List of Accepted Posters


Toru Ishida.

Service-Oriented Collective Intelligence for Multicultural Society

Kurt Jacobson and Mark Sandler.
Interacting With Linked Data About Music

Luis Casillas and Thanasis Daradoumis.
Discovering Social Relationships and Intentions in Web Forums Using Natural Language Processing Techniques

Fadi Salem and Yasar Jarrar.
Collaboration in Government: The Impact of Technology and The Role of Trust in the UAE

Petros Lalos, Christos Datsikas, Nikos Dimakopoulos and George S. Tombras.
Discovering DIMDIM: A heuristic evaluation of MOODLE's synchronous open source perspective

Gustavo GutiŽrrez-Carre—n, Thanasis Daradoumis, Josep Jorba Esteve and M. C. Pe–a-Gomar.

An infrastructure for educational virtual laboratories based on Semantic Web and Grid Computing

Martin Hofmann and Ying Ding.
CitationBase: A social tagging management for references

Madeline Carr.
The WWW and International Relations: Changing Dynamics of Power and Technology

Piotr Cofta and Paul Hodgson.
'Designing for Trust' for the Future Web

Adrian Pickering.
A scheme for enhancing trust in virtual citizen communities

Myank Jain.
Methodology for Identifying Relationships within a Corpus of Documents

Paul Smart, Paula Engelbrecht, Dave Braines, Michael Strub and Jim Hendler.
Cognitive Extension and the Web

Nelson Maculan, Edmundo de Souza e Silva, Geraldo XexŽo, Claudia B. Medeiros, Simone Barbosa, Karin Breitman, Marco Antonio Casanova and Carlos Lucena.
Brazilian Institute for Web Science Research

Dennis Anderson.

How has Web 2.0 reshaped the presidential campaign in the United States?

Han Woo Park.

Academic Internet Use in Korea: Issues and Lessons in e-Research

Melissa Dark, James Goldman, Thomas Hacker, Brandeis Marshall and Anthony Smith.

Dark Web Patterns

Cecilia Pyper, Lise Bromhall, Sarah Dummett, Douglas Altman, Pat Brownbill and Michael Murphy.

Internet Recruitment Experience for the Oxford Conception Study - a randomised controlled trial

Carlos Ferr‡s.

Are Information Technology And Cultural Economy Opportunities For Rural Areas? An Assessment Of A Virtual Community In Galicia-Spain

Carlos Tabernero, Jordi S‡nchez-Navarro, Imma Tubella and Daniel Aranda.

Online Networking as a Growing Multimodal and Multipurpose Media Practice: a Key Factor for Socio-Cultural Change

Lucio Picci. Reputation-based Governance

Will Mepham.

Semantically enhanced games for the Web

Jasmina Maric.

Web Communities as a Tool for the Social Integration of Immigrants

Huan Wang, Xing Jiang, Liang-Tien Chia and Ah-Hwee Tan.

Wikipedia2Onto --- Adding Wikipedia Semantics to Web Image Retrieval

Daniel Riera.

Web science: a new computer-related curriculum

Mark Clare.

Seeking Mental Energy On-Line

Lingfei Wu and Dehuan Liu.

Chinese Citizen's Attitude towards Internet Censorship: a Survey in Mainland China, 2005

Panagiotis Metaxas and Eni Mustafaraj.
The Battle for the 2008 US Congressional Elections on the Web

Guillaume ErŽtŽo, Fabien Gandon, Michel Buffa and Olivier Corby.

Semantic Social Network Analysis

Mohamed Bishr.

WWW: The Darwinian Imperative

John Hartley.

Cultural Science and Creativity

Alexandre Monnin.

From Game Neverending to Flickr. Tagging systems as ludic systems and their consequences.

Yihong Ding, Li Xu and David Embley.

A Model of World Wide Web Evolution

Peter Geczy, Noriaki Izumi, Shotaro Akaho and Koiti Hasida.

Complex Networks Of Human-Web Interactions

Michael Friedewald.

Privacy Threats in the Ubiquitous Information Society: An Analysis of Trends and Drivers

Jonatan Casta–o-Mu–oz and Josep M. Duart-Montoliu.

Web 2.0 Uses In Catalan Higher Education System

Janelle Ward.

Citizenship, Youth Organizations and Interactivity Online

Stephan Hagemann and Gottfried Vossen. Categorizing User-Generated Content

Tawatchai Iempairote, Nuansri Denwattana and Virach Sornlertlamvanich.
KuiPOLL: a Social Relationship Tool

John Banks and Jason Potts.

A Cultural Science of Social Network Markets: Agent-Based Computational Modeling of Online Co-Creative Networks

Ilaria Bordino and Debora Donato. Dynamic characterization of a large Web graph

Xiaomao Yu and Yong Jiang. BlogMiningExplorer: Opens a window to the blog sphere

Paul Hodgson and Piotr Cofta. Towards a methodology for research on trust

Yana Breindl.
Internet Use by Transnational Advocacy Networks: a Case Study of the ŇNo Software PatentsÓ Campaign

Roy Ruddle.

Finding Information Again Using An IndividualŐs Web History

Victoria Wang, John V Tucker and Kevin Haines.

Phatic Technology and Modernity

Yuan Bian and Dan Chen.

Current Situation and Characteristics of Reading On-line and Its Corresponding Social Changes in China

Lieze Lingier.

Material culture on-line: Toward a better understanding of cultural markers in websites

Burkhard Schafer and Yianna Danidou.
In law we trust? Trusted Computing and legal responsibility for internet security

Veronica Alfaro.

Digital Activism In The Virtual Public Sphere, From Silence And Disruption To Cyberactivism 2.0: Cyberzapatistas, Electrohippies, And Global Voices.

Victoria Wang.

Why do people participate in cybercommunities?

Maria Koletsi, Eleftheria Evangelou and Giorgos Kyriakopoulos.

Bridging the Scientific Divide: Building a common language between computer scientists and social scientists to understand the New Technologies and Digital Divide

Fadhila Mazanderani.

Online Health Search Affordances

Caroline Wilson.
Online behaviour and changing social norms: Do we need to redefine what constitutes plagiarism?

Roman Gerodimos.

New Media, New Citizens: Youth Attitudes Towards Online Civic Engagement

Nikolaos Loutas, Vassilios Peristeras and Konstantinos Tarabanis.
Extending SOA with Social Annotation of Services

Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon and Rafael Banchs.

Identifying Communities on the Web: A Proposal for the Analysis of Online Discussion Networks

Udo Kruschwitz, Jon Chamberlain and Massimo Poesio.

(Linguistic) Science Through Web Collaboration in the ANAWIKI project

Alessandro Linari, Faye Mitchell, David Duce and Stephen Morris.

Typo-Squatting: The ``Curse'' of Popularity

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jźrgens and Benjamin Heitmann.

The interplay of theory and observation: a proposition for structured research on human behavior on the web

Francisco J. Martinez-Ruiz, Josefina Guerrero Garcia and Juan Manuel Gonzalez Calleros.

Homo iunctus: Modeling the web user

Francois Fayad and Francois Lambotte. LearnersŐ Collective Sensemaking Of Case Studies In Virtual Environment

Mohammad H. Kazeroun.

The Impacts of the Internet on Iranian sense of national identity

Pekka RŠsŠnen and Marko Turpeinen.

Trends in the Internet and media use in the early 2000s

Afroditi Rallatou.

Role playing Games: Virtual or Reality?

Christiana Freitas.

The Evaluation of the Brazilian Public Software Portal

Matthew Hockenberry and Ernesto Arroyo.

The Life and Mating Habits of the Brown Bordered DIV: Emergent Semantic Elements from Genetic Design on the Web

Christophe Aguiton and Dominique Cardon.

The strength of weak cooperation: the Web2.0 as a tool to design our visibility in order to expand our network of weak ties

Eyal Oren, Spyros Kotoulas, George Anadiotis, Ronald Siebes and Frank van Harmelen.

A platform for large-scale analysis of Semantic Web data

Sadra Khosravi.

Discourse Analysis of Farsi on Web

Benjamin Heitmann, Conor Hayes and Eyal Oren.

Towards a reference architecture for applications leveraging Semantic Web technologies

Peyman Nasirifard and Vassilios Peristeras.

Extracting Expertises Using Online Shared Workspaces

Erik Duval, Katrien Verbert, Xavier Ochoa and Wayne Hodgins.

The Snowßake Number

Judith Simon.

Webs of Trust and Knowledge: Knowing and Trusting in the World Wide Web

Christophe Prieur, Cardon Dominique, Jean-Samuel Beuscart, Nicolas Pissard and Pascal Pons.

The photo as a conversation -- a case study on Flickr

Leonardo Bonanni, Matthew Hockenberry, Alex Pak and Hiroshi Ishii.

Tools for Collective Simulation

Matthijs den Besten.

Rich Pickings for Empirical Sociology: Cues from the Web

Michael Thomas.

The Use of Web 2.0 Technologies in E-Learning: Implications and Opportunities

Han-Teng Liao.

The Plausibility of Estimating Language Diversity on the Internet through Wikipedia Projects

Yang Yang, Mark Weal, Hugh Davis and Ching Man Au Yeung.

The Researcher Social Network: A Social Network Based On Metadata Of Scientific Publications

Hai Zhuge.

The Interactive Web Semantics

Harish Sethu and Xiaoyu Chu.

On the Relationship Between Online Social Networks and the User-User Bonds that Create Them

Hiromichi Araki and Shigeo Matsubara.

Capturing the structure of Internet auctions: the ratio of winning bids to the total number of bids

Ilaria Liccardi, Hugh Davis and Su White. Behavioral awareness for modeling social interactions in online collaborative authoring environments

Milena Mihail.

The case of the LHC initiation at CERN, as reported through the WWW

Vladimir Fomichov.

Theory of K-representations as a Source of an Advanced Language Platform for Semantic Web of a New Generation

Hirohiko Yasuda, Kanami Yasuda and Kohki Yasuda.

Preventing Cyber Bullying And Parents And Teacher Education With 192 Leaflets And Newsletters

Maria Esther Vidal, Louiqa Raschid and Woei-Jyh Lee.

Enhancing Literature-Based Discovery with Authority-Flow Information

Li Ding, K. Krasnow Waterman, Jie Bao, Lalana Kagal and Deborah L. McGuinness.

Towards a Semantic Web Testbed for  Collaborative Policy Development

Jeff Z. Pan, Stuart Taylor and Edward Thomas.

MusicMash2: Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology

Manolis Tzagarakis, Nikos Karousos, Nikos Karacapilidis and Dora Nousia.

Unleashing Argumentation Support Systems on the Web: The case of CoPe_it!

Tom Boesser.

Behavioral research on the WWW

Rebecca Eynon, Chris Davies and Yorick Wilks .

The Learning Companion: an Embodied Conversational Agent for Learning

Franco Pirri, Maria Chiara Pettenati, Samuele Innocenti , Davide Chini and David Parlanti.

InterDataNet: an Infrastructural Approach for the Web of Data