BIS 2002 Conference Call for Papers (deadline Dec. 15, 2001)

Pawel Jan Kalczynski pjk at
Sun Dec 2 18:25:00 PST 2001

Attached to this message, please find the Call for Papers for the 5th International 
Conference on Business Information Systems BIS 2002 to be held in Poznan, Poland 
late in April. 

Also, please let me interest you with two workshops and nine special sessions 
organized within the framework of BIS 2002. CfPs for workshops and special sessions 
are available on the conference website at

Kind regards,

Pawel Jan Kalczynski
BIS2002 Organizing Committee
The Poznan University of Economics
Department of Computer Science
Tel +48 61 8569333    Fax +48 61 8569334
E-mail: pjk at

                   Call for Papers


                       BIS 2002

                    Poznan, Poland
                     April 24-25, 2002

       submission deadline: December 15, 2001

• Business Intelligence
• Filtering 
• E-business
• Process

• The Poznan University of Economics, Poland

• CEPIS – The Council of European Professional
  Informatics Societies 
• GI – Gesellschaft für Informatik
• ISCA – International Society for Computers and
  Applications, USA
• NTIE – Scientific Society of Economic Informatics,

BIS 2002 International Conference invites researchers
and practitioners to submit papers that contribute the
results of research in business information systems as
well as papers that report on industrial IT projects.
The Program Committee particularly encourages presentations
of practical papers on industrial experience or on the
validation of prototype implementations. Topics are
restricted by the scope of the conference as defined
above and they include inter alia:

• Business Intelligence Track: Knowledge Management,
  Data Warehousing, Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery,
  Decision Support Systems, Integration of Information
  Systems, Web Warehousing, Web Mining, Balanced Scorecard
• Filtering Track: Information Filtering, Adaptive
  Filtering, Collaborative Filtering, Web Filtering,
  Knowledge Representation for Filtering, Textual and
  Multimedia Information Management Systems
• E-Business Track: electronic transactions and banking,
  commerce and payments on the Internet, standards,
  protocols, communication systems, virtual organizations,
  marketplaces, CRM
• Process Track: process-oriented organizations, workflow,
  information flow.

• Business Applications of Virtual Reality
  Wojciech Cellary (cellary at
• WOOBS 2002 - Object-Oriented Business Solutions
  Rafael Corchuelo (corchu at

• Corporate Learning Solutions
   Torsten Schmale (Torsten.Schmale at
• Data Warehousing and Information Logistics
   Robert Winter (Robert.Winter at
• Economic Models for Information Retrieval and Filtering in
  the Web Environment
   Richard Bonner (richard.bonner at
• Geo-business Information System 
   Marcin Paprzycki (marcin at
• Knowledge Management
   Henry Linger (frada.burstein at
• Language Technology for Business Information Systems
   Jakub Piskorski (piskorsk at
• Mobile e-Business
   Stephanie Teufel (stephanie.teufel at
• Pan-European Legal Information Systems
   Erich Schweighofer (erich.schweighofer at
• Socio-Cognitive Engineering in the Modelling of
  Business Intelligence
   Andrzej Straszak (Andrzej.Straszak at

• Long papers    		up to 5000 words 
• Work-in-progress papers 	up to 2500 words

Submission guidelines may be found at


Dec. 15, 2001     submission deadline for long and
                  work-in-progress papers
Feb.  15, 2002    notification of acceptance/rejection
Mar.  15, 2002    submission of final papers after correction
Apr. 24-25, 2002  the conference 


Witold Abramowicz - The Poznan University of Economics,
Poland, (W.Abramowicz at

• Marcin Paprzycki (special sessions coordinator) - Oklahoma State
  University, USA (marcin at
• Hans-Juergen Appelrath - University of Oldenburg, Germany
• Andrzej Baborski - University of Economics in Wroc³aw, Poland
• Ken Barker - University of Calgary, Canada
• Ryszard Bonner - Mälardalen University, Sweden
• Hans-Dieter Burkhard - Humboldt University, Germany
• Wojciech Cellary - The Poznañ University of Economics, Poland
• David Cheung - The University of Hong Kong, China
• Witold Chmielarz - Warsaw University, Poland
• Peter Dadam - University of Ulm, Germany
• Manoranjan Dash - National University of Singapore, Singapore
• Marek Fertsch – Technical University of Poznañ, Poland
• Andrzej Gospodarowicz - University of Economics in Wroc³aw, Poland
• Adam Grzech - Technical University of Wroc³aw, Poland
• Zdzis³aw Hippe - University of Information Technology and Management,
• Lech Janczewski - University of Auckland, Australia
• Janusz Kacprzyk - Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
• Dimitris Karagiannis - Universität Wien, Austria
• Jerzy Kisielnicki - Warsaw University, Poland
• Gary Klein - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA
• Stanislaw Krzy¿aniak - Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Poland
• Bernard Kubiak - University of Gdansk, Poland
• Henry Linger - Monash University, Australia
• Peter C. Lockemann - University of Karlsruhe, Germany
• Leszek Maciaszek - Macquarie University, Australia
• Heinrich C. Mayr - University Klagenfurt, Austria
• Jan Mrazek - Bank of Montreal, Canada
• Marian NiedŸwiedziñski - University of Lodz, Poland
• Roumen Nikolov - Sofia University, Bulgaria
• Jorgen Fischer Nilsson - Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
• Mitsunori Ogihara - University of Rochester, USA
• Maria Orlowska - The University of Queensland, Australia
• Mike Papazoglou - University of Tilburg, Holland
• Witold Pedrycz - University of Alberta, Canada
• Jaroslav Pokorný - Charles University of Prague, Czech Republic
• Václav Øepa - VSE Praha, Czech Republic
• August-Wilhelm Scheer - University of Saarland, Germany
• Erich Schweighofer - University of Vienna, Austria
• Evgueni Solojentsev - IPMASH RAN, Russia
• Janusz Stok³osa - Technical University of Poznañ, Poland
• Stephanie Teufel - University of Fribourg, Switzerland
• A Min Tjoa - Vienna University of Technology, Austria
• Jacek Unold - University of Economics in Wroc³aw, Poland
• Joseph E. Urban - Arizona State University, USA
• Thad Usowicz - San Francisco State University, USA
• Roland Wagner - University of Linz, Austria
• Robert Winter - University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
• Viacheslav E. Wolfengagen - JMSUICE, Russia
• Xindong Wu - Colorado School of Mines, USA
• Ronald R. Yager - Iona College, USA
• S³awomir Zadro¿ny - Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
• Mohammed J. Zaki - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
• Jozef Zurada - University of Louisville, USA

Andrzej Bassara, Agata Filipowska, Karol Ginter, Grzegorz
Glowacki, Tomasz Jakubowski, Tomasz Kaczmarek, Pawel Jan
Kalczynski, Marek Kowalkiewicz, Malgorzata Miklas-Kalczynska,
Jolanta Skorwider, Krzysztof Wecel, Marek Wisniewski

• For submissions:
   bis2002 at
• For information on special sessions:
   marcin at (Marcin Paprzycki)
• For information on submission/proceedings: 
   pjk at (Pawel Jan Kalczynski)
• For information on payment/accommodation:
   bis2002orgcom at
• For reviewers: kaw at
   (Krzysztof Wecel)
• Registration and general information:

The Poznan University of Economics
Department of Computer Science
Al. Niepodleglosci 10
60-967 Poznan, Poland
phone: 	+48/61/ 856 93 33
fax:  	+48/61/ 856 93 34

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