MKWI: MKWI 2004 - Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik in Duisburg-Essen, 9. bis 11. März 04 - Essen 2003.

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Mobile & Collab
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[Fgcscw] 2nd cfp: Mobile and Collaborative Business: Ambience // deadline extended

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2nd Call for Papers + Extended Deadline: 30.10.2003:

"Mobile and Collaborative Business: Ambience"

Track on the German IS Multi-Conference MKWI 2004
March 9 - 11, 2004, Essen (Germany)

E-Business has seen continuous diversification and development over recent
years. Carefully reflecting present market trends, mobile and collaborative
systems especially are predicted to have a flourishing future. This track,
within the German IS Multi Conference on "Mobile and Collaborative Business"
, focuses on "ambience".  In the future we will see mobile and collaborative
applications closely integrated and offering highly adapted services within
each user's individual context. The variables describing a user context will
extend beyond simple time and location to encompass:  personal preferences,
pending tasks, ongoing activities and so on.  Of course, the
'role-for-the-time-being' of the user - and any corresponding organisational
context will also be relevant.

Knowledge of other users or mobile devices in the (possibly virtual)
neighbourhood, and even bits of information (post-it notes!) recorded by
digital sensors could be integrated within the concept of "ambience".

There are already many examples of useful ambient services in a variety of
areas (e.g. service & support), addressing individuals, small and medium
sized groups, and even larger communities and organisations (see
www.ambient-organizations.org). Using GSM, IrDA, RFID, WLAN and, someday,
even UMTS, the technical infrastructure is already available.

The track aims to offer a description of the state of the art, business
potential and ongoing research in this dynamic field.  The Program Chairs
would especially warmly welcome original papers focussing on:  pilot
projects, prototype developments, innovative concepts for values added
services, state-of-the-art reports, empirical or theoretical work in the
field.  In addition, the call for papers extends to welcome general,
technical and/or scientific papers addressing issues of mobile and
collaborative business (see the list of subject items below - which should
not be taken to be an exhaustive but merely an indicative list).

Program chairs
Prof. Dr. J. Felix Hampe (hampe@uni-koblenz.de)
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schwabe (schwabe@ifi.unizh.ch)
in cooperation with GI-FG 5.14 (Computer Supported Co-operative Work)
and MARC (Mobile Application Research Center): www.marc-group.org .

Indicative list of topics
-- Mobile Communities
-- Ambience and Communities
-- Concepts for Context / Situation and Adaptivity
-- Personalisation
-- Mobility and Ambience in Customer Relationship Management
-- Collaborative Filtering for Mobile Services
-- Ambient Teams
-- Ambient Learning
-- Ambient Organizations
-- Smart Things and Appliances
-- Security Problems and Solutions in Mobile Infrastructures
-- Interconnection of Mobile Network Platforms
-- Mobile Working Environments
-- Business Considerations of Mobile Collaboration
-- Business Models for Innovative VAS

Deadlines
30.10.2003 submission of papers (extended, was 20.10.2003)
01.12.2003 notification of acceptance
01.01.2004 submission of camera-ready final papers

Conference Publication
We intend to publish all accepted papers within a professionally published
book.

Guidelines for submissions can be found via:
http://www.gi-ev.de/LNI/autorenrichtlinien/autorenricht-ueb-de.shtml
including a word-template. The submissions should either be in English or
German. They will be peer reviewed and should not exceed 10-15 pages,
submitted only by email to the contact address given below.

Contact and Submission Address:
Prof. Dr. J. Felix Hampe
University Koblenz-Landau, Postbox 201602; D-56016 Koblenz
E-Mail: hampe@uni-koblenz.de

Program Committee
Dr. Stefan Eulgem, T-Mobile, D
Dr. Andreas Fasbender, Ericsson Eurolab, D
Prof. Dr. Elgar Fleisch, University St. Gallen, CH
Prof. Dr. Stefan Kirn, University Hohenheim, D
Prof. Dr. Gabriele Kotsis, University Linz, A
Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar, TU Munic, D
Prof. Dr. Franz Lehner, University Regensburg, D
Dr. Kathrin Möslein, TU Munic, D
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Oppermann, Fraunhofer-Institute FIT, Bonn, D
Prof. Dr. Kai Rannenberg, University Frankfurt /M., D
Prof. Dr. Detlef Schoder, WHU Koblenz, D
Prof. Dr. Petra Schubert, FHBB Basel, CH
Prof. Dr. Paul Swatman, Deakin-University, Melbourne, AU
Prof. Dr. Volker Wulf, University Siegen, D

Kind regards
/JFH

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J. Felix Hampe, Professor      
mailto:hampe@uni-koblenz.de
Inst. IS Research, Dept. of Informatics
University of Koblenz-Landau
Postbox 201602; D-56016 Koblenz, Germany
Fon : +49(0)261-287.2524 Fax: -287.1002524
http://www.uni-koblenz.de/~iwvi

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