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CFP: 3rd International IEEE Conference on Industrial Informatics

From: Robert James Steele <rsteele@it.uts.edu.au>
Date: Sat, 6 Nov 2004 13:33:32 +1100 (EST)
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                    Call for Papers
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3rd International IEEE Conference on Industrial Informatics
                        INDIN 05
Frontier Technologies for the Future of Industry and Business
                Perth, Western Australia

                     3-5 August 2005

              http://www.indin2005.curtin.edu.au
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Sponsored by:
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
Curtin University of Technology
University of Technology, Sydney
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Dept of Industry and Resources, State-
Government of Western Australia

International Advisory Board:
Dr C J (Allen) Chen, Innovatech Solutions, US
Prof George Fodor, ABB Automation Product, SE
Prof Leopoldo Garcia Franquelo, IEEE-IES
Dr Luis Gomes, UNINOVA, PT
Prof Gerhard Hancke, IEEE
Dr Okyay Kaynak, Uni of Bogazici, TR
Dr Ronald Schoop, Schneider Electric, FR
Prof Bogdan Wilamowski, IEEE-IES
Dr Yiu Kwan (Hubert) Wo

General Chairs:
Prof Tharam S Dillon, Uni of Tech. Sydney, AU
Prof Xinghuo Yu, RMIT, AU

Technical Program Chairs:
Prof Elizabeth Chang, Curtin Uni of Tech., AU
Prof Mihaela Ulieru, Calgary Uni, CA
Prof Alfred Weaver, Uni of Virginia, US
Dr Armando Colombo, Schneider Electric, DE

Finance Chair:
Dr Robert Steele, University of Technology Sydney, AU

Local Conference Coordinator:
Ms Sonya Carter
Curtin University of Technology
GPO Box U1987
Perth WA 6845
Australia
Ph: + 61 8 9266 7684
Fx: + 61 8 9266 7548
Em: sonya.carter@cbs.curtin.edu.au

The IEEE Industrial Informatics Conference is a premier conference in
industrial informatics which brings together industry experts, engineers,
researchers and academics to exchange ideas and experiences surrounding
frontier technologies and methodologies, break-through and innovative
solutions, applications and process models.

Background and Objectives
As Automation becomes more wide spread and pervasive, the vision of
intelligent and collaborative industrial environments with dynamic, agile and
reconfigurable enterprise structures has become a reality. As industrial
systems have become more intelligent, automated, dynamic and distributed
and monitoring and control of operations has shifted towards the Internet as
is the case for sales and e-services. A key factor in the success of such
industrial environments is the creation of the underpinning information
infrastructure to carry out the required services. The development of frontier
technologies, that lie on the intersection between Industry, business and
advanced ICT systems form the very foundations of Industrial Informatics.
This conference continues the highly successful series of IEEE conferences
on Industrial Informatics held in 2003 in Canada and 2004 in Germany.
INDIN is an annual conference and closely collaborates with industry and
business.

Call for Papers
Prospective participants are invited to electronically submit a full paper (6
pages, about 4500 words, pdf or WinWord file) of their original work following
the IEEE instructions available on the website of the conference. Selected
best papers will be invited to submit to IEEE Transaction on Industrial
Informatics.

Important Dates
Special Session, Workshop, Tutorial, Exhibition and
Doctoral Forum Proposals: 1 October 2004

Full Paper Submission Due Date: 1 February 2005

Notification of Acceptance: 15 March 2005

Camera-ready/Submission of Full Papers: 15 May 2005

Conference Dates: 3-5 August 2005

Workshop and Forum Dates: 2 and 6 August 2005

All enquiries to: indin2005@cbs.curtin.edu.au

3rd International IEEE Conference on Industrial Informatics INDIN 05

Session topics include:
- Autonomous e-Services
- Fault tolerance systems
- Multi-agent computing
- Peer-to-peer communication
- Heterogeneous interoperability
- Distributed collaborative systems
- Security, trust and risk management
- Architectural design and engineering
- Intelligent production control processes
- Information resources sharing environment
- Enterprise ICT adoption and validation
- Paradigms, infrastructures and platforms
- Methodologies, tools and process models
- Mechatronics
- Embedded systems
- Wireless systems
- Factory automation
- Automobile systems
- Bio-medical systems
- Transport logistics systems
- Manufacturing control systems
- Electronic and electrical systems
- Power and energy control systems
- Business and financial systems
- Open Source and Open systems
- Just-in-time track and trace systems

Venue:
Perth, Western Australia
We are pleased to host the 2005 IEEE Industrial Informatics conference in Perth.
Our city is located on the Swan River and the Indian Ocean, affording a
temperate environment all year around. Our multi-cultural population makes for
a diverse range of activities for you to experience while visiting and our
easy-going nature will make you feel welcome and relaxed. Perth, voted one of
the most liveable cities in the world, is leading the way in innovation,
investment, industry development and exports. The spacious city with many parks
is surrounded by wonderful areas for site seeing including wineries, beaches,
bird life, and natural wonders such as Wave Rock, the Pinnacles and to the
North the Ningaloo Reef or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle
Bungles with the help of an Aboriginal guide. In the city, you can enjoy a
cold beer in an open-air pub, shopping at affordable prices, the bustling
weekend markets, and tasty outdoor international cuisine.

Western Australia has enormous mineral and petroleum resources as well as rural and non-rural industries stimulating the Australian economy and covering
diverse technological developments in fields such as bio-industries,
manufacturing, ICT, transport logistics, ship building, imports and exports.
The mature industry provides advances in marketing intelligence and
emerging knowledge through a Western Australian base encouraging overseas
trading and investment.  We are honoured to host this prestigious conference
in Perth.

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 ,--_|\   Dr Robert Steele
/      \  rsteele@it.uts.edu.au
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      v   Senior Lecturer
          Department of Computer Systems
          Faculty of Information Technology
          University of Technology, Sydney
          PO Box 123 Broadway
          NSW 2007 Australia
          Tel: 61 2 9514 7872, Fax: 61 2 9514 1807
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