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ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Online Social Networks (WOSN'12)
			(Friday Aug 17, 2012)

			Helsinki, Finland		

With nearly half the world's population with access to the Internet 
being present on an Online Social Network, the field has infiltrated 
most walks of life. A significant fraction of mind-share in the form of 
applications, diverse access interfaces, and a large economic ecosystem 
has developed around this field. Going past the simple characterization 
and enumeration of properties, the networking research community has 
shown significant interest in attacking various problems associated with 
OSNs. WOSN'12 will bring together networking researchers and 
practitioners to discuss the challenges and important questions posed by 
emerging social applications. Of particular interest are problems 
related to system architecture design, explosion of new media traffic, 
and mobile access. WOSN'12 will facilitate cross-disciplinary discussion 
of relevance to computer networking involving new ideas and applications 
and experimental results. The workshop solicits original papers on 
ongoing work as well as position papers. All papers are limited to 6 pages.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

Implications of social networking on network design 	
Network architecture design to support large scale social applications
Search strategies in social networks 	
Reputation and trust systems
Anonymity and privacy
Economic incentives for privacy
Architecture and design of external OSN applications
Decentralized (ad hoc) network applications and services
Measurement and analysis of online communities

Program Committee
	Alessandro Acquisti CMU
	Virgilio Almeida    UFMG, Brazil
	Landon Cox          Duke University
	Yafei Dai           Peking University, China
	Josh Elman          Greylock Partners
	Lixin Gao	    Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
	Krishna Gummadi     Max-Planck Institute for Software Systems
	Pankaj Gupta	    Twitter Inc.
	Emre Kiciman        Microsoft Research
	Yongdae Kim         University Minnesota
	Cecilia Mascolo     University of Cambridge
	Alan Mislove        Northeastern University
	Sue Moon            KAIST, Korea
	Jennifer Neville    Purdue University
	Eamonn O'Neill      University of Bath, U.K.
	Reza Rejaie         University of Oregon
	Keith Ross          NYU-Polytechnic University
	Alessandra Sala     Bell Labs, Ireland
	James Salter        Government Communications HQ, UK
	Stefan Saroiu       Microsoft Research (PC Co-Chair)
	Walter Willinger    AT&T Labs--Research
	Ben Zhao            UC Santa Barbara (PC Co-Chair)

Workshop Organizer
	 Balachander Krishnamurthy (AT&T Labs--Research)

Important dates:
        Paper submission due:                   Fri March 9
        Acceptance notification:                Fri April 20
        Camera-ready copy due:                  Mon June 4
        Workshop:                               Friday Aug 17

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