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Fifth Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation (ASSRI'15)

Information Technology is a fundamental enabler of today’s service economy. There is also a growing recognition of the critical role of digital service innovation in improving productivity levels and quality of life. Further technological paradigms such as web services, the internet of things, cloud computing, social computing, and engagement platforms are redefining the landscape of service. This has brought increased policy and research focus to the conceptualisation, design, delivery, and evaluation of service systems.

The fifth Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation will bring together a cross-disciplinary group of researchers and practitioners who are engaged in research and development in the area of service, broadly defined. It will feature keynote addresses and invited lectures by prominent researchers in the field. There will also be paper sessions to which researchers are invited to submit their recent work. A public sector and industry forum featuring some of the academic researchers and practitioners in industry and government will also be a part of the symposium. The symposium is expected to provide a forum for analyzing and assessing the progress achieved in pursuit of this goal and to explore the foundations of and emerging directions in service research.

The symposium is sponsored by the Service Science Society of Australia. This is the apex national body representing the services research community of Australia. It seeks to promote the understanding and use of service science in government, industry and academia. The Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation series also serves as its annual meeting.


PAPER SUBMISSION, SYMPOSIUM PUBLICATIONS, AND BEST PAPER AWARDS
Paper submissions should be limited to a maximum of 15 pages in the Springer LNBIP format (see link), and will be reviewed by the Program Committee on the basis of overall quality, relevance to service research, originality, significance, and clarity. Please submit papers through EasyChair. The proceedings will be published by Springer under the Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series. Selected papers will be fast-tracked for publication in a services research journal of good standing (in revised and expanded form).

Two best paper awards will be presented to the authors of (1) the best research paper and (2) the best student paper. The selection of the best papers will be made by the Program Committee Chairs in consultation with the Program Committee members based on the overall quality and contribution.



TOPICS OF INTEREST (but not limited to)
●Service Level Agreements (SLAs and Contracts)
●Healthcare-related services
●Compliance
●Accountability
●Governance
●Service science
●Smart services
●Service computing and web services
●Service market-places
●Human computation
●Crowdsourcing
●Cloud computing
●Service-oriented software engineering
●Service system design
●Service marketplaces
●Service system engineering
●Service technologies
●Applications and case studies
●Value co-creation in service systems
●Service marketing and CRM



Important Dates:
Paper submission deadline: 28 September, 2015
Author Notification: 15 October, 2015
Camera Ready deadline: 22 October, 2015
Conference Registration deadline: 26 October, 2015
Conference Dates: 2-3 November 2015

02/11/2015 - 09:00
Australasian Web Conference (AWC) 2015 The relentless growth in Internet functionality and broadband access has enabled a new wave of innovations that are transforming the way people and organisations interact, communicate, and collaborate. The third Australasian Web Conference (AWC) is part of the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW) and focuses on presenting original contributions on research, development, and applications, related to all fields of Web research. AWC 2015 invites submissions dealing with all areas of Web research, including but not limited to the following:

  • Semantic Web
  • Linked open data
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Web mining
  • Deep Web
  • Emerging Web techniques
  • Information retrieval
  • Interfaces and accessibility
  • Interoperability and heterogeneous systems
  • Mobile Web
  • Performance, scalability and availability
  • Personalisation and recommender systems
  • Security and privacy
  • Social networks and communities
  • Social Web and analytics
  • Mashups
  • Web of things
  • Web search
  • Service Web, Web services, and service-oriented computing
  • XML and semi-structured data management

Prof. Joseph Davis will serve as the conference chair.

27/01/2015 - 09:00
Second Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation

With the increasingly dominant role that the service sector plays in both developed and emerging economies, the conceptualisation, design, delivery, and evaluation of service systems have attracted significant research attention and policy focus. There is also a growing recognition of the critical role of service innovation in improving productivity levels and quality of life. The transition from the manufacturing and goods-based orientation to more of a service-dominant logic has gathered momentum in recent years. Information and communication technologies (ICT) play a central role in the design and delivery of service systems. Internet and World Wide Web-related developments such as web 2.0, semantic web, cloud infrastructure, and service-oriented computing and web services, social computing, and (internet-based) human computation are just a few of the technological advances that are helping to redefine the landscape of service systems.

The Service Science Society of Australia is the apex national body representing the services research community of Australia. It seeks to promote the understanding and use of service science in government, industry and academia. The Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation series serves as its annual meeting.

The second Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation will bring together a cross-disciplinary group of researchers and practitioners who are engaged in research and development in the area of services, broadly defined. It will feature keynote addresses and invited lectures by prominent researchers in the field. There will also be contributed paper sessions as well as a forum for PhD students to present their service-related thesis research. An industry forum featuring a few of the key players in industry and government will also be a part of the symposium.

Topics of Interest

  • Service science
  • Smart services
  • Service computing and web services
  • Human computation
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Cloud computing
  • Service systems design
  • Service systems engineering
  • Service technologies
  • Applications and case studies
  • Value co-creation in service systems
  • Service economy
  • Service marketing and CRM
  • Abstract Submission

    Researchers and research students who work on service-related topics are invited to submit a two-page abstract of their paper to both program chairs (see contact details in next section). The deadline for submission will be 19 October 2012. Notification regarding presentation at the symposium or the PhD forum will be sent out by 2 November 2012.

    Organising Committee

    Conference Chair:
    Joseph G. Davis, University of Sydney
    Program Chairs:
    Aditya Ghose, University of Wollongong (Aditya[DOT]ghose[AT]gmail[DOT]com)
    Fethi Rabhi, University of New South Wales (f[DOT]rabhi[AT]unsw.edu.au)

    Program Committee

    Renu Agarwal, University of Technology Sydney
    Boualem Benatallah, UNSW
    Athman Bouguettaya, RMIT
    Byron Keating, University of Canberra
    Ryszard Kowalczyk, Swinburne University
    Simon Milton, University of Melbourne
    Liam O’Brien
    Helen Paik, UNSW
    Simon Poon, University of Sydney
    Ananth Srinivasan, University of Auckland
    Shazia Sadiq, University of Queensland
    Vladimir Tosic, NICTA
    Jay Hannon, IBM
    Surya Nepal (CSIRO)
    Pradeep Khanna (Global Mindset)

19/11/2012 - 09:00
First International Conference on Exploring Services Science IESS 1.0 CALL FOR PAPERS** OVERVIEW**Services Science is not a cosmetic change of existing things. Introduced by IBM in 2002, it has now emerged and matured in a true trans-disciplinary atmosphere. Encompassing disciplines not only in management and engineering, it also draws from disciplines such as social and cognitive sciences, law, ethics, economics etc. to address the theoretical and practical aspects of the challenging services industry and its economy.----- Services Science leverages methods, results and knowledge stemming from these disciplines towards the development of its own concepts, methods, techniques and approaches thus creating the basis for true trans-disciplinary gatherings and the production of trans-disciplinary results. Services Science is building a concrete framework for trans-disciplinary purposes.------ Thus "service" must be considered in this conference with its multiple facets: economic, organizational, social, collective, ontological, regulatory, secure, etc. and also, of course, implemented by means of informatics. Sometimes it is referred to as information services to distinguish its restricted meanings in various disciplines like Economy or Informatics.------ The goal of this first conference is to build upon this growing community to further study and understand this emerging discipline. Academics, researchers and practitioners of all disciplines are expected to contribute their results and approaches to Services Science in a trans-disciplinary setting. In order to achieve the best possible mix of disciplines and their representation, the conference is structured around Service research topics, which are trans-disciplinary and around Service contexts, which are more disciplinary oriented.------ The contributions should address one or several topics, be grounded in one or several contexts and be open to trans-disciplinary approaches.------ **RESEARCH TOPICS** Research topics follow the Services lifecycle and include (not limited to) the following subtopics. Contributions addressing more than one topic are encouraged. ----- 1. Service innovation: Value models, Innovation/Creation process, Business trends, Technological trends, People trends, Service innovation and strategy. // 2. Service exploration: Consumer service needs modeling, Supplier service modeling, Business services requirements modeling, Service information & process modeling, Service exploration process. // 3. Service design : Service design methodologies and patterns, Service and re-design of organization of activities, Service co-design environments, tools, Requirements oriented towards services, Design of complex services, Service compliance with laws and regulations, Service security and safety. // 4. Service engineering: Ontologies and interoperability, Web-services, Service-oriented architectures, Ubiquitous & mobile computing, Service orchestration, choreography, composition, COTS, Enterprise architectures, Service security and safety engineering. // 5. Service sustainability: - IT service management: IT governance, Compliance with laws and regulations; - IS service management: Project management for IS services, Service evolution, QoS management (e.g. performance, trust, security, utility, usability), Business intelligence; - Service management: Service operations & marketing, Services and strategy, Future trends in services. 17/02/2010 - 00:00
The First Sino-Australia IT Research and Education Summit


Purpose

This inaugural forum will establish an annual event to be held in Australia and China to bring Deans, Head of Schools, Head of Departments and leading professors in the area of Information Technology and Computer Science from top universities and research institutes in both countries, including the Group-of-Eight (Go8) universities in Australia, a group of selected “985” universities in China, and national research organizations including CSIRO and NICTA in Australia, Chinese Academy of Sciences in China. The main purpose is to enhance mutual understanding and research collaboration among top IT research universities and organizations between the two countries, to discuss common challenges, opportunities and strategies, and to share our experiences in building world-class research and higher education in IT research and education.

Expected outcome from this series of events include opportunities for joint research projects and centres (with funding from Australia and Chinese Governments and other funding agencies), schemes for exchanging research students and staff, linked programs for PhD students, policy development to enhance IT research and educational collaboration between the two countries.


Conference Organisation

This inaugural event will be hosted by the University of Queensland and supported by the ARC Research Network in Enterprise Information Infrastructure (EII), with key organizers including Prof Paul Bailes (Head, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering), Prof Xiaofang Zhou (Convenor, ARC Research Network in Enterprise Information Infrastructure), supported by Ms Kath Williamson (Manager, EII).

Institutions Represented


China

Chinese Academy of Sciences

East China Normal University

Fudan University

Harbin Institute of Technology

Huazhong University of Science and
technology

Northeastern University

Peking University

Renmin University of China

Shanghai Jiaotong University

Sun Yat-Sen University [Zhongshan
University]

Tsinghua University


Australia

The University of Adelaide

ARC Research Council

CSIRO

The University of Melbourne

The University of NSW

The University of Queensland

The University of Sydney

The Australian National University [TBC]

Monash University [TBC]

National ICT Australia [TBC]


Schedule

This summit will include the following types of activities:

1)     University and faculty/school/department introductions

2)     Keynote speeches, and speeches from peak funding agencies and government bodies in both countries

3)     Sessions (each topic below will be approx 60 mins duration – 2*20 minutes talks from one from China and one from Australia, followed by 20 minutes discussions), on topics of mutual interest including

a.      building and managing first-class CS/IT schools,

b.     attracting bright students to do IT degrees and in particular to do PhD,

c.      innovative programs and curriculum design,

d.     exchange programs and internships,

e.     linked programs at undergraduate/master/PhD levels,

f.       special funding opportunities between China and Australia, and

g.      enhancing teaching from research excellence,

h.     (one topic to be suggested by Chinese colleagues).

 

 

Morning

Afternoon

Evening

5 Nov

 

Arrival

Welcome reception

Day 1

6 Nov

Opening, Keynotes, ARC/NSFC

Sessions (3)

Official Banquet

Day 2

7 Nov

Sessions (3)

Sessions (2)

departure; or informal dinner

Day 3

8 Nov

Networking Activities

Venue


Peppers Salt Resort

Bells Boulevard, Salt Village

Kingscliff NSW 2487

Tel: 61 2 6674 7777

Em:
salt@peppers.com.au

  • 15 minutes from Coolangatta Airport, Gold Coast,
    Queensland [Interstate travellers]

  • 1 hour 20 minutes from Brisbane International Airport,
    Queensland [International travellers]

06/11/2008 - 09:00
ICSOC 2008 6th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing Sydney, Australia, December 1-5, 2008. 01/12/2008 - 09:00
International Symposium of Information Systems Dec 19-21, 2008 (ISIS 2008)

The Centre for Information Technology and the Networked Economy (CITNE) at the ISB is hosting the third International Symposium of Information Systems (ISIS 2008). Building on the spectacular success of ISIS 2007, this Symposium brings together leading academic researchers and industry thought leaders to confer and debate current unpublished work on research topics that are relevant and rigorous.

Co-Chairs:
Rajiv Banker (Temple)
Ravi Bapna (University of Minnesota; CITNE, ISB)
Ramayya Krishnan (Carnegie Mellon)
V Sambamurthy (Michigan State)

19/12/2008 - 09:00

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