[Air-l] Fw: Call for Papers

Mike Ayers michael.ayers at manhattan.edu
Wed Jun 11 11:51:01 PDT 2003


Might be of some interest...



> CALL FOR PAPERS
> 
> International Conference on Socio Political Informatics and
> Cybernetics:
> Pista '03
> July 31, August 1-2, 2003 - Orlando, Florida, USA
> Jointly with The International Conference On Computer, Communication
> And
> Control Technologies: CCCT '03
> 
> http://www.confinf.org/Pista03
> 
> Pista '03 Organizing Committee invites authors to submit their original
> and
> unpublished works, innovations, ideas based on analogical thinking,
> problems that require solutions, position papers, case studies, etc.,
> in
> the fields of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). ICT
> researchers are invited to present their research results.
> Practitioners and consultants are invited to present case study papers
> and
> innovative solutions. Corporations are invited to present political
> information systems and software based solutions. Public servers are
> invited to present case studies, information systems developed for
> specific
> purpose, and innovative ideas and designs. Political and social
> scientists
> are invited to present research or position papers on the impact and
> the
> future possibilities of ICT in Societal systems and political
> processes.
> Politician and political consultants are invited to present problems
> that
> might be solved by means of ICT, or solutions that might be improved
> by
> different approaches and design in ICT.
> 
> All are invited to organize panel or invited sessions. Panel sessions
> with
> panelists coming from both: ICT researcher/practitioners and political
> consultants or politicians are highly encouraged.
> 
> Submitted papers must describe work not previously published. They must
> not
> be submitted concurrently to another conference with refereed
> proceedings.
> 
> Pista '03 Organizing Committee invites authors to submit their original
> and
> unpublished works, innovations, ideas based on analogical thinking,
> problems that require solutions, position papers, case studies, etc.,
> in
> the fields of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). ICT
> researchers are invited to present their research results.
> Practitioners
> and consultants are invited to present case study papers and
> innovative
> solutions. Corporations are invited to present political information
> systems and software based solutions.
> Public servers are invited to present case studies, information
> systems
> developed for specific purpose, and innovative ideas and designs.
> Political
> and social scientists are invited to present research or position
> papers on
> the impact and the future possibilities of ICT in Societal systems and
> political processes. Politician and political consultants are invited
> to
> present problems that might be solved by means of ICT, or solutions
> that
> might be improved by different approaches and design in ICT.
> 
> All are invited to organize panel or invited sessions. Panel sessions
> with
> panelists coming from both: ICT researcher/practitioners and political
> consultants or politicians are highly encouraged.
> 
> Submitted papers must describe work not previously published. They must
> not
> be submitted concurrently to another conference with refereed
> proceedings.
> 
> You can find complete information about the conference in our web page
> http://www.confinf.org/Pista03
> 
> 
> * Pista '03 ORGANIZATION
> 
> General Chair: Prof.: Jose Vicente Carrasquero
> Organizing Committee Chair: Prof: Frederik Welsch
> 
> Organized by the IIIS: The International Institute of Informatics and
> Systemics
> 
> * CONFERENCE AREAS AND TOPICS
> 
> * Informatics And society
>      Social Informatics. Cyber-Civics.
>      Digital Libraries.
>      Communicating Culture. Culture Shifts and the Transformation of
> Politics.
>      Digital Cities.
>      Global E-Quality. E-Development.
>      Internet and society. What is New about the New Media.
>      Societal and political impact of Mobile communications.
>      Politics and the Internet. Politics in Mediatized Cultures.
>      Computer mediated Communications. Political Communication and
> Public
> Spheres.
>      Informatics for Education. Computer Mediated Education. The
> e-literate
> society.
>      Networking Schools, Universities and Communities.
>      Citizenship in the Information Society. Citizenship, New Media
> and
> Political Action.
> * Informatics, Voting and Political Parties
>      Informatics and Political Campaigns.
>      Online Campaigning. On-line Polling. Political Advertising.
>      Leaders, Elections and Parties and New Media. Informational
> Power.
>      E-democracy and E-participation. Democracy and New Media.
>      The effects of mobile communication on public participation and
> political mobilization.
>      Political Information.
> * Informatics And Government
>      Electronic Government. Web-Enabled Government. Local
> E-government.
>      Telematics for Development. Telematics as Agent of Social Change.
>      Open Source for National and Local eGovernment Programs.
>      Citizens and Public Administration in the Information Age.
>      Open Source for National and Local eGovernment Programs.
>      Political Forces shaping Innovations and Diffusion of Information
> and
> Communication Technologies. Information Politics. The Politics of Inf.
>      E-administration. E-public services. Web Self-Service in the
> Public
> Sector.
>      E-Gov. Information Assurance.
>      Process Models and Software for E-democracy. E-communities.
>      Software for Dialog and Argumentation.
>      Intergovernmental Informatics.
>      Citizens and Governance in an Open Knowledge-Based Society.
>      E-reality and E-economy.
>      Cyberspace Security.
> * Ethical and Legal Issues related to Informatics
>      Ethical, Legal and societal Challenges of Cyberspace.
>      Legal Informatics.
>      Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.
>      Cyber-Ethics. Ethical issues in computing and Informatics.
> 
> 
> * ABSTRACTS AND PAPER DRAFTS SUBMISSION FORM
> 
> Papers might be submitted via web page
> http://www.confinf.org/Pista03/WebSite2003/Submission.asp, as extended
> abstracts (500-2000 words) or as full papers drafts (2000-5000 words).
> 
> Reviews will be done for both kinds of submissions.
> 
> Invited Sessions proposals can be done filling the form given in the
> web
> page http://www.confinf.org/Pista03/InvitedSession2003/organizer.asp
> 
> More information about Invited Sessions Organization could be found at
> the
> web http://www.confinf.org/Pista03/WebSite2003/ISOrganization.asp
> 
> 
> * IMPORTANT DATES
> 
> June 15, 2003: Submission of extended abstracts (500-1500) words or
> paper
> drafts (2000-5000) words.
> 
> June 15, 2003: Invited session proposals.
> 
> June 25, 2003: Notifications of Acceptance.
> 
> July 05, 2003: Submission of final versions: hard copies and
> electronic
> versions.
> 
> July 31, 2003: Conference Starts
> 
> August 2, 2003: Conference Ends
> 
> Some invited sessions might have a different timetable according to
> its
> organizer and chair
> 
> 
> * PAPERS REVIEWING AND PUBLICATION
> 
> Submitted papers will be reviewed. Accepted papers, which should not
> exceed
> six single-spaced typed pages, will be published by means of paper and
> electronic
> proceedings. Authors of accepted papers must sign a copyright release
> form.
> ral Informatics. Cyber-Civics.
>  
> 
> * REGISTRATION FEES
> 
> The registration fees will be $290 before the deadline, and $340 after
> the
> deadline.
> 
> This fee will include exclusively:
> 
> * A CD-ROM version of the Proceedings
> * One volume of the hard copy version of the Conference Proceedings.
> * Coffee breaks
> * Welcome Reception
> 
> Each registration fee might include just one paper, which presentation
> will
> be included in the conference program and published in the conference
> proceedings.
> 
> 
> * AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT
> 
> The only audiovisual equipment provided for most meetings will be an
> overhead projector and a screen. Video projection or any other
> equipment,
> if needed, will have to be supplied by the presenter.
> 
> 
> * CONFERENCE CONTACT
> 
> Details can be found at the Conference web page:
> http://www.confinf.org/Pista03
> 
> Answers to specific questions can also be requested by e-mail:
> 
> pista@ confinf.org
> sec.pista@ confinf.org
> 
> We are looking forward to meeting you at Pista '03 conference, in
> Orlando.
> 
> Organizing Committee
> 





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