UMAP 2011  --  19th International Conference on
User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization

Girona - Spain, July 11-15, 2011

UMAP is the premier international conference for researchers and 
practitioners working on systems that adapt to their individual users, 
or to groups of users, and collect and represent information about users 
for this purpose. It is organized under the auspices of User Modeling Inc.

Deadline for workshop papers is 15 April.

Below you find the list of workshops and tutorials that will be held at 
UMAP 2011. More details and links can be found on the UMAP 2011 Website.


- SASWeb: Semantic Adaptive Social Web
- PALE: Personalization Approaches in Learning Environments
- DEMRA: Decision Making and Recommendation Acceptance Issues in 
Recommender Systems
- AUM: Augmenting User Models with Real World Experiences to Enhance 
Personalization and Adaptation
- UMMS: User Models for Motivational Systems: The affective and the 
rational routes to persuasion
- TRUM: Trust, Reputation and User Modeling
- ASTC: Adaptive Support for Team Collaboration
- UMADR: User Modeling and Adaptation for Daily Routines: Providing 
Assistance to People with Special and Specific Needs


Personalization, persuasion, and everything in-between (Shlomo 
Berkovsky, Jill Freyne)
Designing Adaptive Social Applications (Julita Vassileva, Jie Zhang)
Designing and evaluating new generation user modeling (Frederica Cena, 
Cristina Gena)

Deadline 15 April 2011, late submission 13 May 2011

UMAP 2011 invites demonstrations of innovative UMAP-based systems 
(including research prototypes) and posters.  Descriptions (max. 3 pages 
in Springer LNCS format) must be original and unpublished accounts of 
such systems.

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