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Call for Paper ICESA 2007 International Conference on Enterprise Systems and Applications

The 2007 International Conference on Enterprise Systems and Applications (ICESA 2007) will be held in Taipei, Taiwan, December 12 and 13, 2007. It intends to provide a forum for researchers, developers, vendors, educators, decision makers and users who are active and interested in enterprise software, systems and applications. The conference program will enable them to exchange ideas, identify needs and challenges, disseminate innovations and new developments, report experiences and foster interactions and collaborations. In addition to sessions of technical papers and panel discussions, the conference also plans to have tutorials and industry exhibitions. You are invited to submit research papers and experience reports in all areas related to enterprise software, systems and applications. Topics of interest include but not limited:

●Enterprise applications, e.g., ERP, CRM, EIP and SCM
●e-service and application architecture and software
●Service-oriented, component-oriented and model-driven architectures
●Languages and tools for business process modeling, definition, and management
●Techniques and tools for workflow definition, validation and verification
●Enterprise computing middleware components and architectures
●Enterprise application integration and business-to-business integration
●Domain specific enterprise computing concepts and practices
●Evaluation and assessment

Important Dates
●June 8, 2007 Proposals for special sessions and tutorials due
●July 1, 2007 Paper submission deadline
●September 17, 2007 Notification of acceptance
●November 2, 2007 Camera-ready copy of acceptance papers due

More details: https://icesa.openfoundry.org/

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