14th International Workshop On Semantic And

Social Media Adaptation And Personalization


Collocated with UMAP 2019

After popular request the submission deadline has been extended to the 15th of March, 2019

About SMAP

The 14th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP 2019) will take place in Larnaca (Cyprus), on 9th and 10th June 2019. SMAP 2019 will be organized with the support of the Cyprus University of Technology.

The Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP) workshop is the evolution of the Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization initiative, which was founded during the summer of 2006 in an effort to discuss the state of the art, recent advances and future perspectives for semantic media adaptation and personalization. However, as Social Media applications have substantially transformed the way organizations, communities, and individuals interact, we have the scopes of SMAP extended towards this new trend, seeking to bring together researchers from the social web as well as from the semantic web communities.

After thirteen successful workshops starting from Athens (2006), and then London (2007), Prague (2008), San Sebastian (2009), Limassol (2010), Vigo (2011), Luxembourg (2012), Bayonne (2013), Corfu (2014), Trento (2015), Thessaloniki (2016), Bratislava (2017) and Zaragoza (2018) the SMAP workshop series has been consolidated as a reference event in order to discuss about the newest advances in the field.

Important Dates

  • Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2019
  • Camera-ready submission deadline: April 14, 2019
  • Registration for authors: April 14, 2019

Latest News

  • 28/02/2019: Submission deadline extended to March 15
  • 08/02/2019: Important Dates updated
  • 08/02/2019: Submissions are open
  • 21/08/2018: The website is now online

Venue, Town, Country

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Fragkiskos Papadopoulos

A decade of network geometry: from single-layer systems to multiplexes and temporal networks