ICETE: ICETE-2004 - 1st International Conference on E-Business and Telecommunication Networks. Setúbal (Portugal) 2004, on August 25-28. 2003.

YEAR: 2003
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LABEL: Communication | e-Business | Wireless
PLACES: Portugal | Setúbal
TIME: 2004
Extended CfP 29.02.04
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LAST CFP to ICETE-2004 - Deadline Extended

Last Call for Papers
Int'l Conference on E-Business and Telecommunication Networks
In cooperation with IEEE/COMSOC, ACM/SIGMIS and IEICE/SWIM
24-28 August 2004
Setubal, Portugal

> New Submission deadline: February 29


The conference is composed of 4 main tracks:
1.Global Communication Information Systems and Services
2.Security and Reliability in Informations Systems and Networks
3.Wireless Communication Systems and Networks
4.Multimedia Signal Processing

ICETE-2004 will be held in cooperation with the IEEE/COMSOC, ACM/SIGMIS and IEICE/SWIM.

All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings (book and CD-ROM) under an
ISBN. Furthermore, the best papers of the conference will be published in a book, by Kluwer
Academic Publishers.

The conference program includes a list of keynote lectures as well as several tutorials, to be
lectured by distinguished international researchers.

ICETE-2004 will have the following satellite workshops:
* Workshop on TCP and MAC Protocols in Wireless and Wired Networks
* Workshop on Web Applications in the Industry and Effects on the Business Performance
* Workshop on Electronic Government, and Commerce: Design, Modeling, Analysis and Security
* Workshop on Security in VoIP Networks

Additional information about sub topics, dates, paper submission procedure and workshops, can
be found at the conference website (

Please don't hesitate to contact us by email, should you have any question.

Best regards,
Monica Saramago
(ICETE Secretariat)

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