Organized by:
INSTICC
and
WITRC
from Westminster University


Sponsored by:



in cooperation with:


The Second International Workshop on Electronic Government and Commerce: Design, Modeling, Analysis and Security
(EGCDMAS-2005)
in conjunction with The Second International Conference on E-Business and Telecommunication Networks
3-7 October - Reading, U.K.

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Theme:
The rapid growth of e-commerce and the need to deploy efficient e-government solutions are raising new research questions. The important ones are centered around solution development, asset protection, trust and privacy, and strategy and policy formulation. EGCDMAS workshop is soliciting papers on all aspects related to the analysis, design and implementation of solutions for e-government and e-commerce. The workshop offers the opportunity for both academics and practitioners to share models, ideas and experiences.

Topics:
We invite papers describing both theoretical and applied research including, but not limited to, the following topics:

Security models and risk management
Authorization, delegation, and access control
Privacy, anonymity, and data protection
Intrusion, denial of service and attack detection and response
Security in content distribution
Strategy and policy formulation of e-government
Automated negotiation and bargaining
Payment and exchange protocols
E-government and e-commerce engineering
Accounting and auditing
Discovery, promotion, and brokering

Submission of Papers
Authors should submit their full papers in English with up to 10 one-Column pages per paper, using the submission instructions indicated in the ICETE main web page at http://www.icete.org/. Accepted papers will be published in a workshop proceedings book with an ISBN number.

Important Deadlines
Paper Submission: 15th May 2005
Author Notification: 30th June 2005
Camera Ready Submission and Registration: 15th July 2005
Workshop Dates: 3-4 October 2005

Program Committee
Fabrizio Baiardi, Universta di Pisa, Italy
Abdelfattah Belguith, University of Manouba Tunisia
Salah Ben Abdallah, University of Carthage Tunisia
Francesco Bergadano, University of Turin, Italy
Stefano Bistarelli, Università "D'Annunzio", Italy
Sihem Guemara-Elfatmi, University of Carthage, Tunisia
Bill McIver, SUNY at Albany, USA
Georgios Papadimitriou, Aristotle University, Greece
Peter Sweeney, University of Surry, United Kingdom
Luminita Vasiu, University of Westminster, UK

Contact:
Mohammad S. Obaidat
Monmouth University,
USA

Or:
Noureddine Boudriga
University of Carthage,
Tunisia