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ASIS&T Asia-Pacific Regional Conference 2020

December 12-13, 2020

School of Information Management, Wuhan University

Wuhan, China

Virtual Conference

Announcement

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2020ASIS&T亚太分会组委会


Call for Papers & Presentations

主题:信息行为与人机交互

THEME: INFORMATION BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION


    2020ASIS&T亚太分会旨在促进信息行为和人机交互在多学科交叉领域的发展。用户与信息的情境化交互包括信息行为、信息实践、信息搜寻、信息体验等。人机交互是一个多学科的研究领域,主要研究计算机技术的设计与应用,以及用户与计算机之间的交互。通过与用户产生的各种交互来研究他们的信息行为,并在此基础上生成优化信息消费的有效模式。相关主题的研究将是连接用户和设计者的关键基础。


   本次会议主题包括但不限于:

· Contextualized Information Behavior

· Information Behavior during Crises

· Human-computer Interaction, Human-technology Interaction

· User Experience and Usability

· Information Seeking, Needs and Use

· Search Tasks and Evaluation

· Collaborative Information Seeking, Human Collaboration and Cooperation

· Human-Aware Planning and Behavior Prediction

· Information Architecture, Information Design

· Information Ethics, Computing Ethics

· Human Computer / Robot Interactions & Interfaces

· Intelligent User Interface for Web Systems

· Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality

· Dialogue System and Question Answering

· Deep Learning for Information Representation

· Recommendation Systems

· Reasoning in Semantic System

· Opinion Extraction and Trend Spotting

· Evolution and Surveillance of Public Opinion

· Simulating Humans

· Explainable AI

· Active Learning from Imperfect Labeling

· Multi-instance/Multi-label/Multi-view learning

· Information Extraction and Summarization

· Community Informatics, Online Communities

· Computing, Sustainable Computing

· Data Mining, Text Mining and Web Mining in Data Intensive Environments (e.g. Social Media)

· Data Science, Data Analytics, Social Analytics

· Sustainability and Societal Impact of IS

· Social Informatics, Social Computing, Socio-technical Design

· IS in Healthcare

· Health Information Behavior and Smart Health in COVID-19

· Public Opinion Analysis in Emergencies/Crises


主旨报告人


Gary Marchionini


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Gary Marchionini is the dean and Cary C. Boshamer professor at the School of Information and Library Science of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include information interaction, human-computer interaction, human-centered computing, information retrieval, digital libraries, information architecture, digital government, cyberspace identity, information policy. He heads the Interaction Design Laboratory at SILS. His Ph.D. is from Wayne State University in mathematics education with an emphasis on educational computing. He was previously professor in the College of Library and Information Services at the University of Maryland and a member of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory. Professor Marchionini served for ten years as the Director of Evaluation for the Perseus Project (a digital library devoted to classical culture) and served for two years as the General Editor of Hypertext Publications for the Association of Computing Machinery. He was Editor-in-Chief for the ACM Transaction on Information Systems from 2002-2008. Now, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Data and Information Management.


Sanda Erdelez


Sanda Erdelez is a Professor and Director at Simmons University School of Library and Information Science. She received her LL.B. and LL.M degrees from the University of Osijek Law School (Croatia) and Ph.D. in information transfer from Syracuse University. She was also a faculty member at the University of Missouri, University of Texas at Austin and University of Osijek. Her research interests include human information behavior, human-computer interaction and usability evaluation in online environments. She published over 80 scientific papers and gave more than 70 research presentations. She has been internationally recognized for her pioneering research on information encountering (the role of serendipity in information behavior). Her research has received funding from both corporate and government sources including Dell Inc., SBC Communication, Texas State Government, and NSF. She is an active member of ASIS&T, where she has served in numerous leadership roles including the chair of Special Interest Group on Information Seeking and Use (SIG USE) and the member of ASIS&T Board of Directors. In 2015, Dr. Erdelez received the Outstanding Contribution to Information Behavior Research Award from SIG USE and also became a member of the SIG USE Academy of Fellows.


Jim Jansen

Jim Jansen is a principal scientist in the social computing group at the Qatar Computing Research Institute, Professor in the College of Science and Engineering, Hamad bin Khalifa University, and Adjunct Professor at the College of Information Sciences and Technology at The Pennsylvania State University. He is a graduate of West Point and has a Ph.D. in computer science from Texas A&M University, along with master degrees from Texas A&M (computer science) and Troy State (international relations). Jim is the editor-in-chief of Information Processing & Management. He has served as a Senior Fellow at the Pew Research Center with the Pew Internet and American Life Project. Jim has authored or co-authored 300 or so research publications, with articles appearing in a multi-disciplinary and extremely wide range of journals and conferences.


Bin Wang

Dr. Bin Wang is the director of the artificial intelligence laboratory of MI and the chief scientist of NLP. Before joining MI, he was engaged in scientific research related to natural language processing and information retrieval in the Chinese Academy of Sciences. And he has worked as a doctoral supervisor and a researcher of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a professor of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. What’s more, He has published and co-published nearly 150 academic theses, and his achievements in scientific research have won 2 Second Class Prizes of The State Scientific and Technological Progress Award and 3 provincial and ministerial technology awards. He is the director of Chinese Information Processing Society of China and the editorial board member of Journal of Chinese Information Processing. He is also the member of the special committee of many famous institutions including the Computational Linguistics, Information Retrieval, Language & knowledge Computing and Social Media Processing of Chinese Information Processing Society and so on. And he is the member of China Computer Federation Technical Committee on Chinese Information Technology. Moreover, he has been a member of the procedure committee of SIGIR, ACL, WWW, IJCAI, AAAI, CIKM and other important conferences for a long time.



Opportunities for Publications

被录用的长论文、短论文和小组讨论将收录在会议集中,并且会作为特刊在期刊Data and Information Management (DIM,

https://www.editorialmanager.com/dim/)上刊出。推荐文章扩展后投到其他三个刊:


· Information Processing & Management

(https://www.journals.elsevier.com/information-processing-and-management/)

· The Electronic Library

(https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=EL)

· Information Technology & Management

(https://www.springer.com/journal/10799)


Awards

最佳论文奖:期刊DIM将分别为长论文和短论文设立一篇最佳论文奖项。

最佳论文提名:期刊DIM将分别为长论文和短论文设立两篇最佳论文提名奖项。

Submission Types

1)  长论文(Long Papers): 字数需在6000字以上;

2)  短论文(Short Papers): 字数需在3000字以上;

3) 小组讨论(Panel Proposals): 字数需在1000字以上。

字数统计包括所有文本内容(正文、表格、标题、参考文献和附录),不包括摘要和关键词。所有引用和参考文献必须采用APA格式。模板请参考期刊DIMhttps://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/dim/dim-overview.xml)中的格式要求,要求全英文投稿。投稿系统地址为https://easychair.org/cfp/asist-ap2020


Important Dates

长论文、短论文、小组讨论

提交截至日期:2020731 2020年8月15日

录用通知日期:2020825 2020年915

论文排版定稿截至日期:2020915 2020年930

Contacts:

E-mail: dim@whu.edu.cn

Conference Website:

https://www.asist.org/chapters/asiapac/events/2020-regional-meeting/



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