European Conference on e-Government (ECEG)
Venue: St Catherines College Oxford
|Event Date/Time: Feb 06, 2002|
|Abstract Submission Date: May 31, 2002|
|Paper Submission Date: Jul 31, 2002|
A list of the papers accepted for the conference will be posted on the Web after the closing date, and when the review committee have considered all the submissions and made their selection.
Built in 1962, St Catherine’s College is one of the newer Oxford Colleges. Conveniently located close to the City centre, but in peaceful surroundings on the banks of the river Cherwell, the college offers comfortable accommodation and well equipped conference rooms.
Registration is from 09h30 on Tuesday 1 October.
Fees include entrance to the conference and a copy of the conference proceedings. Lunch and refreshments are included as well as end of day drinks and conference dinner on the 1st. The conference will close by 17h00 on the 2nd October.
Fees are payable in advance in pounds sterling and are as follows:
Earlybird – must be paid before 31 July 2002
Academics, £325 +VAT at 17.5% = £381.88
Registered students, £199 +VAT at 17.5% = £233.83
Professionals and consultants, £599 +VAT at 17.5% = £703.83
For registrations after 31 July 2002
Academics, £375 +VAT at 17.5% = £440.63
Registered students, £250 +VAT at 17.5% = £293.75
Professionals and consultants, £650 +VAT at 17.5% = £763.75
Earlybird – must be paid before 31 July 2002
Academics, £425 +VAT at 17.5% = £499.38
Registered students, £299 +VAT at 17.5% = £351.33
Professionals and consultants, £699 +VAT at 17.5% = £821.33
For registrations 31 July 2002
Academics, £475 +VAT at 17.5% = £558.13
Registered students, £350 +VAT at 17.5% = £411.25
Professionals and consultants, £750 +VAT at 17.5% = £881.25
To reserve a place, email the Conference Registrar, Charl Walters, at email@example.com. You can also register online at http://www.mcil.co.uk. When registering, please be sure to include full postal address and state which registration package you require. An invoice with payment instructions will then be sent to you. (Payment can be by Sterling cheque, Sterling bank draft, or Visa or MasterCard).
Students need to provide the name of their institution and their student registration number.
As there are a limited number of accommodation packages available you are advised to book these early to avoid disappointment. An information pack with other accommodation and travel options will be sent on registration.
Please refer to the website for cancellation terms and conditions. These can also be obtained on request by contacting Charl Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please pass these details on to any colleagues that might be interested.
Joan Ballantine, Queens University, Belfast, Joan.Ballantine@mail.com
Dr Frank Bannister, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, frank.bannister@tcd,.ie
Professor Egon Berghout, Groningen University, Netherlands, email@example.com
Dr Bill Hutchinson, Edith Cowan University, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Arthur Money, Henley Management College, UK email@example.com
Alan Mullally, Trinity College Dublin firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Rene Pellisier, School of Business Leadership, South Africa email@example.com
Professor Dan Remenyi, Trinity College, Dublin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Roy Williams, University of Reading, email@example.com
Professor Les Worrall, University of Wolverhampton, UK, firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference programme committee consists of key people in the information systems community around the world. The following people have confirmed their participation:
Atta Badii (Northampton University College), Joan Ballantine (Queens University Belfast), Frank Bannister (Trinity College Dublin), Chris Bellamy (Nottingham Trent University), Egon Berghout (Groningen University), Janice Burn (Edith Cowan University), Derek Bond (University of Ulster), Ann Brown (City University Business School), Daewon Choi (UNECE Geneva), Sean Connolly (Revenue Commissioners of Ireland), Anne Davies (Queens University Belfast), Wim van de Donk (Tilburg University), Paul Frissen (Tilburg University), Kevin Grant (Bell College), Chris Guest (Flintshire County Council), Bill Hutchinson (Edith Cowan University), Patrick Gannon (OASIS USA), Mike Jackson (University of Wolverhampton), Steve Jones, (Conwy County Borough Council), Denise Leahy (Trinity College Dublin), Alan Mullally (Trinity College, Dublin), Arthur Money (Henley Management College), Chris Morse (Xansa), Rene Pellissier (School of Business Leadership), David Price (Henley Management College), Dan Remenyi (Trinity College Dublin), Michael Sherwood-Smith (University College Dublin) Ignace Snellen (Erasmus University, Rotterdam), David Taylor (CERTUS), Henry Watermeyer (University of the Witwatersrand), Roy Williams (University of Reading), Les Worrall (University of Wolverhampton).
This call for papers and a preliminary invitation to attend can be found at on the conference section of http://www.mcil.co.uk