WebSci - Cybercrime/Warfare 2014 : WEB SCIENCE CYBERCRIME/CYBERWARFARE WORKSHOP 2014
Call For Papers
The Call for Papers
Researchers wishing to present at the workshop should submit short research papers presenting finalized or ongoing research activities on the following topics:
Research papers are to be kept short, limited in length to 2 pages (in ACM template) and can be position papers or primary studies presenting methods used to study cybercrime and cyberwarfare.
This workshop will allow participants to present research experiences, good practices and ideas for analyzing Cybercrime and Cyberwarfare on the Web.
Papers will be peer reviewed by a select program committee.
Research papers are to be kept short, limited in length to 2 pages (in ACM template) and can be position papers or primary studies presenting methods used to study Cybercrime and Cyberwarfare.
At least one author of each paper is expected to register for the workshop and attend to present the paper.
Accepted proposal and papers will be given a 15-minute slot of which no more than 10 minutes will be used for presentation, the rest of the time will be available for questions and discussion.
Presentation material and research papers will be made available online on the Web Science Cybercrime / Cyberwar Workshop’s website after the workshop.
We are expecting to receive up to 30 paper submissions, and plan to accept up to 8 papers.
- The submission deadline is April 20th, 2014
- Notification of acceptance is May 20th, 2014
How to Submit?
Maximum 2 pages – 1000 words
Word or PDF document
Paper submissions should be formatted according to the official ACM SIG proceedings template (http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Please make use of the ACM 1998 classification scheme (http://www.acm.org/about/class/1998/), and submit papers using EasyChair at
The submission deadline is April 20th
Notification of acceptance is May 20th