Demo Track / Call for Papers

The theme for the WI’19 is “Web Intelligence = AI in the Connected World”.

The 18th Web Intelligence conference (WI’19) aims to achieve a multi-disciplinary balance between research and technological disruptive advances in the fields of how intelligence is impacting the Web of People, the Web of Data, the Web of Things, the Web of Trust, and the Web of Health. WI’19 welcomes research, application as well as Industry/Demo track paper submissions in these core thematic pillars under wider topics, which demand WI innovative and disruptive solutions for any of the next indicative sub-topics.

The proceedings of WI’19 are published online and through ACM Digital Library.

The Demo Track allows researchers and practitioners to demonstrate new systems in a dedicated session. Demo submissions must be based on an implemented and tested system that pursues one or more innovative ideas in the interest areas of the conference.

Demo Chairs

  • Amelie Gyrard, Wright State University, Ohio, USA
  • George Pallis, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Important Dates

May 12th, 2019:    Full Papers; Demo papers;

June 30th, 2019:  Notification of Acceptance/Rejection

July 14th, 2019:     Final, Camera Ready Papers, Due

Demo Submission guidelines

Demo submissions must be formatted according to the ACM Proceedings Template and are limited to four pages. It is the authors’ responsibility to ensure that their submissions adhere strictly to the required format. In particular, the format cannot be modified with the objective of squeezing in more material. Submissions that do not comply with the formatting guidelines will be rejected without review. Submissions must be in PDF and must be done through the CyberChair system (demo track):

Each demo description should be maximum 4 pages long and contain an introduction, brief description, screenshots, innovation, and contribution.  The demonstration proposal must include citations of the most relevant papers about the proposed system, and any previous publications of that same system. Submissions should also indicate how the demo will be demonstrated, and which hardware requirements are asked from the organizers. To better identify the value of demos, as well as to reach out to external audiences, we strongly encourage authors to submit a pointer to a screencast, using web-accessible platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo. The maximum duration of screencasts is 10 minutes. We also highly encourage any external material related to the demo (e.g., shared code on Github, websites providing demos, web services). One of the demonstrations will be selected to receive the Best Demo Award.