Call for Papers and Proposals

 

The Second International Human.Society@Internet Conference

http://hsi.ewha.ac.kr/conf/2003/

 

June 18-20, 2003, in Seoul, Korea

 

Attention please: this version of the CfP is for the East European region; see details how to submit a paper in this region at the end of the document

 

 

Background and Aim of the Conference

 

The Human.Society@Internet conference was first started in May 2000 with the aim of providing an annual forum for the exchange of ideas and research results among professionals and students interested in following the expanding uses of the Internet, issues and solutions to their possible ill effects, and issues and solutions to supporting the uses of the Internet. Each year the conference has drawn over 300 attendees. In 2000 and 2002, the conference was organized as a Korea-only conference, while in 2001 it was organized as a Pacific Asia regional conference. In 2003 the conference will be an international conference involving not only the Pacific Asia region, but also North America and Europe.

The original aim of the conference holds true today. However, the technical themes of the 2003 edition of the conference are organized around three tracks as follows:

Track I:  Uses and Ill Effects of the Internet

1.                 key and emerging uses of the Internet, including, but not limited to, electronic commerce, mobile commerce, auction, online games, entertainment, education, health care, governance, etc.

2.                 ill effects from the uses of the Internet, including, but not limited to, digital rights violations, frauds in electronic commerce, mobile commerce and auctions, identify thefts, spam mails, viruses, hacking, cyber terror and cyber warfare, invasion of privacy, etc.

Track II: Technical Solutions to Support the Uses of the Internet and Cure the Ill Effects of the Internet

3.                 technical solutions to better support key and emerging uses of the Internet, as mentioned above.

4.                 technical solutions to address possible ill effects from the uses of the Internet, as mentioned above.

Track III: The Next-Generation Internet Technologies

5.                 software and communications technologies for the next-generation of the Internet, including, but not limited to, wireless communications, optical communications, broadband communications, semantic Web, adaptive Web, etc.

 


Submitting Papers, Proposals for Tutorials and Panels, and Applications for Exhibits[1]

 

**  The Proceedings of the accepted papers will be published as a book in Springer Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series.

 

 

Due Date:  February 1, 2003

Medium:   email only (no hardcopy, no fax)

Papers: A paper may be a research paper or a position paper. It must be written in English. Suggested length is 10-20 double-spaced, single-column pages. Papers from a country which is represented by a PC should be submitted to the Country PC Co-Chair, and to either of the Global PC Co-Chairs (simultaneously). Papers from a country for which there is no designated Country PC Chair should be submitted to either of the Global PC Co-Chairs.

Proposals for Tutorials and Panels: Proposals should include, in English, a half-page description and outline; names, affiliations, and biographical sketches of the speakers. Proposals should be submitted to the Global Tutorials Chair and Global Panels Chair, respectively, and either of the Global PC Co-Chairs (simultaneously).

Applications for Exhibits: Applications to exhibit at the conference should include, in English or Korean, a description of the products to be exhibited, and space needs. One or more 6-foot table tops are planned for each exhibitor. The cost of space, and setup and tear down (including any electrical work) will be borne by the exhibitors. An exhibits application should be submitted to the Global Exhibits Chair.

 

Key Dates

 

February 1, 2003     Paper and Proposal Submissions Due

March 16, 2003               Notice of Acceptance/Rejection to Paper Authors

April 11, 2003                Camera-Ready Papers and Invited Talk Files Due

May 6, 2003                  Online Pre-Registration Starts

June 6, 2003                  Online Pre-Registration Closes

June 18, 2003                  Conference Starts

June 20, 2003                  Conference Ends (Friday)

 

 

Conference Venue

 

The Conference will be held in Korea Education Culture Center, in Seoul, Korea. Seoul is the capital of Korea and is one of the largest and most vibrant cities in the world, with 12 million people. Korea was the host of the 1988 Olympic Games, and, with Japan, co-host of World Cup 2002.

 

 


Conference Sponsors

 

Ewha Institute of Science and Technology, Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

Ministry of Information and Communications, Korea

Ministry of Education, Korea

Korea Research Foundation

 

 

 

Human.Society@Internet Steering Committee

 

Prof. Dong-Sub Cho, Ewha Womans University, Korea

dscho@ewha.ac.kr

 

Prof. Hyoung-Joo Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

hjk@oopsla.snu.ac.kr

 

Dr. Won Kim, Cyber Database Solutions, MaxScan, USA (Co-Chair)

won.kim@cyberdb.com

 

Prof. Yoon-Joon Lee, KAIST, Korea

yjlee@cs.kaist.ac.kr

 

Prof. Tok-Wang Ling, National University of Singapore, Singapore

lingtw@comp.nus.edu.sg

 

Prof. Seung-Soo Park, Ewha Womans University, Korea

sspark@ewha.ac.kr

 

Dr. Kwan-Ho Song, Korea Network Information Center, Korea (Co-Chair)

khsong@nic.or.kr


Country/Region Program Committees

 

North America

:

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and effects of the Internet)

Prof. Bongki Moon, Department of Computer Science,

University of Arizona at Tucson

                        bkmoon@CS.Arizona.EDU

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Prof. Thomas M. Chen, Department of Electrical Engineering,

Southern Methodist University,

                        tchen@engr.smu.edu

 

Europe

 

Western Europe:

 

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. Donald Kosmann, Chief Technology Officer, I-TV-T Internet

TV Transaction AG, and Prof. at Technical University of Munich

                        kossmann@informatik.tu-muenchen.de

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Dr. Enrico Gregori, Research Director, Institute for Informatics and Telematics

                        enrico.gregori@cnuce.cnr.it

 

Eastern Europe:

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. Sergei Kuznetsov, Institute for System Programming, Russian Academy of Sciences

                        kuzloc@ispras.ru

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

                        Dr. George Samaras, University of Cyprus

                        cssamara@cs.ucy.ac.cy

 

Korea

 

(Global PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. Chin-Wan Chung, Department of Computer Science, KAIST

                        chungcw@cs.kaist.ac.kr

 

(Global PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Prof. Chong-Kwon Kim, School of Computer Science and Engineering,

Seoul National University

                        ckim@popeye.snu.ac.kr

 

Pacific Asia

 

Australia:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Tharam Dillon, Head, Department of Computer Science and

Engineering, La Trobe University

                        hod@cs.latrobe.edu.au

 

China:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Junsheng Long, Guang Hua Management School,

Peking University

                        jlong@gsm.pku.edu.cn

 

Hong Kong:

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. Hong Va Leong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

                        cshleong@comp.polyu.edu.hk

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Prof. John Lui, Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
Chinese University of Hong Kong

                        cslui@cse.cuhk.edu.hk

 

India:

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. B.H. Jajoo, Indian Institute of Management

                        jajoo@iimahd.ernet.in

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Dr. V.P. Gulati, Director, Institute of Development and Research in Banking

 Technology (IDRBT)

                        vpgulati@idrbt.ac.in

 

Indonesia:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Adhi Susanto, Gadjah Mada University

                        dani@ugm.ac.id

 

Japan:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Shingo Ichii, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences

Tokyo University

                        ichii@ms.u-tokyo.ac.jp

 

Malaysia:

(PC Co-Chair: Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet)

Prof. Kok-Meng Yew, Senior Manager, Multimedia Development Corporation

                        yewkm@mdc.com.my

 

(PC Co-Chair: communication technologies)

Dr. Sze-Wei Lee, Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering,

Multimedia University

                        swlee@mmu.edu.my

 

New Zealand:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Howard H. Frederick, New Zealand Center for Innovation & Enterpreneurship, UNITEC Faculty of Business

                        hfrederick@unitec.ac.nz

 

Singapore:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Kian-Lee Tan, Dept. of Computer Science

National University of Singapore,

                        tankl@comp.nus.edu.sg

 

Taiwan:

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Timothy K. Shih, Chair, Dept. of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Tamkang University

                        tshih@cs.tku.edu.tw

 

(PC Co-Chair) Prof. Sing-Ling Lee, National Chung-Cheng University

                        singling@cs.ccu.edu.tw

 


Conference Global Organizing Committee

 

General Chair:

Dr. Won Kim, CEO of Cyber Database Solutions and MaxScan, Austin, Texas, and

Dean of Ewha Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea

won.kim@cyberdb.com

 

Co-General Chair:

Dr. Kwan-Ho Song, President, Korea Network Information Center

khsong@nic.or.kr

 

Co- General Chair:

Prof. Tok-Wang Ling, Department of Computer Science, ,

National University of Singapore

lingtw@comp.nus.edu.sg

 

Korea General Chair:

Prof. Sang-Ho Lee, Dep. of Computer Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University

shlee@ewha.ac.kr

 

Global Tutorial Chair:

Prof. Jee-In Kim, Konkuk University

jnkm@kkucc.konkuk.ac.kr

 

Global Tutorial Co-Chair:

Prof. SooWon Lee, Soongsil University

swlee@comp.ssu.ac.kr

 

Global Panels Chair:

Prof. Choong Seon Hong, Kyung Hee University

cshong@khu.ac.kr

 

Global Publicity Chair:  

Prof. Sung-Bae Cho, Yonsei University

sbcho@cs.yonsei.ac.kr

 

Global Exhibits Chair:

Prof. Jongho Nang, Sogang University

jhnang@ccs.sogang.ac.kr

 

 


Country/Region General Chairs and Publicity Chairs

 

North America

 

Prof. Osmar Zaiane, Computer Science Department,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

zaiane@cs.ualberta.ca

 

Europe

 

Western Europe

Dr. Fausto Rabitii, Research Director ISTI(Information Science and Technology Institute), National Research Council of Italy

Fausto.Rabitti@cnuce.cnr.it

 

Eastern Europe

Prof. Lenoid A. Kalinichenko, Institute of Informatics Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences

leonidk@synth.ipi.ac.ru

 

Pacific Asia

 

Australia

Prof. Elizabeth Chang, Department of Computer Science,

University of Newcastle

chang@cs.newcastle.edu.au

 

China

Prof. Qiwen Wang, Vice Dean, Guang Hua Management School,

Peking University

wqw@gsm.pku.edu.cn

 

Hong Kong

Prof. Qing Li, Department of Computer Science,

City University of Hong Kong

ITQLI@cityu.edu.hk

 

India

Prof. Nandal L. Sarda, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering,

Indian Institute of Technology

nls@cse.iitb.ernet.in

 

(Publicity Chair) Mr. M.D. Agrawal, Bharat Petroleum,

                        agrawalmd@bharatpetroleum.com

 

Indonesia

Prof. F. Soesianto, Gadjah Mada University

fhsoes@mti.gadjahmada.edu

 

(Publicity Chair) Dr. Ismail Khalil Ibrahim, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria

                        ismail.khalil-ibrahim@gmx.at

 

Japan

Prof. Shinji Shimojo, Cybermedia Center, Osaka University

shimojo@cmc.osaka-u.ac.kp

           

Korea

Prof. Sangho Lee, Dep. of Computer Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University

shlee@ewha.ac.kr

 

Malaysia

Dr. CheeSing Yap, CEO, myCTO Sdn Bhd

yapcs@tm.net.my

 

New Zealand

Prof. Donald Joyce, Program Director, Master of Computing, UNITEC Faculty of Business
djoyce@unitec.ac.nz

Singapore

Prof. Tok-Wang Ling, Department of Computer Science, National University of Singapore

lingtw@comp.nus.edu.sg

 

(Publicity Chair) Prof. Suliman Hawamdeh, School of Communication and Information 

Nanyang Technological University ,

                        assuliman@ntu.edu.sg

Taiwan

Prof. Chin-Chen Chang, Dept. of Computer Science and Information Engineering

National Chung Cheng University

ccc@cs.ccu.edu.tw

 

 


Function Chairs in Korea

 

Registrations Chair:

Prof. Eui-Kyeong Hong, University of Seoul

ekhong@venus.uos.ac.kr

 

Registrations Co-Chair:

Prof. Sung-Hee Kang, Myongji University

kangsh@mju.ac.kr

 

Local Arrangements Chair:

Prof. Minsoo Lee, Ewha Womans University

mlee@ewha.ac.kr

 

Local Arrangements Co-Chair:

Dr. Joo-Young Park, Ewha. Womans University

sindy@ewha.ac.kr

 

Finance Chair:

Prof. Jae-Kwang Lee, Hannam University

jklee@netwk.hannam.ac.kr

 

Finance Co-Chair:

Prof. Youngsong Mun, Soongsil University

mun@comp.ssu.ac.kr

 

Proceedings Chair:

Prof. Myung Kim, Ewha Womans University

mkim@ewha.ac.kr

 

Proceedings Co-Chair:

Dr. Weon Kim, Technical Support Department, Korea Network Information Center

wkim@nic.or.kr

 

Treasurer:

Prof.Miseon Kang, Ewha Womans University

KANGMS@ewha.ac.kr

 

Webmaster:

Ms. Seung-Lim Yong, Dep. of Computer Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University

dragon@ewha.ac.kr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important details for submitting papers in the East European region

 

With this specific version of the CfP we solicit papers from the countries of the Eastern Europe including Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia. The papers related to the Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet should be submitted to Prof. Sergei Kuznetsov (PC Co-Chair in Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet). The papers related to communication technologies should be submitted to Prof. George Samaras (PC Co-Chair in communication technologies). The papers will be peer-reviewed by the respective Program committees for the East European region listed below. The authors will be informed on acceptance/rejection before March 16, 2003 by the respective PC Co-Chairs.

 

General Chair for the Eastern Europe

 

Prof. Lenoid A. Kalinichenko, Institute of Informatics Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences

leonidk@synth.ipi.ac.ru

 

 

East European PC for Web technologies, uses and ill effects of the Internet

 

PC Co-Chair

 

Prof. Sergei Kuznetsov, Institute for System Programming, Russian Academy of Sciences

kuzloc@ispras.ru

 

PC members

Irina Athanasiu (Romania)

Andras Benczur (Hungary)

Avram Eskenazi (Bulgaria)

Ahto Kalja (Estonia)

Tadeusz Morzy (Poland)

Pavol Navrat (Slovakia)

Jaroslav Pokorny (Czech Republic)

Laimutis Telksnys (Lithuania)

Valery Vasenin (Russia)

Tatjana Welzer (Slovenia)

 

East European PC for communication technologies

 

PC Co-Chair

 

Prof. George Samaras, University of Cyprus

cssamara@cs.ucy.ac.cy

 

PC members

Andreas Pitsillides (Cyprus)

Wojciech Burakowski (Poland)

Sandor Molnar (Hungary)

Branka Zovko-Cihlar (Croatia)

Eugenie Staicut  (Romania)



[1] See please the instructions of submitting papers in the East European region at the end of the document