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IEEE ICEBE 2009 Call for Papers (Submission Deadline Extended)

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Date: Sat, 2 May 2009 20:42:34 +0800
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2009 IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE 2009) 

http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/

October 21-23, 2009, Macau, China

 

*** Important Dates ***

       May 1, 2009: Abstract registration (extended)

       May 8, 2009: Paper Submission (extended)

      May 15, 2009: Poster and panel proposals due 

     June 25, 2009: Notification of acceptance

     July 25, 2009: Final manuscripts due        

     July 25, 2009: Author registration 

September 20, 2009: Early bird registration

  October 21, 2009: Conference starts 

 

*** Scope and Topics ***

E-Business is one of most challenging areas for industry and research
communities. It is evolving from the disparate B2C, B2B and B2G systems to
the integration and collaboration of business services between various
information systems and e-marketplaces for integrated services. In this
evolving process, integrated e-business systems and their related supporting
platforms have to be rapidly formed and designed in order to meet different
demands. A number of e-business engineering paradigms, IT concepts and
technologies have been developed to tackle these challenges. However, there
are still lots of research issues needed to be addressed. These include
heterogeneous services integration, disparate e-business functions
collaboration, and semantic level e-business messaging.

 

ICEBE 2009 is the 6th conference which is initiated from 2003 by the IEEE
Technical Committee on E-Commerce. It is a high-quality international forum
for researchers and practitioners from different areas of computer science
and information systems to exchange their latest findings and experiences,
as well as to help shape the future of IT-transformed consumers,
enterprises, governments and markets. The conference scope spans the areas
of Web, databases, service science, multimedia, information systems and
electronic marketplaces. The main themes of this year's conference will be
"enabling integrated e-business systems through servicing and
collaboration", which is distributed in the following program tracks: 

 

+ Software engineering for e-business

  - Design methods, tools and science for e-business 

  - Models, platforms and applications for e-business 

  - Components, services and solutions for e-business

  - Aspects of green business and green commerce

 

+ Data and knowledge management for e-business

  - Data and knowledge engineering for e-business 

  - Workflow and business process tools and management for e-business 

  - Stream processing, complex event processing and continuous queries 

  - Semantic Web

 

+ Service engineering

  - SOA business modeling and governance 

  - SOA enterprise architecture, service bus and federated architecture 

  - SOA business process management and orchestration

  - Grid services

 

+ Integration and collaboration

  - E-business functions integration

  - Semantic integration for e-business

  - Collaborative technology and application for e-business

  - Collaborative virtual e-business environment

  - Electronic marketplace engineering

  - Emerging green marketplace

 

+ Security, privacy and open sources

  - Security, privacy and trust methods and solutions for enabling
e-business 

  - Open source technologies and components for e-business 

  - Open source version management

  - Authentication in e-business

 

+ Mobile and pervasive commerce

  - Mobile and pervasive methods, applications and integrated solutions 

  - Sensor systems and RFID applications 

  - Ubiquitous information access 

  - Context awareness and smart environments

  - Resource discovery of mobile services

  - 3G technology and services for e-business

 

+ Industrial experiences and applications

  - Related to any of the topics above, highlighting large-scale
applications, and persistent and emerging real-world challenges

 

The conference will take place on 21-23 October, 2009 at University of
Macau, Macau S.A.R. In addition to paper presentations from the delegates,
the program includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, poster sessions,
and several co-located Workshops.

 

 

*** Co-Located Workshops ***

+ The 2nd Workshop on Advances in RFID (AIR'09)

  URL: http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/2009/AIRworkshop.htm

 

+ The 3rd Workshop on E-Marketplace Integration and Interoperability
(EM2I'09)

  URL: http://www.em2i.org/2009/

 

+ The 5th Workshop on Service-Oriented Applications, Integration and
Collaboration (SOAIC'09)

  URL: http://www.soaic.org

 

+ The 3rd Workshop on Service-Oriented Knowledge Management (SOKM'09)

  URL: http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/2009/SOKMworkshop.htm

 

+ The 2nd Workshop on Business Intelligence Methodologies and Applications
(BIMA'09)

  URL: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~bima09

 

+ The 2nd Workshop on Data and Knowledge Engineering for E-service and
E-business (DKEEE'09)

  URL: http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/2009/DKEEEworkshop.htm

 

+ Student Workshop of 2009 IEEE International Conference on e-Business
Engineering

  URL: http://www.sftw.umac.mo/~icebe09/index.html

 

+ The first Workshop on Applications and Services on Cloud (ASOC'09)

  URL: http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/2009/ASOCworkshop.htm

 

 

*** Honorary Chairs ***

  - Wei Zhao, University of Macau

  - C.J. Tan, The University of Hong Kong

 

*** General Chairs ***

  - Jen-Yao Chung, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

  - Zhiguo Gong, University of Macau

  - Francis Lau, The University of Hong Kong

 

*** Program Chairs ***

  - Grigoris Antoniou, University of Crete 

  - Chengzheng Sun, Nangyang Technological University

  - Rolf T. Wigand, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

 

*** Organizing Chairs***

  - Kai Meng Mok, University of Macau

  - Jingzhi Guo, University of Macau

 

*** Organized by ***

  - IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Electronic Commerce 

 

*** Hosted by ***

  - University of Macau

 

*** With support of***

  - Arizona State University, Software Research Laboratory 

  - Coventry University, Computer Science Department 

  - Fudan University, Software School 

  - IBM China Research Lab 

  - Singapore Management University, School of Information Systems 

  - The Hong Kong Univ of Science and Technology, Dept of Computer Science &
Engineering 

  - The University of Hong Kong, Department of Computer Science 

  - Xi'an Jiaotong University
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