Extended deadline for ICEC'01

Dr. Hai Jin hjin at ceng.usc.edu
Tue Oct 17 21:19:57 PDT 2000

Dear All,

Due to requirements from many colleagues, the submission deadline for
ICEC'01 is extended to Oct. 23. Detail information for the paper
submission of ICEC'01 can be found at web site at:

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                         Call for Papers
First International Workshop on Internet Computing and E-Commerce

        San Francisco, California, USA, April 27, 2001 
      (in conjunction with IPDPS'01, http://www.ipdps.org/) 

          URL:   http://andy.usc.edu/icec2001/  or 

Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Technical Committee on 
Parallel Processing, Whizz Technology, in co-operation with IEEE Technical Committee 
on the Internet 
Important Dates: 

  - Manuscript Due:               Extended to October  23, 2000   
  - Notification of Acceptance:   December 19, 2000   
  - Camera Ready Paper Due:       January  22, 2001 

Purpose and Scope:

A number of factors have recently contributed to bring the use of the Internet as a general programming environment closer to
maturity. The Internet is already more widely deployed than any other computing system in history and continues to grow rapidly. New
technologies, including much higher speed wide area network interconnects and improved software support for distribution, promise to
make the Internet much more useful for general purpose distributed computing in the future. 
As a key application on Internet, E-Commerce has gathered tremendous attention and is of interest to managers, users and
researchers. E-Commerce has become an inter-discipline research topic. This workshop is on issues that are computer scientific in
nature, mainly on system infrastructure, middleware support, security, and cryptographic. Only research-oriented papers are solicited
for this workshop. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 

  - Web-based computing 
  - Network Architectures, Operating System, Computing and Management 
  - Design and Analysis of Internet Protocols 
  - Performance Evaluation of the Internet 
  - Quality of Service 
  - Internet Telephony 
  - Mobile Computing 
  - Digital Libraries/Digital Image Collections 
  - Web/User Interface/Multimedia/Video/Audio/User Interaction 
  - Java for Networked E-Commerce 
  - Data Replication, Consistency and Caching Algorithms for the Internet 
  - Traffic Models & Statistics 
  - Web Server Design and Consolidation 
  - Web Monitoring and Documents Management 
  - Internet Security and Cryptographic Issues, Methods and Applications 
  - Digital Certification, Identification and Authentication in E-Commerce 
  - Web-based Storage for E-Commerce 
  - Commerce-oriented Middleware Services 
  - Software Requirements and Architectures for E-Commerce 
  - User Interface Support for E-Commerce 
  - Intrusion Prevention, Detection and Tolerance 
  - Agent Technology for E-Commerce 
  - Parallel Databases and High Performance Reliable Mass Storage Systems 
  - Data Mining for E-Commerce 
  - Decision Making in E-Commerce Environments 
  - E-Commerce Application Case Studies 

Paper Submission

Completed manuscripts may not exceed 12 single-spaced pages of text using 12 point size type on 8.5 x 11 inch pages.
References, figures, tables, etc. may be included in addition to the twelve pages of text. Hardcopy submissions will be accepted, but
files in either PostScript (level 2) or PDF format are strongly encouraged. (Note: Authors need to make sure that the electronically
submitted files will print on PostScript printer that uses 8.5x11 inch paper). 
Paper submission procedure is a web-based submission. Detail submission information will be available at workshop web site.
The Postscript or Adobe Acrobat file can be uploaded to the web site using the web-based procedure. A confirmation will be e-mailed
to the address author provides as soon as the printability of the file will be assessed. 


All papers selected for this workshop by peer-review process will be published in the IPDPS2001 conference/workshop
proceedings by IEEE Computer Society. Selected high quality papers from workshop will be invited to extend and revise for the
publication in a special issue of Journal of Supercomputing. 

Workshop Co-Chair

  Hai Jin 
  Internet and Cluster Computing Lab. 
  Department of EE-System, EEB-104 
  University of Southern California 
  Los Angeles, California, 90089, USA 
  Tel: +1-213-740-643 
  Fax: +1-425-920-8937 
  Email: hjin at ceng.usc.edu 

  Cho-Li Wang 
  Department of Computer Science and Information Systems 
  The University of Hong Kong 
  Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong 
  Tel: +852-2857-8458 
  Fax: +852-2559-8447 
  Email:  clwang at csis.hku.hk 
Program Committee Members

     Ishfaq Ahmad    (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
     Jae-Geun Ahn (Hankyung National University, Korea) 
     Daniel Andresen    (Kansas State University, USA) 
     Hamid Arabnia    (University of Georgia, USA) 
     Matt Bishop    (University of California, Davis, USA) 
     Rajkumar Buyya    (Monash University, Australia) 
     Stefano Ceri    (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) 
     Ming-Syan Chen    (National Taiwan University, Taiwan) 
     Jack Dongarra    (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) 
     Fred Douglis    (AT&T, USA) 
     Anup K. Ghosh    (Reliable Software Technologies, USA) 
     Lee Giles    (The Pennsylvania State University, USA) 
     Kai Hwang (University of Southern California, USA) 
     Hai Jin    (University of Southern California, USA) 
     Chung-Ta King    (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan) 
     Francis Lau    (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
     Young-Soo Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea)
     Choon Seong Leem (Yonsei University, Korea)  
     Ying-Dar Lin    (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan) 
     Guenther Pernul    (University of Essen, Germany)
     H.S. Shahhoseini (Iran University of Science & Technology, Iran)  
     Hong Shen    (Griffith University, Australia) 
     Munindar P. Singh    (North Carolina State University, USA) 
     Chengzheng Sun    (Griffith University, Australia)
     David Taniar (RMIT University, Australia) 
     Chung-Jen Tan    (E-Business Technology Institute, Hong Kong) 
     Yu-Chee Tseng    (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan) 
     Cho-Li Wang    (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong) 
     Zhiwei Xu    (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) 
     Tao Yang    (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA) 
     Philip Yu    (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA) 
     Xiaodong Zhang    (The College of William and Mary, USA) 
     Albert Zomaya    (University of Western Australia, Australia)
     Cheng-Zhong Xu (Wayne State University, USA)

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