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IESS 2010 : First International Conference on Exploring Services Sciences

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Conference Series : International Conference on Exploring Services Science
 
Link: http://iess.unige.ch/
 
When Feb 17, 2010 - Feb 19, 2010
Where Geneva, Switzerland
Submission Deadline Oct 1, 2009
Notification Due Nov 25, 2009
Final Version Due Dec 15, 2009
Categories    service   science   design   engineering
 

Call For Papers

Services Science is not a cosmetic change of existing things. Introduced by IBM in 2002, it has now emerged and matured in a true trans-disciplinary atmosphere. Encompassing disciplines not only in management and engineering, it also draws from disciplines such as social and cognitive sciences, law, ethics, economics etc. to address the theoretical and practical aspects of the challenging services industry and its economy.

Services Science leverages methods, results and knowledge stemming from these disciplines towards the development of its own concepts, methods, techniques and approaches thus creating the basis for true trans-disciplinary gatherings and the production of trans-disciplinary results. Services Science is building a concrete framework for trans-disciplinary purposes.

Thus “service” must be considered in this conference with its multiple facets: economic, organizational, social, collective, ontological, regulatory, secure, etc. and also, of course, implemented by means of informatics. Sometimes it is referred to as information services to distinguish its restricted meanings in various disciplines like Economy or Informatics.

The goal of this first conference is to build upon this growing community to further study and understand this emerging discipline. Academics, researchers and practitioners of all disciplines are expected to contribute their results and approaches to Services Science in a trans-disciplinary setting. In order to achieve the best possible mix of disciplines and their representation, the conference is structured around Service research topics, which are trans-disciplinary and around Service contexts, which are more disciplinary oriented.

The contributions should address one or several topics, be grounded in one or several contexts and be open to trans-disciplinary approaches.

Research topics

Research Topics are directly extracted from the Services.
Contributions addressing more than one topic are encouraged.
Here is a first preliminary (not limited to) list of subtopics for each :

1. Service innovation
Value models
Innovation/Creation process
Business trends
Technological trends
People trends
Service innovation and strategy

2. Service exploration
Consumer service needs modelling.
Supplier service modelling.
Business services requirements modelling.
Service information & process modelling.
Service exploration process.

3. Service design
Service design methodologies and patterns
Service and re-design of organization of activities
Service co-design environments, tools
Requirements oriented towards services
Design of complex services
Service compliance with laws and regulations
Service security and safety

4. Service engineering
Ontologies and interoperability
Web-services, Service-oriented architectures
Ubiquitous & mobile computing
Service orchestration, choreography, composition.
COTS, Enterprise architectures…
Service security and safety engineering

5. Service sustainability
- IT service management:
IT governance
Compliance with laws and regulations
- IS service management:
Project management for IS services, Service evolution
QoS management (e.g. performance, trust, security, utility, usability)
Business intelligence
- Service management:
Service operations & marketing
Services and strategy
Future trends in services

Contexts of the contributions

The contexts of the contributions reflect the trans-disciplinary atmosphere of Services Science and the particular role of information technology (IT) in them: they are organized along four main dimensions:
- the first one addresses Services on a disciplinary/sector basis;
- the second one covers IT;
- the third one addresses the emergent foundations of the Science of Services;
- the last one covers aspects of governance and management.
Contributions addressing more that one of these themes are encouraged.

1. Sectors and services
Contributions are sought from specialists to help uncover how, as specialists in their own sectors, they implicitly or explicitly use this notion of Services.

Here is a first preliminary (not limited to) list of sectors. Services in:
- Public administration, Government and Citizen
- Banking, Finance and Insurance Services
- Food and Agriculture
- Geo localization
- Education
- Entertainment
- Healthcare
- Environment and Sustainable Development
- Legal
- Engineering
- Linguistics
- Culture
- Tourism and Hospitality

2. IT and services

Information Technology (IT) is traditionally structured around isolated or siloed services. Services Science has now opened a whole scientific domain where such technologies offer opportunities for emerging interoperable scientific knowledge patterns among them as well as with other disciplines.
Contributions are sought from specialists to help uncover how to integrate IT into a trans-disciplinary process geared towards the development and management of Services.

Here is a preliminary (not limited to) IT list:
- Mobiles, ubiquitous and ambient technologies
- Multimedia technologies
- Grid and utility computing
- SOA
- Security
- Collaborative systems
- Social networking systems

3. Foundations of Services Science

Given the variety of contexts for Services, it is necessary to study, build and strengthen the scientific foundations of Services Science. Contributions are sought to discover what is the common knowledge, what are the common scientific frameworks and methodologies of Services Science.

Here is a list (not limited to) of topics:
- Service evolution and customization
- Service for interoperating knowledge of various disciplines
- Ontologies for services
- Interoperable services, composition of services
- Integration of services into information systems
- Integration services into organisations
- Collaborative and trans-disciplinary methods for developing services
- Service methods, service life cycle
- Service economics
- Service governance, risk and compliance
- Security, trust in services

4. Governance and management

Fully dematerialized organisations and societies require revisiting and adapting, through trans-disciplinary approaches, theories and practices, which have dominated product oriented economies in the past. Contributions are sought from specialists to set up the fundamentals of such dematerialized organizations at the global level and to analyze the transformation process of product-oriented economies towards service-oriented economies.

How do we market and monetize services?
What is supply chain in services?
What is service risk management?

Here is a list (not limited to) of topics in governance and management of dematerialized organisations and societies:
- Human Resources
- Marketing
- Finance, accounting and cost accounting
- Planning and forecasting
- Strategy and innovation
- Logistics
- Business administration
- Management of Services

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