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CFP - Electronic Commerce and Web 3.0 Track @ EC-Web 2009

From: Tommaso Di Noia <t.dinoia@poliba.it>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 13:37:59 +0100
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======================= CALL FOR PAPERS ============================

              10th International Conference on
           Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies
                       EC-Web 09

             http://sisinflab.poliba.it/ecweb09/

             Johannes Kepler University of Linz
                     Linz, Austria
               31 August - 4 September 2009

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!!! SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED !!!

- Submission of abstracts: March 27, 2009
- Submission of full papers: March 30, 2009

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!!! NEW !!! Journal publication for selected papers.

LNCS Transactions Subline

Selected and reviewed papers will be published in LNCS Transactions 
Subline (Springer Verlag)

"Transactions on Large Scale Data and Knowledge Centered Systems"

Editors:
Abdelkader Hameurlain (University Toulouse)
Josef Küng (University of Linz)
Roland Wagner (University of Linz)

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EC-Web 2009

After the initial enthusiastic initiatives and investments and the
eventual bubble, Electronic Commerce has changed and evolved in a
well established and founded reality both from a technological point
of view and from a scientific one. Nevertheless, together with its
evolution, new challenges and topics have emerged as well as new
questions have raised related to many aspects of Electronic Commerce.

After the lesson learned during last years, for its 10th edition
EC-Web completely renews its structure trying to provide a clearer
description of the Electronic Commerce universe focusing on some
relevant topics. The main focus is not only on Internet related
techniques and approaches. The aim of EC-Web 2009 is to cover also
aspects related to theoretical foundation of E-Commerce, Business
Processes as well as new approaches exploiting recently emerged
technologies and scenarios such as Semantic Web, Web services,
SOA architectures, mobile and ubiquitous computing, just to cite a
few. Due to their central role in any realistic e-commerce
infrastructure security and privacy issues are widely considered,
without excluding legal and regulatory aspects.

We encourage papers that present innovative solutions for classical
E-Commerce issues, such as e-negotiation, recommender systems,
secure payments, as well as for new emerging areas, such as the
Semantic Web, applied Web services, applied soft computing and
information retrieval techniques in web and/or e-commerce
environments.

Although the conference seems naturally focused on computer science
issues, we welcome and encourage research contributions from
economics, business administration, law, sociology and other
disciplines. In particular, papers about web marketing and its
non-technical aspects, as well as about social aspects of
e-commerce are encouraged. We also welcome papers reporting
about innovative applications and case studies in the field of
E-Commerce and/or Web Applications, like, e.g., Electronic Voting
and Sponsored web search.

In order to provide a better categorization and classification
of its main goals, Ec-Web 2009 will be organized as a multi-track
conference. Each track will be organized as a mini-conference with
corresponding reference area chairs.
Even though the main focus of the conference concerns the
relationship between E-commerce and emerging technologies, with
strong attention toward semantics aspects, contributions about
theoretical issues as well as cross-track contributions are very
welcome.


TRACKS

* Service Oriented E-Commerce and Business Process
   o Business process modeling and analysis
   o Software architectures
   o Processes and service composition
   o Business process and e-service repositories
   o Quality of Service in business processes
   o Security in business processes
   o Cross-organizational process support, contracts
   o Workflow management systems
   o Process modeling and enactment in ERP, CRM, and SCM systems
   o SOA and Process Management
   o Resource management in business process execution
   o Enterprise Application Integration
   o Inter-organizational Systems
   o SOA approaches to E-Commerce
   o Virtual enterprises, supply chains, coalitions
* Recommender Systems
   o Innovative applications of recommender technology
   o Recommendation learning and reasoning
   o Industrial application of recommendation technology
   o Recommender system user interfaces and conversational approaches
   o Explanations in recommender systems
   o Group recommender systems
   o Consumer decision making and consumer buying behavior models
   o Collaborative Filtering
   o Appraisal of Recommender Systems
   o User Issues in Recommender Systems
   o Recommendation Interfaces
   o Computational advertising
   o Decision theory and preferences
* E-Payment, Security and Trust
   o Payment and authentication protocols
   o Micropayments
   o Access Control
   o Privacy-enhancing technologies
   o Information Hiding and Watermarking
   o Reputation and trust systems
   o Security and privacy issues in electronic commerce
   o E-Commerce Dependability
   o Transactions and Contracts
   o Legal and Regulatory Issues
   o Electronic voting
* Electronic Commerce and Web 3.0
   o Ontology engineering for E-Commerce
   o Taxonomies and Web directories for semantic E-Commerce
   o Semantic-based discovery of resources in a marketplace
   o Semantic electronic markets
   o Semantic Web Service architecture for E-Commerce
   o Semantic E-Procurement
   o Ontology-based user profiling
   o Application of standard and non-standard reasoning in E-Commerce
   o User tagging for item annotation and discovery
   o Cloud computing in E-Commerce scenarios
   o User interface to exploit Web 3.0 technologies in E-Commerce
   o Emerging languages for E-Commerce
   o Mobile and Pervasive Commerce
   o P2P E-Commerce
   o Experience with e-commerce systems
   o Usability of e-commerce systems


CONFERENCE CHAIRS

* Francesco Buccafurri - Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria
* Tommaso Di Noia - Politecnico di Bari


TRACK CHAIRS

Service Oriented E-Commerce and Business Process

* Stefan Tai - Karlsruhe University

Recommender Systems

* Giovanni Semeraro - Università  degli Studi di Bari

E-Payment, Security and Trust

* Barbara Masucci - Università  di Salerno

Electronic Commerce and Web 3.0

* Martin Hepp - Bundeswehr University Munich


IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission of abstracts: March 27, 2009
- Submission of full papers: March 30, 2009
- Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2009
- Camera-ready copies due: June 10, 2009



SUBMISSION

Authors are invited to submit original research contributions in
English, following the LNCS format
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
Duplicate submissions are not allowed and will be rejected
Papers should not exceed 12 pages (i.e. 12 LNCS formatted pages).
Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality,
significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
All accepted papers will be published in "Lecture Notes in Computer
Science" (LNCS) by Springer Verlag.
At least one author is required to attend the conference and
present the paper. For paper registration, electronic submission and
further information please see http://sisinflab.poliba.it/ecweb09/
and http://www.dexa.org.
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