2020: The 16th Conference on Web and Internet Economics

December 7-11, 2020, Peking University, Beijing

 

Call for Posters

WINE 2020: The 16th Conference on Web and Internet Economics 

December 7-11, 2020

Beijing, China


WINE 2020 will feature a poster session. Poster presenters will have the opportunity to present work that is accepted or has recently appeared at other venues. The poster session is envisioned to be a great way to attract attention to recent work and start a discussion.

Presenters of accepted submissions will be able to register at early registration rates to present their work.


Registration

The registration for accepted posters is open now. If your poster was accepted, please click here to register now. In the field marked "Poster Special Code", please use the discount code you received.


Submission Information

Note: submissions closed

Please complete the form at the https://forms.gle/cfAmkex3G22bNo8M6 before November 12th 11:59 PM AOE (you will need a Google ID to register). 

You will need to provide the following information:

    1. Title and abstract (at most 2000 characters) for the poster

    2. Name and email address of the presenter, and names of coauthors

    3. A PDF presentation consisting of at most 4 slides

    4. Link to a 1-minute video presenting the poster, uploaded on YouTube

    5. Either a link to the full paper, or the full paper itself

    6. Details if the paper has appeared at a conference or in a journal

For accepted posters, the presenter must also register for WINE 2020 (if not already registered), and agree to be present during the poster session. Presenters of accepted submissions will be able to register at early registration rates. The date and time for the poster session will be decided later.


Important Dates

Please fill up the above form before November 12th 11:59 PM AOE. Acceptance notifications will be sent by November 22nd.


Presentations

The posters as well as the one-minute presentations will be made available online. In addition, there will be a live poster session where participants will be able to interact with the presenters to discuss their work. The date and time for the live poster session will be decided later.

Posters are non-archival, and will not appear as part of WINE 2020 proceedings.