2011 IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE 2011)October 19-21,2011,beijing,china.


The 8th IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE 2011, http://conferences.computer.org/icebe/) is a prestigious conference which is initiated from 2003 by the IEEE Technical Committee on E-Commerce.

ICEBE is a high-quality international forum for researchers and practitioners from different areas of computer science and information systems to exchange their latest findings and experiences, as well as to help shape the future of IT-transformed consumers, enterprises, governments and markets.

The conference scope spans the areas of Web, databases, service science, multimedia, information systems and electronic marketplaces. The main tracks include but not limited to:

• Internet of Things (IoT)

Legal perspectives in IoT-based business service IoS (Internet of Services) plus IoT New business models and value map

Auto-organization on context, exchange or supply chain

• Cloud Computing Track

Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, Application as a Service Extreme scalability, high availability, elasticity, and reliability in a cloud Multi-tenancy, security and privacy in clouds Programming models and transaction models for the cloud

Cloud business support services and operational support services

• Software Engineering for e-Business Track

Design methods, tools and science for e-business Models, platforms and applications for e-business Components, services and solutions for e-business

Aspects of green business and green commerce

• Data and Knowledge Management for e-Business Track

Data and knowledge engineering for e-business Workflow and business process tools and management for e-business Semantic Web, Web 2.0, and business intelligence Stream processing, complex event processing and continuous queries e-business marketing, data mining, and relationship management Machine learning, cybernetics, and agents for e-business services management

Knowledge management and e-learning

• Service Engineering Track

SOA business modeling and governance SOA enterprise architecture, service bus and federated architecture SOA business process management and orchestration

Grid services

• Integration and Collaboration Track

Collaboration technologies and applications for e-business Semantic integration for e-business (e.g. integration of e-business vocabularies, documents and processes) E-business functions integration (e.g. integrating functions of e-marketing, e-trade, e-payment and e-logistics) Engineering electronic marketplace and supply chain Virtual marketplace engineering in virtual world

Social computing for electronic and virtual marketplaces

• Security, Privacy and Open Source Track

Security, privacy and trust methods and solutions for enabling e-business Open source technologies and components for e-business Open source version management

Authentication in e-business

• Mobile and Pervasive Commerce Track

Mobile and pervasive methods, applications and integrated solutions Sensor systems and RFID applications Ubiquitous information access Context awareness and smart environments Resource discovery of mobile services 3G technology and services for e-business

Social networks and social behaviour modelling in mobile and pervasive commerce

• Green Supply Chain, Business and RFID Track

RFID and automation Carbon footprint, accounting and trading Energy efficient computing and enabling technologies Green business, organization, technology and practices Green ecosystems and sustainable development Green logistics and supply chain management

Standards, regulations, and legal issues

• Business Analytic and Optimization Track

Decision support for e-business Real-time analytics for e-business Modeling and simulation of e-businesses Applications of predictive modeling to e-business

E-business process optimization

• Industrial Experiences and Applications Track

Online Services, E-Business Platform, E-Business/E-Commerce

Related to any of the topics above, highlighting large-scale applications, and persistent and emerging real-world challenges

The conference will take place on 19-21 October, 2011 at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. In addition to paper presentations from the delegates, the program includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, and several co-located Workshops and Symposiums.The conference is internationally sponsored and supported by many universities and organizations including the following listed.

General Chairs

Juanzi Li, Tsinghua University, China

Jen-Yao Chung, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA

General Vice Chair

Yinsheng Li, Fudan University, China

Program Chair

Philip Yu, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Program Vice Chair

Xu Bin, Tsinghua University, China

Organized by

IEEE Computer Society - Technical Committee on Electronic Commerce

Hosted by

Tsinghua University

Sponsored by

IEEE Computer Society (Approval Pending)