Abramowicz, Witold; BIS: BIS 2004 - 7th International Conference on Business Information Systems, BIS 2004, Poznań, Poland, April 21-23 2004, The Poznań University of Economics, Department of Management Information Systems, Poznań, Poland 2004.

THEMES: Abramowicz, Witold | BIS
YEAR: 2004
 
TAEN: e-Negotiations
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2nd CALL FOR PAPERS:

Theory and Applications of e-Negotiations (TAEN'04)

http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/taen04/

PDF version at: http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/taen04/TAEN_CfP.pdf


The TAEN'04 workshop will be held in conjunction with the *7th
International Conference on Business Information Systems BIS 2004*, in
Poznan, Poland, April 21-23, 2004. BIS 2003 took place in Colorado
Springs; BIS 2004 will be hosted by the Poznan University of Economics.
More about BIS can be found at: http://bis.kie.ae.poznan.pl/


Aims and Scope
----------------------
The TAEN'04 workshop is an international forum for presentation of, and
discussion about, theoretical and practical results in e-negotiations
and related areas.

In the context of economy globalization, the use of information and
communication technologies in negotiation processes increases. Software
agents conduct some negotiations other systems mediate and support them.
As economical actors are increasingly interconnected, and the amount of
information exchanged between actors is rapidly increasing, data
overflow threatens new economical models emerging from the use of
e-negotiations. Tools enabling efficient negotiations in this highly
concurrent environment are needed for multinational enterprises spread
in many countries, and SMEs and public organizations, which are working
in an increasingly international environment.

The workshop aims at bringing together researchers from different
disciplines, developers, and users interested in the critical success
factors of e-negotiations systems, and looking for new business and
research cooperation opportunities. Papers presenting novel results
concerning e-negotiations and exploratory presentations that examine
open questions and raise fundamental concerns about existing theories
are solicited.

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
Selected papers will be considered for publication in Group Decision
and Negotiation Journal and Decision Systems Journal.


Suggested Topics
----------------------
We invite research papers, work-in-progress reports and industrial
experiences describing advances in all areas of e-negotiation
applications, including, but not limited to:

* Theoretical foundations of e-negotiations
* Applications of game theory to e-negotiations
* Combinational auctions
* Novel approaches to design and development of e-negotiation systems
* Automated e-negotiations
* Behavioural studies of e-negotiators
* Communicational approaches to e-negotiations
* Negotiation support systems
* Ontologies for e-negotiations
* Negotiation protocols
* Decision-making models for negotiating agents
* Security in e-negotiations
* E-trading and e-procurement


Important dates
----------------------
* Submission deadline: Dec 15, 2003
* Notification: Feb 15, 2004
* Final Version: Mar 10, 2004
* Conference: Apr 21-23, 2004


Workshop organizers
----------------------
General Chair
Wojciech Cellary
The Poznan University of Economics,
Poland
cellary@kti.ae.poznan.pl
http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/

Program Co-Chairs
Gregory Kersten
University of Ottawa and
Concordia University, Canada
gregory@jmsb.concordia.ca
http://interneg.org/~gregory/

Willy Picard
The Poznan University of Economics
Poland
picard@kti.ae.poznan.pl
http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/


Program Committee Members
----------------------
Jean-Marc Andreoli, Xerox Research Centre Europe, France
Stefania Castellani, Xerox Research Centre Europe, France
Francisco Javier Estaire, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Lutfar Khan, Victoria University, Australia
Mark Klein, MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
Hsiangchu Lai, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Winfried Lamersdorf, University of Hamburg, Germany
Han La Poutré, National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer
Science, Netherlands
Benchaphon Limthanmaphon, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Thailand
Wee Keong Ng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Mareike Schoop, RWTH, Germany
Michael Stroebel, BMW Group, Germany
Christof Weinhardt, University of Karlsruhe, Germany


Paper Submission
----------------------
Papers must be submitted electronically to taen04@kti.ae.poznan.pl in either
Microsoft Word or RTF file format. 50-70-word abstract should be included at
the beginning of the paper which size should be up to *5000 words*.


Conference Venue
----------------------
Poznan is in the mid way between Warsaw and Berlin. It is the historic
capital of Great Poland, the cradle of the Polish nation. With more than
120.000 students, Poznan is one of the largest academic centers in Poland.

Poznan has many interesting historical buildings. Its main architectural
relic is the late 13th-century town hall, later enlarged in the
Renaissance style. The town hall is surrounded by old merchant houses
that altogether form a picturesque Old Market. The monumental gothic
cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul towers above the Ostrow Tumski Island.
In its golden Byzantine style chapel the remains of the first Polish
kings Mieszko I and Boleslaw the Brave have been laid to rest.


Traveling to Poznan
----------------------
Poznan can be reached in several easy ways. Direct flights are from
Frankfurt, Vienna and Copenhagen. Alternatively, from Warsaw one can
either fly to Poznan with a domestic airline or take a 2 hour 40 minute
train ride. From Berlin, it is also approximately a 3-hour train ride to
Poznan.

Visa is not required for citizens from USA and most European countries.
For other countries, please contact the nearest Polish consulate.


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CALL FOR PAPERS
Theory and Applications of e-Negotiations (TAEN'04)
http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/taen04/

The TAEN'04 workshop will be held in conjunction with the 7th International Conference on Business Information Systems BIS 2004, in Poznan, Poland, April 21-23, 2004. BIS 2003 took place in Colorado Springs; BIS 2004 will be hosted by the Poznan University of Economics. More about BIS can be found at: http://bis.kie.ae.poznan.pl/

Aims and Scope

The TAEN'04 workshop is an international forum for presentation of, and discussion about, theoretical and practical results in e-negotiations and related areas.

In the context of economy globalization, the use of information and communication technologies in negotiation processes increases. Software agents conduct some negotiations other systems mediate and support them. As economical actors are increasingly interconnected, and the amount of information exchanged between actors is rapidly increasing, data overflow threatens new economical models emerging from the use of e-negotiations. Tools enabling efficient negotiations in this highly concurrent environment are needed for multinational enterprises spread in many countries, and SMEs and public organizations, which are working in an increasingly international environment.

The workshop aims at bringing together researchers from different disciplines, developers, and users interested in the critical success factors of e-negotiations systems, and looking for new business and research cooperation opportunities. Papers presenting novel results concerning e-negotiations and exploratory presentations that examine open questions and raise fundamental concerns about existing theories are solicited.

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected papers will be considered for publication in Group Decision and Negotiation Journal and Decision Systems Journal.

Suggested Topics

We invite research papers, work-in-progress reports and industrial experiences describing advances in all areas of e-negotiation applications, including, but not limited to:

  • Theoretical foundations of e-negotiations
  • Applications of game theory to e-negotiations
  • Combinational auctions
  • Novel approaches to design and development of e-negotiation systems
  • Automated e-negotiations
  • Behavioural studies of e-negotiators
  • Communicational approaches to e-negotiations
  • Negotiation support systems
  • Ontologies for e-negotiations
  • Negotiation protocols
  • Decision-making models for negotiating agents
  • Security in e-negotiations
  • E-trading and e-procurement
Important dates
  • Submission deadline: Dec 15, 2003
  • Notification: Feb 15, 2004
  • Final Version: Mar 10, 2004
  • Conference: Apr 21-23, 2004
Workshop organizers

General Chair
   Wojciech Cellary

   The Poznan University of Economics,
   Poland
   
cellary@kti.ae.poznan.pl
   
http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/

Program Co-Chairs
   Gregory Kersten

   University of Ottawa and
   Concordia University, Canada
   
gregory@jmsb.concordia.ca
   
http://interneg.org/~gregory/

   Willy Picard

   The Poznan University of Economics
   Poland
   
picard@kti.ae.poznan.pl
   
http://www.kti.ae.poznan.pl/

Program Committee Members

Jean-Marc Andreoli, Xerox Research Centre Europe, France
Stefania Castellani
, Xerox Research Centre Europe, France
Francisco Javier Estaire
, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Lutfar Khan
, Victoria University, Australia
Mark Klein
, MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
Hsiangchu Lai
, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Winfried Lamersdorf
, University of Hamburg, Germany
Han La Poutr?
, National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, Netherlands
Benchaphon Limthanmaphon
, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Thailand
Wee Keong Ng
, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Mareike Schoop
, RWTH, Germany
Michael Stroebel
, BMW Group, Germany
Christof Weinhardt
, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Paper Submission

Papers must be submitted electronically to taen04@kti.ae.poznan.pl in either Microsoft Word or RTF file format. 50-70-word abstract should be included at the beginning of the paper which size should be up to 5000 words.

Conference Venue

Poznan is in the mid way between Warsaw and Berlin. It is the historic capital of Great Poland, the cradle of the Polish nation. With more than 120.000 students, Poznan is one of the largest academic centers in Poland.

Poznan has many interesting historical buildings. Its main architectural relic is the late 13th-century town hall, later enlarged in the Renaissance style. The town hall is surrounded by old merchant houses that altogether form a picturesque Old Market. The monumental gothic cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul towers above the Ostrow Tumski Island. In its golden Byzantine style chapel the remains of the first Polish kings Mieszko I and Boleslaw the Brave have been laid to rest.

Traveling to Poznan

Poznan can be reached in several easy ways. Direct flights are from Frankfurt, Vienna and Copenhagen. Alternatively, from Warsaw one can either fly to Poznan with a domestic airline or take a 2 hour 40 minute train ride. From Berlin, it is also approximately a 3-hour train ride to Poznan.

Visa is not required for citizens from USA and most European countries. For other countries, please contact the nearest Polish consulate.