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    Title : CFP: The Tenth Workshop on E-Business (WEB 2011) (Shanghai, China)
    Author : Administrator
    Post Date : 05/08/2011
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    Call for Papers
    The Tenth Workshop on E-Business (WEB 2011)
    December 4, 2011, Shanghai, China

    New advances of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) continueto rapidly transform how business is done and change the role of information systems in business. E-business technologies and applications are also stimulating new business models and redefining relations and processes within and across business organizations. As a premier conference on e-Commerce and e-Business, the 10th Annual Workshop on E-Business (Web 2011) will be held in Shanghai International Convention Center on Dec. 4, 2011.

    The purpose of WEB workshop is to provide an open forum for e-business researchers and practitioners worldwide to explore and respond to the challenges of next-generation e-Business systems, share the latest research findings, explore novel ideas, discuss success stories and lessons learned, map out major challenges, and collectively chart future directions of e-business.

    The theme of WEB 2011 is E-Life: Web-enabled Convergence of Commerce, Work, and Social Life. The ubiquity of digital devices is fast dismantling the barriers between commercial, work, and social activities. Consequently, shifts in managerial principles and practices are emerging in organizations, as Generation M or the Net Generation joins the workforce. Similarly, businesses are adopting lessons learned from social networks and social computing. This marks a striking contrast to the pre-Web eras where technology emanated from the workplace with limited impact on personal or social activities. Many exciting research questions are emerging. We thus call on IS researchers and IT practitioners to explore the phenomenon and stimulate the discourse on E-Life.

    We invite original research articles with a broad coverage of technical, managerial, economic, or strategic issues relating to E-Life. Specifically we are encouraging submissions on issues that include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Cloud and Grid Computing for E-Services
    Collaborative Systems and Applications
    E-business System Architectures and Standards
    Economics of E-Commerce
    Enterprise Web mining, Web analytics, and business intelligence
    Mobile Commerce and Technologies
    Multi-agent Systems and Context-aware Technology
    Online Security Informatics and Privacy Issues
    Organizational Implications of Electronic Markets
    Service oriented E-Business
    Social Networks and Social Computing applications
    Supply Chain Management
    Technology Convergence and the Impact on E-life

    All papers must be written in English, submitted online, and will be blindly reviewed. We solicit both completed research and short research-in-progress submissions. Complete research papers should be no more than 12 pages in length, including the abstract, text, figures, tables, and references. Short research-in-progress papers should not exceed 7 pages. The abstracts of all accepted papers will be published in the printed workshop program. All papers that are presented in the conference will be published in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing published by Springer. Authors of some selected papers will be invited to submit the extended versions of their work to a special issue of Decision Support Systems and the Journal of Information Systems and e-Business Management.

    Important dates:
    Deadline for paper submission: September 9, 2011
    Notification of Acceptance: Oct 16, 2011
    Deadline for final camera-ready version of accepted papers: November 4, 2011
    Deadline for early registration: November 4, 2011
    Deadline for regular registration: November 23, 2011
    Workshop date: December 4, 2011

    Organizing Committee:
    Honorary Chair
    Andrew B. Whinston, University of Texas at Austin, USA

    Conference Chair
    Michael J. Shaw, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

    Program Co-Chairs
    Dongsong Zhang, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
    Christian Wagner, City University of Hong Kong
    Wei T. Yue, City University of Hong Kong

    Local Arrangement Co-Chairs
    Zhangxi Lin, Texas Tech University, USA & Southwestern University of
    Finance and Economics, China
    Jie Lin, Tongji University, China
    Jia Li, East China University of Science and Technology, China