EATIS 2006 - Euro-American Conference on Telematics and Information Systems (EATIS 2006)

Venue: Santa Marta

Location: Santa Marta, Colombia

Event Date/Time: Feb 07, 2006 End Date/Time: Feb 10, 2006
Registration Date: Oct 01, 2005
Early Registration Date: Sep 01, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Sep 01, 2004
Paper Submission Date: Oct 01, 2004
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An important objective will be the dissemination of knowledge and experience related to the topics outlined in the main conference agenda. In particular, the conference will promote the relevant state-of-the-art technologies that can potentially provide key research directions to young researchers and new research groups. Another equally important aspect of the conference will be to focus on access to innovation as one of the essential first steps in the research process.

Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

The Relationship between the Web and other computational areas
Software Engineering and Web Information Systems
Frameworks and software architectures for Web based-systems
Web-based Artificial Intelligence
Intelligent Agents
Knowledge Acquisition and Representation
Information Retrieval and Filtering
Data and Text Mining
Automatic Control Web-based systems
Metrics Quality Assurance
Human Computer Interface and Modern User Interfaces
Authentication and/or repudiation Systems
Web Security
Web based Systems
(Semantic) Web Services
Automatic discovery of Web services
Choreography of Web services technologies
Proof and Trust on the Semantic Web
Merging/Aligning/Combining Ontologies
Semantic Web applications
Semantic interoperability
Domain mark-up languages (XBRL, HR7, etc.)
Relational Databases/XML bridges
Native XML Databases
Vertical-Domain Applications (ITS, Healthcare, Law,etc.)
Enterprise Applications Integration (EAI)
Distributed Systems
Middleware Systems for Grids and Cluster
Semantic Grid
Software tools for Cluster and Grids
Grid-based Problem Solving Environments
Computational and Information Grid Architectures and Systems
Scientific, Engineering, and Commercial Grid Applications
Programming Models, Tools, and Environments
Performance Evaluation and Modeling
Portal Computing / Science Portals
Distributed Artificial Intelligence
Multi-agent systems in information integration
Information and Topology in Neural Networks
Mobile Computing and Applications
Internet access and applications
Mobile Multimedia
Multi-modal architectures and applications
M-Commerce, M-Learning and M-Entertainment
Location Bases Services
Data mining concepts for location based services
Security and privacy in location based services
GPS applications
MMS frameworks and architectures
In-car and GIS based systems
Video-conferencing and Tele-presence
Context aware applications
Adaptative filters for navigation and tracking
Security and Quality of Mobile Internet Applications
Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Networks
Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Internet
Performance evaluation of wireless networks
Wireless systems simulation
Design methodologies for wireless systems
Quality of Service (QoS)
Security in sensor networks
Mobility management in next generation networks
Web Technologies and Society
Intellectual Rights
Web accessibility
Web Information systems for Disabled
Web internationalisation
Web information systems for citizens
E-Government, E-learning, E-Business
Electronic Bank
Biometrics techniques and privacity
Internet strategies based on the Internet
Videoconferencing and Tele-presence
Preservation of Digital Culture
Medical Informatics
Business Intelligence Applications


Additional Information

The EATIS2006 conference invites research papers as well as proposals for panels, tutorials, and invited sessions. The official language for the conference will be English. Simultaneous translation for the conference will be provided (depending on funding). Authors are requested to register their abstracts electronically by September 1, 2005 and full papers by October 1, 2005. Full papers must not exceed 10 pages whilst panels and special sessions should be restricted to 3 pages. Papers must be formatted according to the author guidelines set down by IEEE computer society: IEEE guidelines Tutorials, demos, and posters must conform to the format instructions outlined on the conference web site. Submissions should be in PDF or MS Word formats. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. Critical parameters will include originality, significance, relevance, technical soundness, and language clarity.