W3C Workshop on the Future of Social Networking
Position Papers 15-16 January 2009, Barcelona

See also Libby Miller's summaries of the papers, and Fabien Gandon's wordle of the titles.

The mobile smoking room
Vibeke Wara
Climbing towards trust and privacy management in social mobile communities
Alberto Crespo, Rubén Méndez (ATOS ORIGIN) and Katja Liesebach (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
The Future of Social Networking
Michael Chisari
Appleseed Project
The Future of The Appleseed Platform
Michael Chisari
Appleseed Project
Social TV: A new wave of Social Networking for Television
Soohong Daniel Park
Samsung Electronics
Security issues in the future of social networking
Giles Hogben
Information analysis in mobile social networks for added-value services
Christos Zigkolis, Informatics and Telematics Institute (Greece)
Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Informatics and Telematics Institute (Greece)
Athena Vakali, Department of Informatics, Aristotle University (Greece)
Position Paper from Telefonica
David Sainz González
Maria Cristina
Fernández Grande
Jordi Rovira Simón
Position Paper from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (DIT)
Joaquín Salvachúa
Antonio Tapiador
Antonio Fumero
Javier Cerviño
Juan Quemada
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (DIT)
The social network behind telecom networks
Luis Ángel Galindo (Telefónica Spain)
David Moro (Telefónica R&D)
David Lozano (Telefónica R&D)
Open architecture for multilingual social networking
M.T. Carrasco Benitez
Online Presence in Social Networks
Milan Stankovic (Université Paris-Sud XI, Orsay, France)
Jelena Jovanovic (University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
Africa: A mobile frontier
Gloria Ruhrmund
Position Paper from German National Library
Panagiotis Kitmeridis
Anne Löhden
Dr. Lars Svensson
German National Library
Position Paper from University of Reading
Shirley Williams
Pat Parslow
Karsten Oster Lundqvist
University of Reading
XDI Trust Information - A Trustability Protocol for Validating Distributed Information
Elizabeth Cano
Gregoire Burel
University of Sheffield, UK
Leveraging Web 2.0 Communities in Professional Organisations
A. Scherp (University of Koblenz)
F. Schwagereit (University of Koblenz)
N. Ireson (University of Sheffield)
V. Lanfranchi (University of Sheffield)
S. Papadopoulos (Informatics and Telematics Institute, Greece)
A. Kritikos (Informatics and Telematics Institute, Greece)
Y. Kompatsiaris (Informatics and Telematics Institute, Greece)
P. Smrz (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
Tangibility in social networks - Easing interactions with social networks in mobility using proximity sensor technologies
Antoine Fressancourt
Colombe Hérault
Eric Ptak
Atos Worldline R&D
Leveraging Social data with Semantics
Guillaume Erétéo (Orange Labs)
Michel Buffa (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Kewi Team, CNRS/I3S)
Fabien Gandon (INRIA)
Mylène Leitzelman (Telecom ParisTech)
Freddy Limpens (INRIA)
Instant Feeds for Social Networks
Gustavo García
Telefonica I+D
Privacy and Social Network Sites: Follow the Money!
Martin Pekárek
Ronald Leenes
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT)
Position Paper from Vodafone
Julian Pye, Wolfgang Schuster
Position Paper from Peperoni
Marcus Ladwig
Legal Problems of the social networks
Pablo Álvarez de Linera Granda
Nelly Sánchez Mouriz
Sofía Cuervas-Mons Ruiloba
Tapping the Mobile Digital Tapestry: Can mobile 2.0 companies make money without being greedy for personal data
Daniele Quercia
University College London
Identity Management in Social Networks
Miguel-Angel Monjas
David Suárez
Ericsson España
The Social Web: Small Businesses / Big Solutions
Timothée P. Anglade
Ori Pekelman
Louis Montagne
Trends in mobile social networking for mainstream consumers and supporting technologies required
Lisa McKnight (Nokia)
Lubna Dajani (Stratemerge)
Privacy-Preserving Friendship Relations for Mobile Social Networking
Sören Preibusch
Alastair R. Beresford
University of Cambridge, UK
HelloWorld: An Open Source, Distributed and Secure Social Network
Markus Ackermann
Krister Hymon
Benjamin Ludwig
Kai Wilhelm
University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, Germany
Accessible social networking in practice, the GDF-SUEZ experience in France
Pierre GUILLOU (AccessiWeb)
The Interoperability of Lightweight Semantics for Social Networks
Matthew Rowe
University of Sheffield, UK
Social networking across devices: opportunity and risk for the disabled and older community
Henny Swan
The Future of Social Networking: Let everyone in, and remember they're all on the move
Miquel Martin
NEC Network Laboratories, Heidelberg
Sentient Computing meets Social Networking
Simon Hay
Joseph Newman
Andrew Rice
University of Cambridge
Decentralization: The Future of Online Social Networking
Ching-man Au Yeung (University of Southampton)
Ilaria Liccardi (University of Southampton)
Kanghao Lu (CSAIL, MIT)
Oshani Seneviratne (CSAIL, MIT)
Tim Berners-Lee (CSAIL, MIT)
Using Standards to Normalize Domain Specific Metadata
Andrew Mello
Lisa Rein
Evan Prodromou
Founder of Wikitravel and Identi.ca
Capturing, Using, and Storing Users' Locations
Dan Melinger
Industry Challenges for Social and Professional Networks
Renato Iannella
National ICT Australia (NICTA)
Social Networks - Challenges of Ubiquitous Web Access
Vadym Kramar
Markku Korhonen
Jori Karppinen
Pehr Brahe Software Laboratory (PBOL)
World Peace Using Social Networks
Will Holcomb
FOAF & SSL: creating a global decentralised authentication protocol
Henry Story
Managing Social Communications Identities
Óscar M. Solá
Telefónica I+D
Current issues with Social Network Representations
Peter Mika
Yahoo! Research
Social Networking Segmentation: Celebrating Community Diversity in a Framework
Christine Perey
PEREY Research & Consulting
It's all around the domain ontologies - Ten benefits of a Subject-centric Information Architecture for the future of Social Networking
Lutz Maicher
Benjamin Bock
Topic Maps Lab at University of Leipzig, Germany
Social Networking: Power to the People
Stefano Bortoli
Paolo Bouquet
Themis Palpanas
University of Trento, Italy
A Telecom Italia view on the future of Social networking
Claudio Venezia
Telecom Italia
Beyond Eyeballs: Improving Social Networking Metrics
Christine Perey
PEREY Research & Consulting
NewBay Position Paper on Mobile Social Networking
Stephen Farrell
Bill de hOra
Social Networks as a Future Geographical Data Source
Ian Holt
Jennifer Green
Ordnance Survey of Great Britain
Open Platform for Multichannel Media Distribution Management
Roberto García
Juan Manuel Gimeno
Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Mobile Social Networking: Two Great Tastes
John Kemp
Franklin Reynolds
Social Networks in Life Sciences: Defining and Enabling Appropriate Roles to Create an Atmosphere of Trust and Security
Hans Constandt
Adrian Seccombe
Robert Sweet
Yijing Zhou
Susie Stephens
Eli Lilly
Towards an OpenID-based solution to the Social Network Interoperability problem
Michele Mostarda
Davide Palmisano
Federico Zani
Simone Tripodi
Collaborative Filtering and Social Capital
Peter Ferne
Jiva Technology
Applying an XML Warehouse to Social Network Analysis
Benjamin Nguyen (University of Versailles)
Antoine Vion (University of Aix-Marseille II)
François-Xavier Dudouet (Université Paris-Dauphine)
Loïc Saint-Ghislain (Ecole des Mines de Nancy)
Mobile Eco-System: The Need for a Mobile Markup Language
Nicolas Belloni
Mattias Rost
Future Applications Lab/Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm, Sweden
Ten Theses on the Future of Social Networking
Harry Halpin
University of Edinburgh
The Relationship Layer and the Secretary
Dewey Gaedcke
Mobile Video Improvements to Enhance Mobile Social Networks
Tim Hyland
Dwipal Desai
Social Media in eGovernment
John Sheridan (The [UK] National Archives)
Kevin Novak (The American Institute of Architects)
José M. Alonso (W3C/CTIC)
SIOC: Content Exchange and Semantic Interoperability Between Social Networks
John G. Breslin (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Uldis Bojārs (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Alexandre Passant (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Sergio Fernández (Fundación CTIC)
Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Integrating Social Networks and Sensor Networks
John G. Breslin
Stefan Decker
Manfred Hauswirth
Gearoid Hynes
Danh Le Phuoc
Uldis Bojārs
Alexandre Passant
Axel Polleres
Cornelius Rabsch
Vinny Reynolds
National University of Ireland, Galway
Enabling Trust and Privacy on the Social Web
Alexandre Passant (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Philipp Kärger (L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany)
Michael Hausenblas (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Daniel Olmedilla (Telefonica R&D, Madrid)
Axel Polleres (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland, Galway)
The Tangled Web We Weave
Greg Howard
Rajesh Kuppuswamy
Kaushik Sethuraman
Microsoft Corporation
Business Context Impacts on Social Networking
Mary Ellen Zurko
Werner Geyer
A Vision of an open Platform - The Enablers Perspective
Bastian Pfister
Roman Hänsler
Rethinking digital object, Rethinking information relevance
Yuk Hui
Centre for Cultural Studies/ Department of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London
DMM: Digital Me Management
Karl Dubost
Olivier Théreaux
Different groups with share agendas
Elias Bizannes

Papers submitted after the deadline and not reviewed by the Program Committee

Semantic enhancements for social networks
Rigo Wenning
Ivan Herman
Web 2.0 and the Visually Impaired Learners
Nantanoot Suwannawut
Ubiquitous, social networks in the street
Marc Pous
Luigi Ceccaroni
Manel Palau
Victor Codina
TMT Factory