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       22nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
            13-16 October 2003, Chicago, Illinois, USA

              http://conceptualmodeling.org/er2003/


SCOPE OF CONFERENCE

There has been a dramatic impact from trends of increased processing
power, storage capacity, network bandwidth, interconnectivity, and
mobility of computing devices.  As processes and interactions in this
environment grow more complex, proper design becomes more important.
Conceptual modeling continues to have a vital role in advanced
information systems development.  But new techniques will be required
to deal with the challenges facing developers.

The International Conference on Conceptual Modeling provides a forum
for presenting and discussing current research and applications in
which conceptual modeling is the major emphasis.  The theme of ER2003
is conceptual modeling for the future.  We especially invite forward-
looking and innovative contributions that identify promising areas
for future conceptual modeling research.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

We solicit submission of original research, as well as experience and
vision papers from both researchers and practitioners.  We welcome any
topic where conceptual modeling is a major theme.  Specific examples
of topics of interest include, but are not limited to, conceptual
modeling as applied to:

- information modeling concepts, including ontologies
- ontological and conceptual correctness in modeling
- e-business and Web-based information systems
- mobile information systems
- the Semantic Web
- semistructured data and XML
- information and database integration
- information retrieval, organization, summarization, visualization
- design methodologies and their evaluation
- software engineering and tools
- reuse, patterns, and object oriented design
- quality and metrics
- conceptual change and schema evolution
- spatial, temporal, and multimedia aspects in conceptual models
- metadata, its interpretation and usage
- reverse engineering and reengineering
- knowledge management systems
- user interfaces
- groupware and workflow management
- data warehousing and data mining
- advanced and cross-disciplinary applications

SUBMISSSION GUIDELINES

Authors should submit original manuscripts via the ER2003 Web site,
as PostScript or PDF files by 15 March 2003.  Papers may not exceed
5000 words.  Use at least an 11-point font and no more than 20 double-
spaced pages.  (Typically published papers are 14 pages in LNCS
format.)  The ER2003 home page (www.conceptualmodeling.org/er2003)
contains further details.

The proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS
series.  Springer-Verlag publishes a full-text electronic version of
LNCS in parallel with the printed version, so the electronic source
of accepted papers will be required (LaTeX 2e format is preferred).
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended
versions for possible publication in Data & Knowledge Engineering.

INDUSTRIAL PAPERS

Please submit papers for the industry track to one of the Industrial
Co-Chairs, Terry Halpin (terry [at] northfacecapital.com) or Peter Aiken
(paiken [at] acm.org) by 15 March 2003.  We invite both full papers and
short papers.  Please visit our Web site for full details
(conceptualmodeling.org/er2003).

WORKSHOPS

Workshops Co-Chairs are Manfred Jeusfeld (manfred.jeusfeld [at] uvt.nl)
and Oscar Pastor (opastor [at] dsic.upv.es).  For workshop information,
see http://SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH-Aachen.DE/Societies/ER2003Workshops/.

TUTORIALS

Please submit tutorial proposals to one of the Tutorial Co-Chairs,
Ee-Peng Lim (aseplim [at] ntu.edu.sg) or Toby Teorey (teorey [at] eecs.umich.edu)
by 15 March 2003.  Identify the presenter, the intended audience, and
the scope of the topic.  Tutorials may be presented as a 90-minute
tutorial inside the conference, or as a half day (3 hour) or a full
day (6 hour) pre-conference tutorial.  Suggested tutorial topics
include, but are not limited to: Semantic Web, Web knowledge
management, and data mining process modeling.

PANELS

We solicit proposals for panel sessions related to the conference
topics about which there is controversy and thus a need for public
discussion.  Please send panel proposals to one of the Panel
Co-Chairs, Avigdor Gal (avigal [at] ie.technion.ac.il) or Elisa Bertino
(bertino [at] dsi.unimi.it) by 15 March 2003.  See our Web site for more
detailed instructions.

DEMONSTRATIONS AND POSTERS

ER2003 provides a forum for ongoing work: poster reports on projects
in progress, demonstrations of alpha- and beta-versions of software
tools and products, invitations to cooperate on new project ideas,
etc.  These should stimulate a highly interactive and future-oriented
added value to ER2003.  Please send poster and demonstration
proposals to the Demonstration and Poster Chair, Heinrich C. Mayr
(mayr [at] ifit.uni-klu.ac.at) by 20 June 2003.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper abstracts (soft deadline):     8 March 2003
Full papers (firm deadline):        15 March 2003
Tutorial & panel proposals:         15 March 2003
Notification:                       17 May   2003
Camera-ready papers:                14 June  2003
Poster & demonstration proposals:   20 June  2003

SPONSORS

Northern Illinois University
Northwestern University
In Cooperation with ACM, ER Institute, DAMA


ORGANIZERS

General Chair:          Peter Scheuermann
                        Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
                        Northwestern University
                        email: peters [at] ece.nwu.edu

Organizing Chair:       Kathi Hogshead Davis
                        Department of Computer Science
                        Northern Illinois University
                        email: kdavis [at] cs.niu.edu

Program Co-Chairs:      Il-Yeol Song
                        College of Information Science and Technology
                        Drexel University
                        email: song [at] drexel.edu

                        Stephen W. Liddle
                        School of Accountancy and Information Systems
Kevin & Debra Rollins Center for eBusiness
                        Brigham Young University
                        email: liddle [at] byu.edu

                        Tok Wang Ling
                        Department of Computer Science
                        National University of Singapore
                        email: lingtw [at] comp.nus.edu.sg

Industrial Co-Chairs:   Terry Halpin (North Face Learning, USA)
                        Peter Aiken (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA)
Tutorial Co-Chairs:     Ee-Peng Lim (Nanyang Technological Univ., Singapore)
                        Toby Teorey (University of Michigan, USA)
Panel Co-Chairs:        Avigdor Gal (Technion, Israel)
                        Elisa Bertino (University of Milano, Italy)
Workshop Co-Chairs:     Manfred Jeusfeld  (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
                        Oscar Pastor  (Polytechnic Univ. of Valencia, Spain)
Demos and Posters:      Heinrich C. Mayr (University of Klagenfurt, Austria)
Publicity Chair:        Rokia Missaoui (University of Quebec, Canada)
Local Arrangements:     Bamshad Mobasher (DePaul University, USA)
Treasurer:              Robert Janota (Northern Illinois University, USA)
Registration:           Eugene Sheng (Northern Illinois University, USA)
Steering Comm. Liaison: Jacky Akoka (CNAM & INT, France)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Akoka, Jacky, CNAM & INT, France
Allen, Gove, Tulane University, USA
Arisawa, Hiroshi, Yokohama National Univ, Japan
Atzeni, Paolo, Universita' Roma Tre, Italy
Bertino, Elisa, DSI, Italy
Bouzeghoub, Mokrane, Univ. of Versailles, France
Casanova, Marco A., PUC-Rio, Brazil
Catarci, Tiziana, Universita' di Roma "la Sapienza", Italy
Ceri, Stefano, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Chen, Ye-Sho, LSU, USA
Chiang, Roger H.L., Univ. of Cincinnati, USA
Chu, Wesley, UCLA, USA
De Troyer, Olga, Free Univ. of Brussels, Belgium
Delcambre, Lois,  OGI/OHSU, USA
Dey, Debabrata, University of Washington, USA
Elmasri, Ramez, Univ. of Texas, Arlington, USA
Embley, David W., Brigham Young Univ., USA
Geppert, Andreas, Credit Suisse, Switzerland
Goelman, Don, Villanova University, USA
Grefen, Paul,  Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Guarino, Nicola, National Research Council LADSEB-CNR, Italy
Hainaut, Jean-Luc, University of Namur, Belgium
Han, Hyoil, Drexel University, USA
Han, Wook-Shin, Kyungpook National University, Korea
Henderson-Sellers, Brian,  Univ. of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Hu, Xiaohua Tony, Drexel University, USA
Johannesson, Paul, Stockholm University, Sweden
Kangassalo, Hannu, University of Tampere,Finland
Laender, Alberto, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Lee, Byung S. , University of Vermont,  USA
Lee, Dongwon, Pennsylvania State Univ., USA
Lee, Jeong-Joon, KPU, Korea
Lee, Mong Li, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Liu, Ling, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Maciaszek, Leszek, Macquarie University, Australia
March, Sal, Vanderbilt University, USA
Mayr, Heinrich C., University of Klagenfurt, Austria
McCarthy, William, Michigan State Univ, USA
Metais, Elisabeth, University of Versailles, France
Missaoui, Rokia,  University of Quebec, Canada
Miura, Takao, Hosei University, Japan
Mok, Wai Yin, U. of Alabama, Huntsville, USA
Moody, Daniel, Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Czech Republic
Motschnig, Renate, University of Vienna, Austria
Nummenmaa, Jyrki, University of Tampere, Finland
O'Leary, Daniel, University of Southern California, USA
Olive, Antoni, University of Catalunya, Spain
Orlowska, Maria, University of Queensland, Australia
Ouksel, Aris M., University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Palazzo de Oliveira, Jose, UFRGS, Brazil
Parent, Christine, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Pastor, Oscar, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
Pirotte, Alain, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Purao, Sandeep, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Ram, Sudha, University  of Arizona, USA
Rizzi, Stefano, University of Bologna, Italy
Rundensteiner, Elke, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Sarkar, Sumit, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Schrefl, Michael, University of Linz, Austria
Siau, Keng L., Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Solvberg, Arne, Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Norway
Spaccapietra, Stefano, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland
Storey, Veda C., Georgia State University, USA
Sugumaran, Vijayan, Oakland University, USA
Tanniru, Mohan, University of Arizona, USA
Tari, Zahir, RMIT University, Australia
Teorey, Toby, University of Michigan,USA
Thalheim, Bernhard, Brandenburgian Technical Univ., Germany
Theodoratos, Dimitri, NJIT, USA
Trujillo, Juan, University  of Alicante, Spain
Umar, Amjad, Fordham University, USA
Venkataraman, Ramesh, Indiana University, USA
Wand, Yair, University of British Columbia, Canada
Wang, Shan, Renmin University of China, China
Whang, Kyu-Young, KAIST, Korea
Wieringa, Roel, University of Twente, Netherlands
Yu, Eric, University of Toronto, Canada
Zaniolo, Carlo, UCLA, USA
Zhang, Yanchun,  University of Tasmania, Australia
Zimanyi, Esteban, ULB, Belgium