CEAS 2010 : Collaboration, Electronic messaging, Anti-Abuse and Spam Conference
Conference Series : Conference on Email and Anti-Spam
Call For Papers
CEAS 2010 Call for Papers
Collaboration, Electronic messaging, Anti-Abuse and Spam Conference [formerly the Conference on Email and Anti-Spam]
The Seventh Annual Collaboration, Electronic messaging, Anti-Abuse and Spam Conference (CEAS 2010) invites the submission of papers for its meeting in July, 2010. Papers are invited on all aspects of electronic communication and collaboration, including email, instant messaging, and other messaging methods including voice and video; social networks, blogs, and wikis; user-generated content, ratings, and reviews; crowdsourcing, citizen science, and human-based computation.
Academic and industrial research perspectives including novel applications, theoretical work, analysis of real-world users and trends, and operational or deployment case studies related to the conference topics are all warmly encouraged.
Both full papers of up to 10 pages and poster papers of up to 4 pages will be considered. Papers will be peer-reviewed by a committee of experts from academic and industrial research centers.
Message filtering, organization, and security
Adversarial learning using machine learning and natural language processing
Automated assistance, summarization, and search for online communication
Social networking security, privacy, and fraud prevention
Modeling and analysis of economics of abuse, phishing, spam, and fraud
Studies of abuse tactics and patterns
Scalability, reliability, archiving, and retrieval
Collaborative filtering of user-generated content
Protocols and standards for social networking, collaboration, and messaging
Standards for abuse reporting and monitoring
Crowdsourcing analysis, applications, and theory
Novel uses of wikis and blogs in science, problem solving, and education
Studies on the use of citizen science and human-based computing
Novel modes of distributed collaboration
Collaboration in adversarial environments
User trust and reputation
User identity issues that relate to the conference topics
Online fraud, cyber crime, identity theft, and other online crime
These are examples, and other topics within the scope of the conference are also welcome; if you have questions about the applicability of your work, contact the program committee at email@example.com
Submission deadline: March 26, 2010, 23:59:59 UTC
Author notifications: May 21, 2010
Final accepted papers due: June 11, 2010
Conference dates: July 13 and 14, 2010
The 2010 conference will be held at The Commons, on Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, Washington, and will dovetail with the SOUPS conference at the same site during the same week.
The conference will once again run a Spam Challenge. Information about the challenge is posted on the conference web site, at http://ceas.cc/challenge