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In3 Conference flyer 10-11 April

In3 Conference flyer 10-11 April

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Internet Science conference Brussels
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www.internet-science.eu/1st-eins-conerence
Online registration
: http://internet-science.eventbrite.com |
Contact
: conerence@internet-science.eu
Brussels, April 10-11, 2013
�e Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts (KVAB)
THE 1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCEON INTERNET SCIENCE
Internet, Interdisciplinarity & Innovation
As of December 18, 2012
is highly multidisciplinary conerence combines Computer Science, Sociology, Art, Mathematics, Physics, Complexe 1st international conerence on Internet Science, will be organized rom April 10 to 11 in Brussels, under the aegise conerence is open to any organizations and individuals interested in the event topic. Only limited registrationopportunity to interact with external stakeholders, detail projecte event will start on April 9 at 18:30 with a welcome reception,systems analysis, Psychology, Economics, Law, Political Science, Epistemology and other relevant disciplines.It will be a unique venue ostering dialogue among scholars and practitioners belonging to these disciplines.(http://www.internet-science.eu), with the support o KVAB.objectives and methodological approach, and showcase its rstand will end on April 11 in the early aernoon.A Call or Papers (CP) has been launched, inviting papers sheddinglight on Internet Science rom all involved disciplines and inparticular papers crossing rigid disciplines boundaries, describingoriginal research and innovative ideas.ees are requested to attend it in order that they are not an obstacle to registration, thanks to the nancialparticular access to the venue, to the welcome cocktail o April 9, all cofee-breaks and lunches o Aprilmay be closed prior to the event date due to room capacity constraints.It will also provide the EINS Network o Excellence with anresults.o the European Commission, by the EINS project, the FP7 European Network o Excellence in Internet Sciencesupport o the European Commission, made available through the EINS FP7 project. ese ees cover in10 and 11, and the dinner o April 10. Please note that pre-registration is compulsory since registration
 
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February 3, 2013:
Submissions o papers
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March 3, 2013:
Notication o acceptance or papers
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March 15, 2013:
Camera-ready version o papers
Call for papers deadlinesSubmission guidelines
Both research papers and extended abstracts can be submitted (please visit www.internet-science.eu or detailed
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Research papers should present new results and original work that has not been previously published.
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Extended abstracts should describe either thought-provoking ideas with the potential or interesting discussions
Review, publication and presentation
Each submission will be reereed by at least 3 TPC members, to cover both the research background o each submissionRegardless o the submission ormat, accepted submissions will be presented in one o three ormats:
Event general Chairs
Leandros Tassiulas
, CERTH, Greece
Chris Marsden
, University o Essex, UK
Technical Programme Committee Chairs
Juan Carlos De Martin
, Nexa Center or Internet and Society, Politecnico di Torino, Italy 
Kavé Salamatian
, LISTIC, University o Savoie, Franceormat and should present signicant theoretical, empirical, methodological, or policy-orientedsubmission guidelines):Both long and short papers will be accepted. Long papers can be up to 10 pages in length, in two-column 10ptcontributions to research and/or practice. Short papers can be up to 4 pages in length, in two-column 10ptormat and should describe brie and ocused research contributions that are noteworthy.at the conerence, or works-in-progress or sharing valuable ideas, eliciting eedback on early-stage work,or ostering discussions and collaborations among colleagues. Extended abstracts can be up to 6 pagesAll accepted papers and extended abstracts will appear in the Conerence Proceedings in the same length and ormatas well as the necessary interdisciplinary aspects. Review criteria or all types o submissions include signicance,originality, presentation, validity, and the ability to stimulate discussion, with diferent emphases depending on thesubmission category to allow or consideration o all relevant works contributing to the advancement o Internet Science.the submission.1) as a 20-minute presentation ollowed by discussion,2) during one o the poster presentations and discussion sessions,3) or as part o a panel discussion.Research papers and extended abstracts are eligible or presentation in any o the three ormats, depending on reviewerrecommendations. Submissions that are thought-provoking and novel will be more appropriate or longer presentation,while those that are expected to stimulate discussion will be ideal or presentation in smaller groups or as posters.
www.internet-science.eu/1st-eins-conerence
 
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00
CoffeeTeabreak
Apr. 9
Apr. 10Apr. 11Opening session
(Room: Auditorium Albert II)
Lunch break
(Room: Marmerzaal)
CoffeeTeabreakOpennetworking CoffeeTeabreakLunch break
(Room: Marmerzaal)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Rubens)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Boudewijn)
Opennetworking Welcomereception
(Room: Marmerzaal)
Social event 20:00
(Room: Tronzaal)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Boudewijn)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Rubens)
Plenary session
(Room: Auditorium Albert II)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Rubens)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Boudewijn)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Rubens)
Parallel sessions
(Room: Boudewijn)
Closing session
(Room: Auditorium Albert II)
Keynote speakersProgramme at a glanceVenue & Accomodation
Geneviève Bell
Director o the new Interaction& Experience Research group, Intel(TBC)
Alissa Cooper
Chie Computer ScientistCenter or Democracy and Technology 
Andrea Matwyshyn
Assist. Pro.Department o Legal Studies &Business Ethics, Wharton
Pablo Rodriguez
Research Director and Head o the Barcelona LabTeleonica Digital
Robin Dunbar
Head, Institute o Cognitive &Evolutionary Anthropology Oxord University 
Urs Gasser
Executive DirectorBerkman Center or Internet & Societys
e Royal Flemish Academy o Belgium or Science and the Arts (www.kvab.be) is situated in the immediateIt can be entered via Boulevard du Régent / Regentlaan and the Rue Ducale / Hertogsstraat. e closest metro station isvicinity o the Royal Palace and o Gare Centrale� (Central station) at the heart o Brussels city.Trône / Troon at 350 m rom the venue. A large variety o hotels are located at a walking distance rom the venue.
Event coordinator
Roger Torrenti
, Sigma Orionis, France
www.internet-science.eu/1st-eins-conerence

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