BCGIn 2011 : The 2011 International Conference on Business and Global Informatization
Call For Papers
The 2011 International Conference on Business Computing and Global Informatization(BCGIn 2011) will bring together researchers, educators, and business practitioners in the areas of business computing and global informatization to exchange ideas and explore innovations. The goal of the conference is to advance and promote new business computing technologies, methodologies, and practices in the age of global informatization.
BCGIn 2011 will have invited keynote lectures and contributed presentations to report on
the latest developments and future expectations in business computing and global informatization.
Any contributions related to business computing and global information are welcome. In particular, the topics of BCGIn 2011 will include, but are not limited to, the
(*)E-Marketing and E-Commerce;
(*)Logistics and Supply Chain Management;
(*)WWW and Business Applications;
(*)Enterprise Resource Planning;
(*)Data and Knowledge Management;
(*)Business and Social Networks;
(*)Theories of Management and Management Science;
(*)Applications of Business Computing;
(*)Information Technology for Business;
(*)Information Propagation and Monitoring;
(*)Information Security and Data Privacy;
(*)Theories for Global Informatization;
(*)Trends and Cases in Global Informatization;
(*)Infrastructures of Informatization;
(*)Next Generation Web and Semantic Web;
(*)Web of Things;
(*)Global Informatization and Economy;
(*)Informatization and City;
(*)Techniques and Applications in Global Informatization.
We will also entertain papers concerning the computational and mathematical foundations of business and informatization, including but are not restricted to:
(*)Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence;
(*)Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining;
(*)Fuzzy Systems and Applications;
(*)Theories and Applications of Databases;
(*)Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing;
(*)High Performance Business Computing;
(*)Cloud Computing with Business Applications;
(*)Networking and Information Connectivity;
(*)Mathematical Foundations of Business Computing.
How to Contribute
Please prepare your research paper of no more than 4 pages in IEEE conference proceedings paper format. For paper submission, please use the Microsoft Academic Conference Management Service at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/BCGIN2011/ to submit
your papers. A paper should be submitted as a single PDF file. The IEEE manuscript templates for conference proceedings can be downloaded from http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/pubservices/confpub/AuthorTools/conferenceTemplates.html. Please use the US Letter template.
Subbmitted papers should be in English and contain unpublished contributions to computational and information sciences. Please note that we only accept a paper for peer review with the understanding that the paper has not been published elsewhere and has not been submitted for consideration of publication elsewhere.
All accepted papers are expected to be published by IEEE CPS in the IEEE conference proceedings (pending approval). IEEE CPS will send all published papers to EI and ISTP for indexing. The proceedings in CD will be available to the attendees during the conference. After the conference, selected papers will be considered
for publication as special issues in several journals. Guest editors and suggested journals are welcome. Those papers will go through the standard rigorous refereeing procedure established by the individual journals. Additional page charges by the
journals are the responsibility of the authors.
Best Student Papers
Excellent papers whose main authors are graduate students will be judged and selected by the Student Paper Award Subcommittee of the Scientific Committee for their
scientific merits. Up to five (5) best student papers may be selected for the BCGIn Student Paper Awards.
After the final submission of the papers, the student author should ask his/her advisor to send an e-mail to Dr. Jun Zhang (email@example.com) stating that the student author is a full-time student and is the major contributor of the paper. The advisor should
also comment on the merits of the paper.
The winners of the BCGIn Student Paper Awards will be presented with award certificates and a certain amount of cash at the conference. (The winners must attend the conference and present the papers in person.)
Professor Jun Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org)