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WI 2018

Web Intelligence (WI) aims to achieve a multi-disciplinary balance between research advances in the fields of collective intelligence, data science, human-centric computing, knowledge management, and network science. It is committed to addressing research that deepens the understanding of computational, logical, cognitive, physical as well as business and social foundations of the future Web, and enables the development and application of intelligent technologies. WI'18 features high-quality, original research papers and real-world applications in all theoretical and technological areas that make up the field of WI.
WI'18 welcomes research, application as well as Industry/Demo-Track paper submissions. Tutorial, Workshop and Special-Session proposals and papers are also welcome.

Main Topics:

  • Track-1: Collective Intelligence
  • Track-2: Data Science
  • Track-3: Human-Centric Computing
  • Track-4: Knowledge Management
  • Track-5: Network Science

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Students Award

Submit your application by email with cc to all PC Chairs listed below:
Submissions until October 17th


New Panel Discussion!

Web Intelligence is a field that can help lots of industries and thus, people. It allows world data having sense, which is a powerful tool to take better decisions, especially in the economic. But what if we use it for social purposes, such as poverty or hunger? Read more...

Important! - Submission Paper deadline had been extended!

New date is 01 July. You have two weeks left, and we are kindly wating for your paper submission.

Keynotes Speakers

Prof. Ramesh Jain
Director, Institute for Future Health Department of Computer Science, University
Prof. Yong Shi
Professor, Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis Union Pacific Chair of Information
Prof. Francisco Herrera
Head of Research Group SCI2S (Soft Computing and Intelligent Information Systems)
Prof. Marti A. Hearst
Professor, School of Information and the EECS Department School of Information

Best Student Paper Award (US$500)

The Best Student Paper Award recognises authors of the best student papers accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Web Intelligence. A paper is considered a student paper if the first-named author is a student at the time of the paper submission. Student authors enter the competition using the conference’s paper submission system when they upload their revised papers. Papers will be shortlisted based on reviewer scores. The Selection Panel will make a decision on the Award based on the reviewers’ comments and scores and the Panel's own reading of the papers. The recipient of the Award will receive a certificate commemorating her (his) achievement. The prize and certificate will be presented at the conference banquet.

Student Travel Awards (Two available with US$500 each)

This award provides the opportunity for student authors to attend and give an oral presentation at the WI 2018 conference. All postgraduate students who have submitted or are intending to submit an abstract for WI 2018 are invited to apply - especially those in the final year of their higher degree program. Applicants must:

  • -Be a student at the time of application for the Award;
  • -Be an author listed in an accepted paper;
  • -Have registered as a participant in the conference.

The recipients of the Award will be selected by a Selection Panel. Top priority will be given to students presenting papers at the conference, with second priority to students who are co-authors of papers to be presented at the conference. Only students traveling more than 100 miles to the conference are eligible for an award.

For more information, visit Call for Papers