MTECS 2009 : Workshop on Mobile Technologies in Enterprise Computing Systems
Call For Papers
Thirteenth IEEE International EDOC Conference
31 August - 4 September 2009, Auckland, New Zealand
Mobile Technologies in Enterprise Computing Systems MTECS 2009
The purpose of MTECS 2009, the International Workshop on Mobile Technologies in
Enterprise Computing Systems is to bring together researchers, IT decision makers, system architects, solution designers and engineers and practitioners interested in enterprise information systems and its applications in the context of mobile technologies.
Call For Papers
With the proliferation of wireless infrastructure, mobile devices and platforms, enterprise information systems are becoming pervasive in nature. The ability to capture and access enterprise information anytime and anywhere and support mobile enterprise services access is becoming critical for the success of the organisation and its users. This workshop seeks contributions on the design, analysis and implementations of mobile integrated solutions for the capture and delivery of enterprise information systems. Papers describing new design methodologies or technologies, requirements analysis, advanced prototyping techniques, system tools, software and techniques, evaluations methodologies and case studies discussing future state-of-the-art directions are encouraged. Papers describing original work are invited in any of the areas listed below.
Workshop Topic Areas
Mobile Enterprise Systems
Mobile Business Intelligence
Mobile Design Framework
Mobile System Design Methodologies
Mobile Implementation Architectures
Mobile Context Management
Mobile and Wireless Networking Technologies for Enterprise
Mobile Web services for Enterprise Systems
Software for Mobile Service
Mobile Event-based Systems for the Enterprise
Security aspects of Mobile Service
Privacy-aware Mobile Middleware
Mobile Applications Development Environment & Tools
Rapid Development Techniques for Mobile Enterprise
Methodology for Mobile Evaluation and Trials
Mobile Enterprise Strategies and Case studies
Guides for authors
MTECS workshop accepts 2 types of papers. Full papers should be limited to 8-10 pages and Short papers should be limited to 4 pages.
All papers submitted to MTECS workshop will be peer reviewed by three reviewers.
Workshop proceedings from past EDOC conferences were published in the IEEE Xplore digital library. It is expected (but this still has to be confirmed) that workshop proceedings from EDOC 2009 will also be published in the IEEE Xplore digital library after the conference.
All papers published in the EDOC 2009 workshop proceedings must be in the IEEE
Computer Society format
http://www.computer.org/portal/pages/cscps/cps/cps_forms.html. It is strongly recommended that all papers are already in this format when they are first submitted to workshops.
At least 1 author of each accepted workshop paper will have to register for the
EDOC 2009 conference and attend the workshop to present the paper. If a paper is not presented in the workshop, it will be removed from the workshop proceedings..
Submission of paper is via the following link:
You will need to create an EasyChair account, in case you don't have one already.
Workshop site: http://mtecs2009.victoria.ac.nz/mtecs2009.html
Workshop papers due:
31 May 2009
Workshop paper acceptance notification:
12 July 2009
Camera-ready workshop papers due:
24 July 2009
If you have any queries you can email to the workshop chair at email@example.com
Dr Tiong-Thye Goh (chair)- Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Siddhartha Bose (co-chair)- Motorola India Research Labs, Bangalore, India
Professor Wee Keong Ng (co-chair) - Nanyang Technological University,Singapore
Professor Vincent C S Lee (co-chair) - Monash University, Australia
Professor Longbing Cao (co-chair) - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Professor Minoru Nakayama - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Shrikant Naidu - Motorola India Research Labs, Bangalore, India
Vicky Liu - Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Adam Hall - Microsoft, New Zealand
Floriano Scioscia - Politecnico Di Bari, Italy
David Parsons - Massey University, New Zealand
Eusebio Scornavacca - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Professor Hans Lehmann - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand