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[CfP] 16th International Conference on Business Information Systems, BIS 2013

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Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2013 14:30:17 +0100
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                          Call for papers

   16th International Conference on Business Information Systems
                               BIS 2013

                          Poznan, Poland
                           June 19-21, 2013



            Deadline for submissions: January 22nd, 2013
              (Proceedings in Springer's LNBIP series)


Business Applications on the Move

According to IDC, in 2010, for the first time the sales by number of
mobile computing devices (smartphones and tablets) exceeded the number
of personal computer sales. Places that were previously spaces for
conversations are now converted to workplaces. Even at scientific
conferences it is hard to spot an active worker without a supporting
device. This fact has significant implications for business
applications. Companies need to acknowledge that employees as well as
clients access those applications using mobile devices. What works in
a monolithic environment under control of the enterprise may not work
in a mobile environment. Therefore, classical topics like business
processes or information management has to be rethought.
It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your work to BIS2013
conference. The BIS conference is a well-respected event joining
international researchers to discuss the wide range of the
development, implementation, application and improvement of business
applications and systems. It is addressed to the scientific community,
people involved in the development of business computer applications,
consultants helping to properly implement computer technology and
applications in the industry.



Topics are restricted by the theme of the conference as defined above
and they include:

   * creation, learning, population, evolution and evaluation of ontologies
   * ontologies for enterprise content management
   * natural language processing and cognitive science
   * semantic integration of heterogeneous semi-structured information sources
   * interoperability of heterogeneous information systems
   * business models for Web information integration and aggregation
   * linked open data

   * location-aware and geography-centric information systems
   * wireless and mobile applications
   * multi-agent distributed systems
   * semantic web personalization
   * smart cities
   * ambient computing
   * RFID and localisation techniques

content retrieval and filtering
   * search over semi-structural Web sources
   * Deep Web search and crawling
   * data integration from Web information sources
   * modeling and describing evolving data sources
   * information gathering support for knowledge-intensive enterprises
   * business models for a content
   * unified data processing and communication systems
   * automatic identification and data collector systems

   * knowledge-based collaboration
   * social networks and social wikis
   * enterprise mashups, Enterprise 2.0
   * security in distributed systems
   * Web-based model for discoverability, consumption, and reuse
   * social networks for healthcare

services science
   * service oriented computing
   * semantic web services
   * composition, choreography and orchestration
   * trust and quality of service (QoS)
   * service level agreements
   * distributed computing for the smart grid

   * digital ecosystem
   * e-infrastructure
   * cloud computing

business process management
   * semantic business process management
   * adaptive and dynamic processes
   * supply chain processes
   * ERP implementations
   * integration of data and processes
   * collaborative BPM

   * policy modelling and simulation for e-governance
   * technologies for digital culture and cultural heritage
   * digital libraries and web archiving
   * access to cultural resources
   * technologies for a low carbon economy
   * safety and healthcare record information reuse
   * early warning systems and mobile monitoring
   * intelligent medical systems
   * business models for Future Internet



BIS 2013 proceedings are planned be published as a volume in Lecture
Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series by Springer

Information for LNBIP authors may be found at

Electronic submission system is available at:

* language of publication: English
* paper should not exceed 12 LNCS pages (including abstract and
* please include a 100-word abstract at the beginning of the paper,
  which clearly presents the achievement or contribution of the paper
* please include 4-7 keywords best describing your paper
* we understand that you submit your original work that has not been
  published or submitted elsewhere, and that you agree to publish your
  work when it is accepted by the Program Committee; you will be
  required to send a signed copyright form as required by Springer at
  a later stage
* at least one author should register for the conference and present
  the paper; only registered authors' papers will be included in
  the proceedings
* the authors will prepare the final manuscript in time for its
  inclusion in conference proceedings



Jan 22, 2013         submission deadline for papers
Mar 01, 2013         notification of acceptance/rejection
Mar 15, 2013         submission of final papers
Jun 19-21, 2013      the conference

Poznan University of Economics, Department of Information Systems


Poznan University of Economics
Dept. of Information Systems
Al. Niepodleglosci 10
61-875 Poznan, POLAND
Tel: +48(61)854-3381 Fax: +48(61)854-3633
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