Call for Papers

The exponential growth of the popularity of social media has provided not only novel techniques for public communication and engagement, but has also generated unprecedented volumes of publicly-available, user-generated social media content. These trends open new opportunities for ecological and environmental applications, both in terms of alternative data sources and novel approaches for interacting with the public.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together a combination of academic and industrial participants to discuss ideas, challenges, and solutions at the intersection of Social Media and Environmental/Ecological Science.

The workshop calls for full research papers, short papers and long abstracts.

Topics of Interest

  • Social Media Data Mining for Environmental and Ecological Monitoring (EEM)
  • Social Media Analysis for EEM
  • Social Networks and EEM
  • Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing for EEM
  • Social Media Engagement, Motivation and Gami cation for EEM

Submission Guidelines

Full Papers: should not be longer than 10 pages (including references).

Short Papers: presenting novel, thought-provoking ideas and promising (preliminary) results in realizing these ideas, should be 5-page extended (including references).

Long Abstracts: presenting novel ideas and reporting work in progress, should not be longer than 2 pages (including references).

Format: Papers must follow Springer LNCS format requirements (except for the paper page limit).

Duplicate Submission: SWEEM 2018 will not accept any paper that, at the time of submission, is under review for or has already been published or accepted for publication in a journal or conference.

Submission

Abstracts and papers must be submitted through the submission system. Each paper will be reviewed by at least two PC members.

Presentation

All papers will be presented orally. At least one author must present the work at the workshop with a regular registration.

Publication

Accepted papers will be published in the CEUR workshop proceedings.



Partners:

CHEST EU Project