CFP for Special Tracks
Workshops and Web4All

Published: September 29, 2021

New Call for Papers for TheWebConf Special Tracks

Following the CFP for research tracks, new Calls for Special Tracks are now open:

The deadline for submitting an abstract is Thursday 11 November and the full paper is Thursday 18 November at:

Call for Workshop Proposals at TheWebConf

The Web Conference 2022 will feature a traditionally large number of co-located workshops that are intended to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in Web technologies, to discuss and exchange positions on current and emergent Web topics. Workshop attendants will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, learn cutting-edge science and technological advancements for the Web, establish common ground in research areas or applied problems, and identify new opportunities for collaboration and new directions for future work.

Submit your workshop proposal by Thursday 11 November 2021 at and choose the Workshops track. Notifications for accepted workshops will be sent out on 30 November, 2021.

Workshop Chairs:

  •  Nathalie Hernandez, University of Toulouse (France)
  •  Preslav Nakov, QCRI (Qatar)

The Web Conference 2022 is looking for reviewers

Become part of the program committee and take the opportunity to review cutting edge research related to The Web Conference!

Web4All Call for Papers is now open

The 19th International Web for All Conference (Web4All), co-located with TheWebConf 2022, is the premier venue for web accessibility research. Web4All invites technical and communication papers on all topics related to web accessibility, as well as broader aspects of digital accessibility and universal access. Accessibility Challenge demos and Doctoral Consortium applications are also welcome.

Web4All General Chairs:

  •  Dragan Ahmetovic, University of Milan, (Italy)
  •  Victoria Yaneva, NBME, (USA) & University of Wolverhampton, (UK)

Proceedings of TheWebConf 2021 published

Thank you to the Ljubljana organization team and all contributors and authors for their work! The proceedings are available on the ACM Digital Library and in full open access from the following links:
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