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UMAP 2014 - Call for Posters and demonstrations


22nd International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and

Aalborg, Denmark, 7-11 July, 2014






* UMAP in the social era

- Modeling individuals, groups and communities

- Social network analysis

- Social recommenders

- Social learning and learning support

- Collaboration support

- Social workforce & social organizations

- Heterogeneous networks

- Folksonomies

- Social navigation

- Crowdsourcing

- Engagement, influence & sustainability


* UMAP in the era of big data

- Web dynamics and personalization

- Large scale personalization, adaptation and recommendation

- Personalization for individuals, groups and populations

- Web tracking and personalization

- Linked Data and personalization

- Complex decision making

- Adaptive information visualization


* UMAP in the era of pervasive computing

- Ongoing continuous modeling

- Lifewide modelling

- Context-awareness

- Sensor networks

- Handheld and mobile devices

- Physiological signals

- Natural interaction (speech, language, gestures)


* Infrastructures, architectures, and methodologies

- Non-standard database representations (networks, graphs)

- Standards, specifications

- Interoperability, semantics

- Evolution, temporal aspects

- Evaluation methodologies and metrics

- Adaptive hypermedia systems

- Adaptive Web-based systems


* Human factors and Models 

- Behavior change and persuasion

- Affective aspects

- User experience

- UMAP underpinning by Sociology models

- UMAP underpinning by Psychology models

- UMAP and Anthropology theories

- UMAP and Economics models


* Personal and Societal issues

- User awareness and control

- Privacy, perceived security and trust

- Special needs

- Lifelong learning and support

- Therapy

- Personality

- Cultural variations





Paper submission: 7th April 2014

Notification to authors: 2nd May 2014

Camera ready submission: 16th May 2014


Peer reviewed papers presenting original and unpublished accounts of
innovative research ideas, preliminary results, industry showcases, and
system prototypes, addressing both the theory and practice of User Modeling,
Adaptation and Personalization. 


Submissions will be assessed based on their originality and novelty,
potential contribution to the research field, potential impact in particular
use cases, and the usefulness of presented experiences, as well as their
overall readability.





Poster and demonstration papers must have a length of 4 pages, and must be
formatted according to Springerís LNCS style guidelines. Papers must be
submitted through the EasyChair conference system created for posters and
demos submissions.


Accepted papers will be published in the UMAP 2014 Extended Proceedings as a
volume of CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Both posters and demonstrations will be
presented at the poster reception of the conference. Valid poster formats
are a single slide of about 24?x36? (ISO A1) or alternatively up to 9 ISO A4


At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference
and present the paper there.


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