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Conference theme: Ubiquitous Information Systems Engineering

Most modern information systems span activities performed in several organizations and at different geographical locations. They often support the untethered mobility of their users. The systems have already today a large impact on every day life in the organisations, and on the individuals. As we move towards ambient, pervasive and ubiquitous computing this impact will increase significantly.

Goal: CAiSE'07 aims to bring together practitioners and researchers in the field of information systems engineering. CAiSE'07 invites submissions on the development, maintenance, procurement and usage of information systems - especially submissions dealing with aspects related to information systems engineering in ubiquitous environments.

Relevant Topics and Paper Types

In addition to the special theme, topics relevant for submissions to CAiSE'07 include, but are not limited to, the following:

Methodologies and approaches for IS engineering:

Innovative platforms and architectures for IS engineering:

Engineering of specific kinds of IS:

Quality concerns in IS engineering:

Types of contributions

We invite four types of original, unpublished work, not under consideration for publication elsewhere: