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SFISE 2010 : 2010 International Seminar on Future Internet Socio-Economics

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Link: http://www.cets2010.com/2010sfise/
 
When Aug 14, 2010 - Aug 15, 2010
Where Ottawa
Submission Deadline Jul 5, 2010
Categories    artificial intelligence   communications   data mining   socio-economics
 

Call For Papers

An in-depth change in Internet is growing and being ready to meet future needs. However, far reaching technological innovations can only be successfully deployed, if their non-technical issues and business potential are taken into account. Any new technology, no matter how excellent, can only succeed in the market if it satisfies, in a sustainable way, the needs of current or potential future users.

Therefore, the aim of this seminar is to present and discuss challenges and perspectives related to "socio-economic" issues in the Future Internet. Socio-economics aims to understand the interplay between the society, economy, markets, institutions, self-interest, and moral commitments. It is a multidisciplinary field using methods from economics, psychology, sociology, history, and even anthropology. Socio-economics of networks have been studied for over30 years, but mostly in the context of social networks instead of the underlying communication networks.

This two-day seminar on Future Internet Socio-Economics will be held at Carleton University in Ottawa August 2010. Prominent economist, mathematicians and Internet experts will be paired to review the frontiers in the subject area and to share economic insights regarding future research directions in this growing research area. This seminar is designed to provide a venue for researchers to get substantive and beneficial feedback on their work. The extensive seminars included all the aspects of recent research. Furthermore, some case studies will be presented in two-hour seminars on areas of industrial excellence.

Proceedings are planed to be published in the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems (SCI/SSCI index).

Topics of interest include Future Internet networks, services, users, providers, business models, pricing, markets, QoS, trust, user identity, privacy, content, user, behaviour, P2P networks, standardization, regulations, value chains, customization, nternet governance, but are NOT limited to, the following:

Future Internet Development Concepts and Frameworks
Future Internet Infrastructures for Development
Future Internet Policy
Future Internet for Business Development
Future Internet for Health
Future Internet and social implications: experiences and prospects
Perceptions of the impact of Internet on people, organizations and society in the future
The impact of Future Internet upon various social communities
Measuring Future Internet impact and return on investment


The formal proceedings are planned to be published as a volume in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing series. Authors of accepted papers are required to submit the final, camera-ready versions of their papers after the conference in LNBIP format. Each participant will receive a copy of the final proceedings.

Prospective authors are requested to submit at liuyide@connect.carleton.ca.


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