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CFP: International Workshop on Modeling Inter-Organizational Systems focusing on Collaboration and Interoperability, Architectures and Ontologies (MIOS-CIAO'2006)

From: Antonia Albani <antonia.albani@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de>
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 12:15:51 +0100
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                           CALL FOR PAPERS

                      "International Workshop on
                Modeling Inter-Organizational Systems
                             focusing on
Collaboration and Interoperability, Architectures and Ontologies"

                           (MIOS-CIAO 2006)

      http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/mios-ciao2006cfp.html

                         31 Oct - 1 Nov 2006
                         Montpellier, France

            In conjunction with the federated conferences
             "On The Move to Meaningful Internet Systems
                    and Ubiquitous Computing 2006"
                            (OTM 2006)

                 http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/

               Proceedings published by Springer LNCS
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Motivation
----------
Modern enterprises face a strong economical pressure to increase
competitiveness, to operate on a global market, and to engage in alliances
of several kinds. Agility thus has become the new guiding principle for
enterprises. This requires flexible organizational structures and business
processes, as well as flexible supporting information systems and a flexible
ICT-infrastructure. In addition, an enterprise needs to be able to easily
expand or shrink, be it through collaborations with other enterprises,
through mergers or acquisitions, or through insourcing or outsourcing of
services.

In order to meet these economical requirements, enterprises rely
increasingly on the benefits of modern information and communication
technology (ICT). However, the appropriate knowledge to deploy this
technology as needed, and in an effective and efficient way, is largely
lacking, particularly knowledge regarding the collaboration in and between
enterprises and knowledge regarding the interoperability of their
information systems.

Up to last year, several successful MIOS workshops (Modeling
Inter-Organizational Systems) have been held. Based on the inspiring
experience of the 2005 workshop, the 2006 workshop will again be a real
workshop, providing ample time for discussions, during two days.
Consequently, the paper presentations will be short, covering only the
highlights. In addition, the focus will be on CIAO: the problems areas
Collaboration and Interoperability, and the application of Architecture and
Ontology in dealing with them.

Goal
----
We want to gather researchers working on topics concerning inter- and
intra-enterprise collaboration, and concerning the interoperability of
information systems, covering issues like business process modeling,
information systems modeling, enterprise and system ontology, enterprise and
system architecture. The goal of the workshop is to share innovative
research issues, and to facilitate profound discussions about them.

Topics of interest to this workshop include, but are not limited to:

* Modeling cross-enterprise business processes
* Reference models for cross-enterprise business processes
* Collaboration theories (e.g., the language-action-perspective)
* Enterprise ontologies
* Ontology-based business interactions
* Enterprise branche specific ontologies
* Enterprise architectures
* Cross-enterprise workflow management
* Business rules and business protocols
* Business protocols standards
* Deriving IOS from cross-enterprise business processes
* Information system ontologies
* Information system architectures
* Component-based system development
* Business components and metamodeling
* Ontology-oriented web services (Pragmatic Web)
* Interoperability testing and verification
* Methodological standards
* Business domain standards, e.g., accounting, billing, payment,
  SCM, purchasing

Submission Requirements
-----------------------
We are looking for articles on current or recently finished research
projects as well as articles from practitioners. Papers should contain 3000
- 5000 words and should be submitted in PS, PDF or MS-Word format.

Accepted papers will be published along with the OTM 2006 Workshop
Proceedings on Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Author
instructions and style sheets can be found at the Springer site
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). Failure to commit to
presentation at the workshop automatically excludes a paper from the
proceedings.

The authors of the best workshop papers will be invited to send an extended
version of the paper to be published in the Journal of Enterprise
Information Management. For information about the journal please refer to
http://juno.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/jeim/jeim.jsp

Important Dates
---------------
Paper Submission:               June 30th, 2006
Notification of Acceptance:     July 30th, 2006
Camera Ready Paper Due:         August 20th, 2006
MIOS-CIAO'06 Workshop:          October 31st - November 1st, 2006


Program Co-Chairs
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Antonia Albani (antonia.albani@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de)
Chair of Business Information Systems and Systems Engineering
University of Augsburg, Germany

Jan L.G. Dietz (j.l.g.dietz@tudelft.nl)
Chair of Information Systems Design
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  
Program Committee 
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Wil van der Aalst       Eindhoven University of Technology, The
                        Netherlands
Paer Agerfalk           University of Limerick, Ireland
Antonia Albani          University of Augsburg, Germany
Bernhard Bauer          University of Augsburg, Germany
Emmanuel delaHostria    Rockwell Automation, USA
Jan L.G. Dietz          Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Johann Eder             University of Vienna, Austria
Joaquim Filipe          School of Technology of Setubal, Portugal
Rony G. Flatscher       Vienna University of Economics and
                        Business Administration, Austria
Kees van Hee            Eindhoven University, The Netherlands
Jan Hoogervorst         Sogeti Netherlands, The Netherlands
Christian Huemer        University of Vienna, Austria
Zahir Irani             Brunel University, UK
Peter Loos              Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet Mainz, Germany
Graham Mcleod           University of Kaapstad, South Africa
Arturo Molina           CSIM-ITESM, Mexico
Aldo de Moor            Free University of Brusssels, Belgium
Moira Norrie            ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Maria Orlowska          The University of Queensland, Australia
Erik Proper             Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Gil Regev               Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
                        (EPFL), Switzerland
Dewald Roode            University of Pretoria, South Africa
Pnina Soffer            MIS department, Haifa University, Israel
Arne Solvberg           NTNU, Norway
José Tribolet           INESC and University of Lisbon, Portugal
Klaus Turowski          University of Augsburg, Germany
Vijay K. Vaishnavi      Georgia State University, USA
Rene Wagenaar           Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Robert Winter           University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Johannes Maria Zaha     Queensland University of Technology, Australia
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