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Re: Call for Papers: The 11th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE 2010)

From: Stéphane Jean <jean@ensma.fr>
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 15:02:35 +0200
Message-ID: <4BB0A4EB.7020602@ensma.fr>
To: Stéphane Jean <jean@ensma.fr>
Apologies for multiple postings
The 11th International Conference on Web Information System 
Engineering(WISE 2010)***


    *Call For Workshop Proposals *

*Important dates for workshop proposals*

  Submission deadline: May 1, 2010.
  Notification: June 1, 2010.

WISE is a leading international conference for researchers, 
practitioners, developers and users to share and exchange cutting-edge 
ideas, results, experience, techniques and tools in connection with all 
aspects of Web-based Information Systems. As the 11th event in the 
increasingly popular series, WISE 2010 expects to attract outstanding 
researchers from all over the world to Hong Kong - the Pearl of the 
Orient as a special administrative region of China, and continues to 
establish the status of WISE as one of the major conferences on 
Web-based information systems.

We invite proposals for WISE 2010 workshops. Workshops are intended to 
provide a forum for the discussion and exchange of research results 
related to the conference topics among an international group of 

Workshop duration is either a whole day or a half day. Proposals to 
organize workshops should include the following information:

·  workshop title, brief description about the workshop, including a 
list of topics

·  why the proposed workshop is of interest to the WISE'10 attendees

·  names and contact information of the proposers

·  a tentative list of intended PC members for the workshop

·  the length (a half day or a whole day) and the format of the workshop

·  important dates

·  the expected number of attendees

·  a brief introduction of the proposers, including their qualifications

The workshop proposers will be responsible for advertising the workshop, 
reviewing and selecting the papers.

WISE'10 has a single registration for conferences, workshops and 
tutorials, and provides administrative support for workshop room 
booking, registration, and publication. All papers accepted by WISE'10 
workshops will be published in a combined volume of LNCS series 
<http://www.springer.com/lncs> published by Springer (pending for 

Since the final workshop proceedings may take 9 to 10 weeks for the 
publisher to print and deliver, the workshop proposers should take this 
into consideration when defining the important dates. Proposals should 
be sent as e-mail attachments to both of the workshops chairs by the 
captioned deadline. Enquiries can also be sent to the workshops chairs.

*Workshop Co-Chairs*

Dickson Chiu
Dickson Computer Systems, Hong Kong

Ladjel Bellatreche
   LISI/ENSMA-Poitiers University, France
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