Workshop on Engineering E-Business (email@example.com)
Mon, 09 Jul 2001 15:53:39 +0100
[This call has been sent to several distribution lists, our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement. Please forward this announcement to anybody who you think may be interested.] *** FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION *** Workshop on Engineering e-Business Systems 17-18 July 2001 University of Kent at Canterbury, UK http://www.cs.ukc.ac.uk/eebw The workshop aims to consider the issues surrounding the development and adaptation of e-Business systems. It features a mixture of experienced industrial and academic speakers, and provides plenty of opportunity for discussion and interaction amongst participants. One goal of the workshop is to establish a research agenda in the area, driven from an industrial perspective. Speakers include: Keith Bennett (University of Durham) Derek Coleman (RosettaNet & HP) Steve Cook (IBM B2C Practice) John Daniels (Syntropy Ltd.) Yves Deswarte (LAAS/CNRS) Nigel Edwards (HP Internet Security Solutions Division) Wolfgang Emmerich (University College London) Jose Fiadeiro (University of Lisbon) Stuart Kent (University of Kent at Canterbury) Morris Sloman (Imperial College) Alan Cameron Wills (Trireme International Ltd.) Andrew Watson (OMG) Chris Winter (IBM Global Services) The workshop will have four sessions, each session lasting a half day, and at the end of each session there will be a panel to encourage a lively exchange of ideas. Who should attend? Practitioners and academics trying to find answers to these questions: What are the current, and likely long-term, problems faced by industry? What solutions have researchers been proposing, and how appropriate are they? Detailed information of the workshop, including preliminary programme, registration and accommodation, is available at: http://www.cs.ukc.ac.uk/eebw Further information contact: Stuart Kent (+44 1227 827753) or Rogerio de Lemos (+44 1227 823628), or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The workshop is being organised by the Software and Systems Engineering Group, in the Computing Laboratory at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK.