- Instructions for presenters of the main conference (full, short papers, extended abstracts, doctoral consortium papers, late breaking results and posters) have been published.
- We have received additional NSF funding for US students to attend UMAP'2016. Therefore we extended the application deadline until June 17. US students presenters at workshops, posters, LBR, papers and certainly DC are strongly encouraged to apply. Inquiries regarding NSF funding eligibility should be addressed to Sidney D'Mello (see contacts above).
- TheFull Program of the Main Conference has been published. The programs of the individual workshops will be available through the individual workshop websites.
- The list of accepted Late-breaking Results, Posters and Demos have been published. The Workshop organizers have been notifying authors today about acceptance of their papers. The programs of the workshops will be published on the workshop websites.
- Instructions for students who want to volunteer and ask for financial support have been published.
- A schedule of UMAP has been published. Changes are still likely, especially with respect to the workshops.
- Two half-day Tutorials will be presented at UMAP: T1: Semantics-Aware Techniques for Social Media Analysis, User Modeling, and Recommender Systems by Pasquale Lops and Cataldo Musto and T2: Games, Gamification and Personalization by Amon Rapp.
- The Deadline for Workshop paper submissions has been extended to May 16.
- More information about student funding has been added (under "Registration").
- Doctoral Consortium Authors have been notified. The list of accepted DC presentations is posted already online (under "Programme").
- Instructions for formatting camera-ready papers for the ACM proceedings have been sent out to authors. Specific instructions will be sent to authors directly by ACM Sheridan Printing. Authors need to register by May 1!
- Registration is now open (April 19). Also information about accommodations and how to book them is available under menu item "Venue" above.
- The list of accepted full papers, short papers and extended abstracts is posted under "Programme".
- We have 3 confirmed keynote speakers: Lada Adamic (Facebook), Sandra Carberry (University of Delaware), and Hossein Derakhshan - shared keynote speaker with Hypertext 2016 on Wednesday, July 13.
- Nine workshops will be held with UMAP 2016. Check them out! The deadline for workshop papers is May 7.
UMAP is the premier international conference for researchers and practitioners working on systems that adapt to individual users, to groups of users, and that collect, represent, and model user information. UMAP is the successor to the biennial User Modeling (UM) and Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-based Systems (AH) conferences that were merged in 2009. It is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI and SIGWEB, and organized under the auspices of User Modeling Inc. The poroceedings are published by ACM and will be part of the ACM Digital Library.
UMAP 2016 covers a wide variety of research areas where adaptation may be applied. This include (but is in no way limited to) a number of domains in which researchers are engendering significant innovations based on advances in user modeling and adaptation: recommender systems; adaptive educational systems; intelligent user interfaces; eCommerce; advertising; digital humanities; social networks; personalized health; entertainment, and many more.
UMAP 2016 will take place at the campus of Dalhousie University in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia and the major cultural centre of Canada’s Atlantic provinces.
(Last update: 18 June 2016)