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Michienzi Andrea <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 5 Jun 2023 17:49:33 +0200
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[apologies if you receive multiple copies of this CFP]
CFP: 3rd International Workshop on Open Challenges in Online Social 
Networks (OASIS) @ ACM Hypertext 2023

4-8 September 2023, Rome, Italy

Accepted papers will be included in the ACM Digital Library.
Special issues associated with the conference are being organized. 
Selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to those 

The diffusion of Online Social Networks (OSNs) has had a profound effect 
on the way we interact and a deep impact on society and business. Social 
Media have helped people to communicate, breaking down the geographical 
barriers that restricted communication. Through social networks, virtual 
communication, sharing of information, and community participation are 
possible even among people in uncomfortable conditions. Today, Social 
Media are one of the main parts of daily life by affecting sociality, 
but they are also essential channels through which information travels 
faster than ever. Analysis of OSN can help to foresee events to manage 
critical scenarios.

The rapid growth in popularity has opened new challenging problems 
involving numerous computer science fields. These issues have 
implications for social graph analysis, trust and security, and so on. 
Moreover, privacy issues and the usage of mobile devices have opened new 
research fields in the design of decentralized online social networks, 
which can be considered one of the most important challenges. 
Furthermore, the current improvement concerning the study and the 
proposal of new approaches for Social Networks and Media involves not 
only complex network analysis, and, in particular, the decentralization 
of social services, but also the introduction of innovative technologies 
such as Artificial Intelligence and Virtual/Mixed Reality to ferry 
humankind towards the next generation Online Social Networks. In 
particular, the metaverse is playing a crucial role in this new 
generation of hyperconnected, gamified, and immersive social networking 
platforms, and as a consequence the introduction of decentralization in 
social platforms, thanks to blockchain technology, but in particular 
through the Web3 and NFTs, as part of the Metaverse world.

The workshop targets researchers, doctoral students, people from 
industry and other people interested in discussing, reflecting and 
networking on central themes associated with the development and use of 
social networks. Papers on both theoretical and design aspects of social 
networks are welcomed, which describe and evaluate novel design methods 
and system prototypes. The workshop also welcomes work-in-progress and 
position papers.

* Social Networks Design and Analysis
* Security, Trust, and Privacy in Social Networks and Media
* Decentralized Social Networking applications: P2P, Cloud, and Mobile
* Blockchain Social Media: analysis and applications
* Social Sensing and Sentiment Analysis
* Information diffusion
* Incentive systems for OSNs
* Metaverse
* Virtual/Mixed Reality for the Metaverse
* Data Mining for OSNs and Media
* Dynamic Network Analysis in OSNs
* AI for OSNs and Media
* Social Dynamics
* Accessibility for Web and Media
* Mobility Data and Analysis for Social Media
* Ethics in Social Media

* Papers submission: June 28, 2023 (AoE, UCT -12)
* Notification of acceptance: July 24, 2023
* Camera-ready paper due: August 6, 2023
* Workshop: September 4-8, 2023

  Andrea Michienzi
  PhD, Università di Pisa - Department of Computer Science



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