LA-Web 2007 is the fifth of a series of refereed conferences aimed at providing a venue in Latin America for researchers and technologists from around the world to present, demonstrate and discuss the latest Web developments. LA-Web 2007 will be held in Santiago de Chile.
LA-WEB 2007 is endorsed by the IW3C2 International World Wide Web Conference Committee and its proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. This year, the first day of LA-WEB will hold joint-sessions along with SPIRE 2007.
We invite high quality papers describing original work in all areas of Web research.
Papers should properly place the work in the context of the conference's theme, cite related work, and clearly indicate its innovative aspects and contributions to the field.
Papers must be submitted electronically via the conference's website, and must be formatted using the IEEE-CS guidelines (see below).
We encourage authors to submit concise papers of up to 8 pages; however, papers up to 10 pages long may be submitted, and two additional pages (for a maximum of 12) may be purchased later.
Download CFP in PDF format.
The registration process for the conference is now open.
We've set up a list of Hotels for our participants.
We also have some suggestions for Short Trips from Santiago.
Web Workloads: how things have changed and what has remained the same, by Virgilio Almeida, UFMG/Brasil
Trends in Online Social Interactions by Andrew Tomkins, Yahoo! Research.
Online advertising: underlying technologies and business models, with James Shanahan
The Conference will take place in the Gorbea Auditorium at the Third floor of Escuela de Ingeniería, Universidad de Chile. Av. Beaucheff #850, Santiago.
Topics include but are not limited to: