6th International Workshop on Online Dispute Resolution (ODR Workshop 2010):
Web 2.0, semantic web and the mobile web
Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) continues to be a fertile domain breeding new approaches on how to manage disputes online. Recent developments regarding the Web 2.0, the Semantic Web, and the mobile Web open up an emerging paradigm based on consumer-oriented services, collaboration, open standards and interoperability. Yet, ODR initiatives need to balance these trends with critical requirements such as reputation, trust, confidentiality, privacy and enforceability.
As in the previous five editions of the Workshop, the 6th International ODR Workshop aims at offering a forum for the exchange of ideas and projects between people with different backgrounds, such as providers of ODR-services, researchers in the fields of ADR/ODR, law, argumentation, negotiation and AI & Law as well as practitioners, justice experts and others.
- Argumentation and ODR
- Decision support for ODR
- Theories of dispute resolution and ODR
- Modeling and designing of ODR systems
- Tools and techniques for assisted negotiation, automated negotiation, online mediation, and online arbitration
- Empirical research on ODR use cases and projects
- ODR in e-commerce
- ODR in e-government
- ODR and e-justice
- ODR in peace-building processes
- ODR in online communities
- Mobile ODR
- Reputation issues in ODR
- Psychological and cognitive factors in ODR
- ODR protocols and standards
- Legal issues in ODR
The venue of the Workshop will be the University of Liverpool (UK). Since this is an ODR Workshop, online, real-time presentations from speakers overseas will be supported (through the Skype software) provided that the presentations can fit in with the schedule of the Workshop.
|Institute of Law and Technology|
15 December 2010
- Authors are invited to submit both papers up to a maximum of 5000 words, and position papers of approximately 500 words
- Camera-ready papers should be in Springer Word format (based on lecture notes computer science series), and with a length of 10 to 15 pages. A Word template may be found here.
- Send your proposals by mail
- November 10th: paper submission by e-mail (idt at uab.es)
- November 20th: notification of acceptance
- November 30th: final papers due
marta.poblet at uab.es
Brooke.Abrahams at vu.edu.au
John.Zeleznikow at vu.edu.au