24 - 26 October 2007
The Hague, The Netherlands

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eChallenges e2007 Agenda

Updated: 2007-10-22 19:52:31

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Day 3: 26 October 2007

Workshop 11a: Bringing the “e” closer to Business and Contracts
Chair: Bastian Koller, HLRS, Germany
Negotiating the Minefields in Realising the i2010 Vision – A Position Paper
Michael Parkin, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Trust Indicator Integration into SLAs for Virtual Organisations
Jochen Haller, SAP AG, Germany

Implementing an SLA Negotiation Framework
Peer Hasselmeyer, NEC Europe Ltd., Germany

Learning from the Past – SLA Composition Using QoS History
Konstantinos Tserpes, NTUA, Greece

Session 11b: eGovernment - Applications
Chair: Jonathan Cave, RAND Europe, United Kingdom
SAFIR - The Voice of Services
Jacques De Kegel, IBM, Belgium

Eyes Free and Hands Free Information Access for Professionals Operating in Emergency Situations
Paul Adrien Slegers, Safir Research Consortium, Belgium

Speech Recognition for the Update of Geographical Data in the Field, SAFIR GIS Bulgaria – Brussels
Raphaël Hérin, Voice Insight SA/NV, Belgium

Adaptive Portals Based on Combining Semantics and Ajax
Nenad Stojanovic, FZI at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Tags for Citizens: Integrating Top-down and Bottom-up Classification in the Turin Municipality Website
Franco Carcillo, City of Turin, Italy

Workshop 11c: Service Science and Innovation
Chair: Bror Salmelin, European Commission, Belgium
Bror Salmelin, European Commission, Belgium

New Innovative Paradigms in eService Development and Deployment
David Osimo, JRC, European Commission, Spain

How ICT and CIP Programmes Can Foster Services Development and Interoperability
Freek Van Krevel, European Commission, Belgium

Service Science and Innovation in Software and Services
Nuria De Lama, ATOS ORIGIN, Spain

Service Science - A New Discipline
Richard Straub, IBM, France

Session 11d: eInclusion and eAdoption Case Studies
Chair: Peter Stanbridge, Korora Limited, United Kingdom
European Information Society and Aging Population - Group Calls Helping Non-Govermental-Organisations
Leena Viukari, TeliaSonera, Finland

Under Pressure: Technology Overload and Social Pressure
Henk de Poot, Telematica Instituut, Netherlands

AsIsKnown - Selling Through the Customers Eyes!
Wolfgang Backhaus, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

The Adoption of Advanced Mobile Services
Jonas Hedman, University Colloge of Borås, Sweden

Session 11e: Supply Chain Management - Applications & Case Studies
Chair: Robert Alard, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Improving Business Information Exchange using Semantics
Albert Bokma, University of Sunderland, United Kingdom

Perspectives on the e-Maintenance Transition
Jan Goossenaerts, ValueRisk.eu, Belgium

The Need for Agility in the Finnish Metal Industry
Matti Muhos, University of Oulu, Finland

Configuration of Automotive Collaborative Engineering and Flexible Supply Networks
Kurt Sandkuhl, Jönköping University, Sweden

Session 11f: eTourism - Applications & Case Studies
Chair: Stephan Raimer, Flensburg University, Germany
Mobile Multimedia City Game: an E-Tourism Services Platform
Alessandro Mamelli, Hewlett-Packard, Italy

E-Tourism Services for Cultural Heritage Destinations: A Governance Approach & Evaluation
Krassimira Paskaleva-Shapira, Karslruhe Research Center and Manchester Business School, Germany

iCITY - A Social Adaptive Multi-device Recommender Guide
Lara Marcellin, CSP - Innovazione nelle ICT s.c.ar.l., Italy

Workshop 11g: Enterprise Interoperability Cluster: Advancing European Research in Enterprise Interoperability
Chair: Cristina Martinez, European Commission, Belgium
Presentation of Value proposition for Enterprise Interoperability Report

Knowledge Café-style of debate. Discussions groups lead by Ms Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom, (lead), Ms Servane Crave, France Telecom Orange Labs, Mr Roelof Van Den Bergh, Erasmus Universiteit and Professor Antonio Grilo, Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa, Portugal

Experts' Contributions to the Report

Institutions and Enterprise Interoperability
Jan Goossenaerts, ValueRisk.eu, Belgium

Feasible Approaches to the Issue of Industrial Take-up of Enterprise Interoperability (EI) Solutions
Norbert Jastroch, MET Communications GmbH, Germany

Workshop 11h: Coordinating eGovernment R&D Support in Europe
Chair: Trond Knudsen, Research Council of Norway, Norway
A Proposed European eGovernment Research Programme Framework
Roberto Pizzicannella, Centro Nazionale per L’Informatica Nella Pubblica Amministrazione, Italy

eGovernment Research Support in Europe: Prospects for Cooperation
Madeleine Siösteen Thiel, VINNOVA (Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems), Sweden

Coffee Break : Exhibition & Networking
Workshop 12a: Bringing the “e” closer to Business and Contracts
Chair: Bastian Koller, HLRS, Germany
Dynamic Virtual Organization for Disaster Handling and Crisis Management
Stefan Wesner, University Ulm, Germany

Extended Resource Management Using Client Classification and Economic Enhancements
Tim Pueschel, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Privacy Issues in eContracts
Lutz Schubert, University Ulm, Germany

Session 12b: eVoting/eParticipation
Chair: Ann Macintosh, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Citizens' Forum: The First Successful eDemocracy Initiative in the Republic of Slovenia?
Simon Delakorda, Institute of Ecology , Slovenia

Coach Class or Red Carpet Treatment: Strategic Choices for eParticipation in Local Government
Jacob Nørbjerg, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Framework and Methodology to Turn Barriers and Challenges of eParticipation into Research Themes and Actions
John Shaddock, Local Government Yorkshire and Humber, United Kingdom

Self-organization in Open Source: the RAEC e-Participation Project
Toni Samek, University of Alberta, Canada

Workshop 12c: Living Labs Europe: Brokerage Event Mobile Technologies
Chair: Liza Wohlfart, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany
Regional Dynamics: The Need for Innovation Infrastructures and Innovation Policies to Support the Development of Clusters
Jakob Rasmussen, Living Labs Europe, Denmark

Platforms for Local Mobile Services: Case Studies of Commercial Applications in Germany
Wolf Engelbach, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany

Session 12d: International eAdoption Case Studies
Chair: Stephen Curwell, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Strategy for Strengthening the International Cooperation with Developing Countries - The case of Western Balkans and MED Partner countries
Raphael Koumeri, PLANET, Greece

Adopting Culture in E-business - A Global Aspect
Kyeong Kang, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

AtlantisBPnet – A Methodology to Find the Best Information Society Practices
Sónia Campos, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Workshop 12e: Competitive and Innovative Virtual Organisations – Practices and ICT Applications
Chair: Alessandro Braccini, ESoCE-Net, Italy
Co-Chair: Iiro Salkari, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Collaborative Innovation Networks Management in the Elevation Sector
Joseba Arana, Ikerlan, Spain

A Knowledge IPR Tool
Servane Crave, France Telecom Orange Labs, France

An Interactive User-centered Business Process Management Services
Sergio Gusmeroli, TXT e-Solutions SPA, Italy

ICT Services Supporting Virtual Organisation Management
Wico Mulder, LogicaCMG, Netherlands

Workshop 12f: Foundations and Applications of the Social Semantic Desktop
Chair: Andreas Abecker, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik Karlsruhe, Germany
Social Semantic Desktop Architecture and Core Technologies
Siegfried Handschuh, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

Modelling Higher-Level Thought Structures – Method & Tool
Andreas Abecker, FZI Karlsruhe, Germany

A Semantic Community Help Desk

Workshop 12g: Enterprise Interoperability Cluster: Advancing European Research in Enterprise Interoperability II
Chair: Dimitris BIMPIKAS, SEERC - South East European Research Centre, Greece
Co-Chair: Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom
Results from FP7 ICT Call 1 (Objective 1.3)
Cristina Martinez, European Commission, Belgium

From People to Systems Interoperability: the ISU Concept
Yannis Charalabidis, National Technical University Athens, Greece

iSURF: An Interoperability Service Utility for Collaborative Supply Chain Planning across Multiple Domains Supported by RFID Devices
Alper Okcan, Software Research and Development Center, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Knowledge Oriented Collaboration: Evolving Beyond the EI Roadmap
Keith Popplewell, Coventry University, United Kingdom

Commius: ISU via Email
Michal Laclavik, Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia

Technology and Service Interoperability Requirements from Networks of SMEs: The EFFORT Approach
Lefteris Leondaridis, Netsmart S.A., Greece

Business and Governance Issues for Enterprise Systems of the Future
Man-Sze Li, IC Focus, United Kingdom

Lunch : Exhibition & Networking
Plenary Session 13a: Creative Conflict and Open Innovation
Chair: Jos Huigen, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Netherlands
FP7-ICT & Innovation in Digital Content Domain
Roberto Cencioni, European Commission, Luxembourg

Creative Research and Interdisiplinary Innovation
Marleen Stikker, Waag Society, Netherlands

Culture of Security and Trust: Key Ingredients Facilitiating the Success of the European Innovation Environment
Ronald de Bruin, ENISA (European Network & Information Security Agency), Greece

Closing Plenary 14a: New Prespectives on Changing Roles of Cities, Citizens and Networks
Chair: Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium
Changing Roles of Cities, Citizens and Participation
Frits Huffnagel, Deputy Mayor of The Hague, Netherlands

Building European Research Area in ICT
Rosalie Zobel, European Commission, Belgium

Towards the User-generated State? Citizen-Government Relations in the Web 2.0 Era
Valerie Frissen, TNO Information and Communication Technology, Netherlands

The Elephant and the Mice: Will Web 2.0 Change Government?
David Osimo, JRC, European Commission, Spain

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