CrowdServ: International Workshop on Crowdsourcing and Service Management @ ICSOC 2014
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This year I am organizing the First International Workshop on Crowdsourcing and Service Management, together with Alessandro Bozzon (TU Delft) and Khalid Belhajjame (Paris Dauphine Univ.).
The objective of the first edition of CrowdServ which will be co-located withthe International Conference on Service Oriented Computing (ICSOC
) at Paris Dauphine University
is to bring researchers and practitioners from the service oriented computing arena to discuss two fundamental issues:
- how crowdsourcing can be leveraged to support the efficient and effective management and integration of services.
- how crowd and automatic services can be integrated and intertwined to obtain optimal results.
Topics span from modeling, to empirical studies, to early findings and visions.
This is the first attempt in the research community to cover these topics, so I expect the workshop to be an exciting opportunity of discussion and exchange.
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