Schedule

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Please, note the timezone of the program is CEST.

Tuesday 28th — Four Points Hotel

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HourWorkshopRoomWorkshopRoom
11:00 to 12:30NHTGreenOASISBlue
12:30 to 13:00 (tentative)Coffee Break
13:00 to 14:30NHTGreenOASISBlue
14:30 to 15:30Lunch (served at Hotel)
15:30 to 17:00HUMANGreenSIdEWaySBlue
17:00 to 17:30 (tentative)Coffee Break
17:30 to 19:00HUMANGreenSIdEWaySBlue

Wednesday 29th

Note: this day will take place in two venues, the Auditorium of the University Pompeu Fabra (UPF) Poblenou Campus (shared with ACM WebSci) in the morning, and the Red Room of the Four Points Hotel in the evening. Check our venue page for more information about how to get there.

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HourSession
09:30 to 11:00
(UPF)
WebSci session: Harmful Content Detection
11:00 to 11:30Coffee break
11:30 to 13:00
(UPF)
Technical session: Social web content, language and networks I (Chair: Federica Cena)
Caglar Demir, Julian Lienen and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo. Kronecker Decomposition for Knowledge Graph Embeddings
Sayar Ghosh Roy, Anshul Padhi, Risubh Jain, Manish Gupta and Vasudeva Varma. Towards Proactively Forecasting Sentence-Specific Information Popularity within Online News Documents
Fedor Vitiugin and Carlos Castillo. Cross-Lingual Query-Based Summarization of Crisis-Related Social Media: An Abstractive Approach Using Transformers
Mithun Das, Somnath Banerjee and Animesh Mukherjee. Data Bootstrapping Approaches to Improve Low Resource Abusive Language Detection for Indic Languages
13:00 to 14:30Lunch (served at UPF)
14:30 to 15:30
(UPF)
Keynote
m.c. schraefel – University of Southampton
15:30 to 15:45Break
15:45 to 16:30 (UPF)Keynote by the winners of the new WebSci test of time award
16:30 to 17:30
(UPF)
Handover from WebSci to Hypertext (closing and welcome), including the SIGWEB Town Hall Meeting
18:00 to 20:00
(Hotel: Red room)
Reception with posters and demos
Salim Sazzed. Revealing the Demographic Attributes of the Authors from the Abstracts of Scientific Articles
Aparup Khatua and Wolfgang Nejdl. Rites de Passage: Elucidating Displacement to Emplacement of Refugees on Twitter
Afra Mashhadi, Sana Suse and Susan Ammiri. Impact of Exogenous Biases of Instagram Posts on Park Visitation Estimation
Noemi Mauro, Angelo Geninatti Cossatin, Ester Cravero, Liliana Ardissono, Guido Magnano and Marco Giardino. Exploring Semantically Interlaced Cultural Heritage Narratives
Salim Sazzed. Identifying neutral review from unlabeled data: An exploratory study on user ratings and word-level polarity scores
Ashwin Singh, A. Arvindh, Pulak Malhotra, Pooja Desur, Ayushi Jain, Duen Horng Chau and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru. Erasing Labor with Labor: Dark Patterns and Lockstep Behaviors on Google Play
Gabriel Luís Santos Freire, Tales Panoutsos, Lucas Perez Santos, Fabricio Benevenuto and Flavio Figueiredo. Understanding Effects of Moderation and Migration on online Video Sharing Platforms

Manoel Júnior, Philipe Melo, Daniel Kansaon, Vitor Mafra, Kaio Sá and Fabricio Benevenuto. Telegram Monitor: Monitoring Brazilian Political Groups and Channels on Telegram
Marcelo Mascarenhas Ribeiro de Araújo, Samuel Guimarães, Marcio Silva, Josemar Caetano, Jonatas Santos, Julio C. S. Reis, Ana P. C. Silva, Fabrício Benevenuto and Jussara M. Almeida. EarlyAd: A System for Real-Time Surveillance of Brazilian Early Electoral Ads on Twitter

Thursday 30th — Four Points Hotel (Red room)

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HourSession
09:30 to 10:45Technical session: Digital humanities, culture and society I (Chair: Claus Atzenbeck)
Mark Bernstein and Stee McMorris. Links Of Darkness: Hypertext And Horror
Marcelo Sartori Locatelli, Josemar Caetano, Wagner Meira Jr. and Virgilio Almeida. Characterizing Vaccination Movements on YouTube in the United States and Brazil
Sam Brooker. Is There An Author In This Labyrinth? Hypertext Fiction and Farrell’s Textual Fallacy
10:45 to 11:15Coffee break
11:15 to 12:15Open discussion space
Interactive session for online and in-person attendees to engage in interesting topics for the community
12:15 to 13:00Blue Sky Ideas session I (Chair: Mark Bernstein)
Ronen Tamari, Daniel Friedman, William Fischer, Lauren Hebert and Dafna Shahaf. From Users to (Sense)Makers: On the Pivotal Role of Stigmergic Social Annotation in the Quest for Collective Sensemaking
Stefano Cresci, Amaury Trujillo and Tiziano Fagni. Personalized Interventions for Online Moderation
Dana Mckay, Stephann Makri and George Buchanan. More Comfortable With Chaos: Using Hypertext to Shatter Echo Chambers and Promote Creativity
Amaury Trujillo. Hyperownership: Beyond the Current State of Interaction with Digital Property
13:00 to 14:30Lunch (served at Hotel)
14:30 to 15:45Technical session: Digital humanities, culture and society II (Chair: George Buchanan)
Mark Anderson and David Millard. Hypertext’s meta-history: Documenting Hypertext’s citations, authors and keyword data from 33 conferences
Marcelo Tibau, Sean Wolfgand Matsui Siqueira and Bernardo Pereira Nunes. The Impact of Non-Verbalization in Think-Aloud: Understanding Knowledge Gain Indicators Considering Think-Aloud Web Searches
Xiaolei Huang, Alexandra Wormley and Adam Cohen. Learning to Adapt Domain Shifts of Moral Values via Instance Weighting
15:45 to 16:15Coffee break
16:15 to 17:30Technical session: Social web content, language and networks II (Chair: Daniel Roßner)
Kevin Dreßler, Mohamed Ahmed Sherif and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo. ADAGIO – Automated Data Augmentation of Knowledge Graphs Using Multi-expression Learning
Emanuelle Azevedo Martins, Isadora Salles, Fabricio Benevenuto, Olga Goussevskaia. Characterizing Sponsored Content in Facebook and Instagram
Jinxing Yu, Yunfeng Cai, Mingming Sun, Ping Li. SpaceE: Knowledge Graph Embedding by Relational Linear Transformation in the Entity Space
20:30 to 22:30Social dinner at La Fonda del Port Olimpic (Moll de Gregal, 7-10).
Meeting point: Hotel Lobby at 19:30

Friday 1st — Four Points Hotel (Red room)

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HourSession
09:30 to 10:45Technical session: Information exploration and visualization (Chair: Ethan Munson Ludovico Boratto)
Daniel Roßner, Claus Atzenbeck and Tom Gross. The effects of Spatial Visualization versus Ranked Lists on Quality, Time Efficiency, and Interaction
Hae-Na Lee, Yash Prakash, Mohan Sunkara, I.V. Ramakrishnan and Vikas Ashok. Enabling Convenient Online Collaborative Writing for Low Vision Screen Magnifier Users
Sara Salimzadeh, Ujwal Gadiraju, Claudia Hauff and Arie van Deursen. Exploring the Feasibility of Crowd-Powered Decomposition of Complex User Questions in Text-to-SQL Tasks
10:45 to 11:15Coffee break
11:15 to 12:15Keynote
Dene Grigar – Electronic Literature Lab and Washington State University Vancouver
12:15 to 13:00Blue Sky Ideas session II (Chair: Mark Anderson)
Frode Hegland. Robust metadata in multiple environments
Claus Atzenbeck, Mark Bernstein and Sarah Diefenbach. Emotional Closeness by Means of Intelligent Thoughts and Memory Spaces
Mark Bernstein. The Web At War: Hypertext, Social Media, and Totalitarianism
Ehsan Ul Haq, Gareth Tyson, Tristan Braud and Pan Hui. Weaponising Social Media for Information Divide and Warfare
13:00 to 14:30Lunch (served at Hotel)
14:30 to 15:30Technical session: Personalized Recommender Systems (Chair: Noemi Mauro)
Behnam Rahdari, Branislav Kveton and Peter Brusilovsky. The Magic of Carousels: Comparing the Navigation Power of Multilists and Single Lists in a Recommendation Context
Lijie Guo, Christopher Flathmann, Reza Anaraky, Nathan McNeese and Bart Knijnenburg. The Effect of Recommendation Source and Justification on Professional Development Recommendations for High School Teachers
15:30 to 15:45Closing