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mbusiness 2005 Preliminary call for papers

From: Elaine Lawrence <elaine@it.uts.edu.au>
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 23:14:16 +1000 (EST)
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Call For Papers
        The Fourth International Conference on Mobile Business
                    IEEE Sponsored Conference
                          m-Business 2005
                         Sydney, Australia

                        July 11 - 13, 2005
           Conference URL: http://www.mbusiness2005.org


The annual, International m-Business Conference, attracts leading scholars
and
industry leaders in the m-Business/ wireless space from across the world. The
m-Business 2005 Conference takes place in Sydney, Australia, July 11-13, 2005
with the theme of Mobile Transformation - Enterprise transformation through
mobile technologies and applications.

The main aim of the m-Business 2005 Conference is to further research,
business
understanding, strategy and policy in the m-Business wireless sector. The
conference will focus on major trends and challenges in the mobile domain and
will help provide a roadmap for future scholarship and business success in
this
important and wide-ranging arena by fusing the state of the art in diverse
research fields with best practices in industry.

We are pleased to announce this Call for Papers and invite  experts from
industry, academia, and government and policy makers to actively
participate in
m-Business 2005. We expect and encourage a wide diversity of subjects across
m-Business.

IMPORTANT DATES

  February 21, 2005        Paper submissions
  April 15, 2005        Paper acceptance notifications
  May 23, 2005                Final camera-readies
  July 11-13, 2005        Conference

AREAS OF INTEREST
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

   - Mobile Enterprise implications for Society, Business and Security
     - National security applications of mobile computing
     - Mobile marketing
     - Mobile applications for logistics, learning, health
     - Mobile applications via industry sector
     - Adoption studies
   - Mobile Applications for the Extended Enterprise
     - Mobile commerce models and architecture
     - Mobile information systems applications in organizations
     - New collaboration paradigms
     - e-services in mobile information systems
     - Data management in mobile systems
     - Mobile workforce management
  - Enabling Technologies
     - Wireless sensor networks
     - Wireless LANs, 3G & 4G technologies, ZigBee
     - Wireless ad hoc networks
     - Client devices including 3G & 4G handsets, smartcards
     - RFID
  - Mobile Service Technologies
     - Ontology-based mobile systems and agents
     - XML-based mobile services
     - Location-based services
     - Mobile agents
     - Model-driven architectures
     - Interface design and usability
     - Mobile portals
  - Mobile to Consumer Applications
     - Mobile banking , Mobile investing
     - Mobile shopping, Mobile ticketing, Mobile epayments
     - Mobile passports, Mobile record keeping
     - Mobile games
  - Enabling Applications
     - Corporate and personal email
     - Instant messaging
     - Mobile chat
     - Mobile multimedia and video

PAPER SUBMISSIONS:

Submissions should be completed papers in MS-Word format. Please see the
conference Web site (http://www.mbusiness2005.org) for detailed formatting
and submission instructions.

The Program Committee will review all submissions. Accepted papers will be
published in the Conference Proceedings. High quality papers may be elligible
for journal publication. Authors of accepted papers are required to register
for the conference and present their papers in the allotted sessions.

For further information please contact:

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS:

Dr Elaine Lawrence, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
EMAIL: elaine AT it.uts.edu.au

Dr Robert Steele, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
EMAIL: rsteele AT it.uts.edu.au





-- 
Dr Elaine Lawrence, Dept of Computer Systems
Faculty of Information Technology,
http://www-staff.it.uts.edu.au/~elaine/
University of Technology, Sydney, PO Box 123 Broadway 2007 Australia
Work Phone: +61 2 9514 1861, Fax: +61 2 9514 1807 CRICOS Provider 00099F
Home Phone: +61 2 9968 4803, Fax: +61 2 9960 2985 Mobile: 041 868 4803
Papers for Wireless Personal Area and Ad-hoc Networks due June 15,  2004
http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/Hicss38/
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