IEEE/ACM ASONAM 2014 Call for Demos
Beijing China August 17-20, 2014
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The IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining (ASONAM) provides a premier interdisciplinary forum to bring together researchers and practitioners from all social networking analysis and mining related fields for presentation of original research results, as well as exchange and dissemination of innovative, practical development experiences. Researchers, practitioners and developers are invited to submit demo proposals to ASONAM 2014. The topics include, but not restricted to, the following:

• Agent based social simulation and computational models
• Anomaly detection in social network evolution
• Application of social network analysis and mining
• Community discovery and analysis in large scale online/offline social networks
• Connection between biological similarities and social network formulation
• Contextual social network analysis and mining
• Crime network analysis
• Crowd sourcing
• Cyber anthropology
• Dark Web
• Data models for social networks and social media
• Data protection inside communities
• Economical impact of social network discovery
• Evolution of communities/patterns on the Web and in large organizations
• Impact of social networks on recommendations systems
• Incorporating social information in query processing and query optimization
• Information acquisition and establishment of social relations
• Influence of cultural aspects on the formation of communities
• Large-scale graph algorithms for social network analysis
• Misbehavior detection in communities
• Migration between communities
• Multi-actor/multiple-relationship networks
• Multi-agent based social network modeling and analysis
• Open source intelligence
• Pattern presentation for end-users and experts
• Personalization for search and for social interaction
• Political impact of social network discovery
• Privacy, security and civil liberty issues
• Recommendations for product purchase, information acquisition and establishment of social relations
• Scalability of social networking/search algorithms
• Social and cultural anthropology
• Social geography
• Social psychology of information diffusion
• Spatial/knowledge networks
• Statistical modeling of large networks
• Trust networks and evolution of trust
• Visual representation of dynamic social networks

Each accepted demo is required to have a poster and demonstrate during the demo sessions. ASONAM 2014 will provide space and standard equipment (PC and Internet connection) at the conference venue.

Demo Paper Submission

The submission site is

All demonstration submissions must be no more than 4 pages (including all figures) in using the IEEE CPS two-column template and should provide a short and clear description about the system to be demonstrated, covering a summary of its novel characteristics, the list of its functions and features. Any submission that does not follow the guidelines will be rejected without review.

The selection criteria used for demonstration proposals include novelty, technical quality, and presentation quality of the demonstrated system.

Important Dates

Demo Paper Submission:               April 11, 2014
Acceptance Notification:                June 9, 2014
Camera-ready papers Copy:          June 24, 2014


All accepted demos will be included in the formal conference proceedings.


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  • ACM
  • Springer


  • Honorary Chair
  • Binxing FangBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Conference Chairs
  • Yan JiaNational University of Defence Technology, China
  • Jon RokneUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Program Committee Chairs
  • Xindong WuUniversity of Vermont, USA, and Hefei University of Technology, China
  • Martin EsterSimon Fraser University, Canada
  • Guandong XuUniversity of Technology Sydney, Australia
  • Steering Committee Chair
  • Reda AlhajjUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Local Arrangements Chairs
  • Yuxiao LiBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Lei LiHefei University of Technology, China
  • Tiejian LuoUniversity of Chinese Academy of Science, China
  • Bin ZhouNational University of Defence Technology, China
  • Industry-Track Chairs
  • Xueqi ChengInstitute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
  • Daniel ZengInstitute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Arizona
  • Jie CaoNanjing University of Finance and Economics, China
  • Workshops Chairs
  • Wolfgan NejdlLeibniz Universit?t Hannover, Germany
  • Jie TangTsinghua University, China
  • Bettina BerendtUniversity of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium
  • Tutorial Chairs
  • V. S. SubrahmanianUniversity of Maryland, USA
  • Meng WangHefei University of Technology, China
  • Carson LeungUniversity of Manitoba, Canada
  • Panels Chairs
  • Alvin ChinNokia Research, China
  • Jing XuPeking University, China
  • Hiroyuki KitagawaTsukuba University, Japan
  • Demos Chairs
  • Tansel OzyerTOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey
  • Wei WangUniversity of New South Wales, Australia
  • Publicity Chairs
  • Peng CuiTsinghua University, China
  • Nitin AgarwalUniversity of Arkansas, USA
  • Panagiotis KarampelasHellenic American University, Greece
  • Wookey LeeInha University, Korea
  • Publication Chairs
  • Xiaohui (Daniel) TaoUniversity of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Min-Yuh DayTamkang University, Taiwan
  • Registration Chair
  • Qingshun MengBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Finiance Chairs
  • Reda AlhajjUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Lu XuBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Web Chair
  • Zhiang WuNanjing University of Finance and Economics, China