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Monday, October 26, 2009


Time
Room: Nutcracker 1
Room: Nutcracker 2
Room: Fantasia A
Room: Fantasia B
8:00-8:30 Morning News (Open Space)
Early Morning Sessions
Track: Formal DemosTrack: Open SpaceTrack: IndustryTrack: Tutorials
8:30-10:00P142. 3DWiki: The 3D Wiki Engine by Jacek Jankowski, Marek Jozwowicz, Yolanda Cobos, Bill McDaniel, Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland) (Ireland)
P143. ProveIt: A New Tool for Supporting Citation in MediaWiki by Kurt Luther, Matthew Flaschen, Andrea Forte, Christopher Jordan, Amy Bruckman (Georgia Institute of Technology) (USA)
P144. Suffr: Democratic Control of Computing Infrastructure by Kirk Zurell (Independent) (Canada)
Open Space
Open Posters
Open Demos
WikiFest organized by Stewart Mader, facilitated by Martin Cleaver and Marc Laporte Tutorial: Measuring Wikipedia by Luca De Alfaro (University of California, Santa Cruz) (USA) and Felipe Ortega (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) (Spain)
10:00-10:30
Morning Coffee Break
Late Morning Sessions
Track: Research - Programming and Analysis ToolsTrack: Open SpaceTrack: IndustryTrack: Tutorials
10:30-12:00P109. Lively Wiki - A Development Environment for Creating and Sharing Active Web Content by Robert Krahn (Hasso-Plattner-Institut), Dan Ingalls (Sun Microsystems), Robert Hirschfeld (Hasso-Plattner-Institut), Jens Lincke (Hasso-Plattner-Institut), and Krysztof Palacz (Sun Microsystems) (Germany & USA)
P110. AdessoWiki - On-line Collaborative Scientific Programming Platform by Roberto Lotufo, Rubens C. Machado, Andre Korbes, and Rafael G. Ramos (University of Campinas (UNICAMP)) (Brazil)
P111. Analyzing the Wikisphere by Jeff Stuckman and James Purtilo (University of Maryland, College Park) (USA) Best paper nominee.
Session Chair: Niki Kittur, Asssistant Professor, CMU
Open Space
Open Posters
Open Demos
Tutorial: Wiki Entrepreneurship? by Stewart Mader (Independent) (USA)Tutorial: Measuring Wikipedia by Luca De Alfaro (University of California, Santa Cruz) (USA) and Felipe Ortega (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) (Spain)
12:00-13:30
Lunch (not included)
Early Afternoon Sessions
Track: Research and Experience: Learning and Social ContextTrack: Open SpaceTrack: WorkshopsTrack: Doctoral Symposium
13:30-15:00P145. knowIT, a Semantic Informatics Knowledge Management System by Laurent Alquier, Keith McCormick, and Ed Jaeger (Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development, LLC, U.S.A

P103. Understanding Learning - the Wiki Way by Joachim Kimmerle, Johannes Moskaliuk, and Ulrike Cress (University of Tuebingen) (Germany) (talk cancelled)
Open Space
Open Posters
Open Demos
Workshop: Wikis for Software Engineering by Ademar AguiarDoctoral Symposium? led by Luca De Alfaro
15:00-15:30
Afternoon Coffee Break
Late Afternoon Sessions
Track: Research - Interface ToolsTrack: Open SpaceTrack: WorkshopsTrack: Doctoral Symposium
15:30-17:00P112. An Architecture to Support Intelligent User Interfaces for Wikis by Means of NLP by Johannes Hoffart, Torsten Zesch, and Iryna Gurevych (Technische Universitat Darmstadt) (Germany)
P113. Social Search and Need-driven Knowledge Sharing in Wikis with Woogle by Hans-Jorg Happel (FZI Research Center for Information Technologies) (Germany) Best paper nominee.
P114. Wikibugs: Using Template Messages in Open Content Collections by Loris Gaio (University of Trento), Matthijs den Besten (Ecole Polytechnique), Alessandro Rossi (University of Trento), and Jean-Michel Dalle (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie) (France, Italy)
Session Chair: Roberto A Lotufo, Professor, University of Campinas
Open Space
Open Posters
Open Demos
Workshop: Wikis for Software Engineering by Ademar AguiarDoctoral Symposium? led by Luca De Alfaro
17:00-17:30 Evening News (Open Space)
18:00-20:30Reception (jointly with OOPSLA)
20:30-open endFree time or WikiHouse