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CEC and EEE 2008

From: Publicity Vice-Chair <ceceee2008@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007 09:49:19 -0500
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Call For Papers
July 21 - 24, 2008
Washington, DC, USA

10th IEEE Conference on E-Commerce Technology (CEC'08) and the 5th IEEE
Conference on Enterprise Computing, E-Commerce and E-Services (EEE '08) are
flagship annual conferences of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee
on E-Commerce. In 2008, we will hold both conferences together as a joint
event, providing a platform for researchers and practitioners interested in
the theory
and practice of E-Commerce and Enterprise Computing.The joint conference
will focus on new technologies and methods that enable business processes to
smoothly transcend organizational boundaries. This includes
solutions to dynamically establish business relationships, provide services
across organizational boundaries - also in a Mashup and Web 2.0 environment
as well as from mobile devices - and exercise governance. The program of
CEC'08/EEE'08 will
consist of invited talks, paper presentations, and panel discussions. We
invite submissions of high quality papers describing fully developed results
or on-going work. CEC'08/EEE'08 will have two focal themes: Web
2.0 and Government/Public Sector. We particularly encourage submissions
addressing issues of commerce and services in these two contexts, or in
both. Topics for submission include but are not limited to:
Commerce and trading technologies track:-   Negotiation and purchasing
technology; Coordination/optimization in supply    chain, inventory
management, auctions and other forms of negotiation,     pricing,
contracting, EDI
-   Marketing and advertising technology; SFA, CRM, recommendation
systems,     context aware services, user behavior modeling-   Payment and
privacy enhancing technology; Payment protocols, identity     management,
privacy protection, mobile devices
-   Metering and measurement technology; Metering and measurement of
services,     billing, revenue sharing, compliance, reliability and
trust.Enterprise computing and engineering track:-   Business process
management and enterprise grid computing; Virtualization
    and enterprise grid infrastructures, provisioning and management of
e-    services, performance modeling and QoS analysis-   Business
intelligence and real-time business performance monitoring;    Data mining,
data warehousing, Real-time data analysis (RFID / sensor data,
    etc.), risk and revenue management-   Collaborative engineering and
knowledge management; CSCW, workflow,    information retrieval, product data
management, project management,    semantic Web, ontology
-   Security and trust management; Network security, web-centric security
and     trust, IPR/DRM-   e-applications and service application
architecture; e-Learning, e-    Government, e-Banking, SOA, Web 2.0
, design experiencePAPER SUBMISSIONSAuthors are invited to submit original,
unpublished research papers that are not being considered in another forum.
Manuscripts will be limited to 8 (IEEE style)
pages. Please follow the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings Author
Guidelines to prepare your papers with 8.5'' x 11'', two-column format.
Pre-submission of abstracts is optionally provided for authors one week
before the paper submission
deadline. At least one author is required to attend the conference and
present the paper. Electronic submission of manuscripts (in PDF) is
required. All papers selected for this conference are peer-reviewed and will
be published in the
regular conference proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Press. The best
papers presented in the conference will be selected for
journals.Asubmission page will be available on the Web
- January 15, 2008 Workshop proposals - January 15, 2008 Submission deadline
of conference papers - April 10, 2008 Notification of acceptance - May 10,
2008 Camera-Ready copy of accepted papers due
- July 21, 2008 Workshop program- July 22-24, 2008 Conference programGeneral
Co-Chairs: Guenter Mueller, Universitaet Freiburg, Germany Raymond Paul,
NII/DoD, USAGeneral Vice-Chair: M. Brian Blake, Georgetown University, USA
Program Co-Chairs: Heiko Ludwig, IBM Research (CEC)  Wei-Tek Tsai, Arizona
State University (EEE) Kuo-Ming Chao, University of Coventry (EEE)Steering
Committee Chair: Kwei-Jay Lin, Univ. of California, Irvine
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