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IEEE/DEST Collective Intelligence Track Deadline Extended

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Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 15:59:02 +0000
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APOLOGIES FOR CROSSPOSTING
PLEASE CIRCULATE,
LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR SUBMISSION
Paola Di Maio
Chair, Collective Intelligence Track

Due to numerous requests from authors the deadline for paper submission to
IEEE DEST 2009 has now been extended to *28th February 2009*



Third IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies
(IEEE-DEST 2009)



Istanbul, Turkey 1-3 June 2009



http://dest2009.debii.curtin.edu.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=26&Itemid=40



Special theme: Cyber Engineering and Human Space Computing



Workshops and Tutorials to be held on 31 May 2009





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The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, demand-driven,
domain clustered, agent-based self organized collaborative environment where
species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific
purpose or goal, and everyone is proactive and responsive for their own
benefit or profit.  The essence of digital ecosystems is creating value by
making connections through collective intelligence.  Digital Ecosystems
promote collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT based
catalyst effect in a number of domains to produce networked enriched
communities.



Digital Ecosystems are empowered by the cyber engineering and human space
computing.  Cyber engineering studies the digital horizon in our ecosystems,
also known as Cloud computing.  It encompasses the semantic web, ontologies,
cyber security, privacy, trust and risk management, social networks, web
2.0, 3.0,  convergence technologies, web services and grid technologies.
Human space computing is about the study of the technology (Bluetooth, WiFi,
IRDA, RFID, GSM, GPRS, 3G Digital Pens, PDAs, Mobile Phones, VoIP, Video,
Voice, Data, other devices) for improvement of our human lives, not just
organizations, businesses or government.  It studies the world we live in,
and personal space computing, our space, between the digital skyline and our
ecosystems.



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 this website.  Each paper will
undergo a rigorous peer reviewed process involving at least two reviewers.



The main conference theme is to strengthen ICT to support different digital
ecosystems, especially focusing on cyber engineering and human space
computing. It is the study of triangle relationship between industries,
human endeavours and advanced ICT.



We are interested in papers, work-in-progress reports, and industrial
experiences describing advances in all areas of digital business
applications.



Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:



Collaborative and Connectivity in Digital Ecosystems

Web Spam - Adversarial Information Retrieval in Digital Ecosystems

Models of Open Transactions in Digital Ecosystems

Governance in Large Heterogeneous IT Systems

Democratising Collaborative Research Patterns

Performance and Evaluation of Digital Ecosystems

Intelligent Digital Ecosystems and Technologies

Emerging Concepts in the Field of Ecosystems

Open Source Digital Ecosystems

Service-oriented Collaborative Platforms

Infrastructure for Digital Ecosystems

Mechatronics for Digital Ecosystems

Knowledge Mapping and Modelling

Interdisciplinary Ecosystems Research

Human Collective Intelligence

Analytics and Visualization

Digital Business Ecosystems

Self Organisation of Agents

E-Learning Ecosystems

Security and Privacy

Health Ecosystems

Social Networks

Trust and Risk

E-Humanities

Students' Research Track





We solicit researchers to submit original papers in line with the topic of
the track. Prospective authors are invited to electronically submit a full
paper of their original work following the IEEE instructions available on
the website of the IEEE DEST 2009 conference (
http://dest2009.debii.curtin.edu.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20&Itemid=34).
Each paper will undergo a rigorous peer reviewed process involving at least
two reviewers. The paper submission system is now open and can be accessed
at:
http://dest2009.debii.curtin.edu.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20&Itemid=34.




IMPORTANT DATES

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28 February 2009  - Electronic Paper Submissions (Revised Deadline)

25 March 2009     - Paper Acceptance/Rejection Notifications

15 April 2009    - Final Camera Ready Papers Due

1-3 June 2009    - Conference





When attending IEEE-DEST 2009, you will be treated to some exciting keynote
speakers including:



Michael Brodie - Verizon Communications, USA

Peter Palensky - University of Pretoria, South Africa

Tharam Dillon - Digital Ecosystems and Business Intelligence Institute,
Australia

Mihaela Ulieru - Canada Research Chair, Canada

Sirin Tekinay - National Science Foundation, USA and Ozyegin University,
Turkey

Simon Carlsen - StatoilHydro, and Stig Petersen - SINTEF ICT and Dr Alex
Talevski - DEBII





BRIEF THEME OF THE IEEE DEST 2009 CONFERENCE

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Digital ecosystems capture the essence of the classical, complex ecological
environment in nature, where organisms form a dynamic and interrelated
complex ecosystem.  They conserve and utilise the environment and its
resources. This analogy is a new mind-set and way of thinking in the Digital
Economy. The research targets Frontier Technologies for Digital Ecosystems
and the building of specific services and information infrastructures to
support the different application domains. It is an intersection between
industry, business, human endeavours, social science, and cutting edge
internet technologies and is application driven research. This conference
series helps worldwide researchers further their understanding and broad
application of the digital ecosystem ideas, principles and architecture in
industry, business, government, social science and other domain disciplines
to enhance the productivity, growth, prosperity and social, cultural and
economic balance and sustainability. The main conference theme is to
strengthen ICT to support different digital ecosystems, especially focusing
on the architectural triangle between industries, human endeavours and
advanced ICT. It includes conceptual frameworks, architectures,
self-organizing infrastructures, swarm intelligence, ambient intelligence,
autonomous agents, e-humanities, social networks, and service-oriented
collaborative platforms. A special theme of this conference is collaboration
instead of unbridled competition and ICT based catalyst effect in a number
of domains to produce network enriched communities. For further information
please visit http://dest2009.debii.curtin.edu.au/





-- 
Paola Di Maio,
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Forthcoming
IEEE/DEST 09 Collective Intelligence Track (deadline extended)

i-Semantics 2009, 2 - 4 September 2009, Graz, Austria.
www.i-semantics.tugraz.at

SEMAPRO 2009, Malta
http://www.iaria.org/conferences2009/CfPSEMAPRO09.html
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