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RTAS WIP 2005, Re: CfP: Mobile Commerce 2005

From: Dr. Albert Cheng <cheng@cs.uh.edu>
Date: Sun, 26 Dec 2004 01:18:53 -0600 (CST)
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Hello,

This attached CFP may be of interest to you and your students.
Please circulate/announce.

Also, the URL is:

http://www.cis.upenn.edu/group/rtas05/Wip.html

Thanks,
Albert M. K. Cheng



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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, Claudia Linnhoff-Popien wrote:

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> [Sincere apologies for possible multiple copies of this message]
> =========================================================================
>
>                             Call for Papers
>
>                 The 2nd IEEE International Workshop on
>                      Mobile Commerce and Services
>
>                    July 18-19, 2005, Munich, Germany
>
>                         in conjunction with the
>  IEEE International Conference on Electronic Commerce (IEEE CEC 2005)
>
>                         http://www.wmcs2005.org/
>
>              Paper submission deadline: February 14, 2005
>
> =========================================================================
>
> While wired E-Commerce has been accepted and used widely in recent years
> and become significantly important in our daily life, mobile
> commerce (M-commerce) is still an emerging discipline that is currently
> experiencing massive growth rates. The success of M-Commerce is
> basically dependent on the development and acceptance of new wireless
> technologies over 3G and 4G networks as well as intelligent service
> platforms on mobile devices. However, to fully exploit the high growth
> potentials of M-commerce there is a strong need to adopt existing
> E-commerce approaches for wireless networks and to develop new
> sophisticated mobile applications to meet the needs of mobile
> subscribers, for
> example in the areas of financial transactions, mobile marketing and
> gaming, as well as location and context-aware services. Compared with
> the
> traditional wired E-commerce, wireless networks and mobile devices
> impose additional constraints, challenges, and requirements on building
> M-commerce platforms and applications, for example content adaptation,
> security and privacy issues, and mobile payment mechanisms.
>
> The Second IEEE International Workshop on Mobile Commerce and Services
> (WMCS) brings together researchers, scientists, software
> architects, and industry professionals with the aim of discussing and
> exchanging innovative ideas and research work in M-commerce and
> services. The topics for submissions include but are not limited to the
> following fields:
>
> - Novel M-commerce applications and services
> - Location and context-aware M-commerce services
> - Service platforms for supporting M-commerce (mobile web enterprise)
> - Brokerage and service discovery mechanisms
> - Middleware, mobile components, and agent technologies supporting
> M-commerce
> - Platforms for client applications in mobile devices (J2ME, Symbian)
> - Digital Rights Management
> - Wireless security problems & solutions, and mobile privacy
> - Mobile payment solutions, systems and platforms
> - New wireless multimedia technologies and platforms for M-commerce
> (e.g., DVB-H)
> - Inter-organizational service provisioning (business models and their
> realization)
> - Wireless advertising solutions, systems and platforms
> - Mobile entertainment applications, services and platforms for digital
> mu-sic, videos and games
> - Case-studies and experiences (experience reports)
>
> Submissions
> -----------
> Authors are invited to submit original and significant research
> contributions in the aforementioned areas. All submissions will be
> peer-reviewed by
> the members of the international program committee. It is planned to
> publish the proceedings in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer
> Science (
> http://www.springeronline.de). In addition, a selection of the best
> papers will be published in a special issue of "Electronic Commerce
> Research
> and Applications".
> Full papers must not exceed 16 pages and conform to the LNCS style. We
> accept papers in PDF and PS format. Authors should submit a full
> paper via EDAS, see http://www.wmcs2005.org/ and
> http://edas.info/home.cgi?c=4440 for details.
>
> Important Dates
> ---------------
> Paper submission: February 14, 2005
> Paper notification: March 31, 2005
> Camera-ready papers: April 30, 2005
> Workshop Date: July 18-19, 2005
>
> Workshop Chairs
> ---------------
> Claudia Linnhoff-Popien (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany)
> Axel Küpper (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany)
> Jerry Gao (San José State University, USA)
>
> Program Committee
> -----------------
> Uwe Baumgarten (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
> Michael Berger (Siemens Corporate Technology, Germany)
> Bernard Burg (Hewlett Packard Laboratories, USA)
> Monique Calisti (Whitestein Technologies AG, Switzerland)
> Heikki Helin (TeliaSonera, Finland)
> Thomas Hess (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany)
> Winfried Lamersdorf (Hamburg University, Germany)
> Jonathan C.L. Liu (University of Florida, USA)
> Seng Loke (Monash University, Australia)
> Tom Pfeifer (Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland)
> Norman M. Sadeh (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
> Simon Shim (San Jose State University, USA)
> John Shepherdson (BT Group, UK)
> Burkhard Stiller (University of Zurich and ETH Zurich, Swit-zerland)
> Thomas Strang (German Aerospace Center)
> Reima Suomi (Turku School of Economics and Business Administration,
> Finland)
> Upkar Varshney (Georgia State University, USA)
> Ron Vetter (University of North Carolina, USA)
>
> Contact
> -------
> Axel Küpper
> Mobile and Distributed Systems Group
> Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
> Oettingenstr. 67
> D-80538 Munich, Germany
> Tel.:+49-89-2180-9421
> Fax.:+49-89-2180-9147
> info@wmcs2005.org
> http://www.wmcs2005.org
>
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