SCA (Social Computing and its Applications) was created to provide a prime international forum for researchers, industry practitioners and domain experts to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice of Social Computing and its broadly related areas.
Details of the conference dinner (1.10.2013) are online.
Walking tour of the city will begin at 6:30pm from Karlsruhe Martzplatz.
The conference dinner will take place from 8-11pm in Schalander at the Hoepfner Brewery.
The advance program is online: here.
The conference rate for the Akademie Hotel is now available, please go ahead and book. Updates to information on other hotels have also been made. Note that our hotel block reservations expire on August 31st.
There have been many questions regarding registration. Yes unfortunately, we can only perform registration via (international) bank transfer, this is due to legal constraints, and KIT being in the process of updating their online payment system. Please ensure that you registrar and transfer funds in a timely manner, as it is currently taking up to 5 days for funds to clear.
Payment Details are as follows:
Details on the final formatting instructions and camera ready submission are online and available here.
The Conference Registration Portal is open: Registration
The notification of papers requires a few more days to finalise than initially planned. Notification will now be on: 15.7.2013 we are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
After numerous requests (more than expected), the submission deadline for posters as well as short and regular papers has been extended to 15.6.2013.
15.4.201326.4.2013: Selected Papers from CGC will be invited to submit extended versions to:
19.4.2013: Two new CGC workshops will now take place:
18.4.2013: KIT announces a Summer School to precede SCA and CGC. The school (23.9.2013-26.09.2013) will bring together international experts in the broad field of Service Research with PhD students, young scientists and practitioners from industry. Through lectures, tutorials and social events, the Summer School will provide a forum for participants to discuss and learn about Service Research.
Participants can benefit from the expertise of the lecturers and share experience with fellow attendees. Furthermore, the Summer School will foster interdisciplinary research and collaboration opportunities among international students and researchers interested in the disparate fields within Service Research. The Summer School program combines lectures in the areas of: Cloud Computing, IT Service Management, Mobility, Energy, Semantics, Service Analytics and Optimisation, Service Economics (Incentives), Social Computing and Survey Design and Evaluation.
Further details can be found here.
16.4.2013: Jennifer Golbeck (University of Maryland) will give the SCA Keynote talk. More info here
7.3.2013: SCA and CGC joint workshops announced:
2.11.2012: Jinjun Chen announces that SCA 2013 will take place in Karlsruhe at the SCA/CGC 2012 Banquet.