[ecoop-info] CFP : MCETECH 2011, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Jan 23-26 2011

Gilbert Babin gilbert.babin at hec.ca
Mon Apr 19 20:14:28 CEST 2010



23-26 January, 2011
Les Diablerets, Switzerland

The Internet and the Web are continuously evolving. Their changing 
incarnations such as Web 2.0, services and service-oriented 
architectures, cloud computing and convergence with mobile Internet are 
transforming the way traditional activities are undertaken and having a 
dramatic impact on many aspects of modern society. Companies, 
governments and users are continuously challenged to follow up and take 
advantage of the potential benefits and power of digital technologies.  
Successful transformation to meet new challenges and opportunities is a 
multi-faceted problem, involving vision and skills, but also many 
technological, managerial, economic, organisational, and legal issues.

MCETECH 2011 aims to bring together researchers and practitioners 
interested in exploring the transformation of a newly connected world 
through its multiple facets, with a focus on the technological, 
managerial, economic, and organisational questions. Original and 
inter-disciplinary approaches to these problems are highly encouraged.

Authors focusing on the technological aspects are encouraged to 
highlight managerial, economic, or organizational implications of their 
work. Conversely, authors focusing on the managerial, economic, or 
organizational aspects are encouraged to highlight the technological 

The program committee will award a Best Paper Award to the best research 
paper in terms of 1) originality, 2) presentation, and 3) impact. 
Extended versions of the finalist papers shall be submitted to a journal 
special issue (journal to be determined). All accepted research papers 
will be published in the Lecture Notes in Business Information 
Processing, published by Springer Verlag.

The conference also includes an industrial track, providing a forum for 
practitioners to present problems and case studies that have benefited 
from, or could benefit from, Internet technologies in their business.


Submissions are invited in the areas mentioned in the following 
non-exhaustive list:

    Mobile Internet and Applications in society

        * Internet-based collaborative work
        * Business models and Ecosystems
        * eBusiness (B2B, B2C, B2M)
        * eHealth, eEducation, and eGovernment
        * Telecommunication services


        * Organizational transformation
        * Process modeling languages (syntax, semantics, validation)
        * Process adaptation (methods, tools)


        * Service composition
        * Open APIs and mashups
        * Methodologies and Tools
        * Ubiquity management


        * Novel deployment technologies
        * Distributed transactions
        * Recovery
        * Network management


        * Requirements
        * Legal issues
        * Privacy and data protection
        * Identity theft


The conference program will include:
            research paper sessions,
            industrial track

*Important dates*

    Research papers
        August 16, 2010            Full papers due
        September 24, 2010       Notifications sent
        October 18, 2010           Camera-ready copy due 

    Tutorial propositions and Industrial track contributions
        October 18, 2010                       Proposals due
        November 1, 2010         Notifications sent
        December 17, 2010        Tutorial notes due 

        23-26 January, 2011


The conference will take place at hotel Eurotel Victoria in Les 
Diablerets in the Swiss Alps. Located only 2 hours from Geneva, Les 
Diablerets region with its glacier, typical villages and world famous 
destinations, offers postcard Swiss charm. In winter, the region 
features alpine skiing and snowboarding but also cross-country skiing, 
snowshoeing or hiking, day or night sledge runs, ice-skating or curling 

*Further information*
    Conference web site: http://www.mcetech.org
    Instructions to authors: http://www.mcetech.org/submissions.html

Gilbert Babin, Professeur agrégé            mailto:Gilbert.Babin at hec.ca
Technologies de l'information, HEC Montréal
3000, ch. de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montréal (Québec) CANADA H3T 2A7
Tel: +1 (514) 340-6291                           Fax: +1 (514) 340-6132

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