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International Workshop on Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce (W3SC2015)

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Important Dates:

Paper Submission: 26 March, 2015
Paper Acceptance Notification: 26 April, 2015
Camera Ready: 14 May, 2015
Workshop: 14-16 July, 2015

Description
While industries and corporations have acknowledged the importance of Web 2.0 and started integrating Web 2.0 in their business processes, they have made only limited contributions to the burgeoning knowledge in Web 3.0. Web 3.0, also called the Intelligent Web, has different definitions, but it refers to the provision of a more productive, personalized and intuitive environment through the integration of Semantic Web and in general Artificial Intelligence technologies emphasizing information understanding. Web 3.0 means that our things, our belongings, will have the power to learn, intuit and decide.

Smart Commerce is one of the definitions of Web 3.0, bringing new approaches to e-business. Smart Commerce, along with other Web 3.0 definitions, means that soon we might have fully globalized services that would allow business to transform according to a new step of globalization.

W3SC2015 is an international workshop on advances in theory, applications and different approaches to using Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce. This workshop is about business transformation according to Web 3.0 and its definitions, about new types of services and innovative business models stemming from the high impact of Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce as the next step in globalization. The workshop will also include discussions on relevant topics of Big Data and Big Data Analytics.

Goals
The increase of Business research activities can be observed in a variety of the fields. Though there have been several workshops on Business and Services focused on Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce, there is little interaction so far among researchers. The aim of the workshop is to encourage activities in this field, and to bring together world-wide researchers with an interest in Web 3.0. Unlike the conventional conferences, this workshop will mainly discuss and explore theoretical and practical problems raised by the participants. Especially, we provide enough discussion parses for understanding the importance of sustainability and the relationships between the Web 3.0 and Computer science, Management science.

Long term desire/plan of the workshop of continued co-location with the CBI conference
Workshop organizers do hope that the International workshop on Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce will be annual with the CBI conference and will be good place for discussion of theoretical and practical problems raised by participants, which would lead to new collaborations and research activities.

The topics of the workshop are:
  • e-Business and e-Commerce
  • Intelligent Web Applications
  • Smart Commerce
  • Web 3.0 services
  • Web of Things
  • Internet of Things
  • Social computing
  • Big Data and Big Data Analytics for Smart Commerce
  • Personally-based recommendation in e-business and e-commerce

Format
Duration of the workshop: half day.
There will be 4-5 panel presentations on main aspects of Web 3.0 and Smart commerce impact on modern business processes and business transformation (there will be focus on personally-based recommendation services in e-business), at the same time there will be call for papers. All received papers will be structured according to the panel presentations, after each presentation there should be discussion on mentioned topic with short resolution at the end. We do not exclude the option to invite an internationally known scholar in Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce to deliver a keynote.
Organizers also would like to have possibility to allow some (1-2) of the authors participate at the workshop remotely via Skype.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers that are not being considered in another forum. Manuscripts will be from 4 to 8 pages and should be submitted in the IEEE format. Papers redirected from the main conference will be also considered by the program committee of the workshop.
Proceedings will be published as a general CBI workshop proceedings with CBI.

Submissions should be made through EasyChair system.

Publicity
Information about the workshop will also be delivered during the Focus Group meeting on Innovations and Standard of the ITU, also information will be sent to the participants of the Internet governance forum (IGF) and workshops which were organized during the forum in 2013 and in 2014. There are also partners focused on Web 3.0, e-commerce and Business Informatics in Finland, UK, Hong Kong, USA, Germany and Austria to whom will be sent information about the workshop.

Potential participants
Potential participants in the workshop are academic researchers and practitioners in Business Informatics area, who focused on Web 3.0 and Smart Commerce research and implementation.

Organizers
Dr. Svetlana V. Maltseva, Dean of the Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
105187, Russia, Moscow, Kirpichnaya street, 33
+7-495-771-32-38
smaltseva@hse.ru

Dr. Svetlana Maltseva has many years of experience in e-commerce and e-business. Main research areas are social networks and social computing, e-commerce and e-business, Web 3.0, Smart Commerce, innovations in IT. Dr. Maltseva is a member of the Focus Group: Bridging the Gap from innovation to standard of the ITU, one of the organizers of the annual Big Data Science Forum (2012), co-chair of the organizing committee of the Workshops on technological and legal aspects of the internet governance at the Internet governance forum by the UN (IGF-2012,IGF-2013,IGF-2014). Dr.Maltseva was awarded with IBM Academic Award in 2013. Dr. Svetlana Maltseva is a programme director (MSc in Big Data Systems).

Dr. Mikhail M. Komarov, deputy dean for the international relations, Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
105187, Russia, Moscow, Kirpichnaya street, 33
+7-906-760-40-80
mkomarov@hse.ru

Dr. Mikhail Komarov is a programme director (MSc in E-business). Dr. Mikhail Komarov has main research interests in web of things, Web 3.0, Internet of Things, wireless sensor networks and innovations in IT. He participated at several international research projects considering Internet of Things and Web 3.0. He was organizer of the Summer School on E-commerce and E-business in Hong Kong in 2012, and organizer of the Summer School on E-commerce and E-Business in Israel in 2013. He is a member of American academy of project management and Institute of E-commerce Consultants. Dr. Komarov was organizer of the Workshop on Internet of Services for the displaced people during the Internet Governance Forum by the UN (IGF-2013) and also he is a member of the Dynamic coalition on Internet of Things and was a panelist of the Dynamic coalition meeting workshop during the IGF-2013. During the IGF-2014 Dr. Komarov was one of the experts on Internet Economy session organized with the support of OECD. He is also interested in mobile applications development and Smart Commerce solutions.

Programme committee

Dr. Svetlana V. Maltseva, Dean of the Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
105187, Russia, Moscow, Kirpichnaya street, 33
+7-495-771-32-38
smaltseva@hse.ru

Dr. Svetlana Maltseva has many years of experience in e-commerce and e-business. Main research areas are social networks and social computing, e-commerce and e-business, Web 3.0, Smart Commerce, innovations in IT. Dr. Maltseva is a member of the Focus Group: Bridging the Gap from innovation to standard of the ITU, one of the organizers of the annual Big Data Science Forum (2012), co-chair of the organizing committee of the Workshops on technological and legal aspects of the internet governance at the Internet governance forum by the UN (IGF-2012,IGF-2013,IGF-2014). Dr.Maltseva was awarded with IBM Academic Award in 2013. Dr. Svetlana Maltseva is a programme director (MSc in Big Data Systems).

Dr. Mikhail M. Komarov, deputy dean for the international relations, Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
105187, Russia, Moscow, Kirpichnaya street, 33
+7-906-760-40-80
mkomarov@hse.ru

Dr. Mikhail Komarov is a programme director (MSc in E-business). Dr. Mikhail Komarov has main research interests in web of things, Web 3.0, Internet of Things, wireless sensor networks and innovations in IT. He participated at several international research projects considering Internet of Things and Web 3.0. He was organizer of the Summer School on E-commerce and E-business in Hong Kong in 2012, and organizer of the Summer School on E-commerce and E-Business in Israel in 2013. He is a member of American academy of project management and Institute of E-commerce Consultants. Dr. Komarov was organizer of the Workshop on Internet of Services for the displaced people during the Internet Governance Forum by the UN (IGF-2013) and also he is a member of the Dynamic coalition on Internet of Things and was a panelist of the Dynamic coalition meeting workshop during the IGF-2013. During the IGF-2014 Dr. Komarov was one of the experts on Internet Economy session organized with the support of OECD. He is also interested in mobile applications development and Smart Commerce solutions.

Dr. Venky Shankararaman, professor of Information Systems (Education), Associate Dean, Education, School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University, Singapore.
+65 68280931
venks@smu.edu.sg

Current areas of specialization include business process management and analytics, enterprise systems architecture and integration, and education pedagogy. Dr. Venkly Shankararaman have over 25 years of experience in the IT industry in various capacities as a researcher, academic faculty member, IT professional and industry consultant. He has designed and delivered professional courses for government and industry in areas such as business process management and analytics, enterprise architecture, technical architecture, and enterprise integration. Dr. Shankararaman has published over 65 papers in academic journals and conferences. Research activities of Dr. Shankararaman include Business Process Management and Analytics, Mobile Applications, Enterprise Systems Architecture and Integration, and Education Pedagogy.