Final CFP: 2nd Human.Society@Internet Conference (June 2003 Korea)

Osmar Zaiane zaiane at
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                F I N A L   C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S

        The Second International Human.Society at Internet Conference
                      June 18-20, 2003, Seoul, Korea

                      In cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM
                                          ACM SIGWEB
                                          ACM SIGECOM
                      Under the sponsorship of the
                Internet Technology Research Committee (ITRC)


A printable version of the call for papers could be found at this URL:

Submission Deadline: February 1, 2003

Aims of the Conference
  The Human.Society at Internet conference was first started in May 2000
  with the aim of providing an annual forum for the exchange of ideas
  and research results among professionals and students interested in
  following the expanding uses of the Internet, issues and solutions
  to their possible ill effects, and issues and solutions to supporting
  the uses of the Internet.
  Each year the conference has drawn over 300 attendees. In 2000 and
  2002, the conference was organized as a Korea-only conference, while
  in 2001 it was organized as a Pacific Asia regional conference. In
  2003 the conference will be an international conference involving not
  only the Pacific Asia region, but also North America and Europe.

Areas of Interests
  The conference solicits full-length research or position papers on
  relevant subjects consistent with the aim and themes of the conference.
  The technical themes of the 2003 edition of the conference will
  include the following:

       Track I:  Uses and Ill Effects of the Internet

       1. Key and emerging uses of the Internet, including, but not
          limited to, electronic commerce, mobile commerce, auction,
          online games, entertainment, education, health care,
          governance, etc.
       2. Ill effects from the uses of the Internet, including, but
          not limited to, digital rights violations, frauds in electronic
          commerce, mobile commerce and auctions, identify thefts,
          spam mails, viruses, hacking, cyber terror and cyber
          warfare, invasion of privacy, etc.

       Track II: Technical Solutions to Support the Uses of the
                 Internet and Cure the Ill Effects of the Internet

       3. Technical solutions to better support key and emerging uses
          of the Internet, as mentioned above.
       4. Technical solutions to address possible ill effects from the
          uses of the Internet, as mentioned above.

       Track III: The Next-Generation Internet Technologies

       5. Software and communications technologies for the
          next-generation of the Internet, including, but not limited
          to, wireless communications, optical
          communications, broadband communications, semantic Web,
          adaptive Web, etc.

Proceedings Publisher
  Accepted papers will appear in proceedings published by
  Springer-Verlag as part of their LNCS Lecture Notes in Computer
  Science series. Details about the LNCS/LNAI series can be found at

  The abstracts of accepted papers will be published online to worldwide
  members of ACM SIGCOMM.

Important Dates
  February 1, 2003 Paper Submissions Due
  March 16, 2003 Notice of Acceptance, Rejection to Paper Authors
  April 11, 2003 Camera-Ready Papers and Invited Talk Files Due

Organizing Committee For North America
  (See the web site for other International Organizing Committees)

   General Chair and Publicity Chair North America
     Osmar R. Zaiane, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
   PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and effects of the Internet
     Bongki Moon, Department of Computer Science, University of Arizona
     Program Committee
      Panos Chrysanthis, University of Pittsburgh
      Lorrie Cranor, AT&T Labs-Research
      Alin Deutsch, UC San Diego
      Anhai Doan, UIUC
      Curtis Dyreson, Washington State University
      Walid G. Aref, Purdue University
      Minos Garofalakis, Lucent
      Monika Henzinger, Google
      Zack Ives, University of Pennsylvania
      Arun Iyengar, IBM Research
      Ibrahim Kamel, Panasonic Lab.
      Alex Labrinidis, University of Pittsburgh
      Leo Mark, Georgia Tech
      Prabhakar Raghavan, Verity
      Gisli R. Hjaltason, University of Waterloo
      Richard Snodgrass, University of Arizona
      Wang-Chiew Tan, UC Santa Cruz
      Craig Wills, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

   PC Co-Chair: Communication technologies
     Thomas M. Chen, Department of Electrical Engineering, Southern Methodist University
     Program Committee 
      Kevin Almeroth, UC Santa Barbara
      James Sterbenz, BBN
      Kazem Sohraby, Lucent
      Scott Midkiff, Virginia Tech.
      Robert Filman, NASA
      Sean Moore, Cetacean Networks
      Melinda Shore, Cisco
      Mark Allman, BBN/NASA
      Shigang Chen, University of Florida
      Frank Magee, Lucent
      Ioanis Nikolaidis, U Alberta
      Sudhir Dixit, Nokia Research
      Hongyi Wu, Louisiana U
      Chunsheng Xin, NSU
      Amitabh Mishra, Virginia Tech.

Additional Information
  For additional information, please see the conference web site:
   which will provide additional details as they become available.

   If you have questions about IHSICL-2003, please send electronic mail to
   Osmar Zaiane at zaiane at


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