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ITA 11 Paper submission deadline EXTENDED

From: Vic Grout <v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2011 14:38:51 -0000
Message-ID: <11CB209C99DCFE429D1555993C78D769B0A00A@xch1.wrexham.local>
In response to requests from several authors, paper submission for ITA
11 has been extended until Friday 25th February. Please note however
that this deadline cannot be extended again.

 

Fourth International Conference on Internet Technologies and
Applications (ITA 11)

 

Extended deadline for paper submission: 25th February 2011

 

www.ita11.org 

 

Conference: Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th September 2011, Glyndwr University,
Wrexham, North Wales, UK

 

Call for Papers

 

The fourth in a hugely successful series of biennial international
conferences on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA 11), will be
held in Wrexham, North East Wales, UK from Tuesday 6th to Friday 9th
September 2011. 

 

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. There will be an award for 'best paper' and selected papers
will be included in a book published by Brown Walker Press.

 

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.

 

ITA 11 is also supported by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers (IEEE) UK and Republic of Ireland Section, the Chester and
North Wales Branch of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Wales
North Branch of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET),
British Telecom iNet (BT iNet) and IT Wales.

 


Conference Location


 

The conference will be hosted by the Centre for Applied Internet
Research (CAIR) (www.cair-uk.org) at Glyndwr University, Wrexham, a
member of the University of Wales.

 

Wrexham is a beautiful Welsh town conveniently situated between the
metropolitan centres of Manchester and Liverpool in England and the
tranquility of the North Wales countryside and mountains of Snowdonia.

 

Nearby are the historic city of Chester and the international festival
centre of Llangollen. Wrexham is served by two international airports
(Manchester and Liverpool) both comfortably less than an hour away by
road or train.


 


Key dates


 

Submission deadline: Friday 4th February 2011   Friday 25th February
2011

Notification to authors: Friday 8th April 2011 

Camera-ready version due: Friday 6th May 2011 

Early registration by: Friday 13th May 2011

Conference dates: Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th September 2011

 

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 are invited on any of the topics below or related fields and
should be submitted, via the submission page of the conference website.
(www.ita11.org)  Final, camera-ready papers must conform to the author
guidelines and must not exceed eight pages in length. 

 


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 or programme chair for additional
guidance.  (See www.ita11.org) 

 

ITA 09 hosted the First International Workshop on Web and Semantic
Technology (WeST-2009) and the First International Workshop on Wireless
Multimedia Networking and Applications (WMNA'09). Similar workshops are
planned for ITA 11.  Potential workshop or seminar organizers are also
encouraged to suggest suitable topics.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to Wales in September.

 

Professor Vic Grout

ITA 11 Conference Chair

Director of the Centre for Applied Internet Research (CAIR)

Glyndwr University

Plas Coch Campus, Mold Road

Wrexham, LL11 2AW, UK

v.grout@glyndwr.ac.uk

 
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