2009 IEEE Toronto International Conference Science and Technology for Humanity

viernes, 29 de mayo de 2009

2009 IEEE Toronto International Conference Science and Technology for Humanity
(TIC-STH 2009)


September 27-29 2009, Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre, Toronto, Canada

Symposium on Human and Socio-Cultural Service Oriented Computing

The primary aim of the symposium is to provide a forum that examines the technology, application and management of Service Oriented Computing for the benefit of mankind. Unlike other Software Engineering conferences and journals, where the issues are generally technical, this symposium will focus on obtaining solutions that promote the good of society. As in the case of any Engineering product, the end result is only valuable if the scientific, corporate and social
goals are aligned.

Call for Papers
Papers are invited in the areas related to Service Oriented Computing, but are not limited, to security, privacy, protection, trust and governance, service composition, ontology and semantic techniques, and Web Services modeling, development, usability and evolution. Examples of areas under which papers are sought include:

- Environmental and sustainability management
- Healthcare, homecare, aging, seniors and special needs support
- Global, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary applications
- Clinical decision support design, development and implementation
- Management of emerging health care technologies
- Telemedicine
- Technologies for cultural heritage dissemination
- Technologies to promote local community development
- Platforms to facilitate access to basic services and interactivity
- Digital inclusion
- Socio-technical issues of IS/IT governance
- QoS for human aspects in Service Oriented Computing
- Open Government
- Free Software

All submissions must conform to the TIC-STH 2009 submission policy and should be
in English language.

Symposium Technical Program Committee

Miriam A. M. Capretz, University of Western Ontario, Canada


Maria Beatriz Felgar de Toledo, University of Campinas, Brazil
Mark Perry, University of Western Ontario, Canada

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