In view of delays in the internet traffic to and from India owing to the repairs in the undersea cables, the early bird fee registration structure is extended till April 10th.
Authors who have not been able to register as yet are requested to take advantage of the extension.
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For those doctoral students who missed submitting your abstract for the consortium… here is another opportunity. Dates extended till Feb 28th. So, hurry!!
The registration is now open!! Please access the Registration menu option, or click here
Please register on or before 31st March to avail “early bird” fees. The “angry birds” start on April 1st!
Please also read through the Conference Fees structure and select the appropriate option as applicable. Thanks!
Please complete the copyright form with the following information regarding the book:
Title of the Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Title of the Book: Grand Successes and Failures in IT: Private and Public Sectors
Volume Editors: Dwivedi, Y., Henriksen H.K., Wastell, D. and De R.
We have concluded the reviewing process and have sent out the acceptance decisions. Please reach out the program committee if you are still awaiting a communication.
The final version of accepted submission is due by 15th March.
We have added “Author Guidelines” and “Copyright Form” as new links (available in the right panel).
It is vital that authors follow the following guidelines in producing their final versions: author guidelines
It is also essential that a copyright form is completed: copyright form
Announcing the call for submission for the IFIP WG 8.6 Doctoral Consortium!
Please visit the “Doctoral Consortium” menu page for details on the submission procedure.
In response to several requests, we have decided to extend the deadline for short submissions until midnight (GMT) 26th November. Short submissions include Position Papers (conceptual pieces of a polemical nature), Practice Reports (short case studies), and Research in Progress reports. The maximum length of short pieces should be around 2000 words. Note also that Panel Proposals can be submitted until 28th February 2013, although if you are considering this option, please get in touch with us before then.
If you are still considering writing a full paper, please contact a member of the conference team directly.