Wednesday, February 11, 2009

3rd NISS2009: 2009 International Conference on New Trends in Information and Service Science

NISS stands for INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEW TRENDS IN INFORMATION AND SERVICE SCIENCE. It is a premium international conference on all areas related to the Theory, Development, Applications, Experiences, and Evaluation of multidisciplinary and Hybrid/Convergent research with consumer-oriented and service-oriented technologies. In this event, researchers from all around the world can share their experience and knowledge.

Scope and Topics: http://www.aicit.org/niss/scope.html

Topics of interest are specified on the scope and topics page. High quality submissions are invited for technical papers describing original unpublished results of theoretical, empirical, conceptual or experimental research. Papers should describe a new contribution to NISS and should support claims of novelty with citations to the relevant literature.

Topic1: SC: Service Computing
Topic2: SIS: Service Oriented Information Science
Topic3: CSE: Consumer and Service Oriented Communication, Network and Electronics
Topic4: IMS: Consumer Oriented Information Management and Service
Topic5: ICS: Service Oriented Industry and Convergence Science

Track 1: Research Results

The purpose of the Research Track is to present and discuss the latest, best, most profound, and most important research results in the research field of Multidisciplinary and Hybrid/Convergent researches with consumer oriented and service oriented technologies.

Track 2: Technical Experiences

The purpose of the Technical Experience Track is to establish a meaningful forum between practitioners and researchers with useful solutions in various organizational environments, diverse systems or different cultures. The Technical Experience Track includes all kind of practical applications which are principles, projects, missions, techniques, tools, methods, processes, and etc. We invite original, unpublished submissions in two categories:
*Case studies
*Experience reports

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