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The ACM Web Conference 2024

Newsletter #1 - Call for Research Track Papers

**The Web Conference 2024 will be held in Singapore, from May 13 to May 17, 2024
The committee led by our General Chairs: Tat-Seng Chua (National University of Singapore) and Chong-Wah Ngo (Singapore Management University) welcome you to Singapore in May 2024!

The organizing committee is preparing an edition rich in scientific exchanges. In addition to the research tracks, The Web Conference 2024 will also feature a large number of usual events: Industry track, Workshops, Tutorials, Ph.D. symposium, Posters and Demos, as well as Special Days.

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**Welcome to TheWebConf 2024 Program Chairs!
We are proud to announce our PC Chairs for TheWebConf 2024:
- Ravi Kumar, Google
- Hady W. Lauw, Singapore Management University

**Key dates for authors
The Call for Papers (CFP) for The Web Conference 2024 research tracks is online:

Do not miss the deadlines for submitting papers:
- Abstract: Thursday, October 5, 2023
- Full paper: Thursday, October 12, 2023
- Author response: December 1-7, 2023
- Author and reviewer discussion: December 8-14, 2023
- Notification: February 1, 2024

**Research Tracks and Track Chairs for The Web Conference 2024
There are 10 research tracks, and every submission will have to specify the track. The list of tracks and their chairs are given below, while track descriptions can be found on the CFP.

Economics, Online Markets, and Human Computation
- Negin Golrezaei (MIT)
- Senjuti Basu Roy (NJIT)
- Grant Schoenebeck (U Michigan)

Graph Algorithms and Modeling for the Web
- Sreenivas Gollapudi (Google)
- Yizhou Sun (UCLA)
- Charalampos Tsourakakis (BU)

Responsible Web
- Badih Ghazi (Google)
- Manish Raghavan (MIT)
- Leila Zia (Wikimedia Foundation)

- Hui Fang (U Delaware)
- Makoto P. Kato (U Tsukuba)
- Aixin Sun (NTU)

- Nicolas Christin (CMU)
- Elena Ferrari (U Insubria)
- Nick Nikiforakis (Stony Brook U)

Semantics and Knowledge
- Raphaël Troncy (EURECOM)
- María Poveda Villalón (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)

Social Networks, Social Media, and Society
- James Caverlee (Texas A&M)
- Flavio Chierichetti (Sapienza U Rome)
- Yu-Ru Lin (U Pitt)

Systems and Infrastructure for Web, Mobile, and WoT
- Youngki Lee (Seoul National U)
- Flora Salim (UNSW)
- Gareth Tyson (HKUST)

User Modeling and Recommendation
- Krisztian Balog (U Stavanger & Google)
- Lina Yao (CSIRO’s Data61 & UNSW)
- Xiangliang Zhang (UND)

Web Mining and Content Analysis
- Jing Gao (Purdue)
- Karthik Subbian (Amazon)
- Wei Wang (UCLA)

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