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ITA 09 - Submission deadline: Friday 6th February

From: Vic Grout <v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2009 14:01:24 -0000
Message-ID: <11CB209C99DCFE429D1555993C78D76918C042@xch1.wrexham.local>
ITA 09.  Third International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications

 

8th-11th September 2009.  Glyndwr University, Wrexham, North Wales

 

Submission deadline: Friday 6th February 2009

 

http://www.ita09.org <http://www.ita09.org> 

 

The third in a series of biennial international conferences on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA 09), will be held in Wrexham, North East Wales, UK from Tuesday 8th to Friday 11th September 2009.  The conference will draw together researchers and developers from academia and industry across all fields of Internet computing and engineering. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.  Selected papers will be published in a book following the conference.

 

In addition to a full technical programme, including keynote presentations, papers, posters, tutorials and special sessions, the social itinerary will include a visit to the historic English city of Chester and a mediaeval Welsh banquet at Ruthin Castle.  Information for authors and delegates can be found at http://www.ita09.org <http://www.ita09.org/> . For further details, contact the conference chair (v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk), programme chair (r.picking@glyndwr.ac.uk) or conference secretary (d.oram@glyndwr.ac.uk).  ITA 09 is also sponsored by the Chester and North Wales branch of the British Computer Society (BCS) and supported by the Wales North branch of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), British Telecom iNet (BT iNet) and IT Wales.

Keynote speakers already confirmed include Professor Stephen Brewster, Multimodal Interaction Group, Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, UK ('Head up' interaction: can we break our addiction to the screen and keyboard?) and Professor Udo Bleimann, Managing Director igdv – Center for Advanced Learning:Media and Simulation, Director aida - Institute of Applied Informatics, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences ("The Future of Learning and Teaching")

The scope of the ITA conference series is wide and covers all aspects of Internet activity ranging from technical hardware and software solutions to applications and the wider issues arising from them.  Papers, up a maximum of 6,000 words, are invited on any of the topics below or related fields. Papers will be submitted via the EDAS conference management system (www.edas.info <http://www.edas.info/>  - details on the conference website). Final, camera-ready papers must conform to the author guidelines at http://www.ita09.org/authorGuidelines.html and must not exceed ten pages in length.

 

Submission deadline: Friday 6th February 2009

 

Topics of Interest

 

    * Accessibility and usability

    * Agents

    * AI/Expert systems

    * Collaborative decisions

    * Congestion control

    * Data-mining

    * Distributed systems

    * e-Business/e-Commerce

    * e-Learning/e-Society

    * Ethical, social and legal issues

    * Filtering

    * HCI

    * Integration

    * Internet applications

    * Internet languages

    * Internet technologies

    * Multimedia

    * Music and audio

    * Network algorithms

    * Network architectures

    * Network management

    * Network optimisation

    * Network performance

    * Protocols and standards

    * Routing

    * Routing aggregation

    * Routing performance

    * Scheduling

    * Security

    * Semantics

    * Services

    * Storage

    * Systems failure

    * Traffic

    * Ubiquitous computing

    * Visualisation

    * Web hardware

    * Web software

    * Wireless networks

    * XML

 

These topics, however, are only intended as an illustrative guide. Please contact the conference chair (v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk), programme chair (r.picking@glyndwr.ac.uk) or conference secretary (d.oram@glyndwr.ac.uk) for additional guidance.

 

Suggestions from senior researchers for organising special sessions, workshops or tutorials are also welcome.

 

ITA 05 and ITA 07 were extremely successful events. ITA 09 aims to be bigger and better in every way. Come and join us in Wrexham in September 2009!  We look forward to welcoming you to Wales!

Professor Vic Grout
ITA 09 Conference Chair
Director of the Centre for Applied Internet Research (CAIR)

School of Computing and Communications Technology
Faculty of Business, Science and Technology
Glyndŵr University
Plas Coch Campus, Mold Road, Wrexham, North Wales, LL11 2AW, UK

Tel/Fax: +44(0)1978 293203
v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk <mailto:v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk> 
www.glyndwr.ac.uk/groutv <http://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/groutv> 
www.cair-uk.org <http://www.cair-uk.org> 

  <http://www.ita09.org/>   <http://www.cair-uk.org/>   <http://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/> 

 




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