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IEEE ICEBE 2009 solicits unpublished and high quality research papers. It accepts three types of submissions: research papers, posters and panel proposals. All papers selected for this conference are peer-reviewed and will be evaluated based on relevance, significance, originality, clarity, and technical merit.  Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings of IEEE ICEBE 2009 published by IEEE Computer Society and IEEE digital libraries (EI indexed). Selected best papers will be expanded and revised, as required, for the Journal Special Issues of the following:

IEEE ICEBE 2009 Journal Special Issues Link (Please click the left link)

At least one author of each accepted submission must attend the conference to present the work. Authors should submit their papers, posters and panel proposals via electronic submission system in the following link:

URL: https://www.easychair.org/login.cgi?conf=icebe2009

For Papers
Full research papers must not exceed 8 pages, using IEEE two-column template. All papers should be in Adobe portable document format (PDF) or PostScript format.

For Posters
Poster submissions should include an extended abstract no longer than 2 pages, including all figures and references. The submission must be formatted using IEEE two-column template. In addition, submissions should also include a separate Tabloid sized draft of the poster for review purposes. A Tabloid is an 11 x 17 inches format. To design a successful poster, please find more poster guides over the web. The key criteria for poster submissions are “creativity and novelty” in e-business technical ideas or extended abstracts to introduce interesting and profitable industrial e-business applications.

For Panels
Panels are a great way of generating debate and raise new and interesting issues at ICEBE 2009. They aim to provide a forum for discussing provocative, controversial, innovative, and emerging issues. The best panels are structured as debates and provide opportunities for audience participation. Panel proposals should be no longer than 4 pages and should include the panel topic, the names of the panellists, one paragraph biographical sketches describing each panellist’s expertise and the proposed structure and format of the panel. The final abstract for publishing should also include a position statement by each panellist and an overview of the ways in which the position statements relate to each other.
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