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ICITST-2009: Final Call for Extended Abstracts and Workshop Proposals.




ICITST-2009: Final Call for Extended Abstracts and Workshop Proposals.
ICITST-2009: Final Call for Extended Abstracts and Workshop Proposals.



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FINAL CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACTS AND WORKSHOP PROPOSALS


The 4th International Conference for Internet Technology
and Secured Transactions (ICITST-2009), Technical
Co-Sponsored by IEEE UK/RI Section, November 9.12, 2009,
London, UK (www.icitst.org) 

The 4th International Conference for Internet Technology
and Secured Transactions (ICITST-2009) is co-sponsored  by
IEEE UK/RI Section. The ICITST is an international refereed
conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and
practical implementation of secured Internet transactions
and to fostering discussions on information technology
evolution. The ICITST aims to provide a highly professional
and comparative academic research forum that promotes
collaborative excellence between academia and industry.
The objectives of the ICITST are to bridge the knowledge
gap between academia and industry, promote research esteem
in secured Internet transactions and the importance of
information technology evolution to secured transactions.
The ICITST-2009 invites research papers that encompass
conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance
evaluation. All the accepted papers will appear in the
proceedings published by IEEE and fully indexed by IEEE
Xplore. All the ICITST papers are indexed by DBLP.


The topics in ICITST-2009 include but are not confined to the
following areas:

*  Application of agents
*  Application security
*  Blended Internet security methods
*  Biometrics
*  Boundary issues of Internet security
*  Broadband access technologies
*  Challenges of content authoring
*  Data mining security
*  E-society
*  Globalisation of information society
*  Government, and corporate Internet security policy
*  Internet architecture
*  Infonomics
*  IPSec quality of services
*  Patentability
*  Regulation, self-regulation, and co-regulation Web services
*  Secured database systems
*  Synchronising e-security
*  Software Architectures
*  Technology-enabled information
*  Trust, privacy, and data security
*  Wireless transactions
*  Context-Awareness and its Data mining for Ubi-com service
*  Human-Computer Interface and Interaction for Ubi-com
*  Smart Homes and its business model for Ubi-com service
*  Intelligent Multimedia Service and its Data management for Ubi-com
*  USN / RF-ID for Ubi-com service
*  Network security issues, protocols, data security in Ubi-com
*  Database protection for Ubi-com
*  Privacy Protection and Forensic in Ubi-com
*  Multimedia Security in Ubi-com
*  Quality of Service Issues
*  Authentication and Access control for data protection in Ubi-com
*  Information visualization
*  Web services
*  Service, Security and its Data management for U-commerce
*  New novel mechanism and Applications for Ubi-com
*  Information Management
*  Multimedia Information Systems
*  Information Retrieval
*  Natural Language Processing
*  Digital Libraries
*  Data and Information Quality Management
*  Data Grids, Data and Information Quality
*  Database Management
*  Web Databases
*  Temporal and Spatial Databases
*  Data Mining
*  Web Mining including Web Intelligence and Web 3.0
*  E-Learning, eCommerce, e-Business and e-Government
*  Web Metrics and its applications
*  XML and other extensible languages
*  Semantic Web and Ontology
*  Human-Computer Interaction
*  Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
*  Knowledge Management
*  Ubiquitous Systems
*  Peer to Peer Data Management
*  Interoperability
*  Mobile Data Management
*  Data Models for Production Systems and Services
*  Data Exchange issues and Supply Chain
*  Data Life Cycle in Products and Processes
*  Case Studies on Data Management, Monitoring and Analysis
*  Security and Access Control
*  Embedded Systems
*  Defence Systems
*  Information Content Security
*  Software Architecture
*  System design and verification
*  Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Security
*  Distributed information systems

IMPORTANT DATES

Extended Abstract (Work in Progress) Submission Date: April 30, 2009
Proposal for Workshops and Tutorials: April 30, 2009
Notification of Workshop Acceptance: May 15, 2009
Notification of Extended Abstract Acceptance/Rejection: May 15, 2009
Camera Ready Paper Due: September 01, 2009
Author(s) and Participant(s) Registration: August 01, 2009
Early Bird registration: August 01, 2009
Late registration: September 30, 2009
Conference Dates: November 09-12, 2009


The ICITST also encourages organisations to submit their Job Fair
Booth Reservations and/or Exhibit Proposals. If your organisation
is interested, kindly submit a brief Proposal (not more than 1 side
of A4 page) to jobfair (at) icitst.org

For more details, visit www.icitst.org 


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