The Adaptive Hypermedia conferences are the major forums for the scientific
exchange and presentation of research on adaptive hypermedia and
adaptive Web-based systems. This year's fifth edition of the conference will be organized by the L3S Research Center in the city of Hannover, Germany.The 2008 conference is momentous, as it represents the marriage of
the Adaptive Hypermedia and User Modeling communities, both of which
are major sponsors.
We invite submissions in the fields of Adaptive Hypermedia systems and techniques, Web personalization, adaptive information filtering and retrieval, intelligent tutoring systems, semantic Web, applications of adaptive hypermedia and empirical studies of AH and Web systems.
Workshop and Tutorial Proposals
14 January 2008 (closed)
Full Papers (extended deadline)
7 February 2008 (closed)
Short Papers and Posters (extended)
14 February 2008 (closed)
Doctoral Consortium Papers
21 February 2008 (closed)
28 March 2008 (closed)
21 April 2008 (closed)
Early Bird Registration
30 June 2008 (closed)
Workshops and Main Conference
29 July - 1 August 2008 (over)
News and Announcements
Local Transport and Google Maps
To save you the burden of having to find it out yourself, we have added detailed information on local transport and a Google Map with the most important landmarks.
The tentative schedule of the Adaptive Hypermedia 2008 conference is now online (minor revisions may occur, due to weather and all kinds of other unpredictable things). We are proud to announce our keynote speakers: Jan Borchers, Peter Brusilovsky and John Riedl.