• WOW2014 (2nd International Web Observatory Workshop) 
  • Tuesday, 8th, 09:00~17:30, Room 308 B
  • Program:

[09:00] Arrival and welcome Wolfgang Nejdl

[09:05] Keynote Professor Dame Wendy Hall
The Web Observatory: A Web Science Perspective

[09:50] Poster preview – minute madness

Paper session 1 chair Wolfgang Nejdl
[10:00] Ian Brown, Wendy Hall and Lisa Harris
Towards a Taxonomy for Web Observatories

[10:30] Coffee break

Paper session 2, chair Kevin Page
[11:00] Matthew Weber
Observing the Web by Understanding the Past: Archival Internet Research

[11:30] Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto and Takashi Ikegami
Fluctuation and Burst Response in Social Media

[12:00] Gareth Beeston, Manuel Leon, Caroline Halcrow, Xianni Xiao, Lu Liu, Jinchuan Wang, Jinho Jay Kim and Kunwoo Park
Humour Reactions in Crisis: A Proximal analysis of Chinese posts on Sina Weibo in Reaction to the Salt Panic of March 2011

[12:30] Lunch (and poster set up)

Paper session 3, chair Wolfgang Nejdl
[14:00] Robert Simpson, Kevin Page and David De Roure
Zooniverse: Observing the World’s Largest Citizen Science Platform

[14:30] Paul Booth
Visualising Data in Web Observatories: A Proposal for Visual Analytics Development & Evaluation

[15:00] Marie Joan Kristine Gloria, John S. Erickson, Joanne S. Luciano, Deborah McGuinness and Dominic Difranzo
Legal and Ethical Considerations: Step 1b in Building a Health Web Observatory

[15:30] Poster session (and coffee break). Accepted posters:

Paper session 4, chair David De Roure

[16:00] Huanbo Luan and Tat-Seng Chua
The Design of a Live Social Observatory System

[16:30] Panel: Web Observatory interoperability and standards
Moderator: David De Roure
Panellists: Tat-Seng Chua (National University of Singapore), Wendy Hall (Web Science Trust), Jim Hendler (RPI), Thanassis Tiropanis (University of Southampton)

[17:25] Wrap up and close David De Roure