation, goal, proposal, research methodology and, if available, some preliminary results. The goal of the workshop is to promote the discussion about the proposals and methodologies, and provide suggestions of alternatives and complementary work.

# Submission Information #

Papers can be written in Portuguese or English. Authors should submit to the webpage ( Please follow the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings Author Guidelines to prepare your papers. The guidelines are available in

For papers that involve quantitative data, we suggest that the data and results are available in a website referenced in the paper. The availability of data helps the review process, and after the paper publication, the data and results can be used for comparison in other research work.

# Important dates #
Full technical papers and papers about tools:
* Submission: May 16, 2010
* Notification of Acceptance: June 20, 2010
* Final manuscripts: July 05, 2010

Short papers:
* Submission: June 30, 2010
* Notification of Acceptance: July 26, 2010
* Final manuscripts: August 09, 2010

# Chairs and Committee #
** Program Co-Chairs **
Marco Aurélio Gerosa (IME/USP)
Celso Hirata (ITA)

** Organization Co-Chairs **
Adriana S. Vivacqua (DCC/UFRJ)
Raquel Oliveira Prates (UFMG) – General Chair

** Tutorials Chair **
Roberta Lima Gomes (UFES)

** Workshop of Thesis and Dissertations **
Hugo Fuks (PUC-Rio)

** Program Committee (in formation) **
Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua (UFF)
Alberto Raposo (PUC-Rio)
Carla Diacui Berkenbrock (UDESC)
Carlos André Guimarães Ferraz (UFPE)
Celso Massaki Hirata (ITA)
Cesar Augusto Tacla (UTFPR)
Claudia Lage Rebello da Motta (NCE-UFRJ)
Cleidson Ronald Botelho de Souza (UFPA)
Cléver Ricardo Guareis de Farias (FFCLRP/USP)
Clovis Torres Fernandes (ITA)
Denise Del Re Filippo (UERJ)
Flávia Maria Santoro (UNIRIO)
Geraldo Bonorino Xexéo (COPPE-UFRJ)
Hugo Fuks (PUC-Rio)
Ivan Luiz Marques Ricarte (UNICAMP)
Jacques Wainer (UNICAMP)
Jaime Simão Sichman (USP)
Jauvane Cavalcante de Oliveira (LNCC)
Jose Maria Nazar David (UNIFACS)
Marco Aurélio Gerosa (IME/USP)
Marco Aurelio Souza Mangan (PUCRS)
Marcos Roberto da Silva Borges (NCE-UFRJ)
Mariano Pimentel (UNIRIO)
Neide dos Santos (UERJ)
Patricia Cabral de Azevedo Restelli Tedesco (UFPE)
Rafael Prikladnicki (PUCRS)
Renata Mendes de Araujo (UNIRIO)
Roberta Lima Gomes (UFES)
Seiji Isotani (CMU)
Sergio Crespo Coelho da Silva Pinto (Unisinos)
Silvio Meira (UFPE)

** Steering Committee **
Mariano Pimentel (UNIRIO) – Chair
Claudia Motta (UFRJ)
Jacques Wainer (UNICAMP)
Renata Araujo (UNIRIO)
Adriana Vivacqua (UFRJ)
Cleidson Souza (UFP)
José Maria David (UNIFACS)

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