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- Subject: SCI2002 "Business Process Modeling and Integration for Dynamic e-Business" SessionCall For Papers
- From: "Jian Wang" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 09:29:21 +0800
I would like to invite you to participate in a proposed session named
"Business Process Modeling and Integration for Dynamic e-Business" in the
Sixth Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
(SCI2002), which will be held in Orlando, Florida, USA, from July 14 -18,
2002. You can find information about the SCI2002 conference from conference
web page http://www.iiis.org/sci2002/, or http://www.iiisci.org/sci2002/.
Invited by SCI2002 conference, we are proposing this session to widely
gather acadamic research, practices and industry experiences for
rapid/flexible/efficient BPM and BPI solutions for e-business with dynamic
features. This call-for-paper is to invite you to take part in the
dedicated session and to share your experiences, insights and practices.
Being one of the significant organization in XML and e-business technology
domain, we strongly welcome your ideas or papers, and we believe your
active participating will bring interesting and valuable contents to the
session and help to make this session more successful.
If you are interested in participating the session, please send us your
position paper, extended abstract or paper draft before April 1. The paper
acceptance notification will be delivered no later than April 20. Once your
paper is accepted, the camera-ready copy is required to submit before May
20 to comply with the SCI2002 conference deadline.
Please find detailed information for the session in the following Call for
Please, could you deliver the Call for Papers I am sending you to people
who might be interested in your organization?
If the deadlines are tight and you need more time, let me know about a
suitable time and I will inform you if it is feasible for us.
Helen (Lei) Zhang
IBM China Research Lab
4F, Hao Hai Building, #7, 5th Street, Shang Di, Beijing, 100085, China
TEL: 86-10-62986677 ext. 536
CALL FOR PAPERS
BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING AND INTEGRATION FOR DYNAMIC E-BUSINESS
THE 6th WORLD MULTI CONFERENCE ON
SYSTEMICS , CYBERNETICS AND INFORMATICS
July 14 - 18, 2002
Orlando , Florida, USA
Session Chair: Helen (Lei) Zhang
Technical Sponsor: IBM China Research Lab
WHY THE SESSION?
E-business today is going more and more dynamic due to global market
opportunities and dramatic technology evolution. There is emerging
requirement for the dynamic adaptation of e-business processes and
associated systems to support changing business strategies and diversified
Business Process Modeling(BPM) and Business Process Integration (BPI)
solutions, although originated from internal business processes, found
themselves under great requirement whereas even stronger challenge to adapt
well in B2B integration domain. What will be the key capabilities needed
for BPM/BPI solutions under dynamic e-business and how they can be carried
out? It is the key problem this session is addressing and seeking answers
for from academic researches, practices and industrial solutions.
The session focuses on how BPM/BPI theories, methods and solutions could
meet the dynamic feature of e-business environment with their speediness
and flexibility. The following suggested topics are not exclusive. Other
related topics are also welcome.
#1. Business Process Modeling and Management focusing on public
processes cross entity boundaries
#2. Value/effects of Business Processes in Business Integration/Alliance
#3. Rapid/Flexible Business Process Integration: research, practices,
Participation of both, researchers and practitioners is strongly
Papers may be submitted on: research in science and engineering, case
studies drawn on professional practice and consulting, and position papers
based on large and rich experience gained through executive/managerial
practices and decision-making.
Those interested in participating in the session, please, contact the
Dr. Helen (Lei) Zhang to:
Early notification for interests to contribute paper to the session is
POSITION PAPERS, EXTENDED ABSTRACTS AND PAPER DRAFTS SUBMISSION
Position papers, extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent taking
into account the following Format:
1. Paper title.
2. Position paper, extended abstract of 500 to 1500 words and/or paper
drafts of 2000 to 5000 words, in English.
3. Authors and/or co-authors with names, addresses, telephone and fax
numbers, and e-mail addresses.
4. In PDF format.
Position papers, extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent by
e-mail, attaching it to the following e-mail addresses:
If you get problems to submit your paper through the email address above,
please also send it to
April 1, 2002: Submission of position papers, extended abstracts (500-1500
words) or paper drafts (2000-5000 words).
April 20, 2002: Acceptance notifications.
May 20, 2002: Submission of camera-ready papers: hard copies and electronic
PAPERS REVIEWING AND PUBLICATION
Submitted papers will be reviewed. Accepted papers, which should not exceed
six single-spaced typed pages, will be published by means of paper and
electronic proceedings. They will follow the same publication process as
SCI2002 conference papers.
Best papers will be selected for awards and might be recommended for
Multiple author books will be published by IIIS based on, the best-invited
sessions, the best focus symposia or the best mini-conferences and the
topic of the papers.
As can be laterly included as a part of the SCI2002 conference program,
please find the program details, registration and conference fee
information from the SCI2002 conference web page:
Dr. Helen (Lei) Zhang (Session Chair)
E-mails: firstname.lastname@example.org (conference)
Answers to specific questions of the session can also be requested by
SCI2002 conference details can be found at the Conference web page: