Julien Masanès, program chair for the 2008 International Web Archiving Workshop, recently issued the workshop call for papers. From the call:
Main international event in this domain since 2001, will likely take place the
18th and 19th of September 2008, in conjunction with ECDL in Aarhus (Denmark)
The workshop will provide a cross domain overview on active research and
practice in all domains concerned with the acquisition, maintenance and
preservation of digital objects for long-term access, with a particular focus
on web archiving and studies on effective usage of this type of archives.
Paper submission: 19th of May 2008 (url for submission coming soon).
Notification of acceptance: June 16th, 2008
Camera-ready copy due: July 14th, 2008
Workshop: September 18th and 19th, 2008
Please post submission using ACM template.
• Web Archiving Projects,
• Digital Archeology,
• Cyberculture Studies,
• Web Metrics,
• Web Publishing Models.
• Harvesting Technology, Focused Crawling,
• Deep Web Capture,
• Site Architecture Migration,
• Authenticity Control of Captured Documents.
• Acquisition of Dynamic Objects,
• Submission Systems,
• Data Ingest,
• Automated Metadata Capture.
Storage Models and Architecture:
• Hierarchical Storage Models,
• Redundant Storage,
• Distributed Storage,
• Storage Media Migration,
• Cost Models,
• Media Life-Time Analysis.
• Conversion/Migration Strategies,
• Emulation Approaches,
• Data Abstraction Technologies,
• Self-Aware Objects,
• Testbeds, File Format Repositories,
• Document Functionality and Behaviour.
• Access Provision,
• Web Indexing
• Collection Analysis,
• Information Retrieval,
• Interface Models.
Policy and Social Issues:
• Economics of Information,
• Intellectual Property Rights.
• Challenges and Caveats of Web Archives,
• Scenarios and Visions,
• Privacy Aspects
Julien Masanès (European Archive / e-mail : julien AT iwaw.net)
Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
See details on http://www.iwaw.net/