eChallenges e-2005 Agenda
Updated: 2005-10-10 13:46:00

Disclaimer: This is the Final Programme, which is subject to change at the discretion of the International Programme Committee.

Day 1: Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Opening Plenary 1a
Chair: Joao Da Silva, European Commission, Belgium
FP7 - The Road Ahead
Joao Da Silva, European Commission, Belgium

From eEurope2005 to i2010 - Contribution of Regional Cooperation
Jure Zupan, Minister of Higher Education, Science & Technology, Slovenia

Factors Defining an eGovernment Strategy: Planned Implementation & Managed Return
Ingo Juraske, Hewlett-Packard, Germany

New Workware in the Coming Ubiquitous Era
Noriyuki Yonemura, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Japan

What could eBusiness do even better in Europe?
Christopher Horn, IONA Technologies, Ireland

Coffee Break : Exhibition & Networking
Session 2a: eBusiness - Supporting Distributed Service Oriented Systems
Chair: Gérald Santucci, European Commission, Belgium
Towards Service-centric System Engineering
Luciano Baresi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Addressing the Contract Issue, Standardisation for QoS
Russell Lock, Computing Department Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Self-Organization in Distributed e-Business Systems
Jochen Fromm, Kassel University, Germany

Session 2b: eGovernment - Issues
Chair: Trond Undheim, European Commission, Belgium
Realizing the Potential of Government Transformation with Widespread Modernization and Innovation
Giorgio Prister, IBM EMEA Public Sector, Italy

Shared Source and Open Solutions for e-Government
Stephen McGibbon, Microsoft, United Kingdom

Does e-Government Pay Off?
Hanneke Driessen, Capgemini, Netherlands

Session 2c: Knowledge Management - Networks, Collaboration & Sensemaking
Chair: Peter Stanbridge, Korora Limited, United Kingdom
Look Who's Talking: The Virtues of Organisational Storytelling
Henk de Poot, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands

Knowledge Management, Learning Trajectories and ICT in Innovation Clusters: Future Research Challenges
Ramon O'Callaghan, Tilburg University, Netherlands

Smart Collaboration Networks - a Toolkit and Vision for Creating and Predicting Trusted Partnership
Christoph Jung, Fraunhofer Institut f. Graphische Datenverarbeitung, Germany

A Decision Support Toolkit for the Selection of KM Methods and Instruments for Inter-organisational Networks
Tomaso Forzi, Aachen University of Technology, Germany

Session 2d: eWork - Emerging Issues
Chair: Hans Schaffers, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands
Gender Differences in Processing Information: Implications for Online Search Patterns and Task Performance
Jacques Nantel, HEC Montreal, Canada

Gender and Distant Work Relations
Margunn Bjørnholt, Vegdirektoratet, Norway

Sustainable Workstyle Scenarios for Ambient Intelligence
Jesse Marsh, Atelier Studio Associato, Italy

Managing Emergency Situations in an Advanced Networked Environment
Natalia Katana, Synergia 2000, Italy

Session 2e: eBusiness - Issues for Virtual Organisations
Chair: Richard Stevens, Gruppo Formula, Italy
Drivers for Group Working and Collaborative Technology: A Survey of Human Resource Managers
Alan Hogarth, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

Usability Evaluation for Relationship-Oriented Web Sites
Martin Waiguny, University of Klagenfurt - biztec, Austria

Towards Semantic-Based Industrial Interoperability Efforts
Nenad Ivezic, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States

Design Meetings in Highly Distributed Industrial Processes
François Laborie, EADS CCR, France

Session 2f: Mobility & Broadband Issues
Chair: Mícheál Ó Foghlú, TSSG, WIT, Ireland
Towards a Sustainable Telecentre Model
Linda Johansson Hedberg, Stockholm University & KTH, Sweden

Trends in E-Business Models - An Empirical Study of 12 Broadband Cases
Irma Borst, LogicaCMG, Netherlands

Common Protocols and APIs for Automotive Telematics
Peter Van der Perre, ERTICO-ITS Europe, Belgium

Session 2g: Digital Content - Music
Chair: Roger Wallis, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Bifurcation - Improving the Effectiveness of Personalized Web-based Systems. Part 2. Persistent Long-term Results
Erik Wallin, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

The Downloaders - Who They Are and What They Are Doing?
Olle Findahl, World Internet Institute, Sweden

DRM – Intrusion or Solution?
Ulf Blomqvist, VINNOVA - Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems, Sweden

Spoofing, Sniffing and Suing – Major Record Companies’ Response to File Sharing
Anders Edström Frejman, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden

Session 2h: eBusiness - Adoption Issues
Chair: Joze Gricar, University of Maribor, Slovenia
eCommerce in Poland: State-of-the-art, Opportunities and Barriers
Marcin Kraska, The Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Poland

Determinants of Successful ICT Implementations in Slovenian Enterprises
Andreja Jaklic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

The e-Business Readiness Index 2005: Robustness Assessment
Stefano Tarantola, Joint Research Centre - European Commission, Italy

Lunch Time : Exhibition & Networking
Session 3a: eBusiness - Addressing Interoperability in Distributed Systems
Chair: Nenad Ivezic, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States
Building an eProcurement Ontology with UPON Methodology
Antonio De Nicola, IASI-CNR, Italy

Interoperability in Business Monitoring Systems: A Service-oriented Architecture
Alexander Petzmann, BOC Information Systems GmbH, Austria

Towards a Framework for eServices Interoperability
Aphrodite Tsalgatidou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Providing Semantic Interoperability in the Healthcare Domain through Ontology Mapping
Asuman Dogac, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Session 3b: eGovernment - Process Issues
Chair: Pete Bramhall, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories Europe, United Kingdom
Modeling Methods for Information Integration: Comparative Cases in e-Government
Anthony Cresswell, Center for Technology in Government, United States

IT Strategies in UK Public Administration: Business Rule Management Systems Adoption
Philippe Toy-Riont, ILOG, France

Intermediation Models for Cross-Border e-Government
Aljosa Pasic, Atos Origin, Spain

e-Government and the Archives of the Future
Gustaf Johnssen, Agency for Public Management, Sweden

Session 3c: Knowledge Management - Semantic Representation Case Studies
Chair: Kim Davis, Research Council of Norway, Norway
Semantic-driven Information Retrieval - An Integrated Approach
Christoph Kunz, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany

Semantic Product Properties and Shapes – What your Customer Already Knows
Rainer Malkewitz, Zentrum für Graphische Datenverarbeitung e.V., Germany

ISEM: A Multi-Agent System for Testing the Behaviour of Electronic Market Participants
Maria João Viamonte, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal

Session 3d: eWork & Industrial Evolution
Chair: Teresa De Martino, European Commission, Belgium
eChallenges for Manufacturing Regions and their SMEs
Jay Bal, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

A Taxonomy for Networked Working Environments
Roman Högg, mcm institute University St. Gallen, Switzerland

Facilitate Successful Cross-Organisational Business Processes – A Business Case
Peter Weiß, AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Session 3e: eBusiness - Innovation for Virtual Organisations
Chair: Bernhard Katzy, CeTIM, Germany
Supporting Innovation Management in Extended Enterprise
Mikel Sorli, LABEIN, Spain

Experiences with Embedded Innovation in the Services Sector
Geleyn Meijer, LogicaCMG, Netherlands

The Impact of Mobile ICT Adoption in the Construction Industry
Falk Graser, BIBA, Germany

Session 3f: Mobility Applications & Case Studies
Chair: Philip Seltsikas, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Providing Mobile Access to a Public Services Billing System
Veaceslav Sidorenco, Technical University of Moldova, Moldova, Republic Of

B4B (Bricks for Biz): Visual Development of Cultural Tourism Applications
Riccardo Berta, DIBE - University of Genoa, Italy

Implementation of an Wireless LAN Based Location Application Manager
Juan Peire, UNED Spanish University for Distance Edcation, Spain

Instant Messaging as a Platform for the Realisation of a True Ubiquitous Computing Environment
Sven van der Meer, TSSG, WIT, Ireland

Session 3g: Digital Content - Applications
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland
Smart Content - Scenarios and Technologies for a Knowledge-based Audiovisual Archive
Georg Güntner, Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria

Metadata Management in a Heterogeneous Digital Library
Bernhard Haslhofer, ARC - Research Studios Austria - Studio DME, Austria

ENAMORADO: Enabling Nomadic Agents in a Multimedia ORiented Architecture of Distributed Objects
Teresa Riesgo, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Session 3h: ICT Challenges - Case Studies
Chair: Stephan Raimer, IZET - Gesellschaft für Technologieförderung Itzehoe mbH, Germany
More than Data: How to Apply and Take Advantage of Interregional Benchmarking of Information Society
Chiara Mancini, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Methodology to Create Successful Public-Private Collaboration to Overcome the Digital Divide and Results
Manuel Álvarez, ENRED Consultores, Spain

Slovenian ICT Technology Network - An Innovation Environment Platform
Janez Bester, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Coffee Break : Exhibition & Networking
Session 4a: eBusiness - Case Studies
Chair: Richard Stevens, Gruppo Formula, Italy
What Drives E-Business Adoption by Firms? The Role of Innovation Attributes and Context
Kenneth Kraemer, University of California, United States

Building an e-Business Platform: An Experience Report
Stephanos Androutsellis-Theotokis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Fast Inquiry of Tracability Information: Methodology and Software Architecture
Massimo Garuti, DemoCenter, Italy

Business Case for Contactless Technology – The Ile de France Example
Ralph Gambetta, Temco GmbH, Germany

Session 4b: eGovernment - eAdoption
Chair: Gareth MacNaughton, Hewlett Packard Europe, Belgium
Results of the Successful Regional Information Society Strategy of Madeira
Alvaro Oliveira, Alfamicro, Lda., Portugal

eTampere - A New Regional Operation Model for Knowledge Society Programme
Jarmo Viteli, eTampere programme, Finland

The Role of Riga's Local Government in Building an e-Society
Ēriks Zēgelis, Riga City Council Information Technology Center, Latvia

Fostering Networking in Barcelona's Innovation Ecosystem
Ricard Huguet, Ajuntament de Barcelona, Spain

Session 4c: Knowledge Management - Applications
Chair: Jonathan Sage, IBM Business Consulting Services, Belgium
A Tool for Textual and Conceptual Annotation of Documents
Michel Simonet, TIMC Laboratory, France

A Generic Automated Document Checker
Fon Lin Lai, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore

SmartPick: Augmenting Advertisement Service with Domain Knowledge and Qualitative Reasoning
Teppo Veijonen, VTT, Finland

Session 4d: eWork - Logistics & IMS
Chair: Robert Alard, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
COSTE - Enabling Interoperability and Integration of Spatial and Traffic eContents for European Regions
Marco Boero, Softeco Sismat SpA, Italy

ISMAEL – On the Way to Improve Airport Operation Management
Constanze Stockhammer, HiTec Marketing, Austria

Managing Strategic Networks: Concepts, ICT Solutions and Case Studies
Flavius Sturm, FhG IAO - Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering, Germany

Chair: Stefan Wesner, High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart, Germany
Secure and Dynamic Virtual Organizations for Business
Lutz Schubert, HLRS, Germany

Specific Challenges of Mobile Dynamic Virtual Organizations
Christian Loos, Universität Hohenheim, Germany

Enabling Knowledge Construction in Learning Processes through Virtual Learning Communities
Nadia Romano, CRMPA, Italy

Chair: Mícheál Ó Foghlú, TSSG, WIT, Ireland
Securing the Mobile Internet
Mícheál Ó Foghlú, TSSG, WIT, Ireland

Daidalos Security Framework for Mobile Services
Robert Mullins, TSSG, WIT, Ireland

SEINIT Security for Heterogeneous Mobile Network Services
John Ronan, Telecommunications Software & Systems Group, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland

SecurIST: Co-ordinating the development of a Strategic Research Agenda for Security and Dependability R&D
Jim Clarke, TSSG, WIT, Ireland

Session 4g: Digital Content - Cultural Heritage
Chair: Roger Wallis, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Lithuanian Cultural Heritage Digitization, Access Strategy Prospects and Current Projects
Regina Varniene, Martynas Mazvydas National Library of Lithuania, Lithuania

Initiatives to Preserve Slovenian Digital Heritage
Alenka Kavčič-Čolić, National and University Library (NUK), Slovenia

Digitisation of Literary Heritage Using Open Standards
Matija Ogrin, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia

SVM – Siberian Virtual Museum of Informatics History
Victor Kasyanov, Institute of Informatics Systems, Russian Federation

Session 4h: Legislative Case Studies
Chair: Valerie Gregg, University of Southern California, United States
PCT (Processo Civile Telematico): the eGovernment Plan for Italian Civil Justice
Giulio Borsari, Ministero della Giustizia (Italian Ministry of Justice), Italy

"ABC del Diritto" an Italian eGovernment Citizen-oriented Legal Service in the NormeInRete Portal
Maria Angela Biasiotti, ITTIG/CNR, Italy

Technological and Non-Technological Aspects in Building "SITAD", Local Spatial Data Infrastructure in Piedmont
Massimo Travostino, CSI Piemonte, Italy

Day 2: Thursday, October 20, 2005
Chair: Olivier Nano, Microsoft, Germany
SLAs - A Key Commercial Tool
Bryce Mitchell, BT, United Kingdom

Ensuring QoS in a European Service Oriented Economy. How can ITIL Contribute?
Leire Bastida, European Software Institute, Spain

SLA Monitoring: Shifting the Trust
Olivier Nano, Microsoft, Germany

Improving SLAs - Towards Consumption Based Pricing
Peter Matthews, Computer Associates, United Kingdom

Autonomous Quality of Service Management in Virtual Organisations
Bastian Koller, HLRS, Germany

Session 5b: eGovernment - Regional Perspectives
Chair: Stephen Curwell, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Swedish Customs eKey for SMEs - Electronic Signatures using Innovative ICT
Mats Wicktor, Swedish Customs, Sweden

EAR – Easy Appointment Reservation
Alberto Deiro, Città di Torino, Italy

Integrated eGovernment Services for Business: a Comparative Study
Patrizia Fariselli, Nomisma, Italy

Chair: Vladimiro De Luca, Metaware Spa, Italy
A Semantic-based Healthcare Information Infrastructure to Integrate Medical Information and eHealth Services
Valentina Perdoni, Fondazione IARD, Italy

The TACIT Clinical Knowledge Management System
Fiore Basile, METAware SpA, Italy

Modelling Medical Research Processes to set up a Standard for a Clinical Trial Management System
Fabrizio Ricci, IRPPS-CNR, Italy

Session 5d: eWork in Automotive Industries
Chair: Nenad Ivezic, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States
Improving Collaboration by Electronic Communication - A Study in the Automotive Product Development
Edo Gerdes, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Virtual Cost Engineering Studio (V-CES): the Challenges of a Just-In Time Service for Cost Engineering Professionals
Jose Rios, Cranfield University, United Kingdom

An Ontology-Based Reference Model for Semantic Data Integration in Digital Production Engineering
Mark Hefke, FZI, Germany

Supporting Operations within Innovation Networks: Automotive Industry Case Study
Falk Graser, BIBA, Germany

Workshop 5e: eBusiness - Collaboration in Online Communities of Practice
Chair: Bernhard Katzy, CeTIM, Germany
Learning from Each Other: Online and Face to Face Communities of Practice
Ed Mitchell, KnowledgeBoard, United Kingdom

Support Requirements for Effective Virtual Collaboration in Online Communities of Practice
Flavius Sturm, FhG IAO - Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering, Germany

Outlook: Virtual Collaboration in Online CoPs - Where Do We Go?
Bernhard Katzy, CeTIM, Germany

Session 5f: Mobility Network Management
Chair: Mícheál Ó Foghlú, TSSG, WIT, Ireland
Pervasiveness in Converged Telecommunications: A Business Opportunity for the Operators
Robert Mullins, TSSG, WIT, Ireland

Signalling-independent End-to-end QoS Management in Service Provider Network for Multimedia Telephony Services
Gianluca Insolvibile, Consorzio Pisa Ricerche/META Centre, Italy

Negotiation of Network Services and Spectrum in B3G, Composite Radio Environments
Vera Stavroulaki, University of Piraeus, Greece

Session 5g: Digital Content - Newspapers
Chair: Roger Wallis, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Success Factors in Digital Newspaper Publishing - Competitive Strengths and Decision Strategies
Tomas Uppgard, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

Moblogs as an Editorial Tool in Daily News Coverage
Alex Jonsson, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

ELIN: A MPEG Based News Delivery Framework
Markus Kühl, Forschungszentrum Informatik, Germany

Session 5h: eAccessibility Issues
Chair: Jesse Marsh, Atelier Studio Associato, Italy
eTampere builds Sustainable Information Society with Netti-Nysse Internet Bus
Elina Harju, Tampere City Library, Finland

Developing a One-Stop-Shop for the European Disabled Tourism Market: Technical and Business Challenges
Dimitrios Buhalis, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Making Progress Towards User-Orientation in Online Public Service Provision in Europe
Ivica Milicevic, Work Research Centre, Ireland

Facilitating Virtual Networking for Design for All in Europe: The HERMES Platform
Iosif Klironomos, FORTH-ICS, Greece

Coffee Break
Chair: Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom
Business Interoperability Analysis of Networked Organisations
Paolo Paganelli, Gruppo Formula, Italy

Economic Theories of Interoperability
Peter Mayer, SAP AG, Germany

Business Models for Interoperable Products and Services
Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom

Enterprise Interoperability Centre
Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom

Session 6b: eGovernment - Transformation
Chair: Tiziana Arcarese, European Commission, Belgium
Quick Risk Assessment: An Approach to Avoid Pitfalls of eGovernment Transformation Projects
Bernhard Katzy, CeTIM, Germany

SETS: a System to Support Procurement in European Public Administrations
Cinzia Rubattino, TXT e-solutions S.p.a., Italy

Introduction of Information Services into the Private Social Solidarity Institutions
Nelson Rocha, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

Session 6c: eHealth & European Health Insurance Card
Chair: Achim Klabunde, European Commission, Belgium
The Electronic Citizen Health Information Passport
Caroline O'Flaherty, HSE - Shared Services Eastern Region, Ireland

Netc@rds - A Step Towards the Introduction of the European Health Insurance Card
Marjan Sušelj, Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia, Slovenia

A Step Towards Integral Support to Medication Management
Martina Zorko, Zavod za zdravstveno zavarovanje SLovenije, Slovenia

Accessing Patient Records in Virtual Healthcare Organisations
Mike Boniface, IT Innovation Centre, United Kingdom

Workshop 6d: eWork - The Workplace of the Future
Chair: Teresa De Martino, European Commission, Belgium
Novel Interface Paradigm for Future Computer Aided Design Environments
Terrence Fernando, University of Salford, United Kingdom

Future Office Concept for Collaborative Work Environment
Masayoshi Furuya, Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association, Japan

Virtual Reality Systems in New Working Environments
Oliver Stefani, COAT-Basel, Switzerland

Chair: Roberto Santoro, Collaborative Engineering, Italy
Co-Chair: Iiro Salkari, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
A Holistic Approach towards Collaborative Networked Organizations
Martin Ollus, VTT, Finland

A Pragmatic Approach to Increase the Economic Impact of Collaborative Networked Organisations
Stefan Bollhalter, Virtuelle Fabrik, Switzerland

Real Time Management of Virtual Organisations
Kim Jansson, VTT Industrial Systems, Finland

Motivations and Requirements for Professional Virtual Communities
Andrea Bifulco, Collaborative Engineering, Italy

Chair: Sue Pendell, Colorado State University, United States
Session 6g: Education Issues
Chair: Stephan Raimer, IZET - Gesellschaft für Technologieförderung Itzehoe mbH, Germany
Marking the National Curriculum - A New Model for Semantic Mark-up
Fredrik Paulsson, Royal Institute of Technology & MSU, Sweden

Connecting Islands: Supporting School Communities
Christopher Oberle, Bayerisches Realschulnetz, Germany

Collaborative Learning between Universities in Eight Countries on Innovation in Management Education
Nigel Courtney, Cass Business School, City of London, United Kingdom

Session 6h: eInclusion
Chair: Dave Broster, European Commission, Belgium
Inclusion of Deaf, Hearing- and Speech-Impaired People through a New Type of Relay Center
Marlene Hilzensauer, Center for Sign Language and Deaf Communication, Austria

Seniors’ Perception of Telecare Services. An Introductory Study
Anna Essén, Stockholm School of Business, Stockholm University, Sweden

MobilAlarm - A Location-Independent Emergency Service for Older and Disabled People
Stefan Lilischkis, empirica GmbH, Germany

Seniority - A New ICT-based Quality Service Model for the Elderly
Tomás Cid, AETIC, Spain

Lunch Time : Exhibition & Networking
Chair: Ricardo Goncalves, UNINOVA, Portugal
Interoperability in the Manufacturing Sector: Levelling the ground
Steven R. Ray, NIST, Department of Commerce, United States

Making Interoperability Fly
Nicolas Figay, EADS, France

Small Isn’t Easy
Miguel Borras Merli, Antara Information Technology s.l., Spain

European Commission Perspective on Interoperability
Peter Fatelnig, European Commission, Belgium

Session 7b: eGovernment - Services for Citizens
Chair: Athanassios Chrissafis, European Commission, Belgium
The e-Citizen Charter, e-Quality promoting Equality between Citizens and their Government
Matt Poelmans, ICTU (e-Citizen Programme), Netherlands

Citizen's Filing Service in Pension Insurance
Bo Lundqvist, Finnish Centre for Pensions, Finland

Inventory of Citizen Service Numbers in Europe
Paul Hendriks, M&I/PARTNERS, Netherlands

Session 7c: eBusiness - SME Regional Perspectives
Chair: Kim Davis, Research Council of Norway, Norway
eBusiness Service Case: eBusiness Consultants Help SMEs in IT
Liina Penttilä, Professia Ltd., Finland

How Small Businesses in Wales Measure the Value of their eCommerce Activities: an Initial Investigation
Donna March, eCommerce Innovation Centre, United Kingdom

eCommerce Development in Lithuanian SMEs
Rimantas Gatautis, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Lessons Learned from pymERA, a Spanish Initiative for SME Stimulation within FP6
Tanja Vos, Instituto Tecnológico de Informática, Spain

Session 7d: eWork - Safety
Chair: Matevz Pustisek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
New Challenges for Telemedicine in the Emergency Medical Services
Maria Fernanda Cabrera, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Semantic Web Approach to Improve Accessibility and Usage of Contents in the Occupational Health and Safety Domain
Stefano Bianchi, Softeco Sismat S.p.A., Italy

AMIRA: Supporting Diagnostics and Decisions In Safety-Critical Incidents
Eric Auriol, Kaidara Software, France

e-Seveso: Improving Collective Protection in Industrial Facilities
Alborg Miguel, IDI EIKON, Spain

Chair: Hans Schaffers, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands
Managing Mobile Work - Insights from European Practice
Torsten Brodt, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Mobile and Collaborative Workplaces: An Agenda for Innovation
Hans Schaffers, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands

Research Challenges and Deployment Strategies for Mobile Collaborative Work
Wolfgang Prinz, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany

Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland
Government Network and ISP Selection Model - Mozambique Case Study
Lourino Chemane, The ICT Policy Implementation Technical Unit (UTICT), Mozambique

e-Health Activities in South Africa
Chris Morris, CSIR, South Africa

Challenges and Experiences of ICT Deployment in Tanzania
Hamisi Nguli, Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology, Tanzania, United Republic Of

Commonwealth Action Programme for the Digital Divide
Robert Spiteri Staines, The Commonwealth Network of Information Technology for Development, Malta

Session 7g: Applied eLearning
Chair: Philip Seltsikas, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Challenges of Collaborative Learning in a Distributed Organisation
Päivi Tuuli Pöyry, Helsinki University of Technology, BIT Research Center, Finland

Challenges in User-centred Evaluation of e-Learning and Knowledge Management Systems
Yvonne Barnard, EURISCO International, France

Data Processing in Automobiles – Case Study on Combining Marketing, Quality Assurance and eLearning
Stephan Raimer, IZET - Gesellschaft für Technologieförderung Itzehoe mbH, Germany

Iteration in Human-Centred Design
Daniëlle Verstegen, RISBO, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

Chair: Wolffried Stucky, CEPIS, Germany
ICT Skills in Europe: State of Play and the Way Forward
André Richier, European Commission, Belgium

Policies, Initiatives, Activities and Projects
Angelos Ktenas, European Commission, Belgium

European ICT-Skills Meta-Framework
Franz Gramlinger, Cedefop, Greece

Developments towards a European ICT Skills Meta Framework
Matthew Dixon, CEPIS, United Kingdom

Coffee Break : Exhibition & Networking
Chair: Richard Stevens, Gruppo Formula, Italy
INTEROP NoE - Positioning in relation to Interoperability Challenges

Model Driven Interoperability - A Standards Based Approach
Arne Berre, SINTEF, Norway

Ontology-based Interoperability
Michele Missikoff, LEKS CNR, Italy

A MDD Approach to the Development of Interoperable Service Oriented Architectures
Lorenzo Pondrelli, Gruppo Formula, Italy

Session 8b: eGovernment - Design Issues
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland
Software Engineering for E-Government Applications
Petra Wolf, Lehrstuhl f Wirtschaftsinformatik, TU München, Germany

Using Dramatised Scenarios to Co-Design eGovernment Services: A Design Language for Stakeholder Involvement
Lars Albinsson, Calistoga Springs Research Institute, Sweden

Promoting a pan-European Network of Local and Regional Government e-Services Co-design
Olov Forsgren, Borås University College, Sweden

Session 8c: eBusiness - SME Industrial Issues
Chair: Bernhard Katzy, CeTIM, Germany
A Knowledge Management Approach in Distribution Network Relationship Management in Industrial SMEs
Aitor Alzaga, TEKNIKER, Spain

Charging for Dynamically Composed Services in the Digital Business Ecosystem
Brendan Jennings, TSSG, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland

Barriers to OSS in SMEs: the Lack of Knowledge and Skills
Manon van Leeuwen, Fundecyt, Spain

Workshop 8d: eGovernment - Intelligent Cities
Chair: Stephen Curwell, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Intelligent Neighbourhoods and Citizen Led e-Services
Dave Carter, Manchester City Council, United Kingdom

Integrated Electronic Services for City Mobility
Diana Marano, Università degli studi Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy

Intelligent e-Services for Sustainable Urban Development - New Planning Processes Through Innovative Services Based on a Secure Infrastructure
Thorsten Henkel, Fraunhofer-Institute for Secure Information Technology, Germany

The IntelCities eLearning Platform, Knowledge Management System and Digital Library
Mark Deakin, Napier University, United Kingdom

Web-based Negotiation Decision Support Systems for e-Cities: Emphasis on Real Estate
Arturas Kaklauskas, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

Chair: Hans Schaffers, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands
Vision Survey and Mobile Workplace Effectiveness
Marc Pallot, EsoCE-NET, France

Mobile Collaborative Workplaces for Engineering Sectors
Terrence Fernando, University of Salford, United Kingdom

The Role of Living Labs as Validation Approach for Mobile Work Environments
Veli-Pekka Niitamo, Nokia, Finland

Chair: Silvana Muscella, METAWare, Italy
Opportunities for Europe through International Co-operation
Jean-Yves Roger, European Commission, Belgium

Benefits of Partnering with Canadian Research and Development Organisations
Debbie Kemp, Communications Research Centre Canada, Canada

Euro-India ICT Cooperation - Add the Indian 'e'dge to Research & Technology Development
Ashok Kar, Infra Technologies, France

Russia in IST: Solving the Puzzle
Olga Pekushkina, Singleimage Limited, United Kingdom

Research Networking in Latin America 2003 - 2005
Florencio Utreras, CLARA, Chile

Session 8g: eLearning Applications
Chair: Emilie Normann, European Commission, Belgium
Romanian IT–based Educational System
Alexandru Cosbuc, SIVECO Romania S.A., Romania

Personalized E-Learning System for the Promotion of Healthy Lifestyles
Eva del Hoyo-Barbolla, UPM Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

ERMIONE - an e-Learning Resource Management Service for European Cultural Heritage Interoperability Networks
Paolo Franceschini, Fondazione IARD, Italy

Chair: Burkart Sellin, Cedefop, Greece
e-Skills Certification in Europe Towards Harmonisation
Alexander Bojanowsky, CEPIS, Belgium

eCCO System: Towards a Shared Model from Job Profiles to Competences
Clementina Marinoni, Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Italy

European-Wide Recognition of e-Skills Certification from an Industry Perspective
Michiel van der Voort, EXIN, Netherlands

IT-Certifications as Career Path in Industry - Lifelong Learning to Stay Up To Date
Markus Schwertel, Cisco Systems, Germany

Day 3: Friday, October 21, 2005
Session 9a: eBusiness - New Challenges for Business Grids
Chair: Stefan Wesner, High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart, Germany
Dynamic Distribution of Trust in the Grid Environments
Syed Naqvi, Telecom Paris, France

Problem Driven Discovery of Grid Resources Using Formal Abstractions
Sinisa Neskovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

Component-Expert Architecture for Supporting Grid Workflow Construction Based on Knowledge
Lukasz Dutka, ACK Cyfronet AGH, Poland

Grid Technologies and c-Business for SMEs
Matteo Villa, TXT e-Solutions, Italy

Session 9b: eGovernment - Interoperability
Chair: Asuman Dogac, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
eGovernment, Interoperability and Innovation
Benoit Müller, Business Software Alliance, Belgium

Assessing the Interoperability of eGovernment Services
Konstantinos Tarabanis, CERTH, Greece

Organizational Heterogeneity in Networked Government
Walter Castelnovo, Università dell'Insubria, Italy

Session 9c: eBusiness - SME Supply Chain Management
Chair: Robert Alard, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
B2B: Standardisation or Customisation?
Piero de Sabbata, Enea, Italy

Requirements and Potentials from New Supply Chain Business Processes in SME Networks - Drivers for Solution Developments
Pavel Gocev, Fraunhofer IPK, Germany

Current Trends in Steel Product Industry - Drivers Towards eBusiness
Heli Helaakoski, VTT Electronics, Finland

Session 9d: eGovernment - eVoting
Chair: Ann Macintosh, International Teledemocracy Centre, United Kingdom
E-Democracy Beyond E-Voting
Bruno Jeitziner, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Principles of eVoting System Security Evaluation
Jaak Tepandi, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Madrid Participa - eParticipation Initiatives in the City of Madrid
Guillermo Von Der Walde, Scytl Online World Security S.A., Spain

eParticipation in Europe: Rejuvenating Local Democracy
Catherine Howe, Public-i, United Kingdom

Chair: Karl M. Goeschka, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Scenarios for Increasing Availability by Relaxing Data Integrity
Johannes Osrael, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Information Systems, Austria

Fault Tolerance Scenarios in Control Engineering
Klemen Zagar, Cosylab, Slovenia

On Availability Improvements in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Systems
Piotr Karwaczynski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

GORDA – Open Replication of Databases
Rui Oliveira, Universidade do Minho, Portugal

MADAM - Mobility and Adaptation enAbling Middleware
Svein Hallsteinsen, Sintef, Norway

Session 9f: International Co-Operation
Chair: Peter Weiß, AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
CISTRANA - Initiative for the Coordination of IST Research and National Activities
Edina Nemeth, National Office for Research and Technology, Hungary

Network Approaches to Current Research Information Systems
Jure Ferlež, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

What Happens after a RTD Project Ends?
Natassa Iliadou, ALTEC S.A., Greece

Chair: Emilie Normann, European Commission, Belgium
The Need for Context-based Assistance and Multimodal Access to eLearning
Stéphane Kicin, CAS Software AG, Germany

MetaCampus - Using Competence-based Management to Enhance Training Effectiveness
Janín Ausió, Atos Origin, Spain

AdeLe - Making eLearning Accessible to SMEs
Pilar Morales, Atos Origin, Spain

Chair: Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium
i2010 - a European Information society for Growth and Employment
Anne Troye, European Commission, Belgium

FP7 - The European Union's Main Instrument for Funding Research and Development
Peter Fatelnig, European Commission, Belgium

ICT Research in FP7
Peter Fatelnig, European Commission, Belgium

Coffee Break : Exhibition & Networking
Chair: Ziga Turk, Univ. of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Data Mining Requirements for Emerging Grid Environments: Digital Libraries Use Case
Jernej Trnkoczy, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ontology Services for the Virtual Enterprise
Vlado Stankovski, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Experience Management Based on Text Notes (EMBET)
Michal Laclavik, Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia

Integrated Monitoring Framework for Grid Infrastructure and Applications
Bartosz Balis, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

Session 10b: eGoverment - Security & Privacy Challenges
Chair: Pete Bramhall, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories Europe, United Kingdom
Virtual Bodies: Biometrics in the Information Society
Jonathan Cave, RAND Europe, United Kingdom

SECTINO - A Framework for the Realization of Security-critical Workflows
Andrea Nowak, ARC Seibersdorf research GmbH., Austria

Deficiencies in the Data Protection Law of Hong Kong as exposed by eGovernment
Ka Yu (Joeson) Wong, University of New South Wales, Hong Kong

Chair: Flavio Bonfatti, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Foreseeing the Single European Electronic Market - The Stakeholders Perspective
Ricardo Goncalves, UNINOVA, Portugal

Trust Building in the Single Electronic European Market
Zhaomin Ren, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Smart and Easy Services to Make Small Companies Join the SEEM
Flavio Bonfatti, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Accessing and Managing Heterogeneous Information in the Single Electronic European Market
Axel Hahn, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Session 10d: eGovernment - eParticipation
Chair: Gareth MacNaughton, Hewlett Packard Europe, Belgium
E-Consultation, Controversy and Youth
Ann Macintosh, International Teledemocracy Centre, United Kingdom

Engaging the Citizen: E-consultation as a Way to Develop Citizen Centred Local Government
Simon Stephens, LYIT, Ireland

Mobhaile - Delivering Community Services with Web Services
Tim Willoughby, LGCSB, Ireland

Innovative Use of Geographic Information Systems to Facilitate Collaboration between the Government and Citizens
Lasse Berntzen, Vestfold University College, Norway

Chair: Paolo Lombardi, S.p.A. - Gruppo Monte dei Paschi, Italy
Basel II and the Opportunity to Proactively Improve SME/Bank Dialogue
Paolo Lombardi, S.p.A. - Gruppo Monte dei Paschi, Italy

XBRL Web-based Business Intelligence Services: Technological Infrastructure
Alessandro Tommasi, Metaware, Italy

XBRL Web-based Business Intelligence Services: Knowledge Integration
Thierry Declerck, DFKI GmbH, Germany

IT Risk and Business Alignment Under Basel II
Rolf von Roessing, KPMG DTG, Germany

Session 10f: International Co-Operation Case Studies
Chair: Jesse Marsh, Atelier Studio Associato, Italy
@LIS: a New Cooperation Model for the Development of the Information Society
Luciano Morganti, MENON, Belgium

Link-All: “Local-Communities Insertion Network for Latin America”
Anna Assimakopoulos, EGNATIA EPIRUS Foundation, Greece

E-Agricultural Marketing – An Effective Use of ICT (“EKVI”)
Mohan Das, MAP_IT, India

Workshop 10g: Collaboration between NSF/ITR and FP6/IST Research Teams
Chair: Suzi Iacono, National Science Foundation, United States
Co-Chair: Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium
Privacy-Enhancing Identity Management
Alfred Kobsa, University of California, Irvine, United States

Open Source for Public Administrations: An International Perspective
Giancarlo Succi, Free University of Bolzano/Bozen, Italy

Trans-Atlantic Collaboration for Evaluating Image Retrieval Systems in the ImageCLEF Biomedical Image Retrieval Task
William Hersh, Oregon Health & Science University, United States

Toward Sophisticated Text Analysis of Government-Citizen Interactions
Eduard Hovy, University of Southern California, United States

Workshop 10h: Impact of Structual Funds on the Information Society
Chair: Joseph Buckley, European Commission, Belgium
Human Resources Management in Structural Funds
Barbora Machova, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Czech Republic

Deployment of the Information Society in Slovakia with the aid of Structural Funds
Joseph Buckley, European Commission, Belgium

Regional Aspects of FP7
Dimitri Corpakis, European Commission, Belgium

Lunch Time : Exhibition & Networking
Closing Plenary 11a
Chair: Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium
Surviving the “Perfect Storm”
Jeffrey Rhoda, IBM, United States

The New European ICT Agenda
Mark Frequin, Ministerie van Economische Zaken, Netherlands

European Industrial ICT Partnerships & the Renewed Lisbon Agenda
Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium

Workshop Findings
Paul Cunningham, IIMC Limited, Ireland

The EU's Agenda for Research and Innovation: Putting Knowledge to work
Janez Potocnik, European Commission, Belgium

Disclaimer: This is the Final Programme, which is subject to change at the discretion of the International Programme Committee.

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