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Call for Papers Open - 2015 Web for All (W4A) Conference

The 12th Annual Web 4 All (W4A’15) Conference, an event highlighting innovations in wearable and accessible technologies, will take place May 18-20, 2015 in Florence Italy. The W4A’15 theme is “The Wearable Web,” promoting the best of web, mobile, and wearable innovations designed for people with and without disabilities. Some highlights for the event include:

  • IBM will provide travel grants to both grad and undergrad students with disabilities
  • Google will sponsor 6 PhD students to participate in the Doctoral Student Consortium
  • Intuit will award $2,000 and $1,000 to the best technical and communication papers
  • The Paciello Group (TPG) will give awards to the winners of the Accessibility Challenge

Technology and paper submissions are currently being accepted and should discuss the technical solutions and scientific insights into technologies addressing diverse user needs (i.e. access and functional needs, culture, education, emotions, etc.). W4A’15 will be accepting submission until January 23, 2015, and notify award recipients by March 4, 2015

The event is also co-located with the 2015 24th International World Wide Web Conference Web for All and the International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services in Florence, Italy.

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