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IESS 2012; International conference on exploring services sciences

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 21 July 2011, 14:25 Hrs
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Since the time IBM introduced the term SSME (service science, management and engineering), to describe service sciences, the field of service sciences has come a long way in a relatively short period of time.
It no longer remains limited to the management and engineering disciplines, it also draws from fields such as social and cognitive sciences, law, ethics, economics etc. to address the theoretical and practical aspects of the challenging service industry and its economy
In his paper titled SSME, service science management and engineering, Paul P Maglio from IBM calls it 'an inter-disciplinary umbrella that enables economists, social scientists, mathematicians, computer scientists and professionals from many other disciplines, to co-operate to achieve a larger goal, which is, the analysis. Construction, management and evolution of the most complex systems we have ever attempted to construct'.
It has, therefore become essential that the service science be understood keeping in mind its multiple facets, be it economic, organizational or human.
Academics, researchers and practitioners of all relevant disciplines must contribute their results and approaches to Service Science in a trans-disciplinary setting.
It is precisely for this reason that IESS, known for its unwavering focus on the exploratory aspects surrounding the service sciences, is coming back with IESS 1.2 2012 - 3rd International Conference on Exploring Services Sciences. Scheduled to be held from February 15 to February 17, 2012 at University of Geneva, the UNIMAIL building situated at: 40 Boulevard du Pont d'Arve, 1211 Geneva.
After the two successful events held in 2010 and 2011, IESS now aims to offer academics, researchers and practitioners of all disciplines this exploratory outlet to communicate and share their results.
To achieve this goal, IESS is inviting authors to submit their original research manuscript to the conference either in one of the following tracks below:
* General Track 1 Service engineering: Web-services, Service-oriented architectures, Ubiquitous & mobile computing, Service orchestration, choreography, composition, COTS, Enterprise architectures and Service security and safety engineering.
* General Track 2 Service Management: IT service management: IT governance, Compliance with laws and regulations, IS service management:, Project management for IS services, Service evolution, QoS management, Business intelligence and Future trends in services
* Specific Track1: Service Systems Modeling.
* Specific Track2: Human Computer Interaction and Human Concerns in Service Design, Engineering and Management
* Specific Track3: Conceptualizing service systems
* Specific Track4: Serv(ic)ing a smart(er) society
* Specific Track5:Services science for E-health
* Specific Track6: Transportation and Logistics Information Services
* Specific track 7: Managing knowledge for Service Centered Innovation: Emerging Issues and Trends for Information Systems

The papers are to be submitted in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and the results described must be unpublished and must not be under review elsewhere.17th of September 2011 is the last date to submit your tracks.

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