International Multidiscipinary Conference on Electronic
Poland, October 15-17, 2007
of the Conference
We would like to
invite original papers on all aspects of electronic
commerce and related issues. The conference is meant to
address the academic community as well as
representatives of business, industry, government, and
information technology sector. Thus - apart from
research papers - practical presentations of existing
solutions are very welcome, too.
The areas of E-Commerce, E-Governance
etc. are interdisciplinary by nature: they involve
people with their background in economy, management,
artificial intelligence, computer science, sociology,
psychology, law and so on. We feel that a meeting of
such people may help to cross the boundaries between the
traditional disciplines, but also between the
communities of theorists and practitioners. This can
create a better understanding of the mechanisms
underlying electronic markets and organizations.
This year we would like to emphasize as a
- Usability in Systems and
The general list of other topics
includes (but is not limited to):
can also have a look at the more detailed list here.
Please note that, however long and detailed, this list
is not exhaustive. Interesting papers on related topics
are also welcome.
Markets and Electronic Marketing
and Models for E-Commerce
Intelligence in E-Commerce
Contracting and Legal Aspects of E-Commerce
Interaction and Negotiation
Computing and Electronic Commerce
Side of E-Commerce
should submit draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of
total length of a paper should not exceed 10 pages
(LNCS style). LNCS style templates are available
will be refereed and accepted on the basis of their
scientific merit and relevance to the workshop.
and presented papers
will be included in the Conference Proceedings and
published on a CD (ISSN 1896-7094).
version of papers accepted for the 5th and 6th ECOM Conferences,
that took place in 2006, have been invited to be
published in a Special Issue of the
Journal on Computer Science and Information Systems