New Technology Based Models for e-Services Providing

17-18 November 2011
The 2011 Conference on New Technology Based Models for e-Services Providing will be held in Tirana, Albania during November 17,18 2011. The main goal of NTBM 2011 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians,scientists as well as industry researchers from all over the world to present their research results and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solution adopted. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish research or business relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
CONFERENCE TOPICS

eGovernment
  • eGovernment foundations and methods
  • Assessment of eGovernment Services
  • Conceptual design and frameworks for eGovernment   
  • Emerging technologies in eGovernment   
  • eGovernment : case studies and best practices
  • eGovernment  organization and management
  • eGovernment strategies and implementation
  • eGovernment  information security, privacy and trust
  • eProcurement
  • mGovernment
  • eVoting
  • Biometric identification

eCommerce & eBusiness
  •  Modeling and evaluating of e-commerce
  • Strategies of e-commerce
  • e-Marketing 
  • Grid computing and P2P technology in e-commerce
  • Web based e-commerce system
  • Web service and web data management
  • Authentication, authorization and cryptography
  • Intrusion detection and localization
  • Mobile commerce model and platform
  • GPS and location service
  • e-Financing (e-payment, e-bank, e-stock, e- insurance)
  • CRM and business solutions
  • Workflow management systems

Enabling technologies and recent trends in advanced computing
  • Intelligent Systems, Trends in AI
  • Modern DBMS
  • BI and Data Mining
  • Web Services and e-Bussiness, e-Government, e-Management
  • Web Technologies
  • Service-oriented architectures
  • MOBILE COMPUTING
  • CLOUD COMPUTING
  • GRID COMPUTING
  • DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING
  • GIS and Location Based Services
  • Log management and database security
  • Semantic web and web mining
  • Multimedia Technologies
  • Digital Signatures
  • Computing Methods in Bioninformatics
  • Software Formal Verification
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