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Deadline: 31/01/2009

4th Euro American Conference on Telematics and Information Systems

4th Euro American Conference on Telematics and Information Systems EATIS 2009 - Prague, the Czech Republic on 3 - 5 June, 2009

For more information: http:// eatis.org/eatis2009

EATIS 2009 is focused a.o. on the communities, contents and technologies of e-Inclusion, e-Government, e-Health, e-Learning, e-Culture, e-Transport and e-Entertainment (local, regional, national and international), Web Semantic, and Web 2.0. In particular, EATIS 2009 encourages the use of Information System (IS), Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Telematics Systems, making it easier for citizens to access government and public services at various levels, without any adverse impact on ethic aspects.

Main Topics of EATIS.org

  • Relationship between the Web Architecture and other computational areas
  • Web-based Systems
  • Distributed Systems
  • Mobile Computing and Applications
  • Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Networks
  • Web Technologies and Society

Preferably discussed areas of EATIS 2009

  • e-transport - specifically Intelligent Transport Systems
  • e - energy production and distribution
  • e - heath care
  • e - government
  • e - learning

Related topics

  • standardization - present stage and expectations
  • certifications processes
  • databases and meta-bases
  • security
  • interoperability
  • performance quantification
  • services monitoring and troubleshooting
  • intellectual property rights

Important Dates

  • Deadline 1 31 January, 2009 Short and Full Papers, Tutorial and Seminars deadline
  • Deadline 2 2 March, 2009 Short and Full Papers, Tutorial and Seminars acceptance notification
  • Deadline 3 27 March, 2009 Camera Ready Papers and Early Registrations deadline
  • Deadline 4 27 April, 2009 Late Registrations deadline
  • 3 - 5 June, 2009 Conference Days

International Journals

EATIS 2009 conference invites short papers, full papers and proposals for tutorials and seminars. All correspondence should be in English language. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. Critical parameters will include originality, significance, relevance, technical soundness, and language clarity.

Publication in ACM-DL and International journals

All accepted papers will be published in the ACM Di gital Library. Authors of the best 20/30 % papers will be invited to submit extended papers, which will be further peer-reviewed for potential inclusion in special issues of the following international journals:

  • Transactions on Transport Sciences
  • Neural Networks World
  • Journal of Mobile Multimedia (JMM)
  • International Journal of Web Information Systems (IJWIS)
  • Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research