Global Call for Papers: http://hsi.itrc.net
The Human.Society@Internet conference was first started in May 2000 with the aim of providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and research results among professionals and students interested in following the issues and solutions to their possible ill effects, and issues and solutions to supporting the numerous applications of the Internet that have broad consequences on humans and the society.
The technical themes of the 2005 edition of the conference
are organized around two tracks as follows:
Track I: Impacts of the Internet on Humans and the Society
negative side effects of the Internet on humans and the society, that is, the uses of the Internet that have caused monetary damages, invasion of privacy, violation of intellectual rights, social problems, and even undesirable outcomes in elections, etc. These include, but are not limited to, spam; viruses, worms, and phishing; digital rights violations; frauds in electronic commerce, mobile commerce and auctions; hacking and intrusion; cyber terror and cyber warfare; invasion of privacy and identify theft; attacks against the Internet infrastructure, including denial of service attacks; exposure of children to unsavory things; hijacking of democracy by a small but vocal minority; bad web communities, such as suicide websites, crime-aiding websites; marriage breakups; rude words in opinions posted to websites; etc.
technical, legal, business model, and mass education-based solutions to address ill effects from the uses of the Internet, as mentioned above.
Track II: Applications of the Internet That Have Broad Positive Impacts on Humans and the Society
both established and emerging uses of the Internet that have or are expected to have positive effects on humans and the society, that is, applications and uses of the Internet that expand commerce and economy, enhance quality of life, improve government’s services to people, diversify the interactions and relationships among people in communities of varying sizes and purposes, etc. These include, but are not limited to, electronic commerce, mobile commerce, auction, online games, entertainment, education and learning, health care, governance, politics, Internet telephony, e-mass media (digital newspapers, radio), e-family, e-communities, etc.
technologies to support the applications mentioned above.
Due Date: February 8, 2005
Medium: Website (http://hsi.itrc.net/)
Papers: High-quality original research and position
papers written in good English are solicited. Suggested length is 10-20
double-spaced, single-column pages. Information for the authors is supplied on
the Website (http://hsi.itrc.net/). Papers
from Hong Kong should be submitted to Hong Kong PC Co-Chairs, and to either of the
Global PC Co-Chairs (simultaneously). Papers from a country for which there is no
designated Country PC Chair should be submitted to the Global PC Co-Chairs.
Tutorials: Half-day tutorial proposals related to the conference theme are solicited. Tutorial proposals should be submitted directly to the tutorial chair (Prof. Kenichi Yoshida, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Panel discussion: Panel discussion session proposals related to the conference theme are solicited. Panel discussion proposals should be submitted directly to the panel chair (Dr. Katsuyuki Yamazaki, email@example.com).
The Proceedings of the Conference will be published by Springer-Verlag as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.
|February 8, 2005||Paper and Proposal Submissions Due|
|April 4, 2005||Notice of Acceptance/Rejection to Paper Authors|
|May 4, 2005||Camera-Ready Papers and Invited Talk Files Due|
|May 4, 2005||Pre-Registration for Authors of Accepted Papers Due|
|June 6, 2005||Online Pre-Registration Starts|
|July 6, 2005||Online Pre-Registration Closes|
|July 27, 2005||Conference Starts|
|June 29, 2005||Conference Ends|
Japan Society for
the Promotion of Science, 163rd Committee on Internet Technology, Japan
Japan Medical Information Network Association, Japan
Dr. Won Kim
CEO of Cyber Database Solutions, Austin, Texas
Song, President, Korea Network Information Center
Tok-Wang Ling, Department of Computer Science
National University of Singapore
Prof. Shingo Ichii,
Graduate School of Mathematical Science
University of Tokyo
Prof. Shinji Shimojo, Cybermedia Center
Dr. Katsuyuki Yamazaki
KDDI R&D Laboratories
Prof. Kenichi Yoshida
Li, Department of Computer Science
City University of Hong Kong
Dr. Elvis Leung
Hong Kong Hospital Authority
Va Leong, Department of Computing
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Prof. Wenyin Liu, Department of
City University of Hong Kong
Jiannong Cao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Gary Chan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hak Wai Chan, University of Hong Kong
Weijia Jia, City University of Hong Kong
Ben Kao, University of Hong Kong
Irwin King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wai Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Victor Lee, City University of Hong Kong
Robert Luk, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Joseph Ng, Hong Kong Baptist University
Wilfred Ng, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Man Hon Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Man Leung Wong, Lingnan University
Jianliang Xu, Hong Kong Baptist University
Prof. Yuji Oie
Kyushu Institute of Technology
Prof. Hiroshi Tanaka
Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Prof. Yoshifumi Masunaga
VeriSign Japan K. K.
Chang Kyu Kim
Trian Consulting, Ltd.
Allied Telesis, K. K.
Japan Medical Information Network Association
Nihon Unisys, Ltd.
Last : January 12, 2005