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Call for Participation: IEEE Computer Society SPECIAL TECHNICAL COMMUNITY ON SOCIAL NETWORKING

  1. 1. Call for Participation: IEEE Computer Society Special Technical Community on Social Networking Call for Participation: IEEE Computer Society SPECIAL TECHNICAL COMMUNITY ON SOCIAL NETWORKINGSpecial Technical IEEE Computer Society Special Technical Communities (STCs) aims toCommunity Chairs provide focused knowledge on a given subject in order to fosterChristian Timmerer (Chair) technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. STCsKlagenfurt University, Austria offer a new engagement model for IEEE Computer Society (CS) membersGeorge K. Thiruvathukal (Co-Chair) and much broader computer practitioner world to collaborate for theirLoyola University Chicago, USA individual and mutual benefit, specifically to advance technical topics to the benefit of the profession.Editorial BoardSagee Ben-Zedeff The main objectives of STCs are:Serendip Media, Israel § Extend CS beyond traditional membership and activities.Ian Burnett § Give new outlets for the membership to create and distribute more IP.RMIT, Australia § Enrich professional activities (e.g. newsletters, sharing of best practices)Pablo CesarCWI, The Netherlands § Strengthen governance through new dynamic organizational structureAlejandro JaimesYahoo Research, Spain STC Benefits to the Community:Ramesh Jain § More flexible, dynamic, technologically current collaboration under CS (e.g., easierUniversity of California, Irvine, USA conference management, IP access, agile technical communities)Ralf Klamma § Vertically integrated CS, i.e., communities, products and services.RWTH Aachen University, Germany § Offer easy, lightweight startup, services-rich CS offering, vertical in nature (topic-specificKeith MitchellUniversity of Lancaster, UK publications, standards, classes, webinars, books, etc.)Jérôme Picault § Custom-designed IP bundles, discount/free: magazines, conferences, standards,Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, France essentialsets/readynotes, professional certification, webinars, etc.Why to participate? STC on Social Networking (SN)THE entry point for researchers in SN “A social network service is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on buildingCommunication with like-minded and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people, e.g., who sharepeople through existing SN tools interests and/or activities.” --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_network_serviceHow to participate? The aim of this STC is to provide the entry point for researchers and practitioners in SocialCome and join us via: Networking, fostering communication and interaction between people in the community.http://computer.org/stcsnhttp://facebook.com/stcsn The STC on Social Networking intends to be Agora for researchers with similar interests to meethttp://twitter.com/stcsn and gather. We are interested in (but not limited to) the following topics:http://linkd.in/stc-sn § Social network services, applications, and toolsSTC on Social Networking § Social computing and social search § Social multimedia and social communicationshttp://computer.org/stcsn § Mobile social networking § Social network analysis and visualization § Standardization trends and federated social Web initiatives § Business models § Societal issues (e.g., privacy and data protection) STC Contact Christian Timmerer, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria; E-mail: christian.timmerer@itec.uni-klu.ac.at; Web: http://research.timmerer.com IEEE CS STC Project manager: Dejan Milojicic, E-mail: dejan.milojicic@hp.com STC on Social Networking, http://computer.org/stcsn

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