Announcements

Call for Short Contributions for IFIP WG 8.6 Conference

Call for Short Contributions

Experience Reports, Position Statements, Extended Abstracts, Panel Proposals, Posters

Submissions Due March 14, 2011

Join us for the upcoming IFIP WG 8.6 International Working Conference on Governance and Sustainability in Information Systems: Managing the Transfer and Diffusion of IT

Hamburg, Germany, September 22-24, 2011

http://www.ifip86.uni-hamburg.de/

General Chair:

Karlheinz Kautz, Copenhagen Business School

Program Co-Chairs:

Available IFIP Proceedings

The following IFIP proceedings are available for sale from the IFIP Secretariat (eduard.dundler@ifip.org):

Title TC
Education and Technology for a Better World 3
Balanced Automation Systems for Future Manufacturing Networks 5
Growth and Development of Computer-Aided Innovation 5
Leveraging Knowledge for Innovation in Collaborative Neworks 5
Precision Assembly Technologies and Systems 5

New President of IFIP

Mr Leon Strous is the new President of IFIP, for the period from September 2010 to September 2013, replacing professor Basie von Solms. Mr Strous is an IT Auditor employed by De Nederlandsche Bank, which is the Dutch central bank. He has been a Vice-President of IFIP from 2007 – 2009 and the President-elect from 2009 – 2010. From 2001 – 2007 he has been the chair of IFIP’s Technical Committee 11 covering the aspect of Information Security. He is the national representative in IFIP for the Dutch Computer Society (NGI). Please see the attached press release for more details.

IP3 Recognition and Acceptance Model Press Release

For your information, attached is a press release from the International Professional Practice Partnership (IP3), a project of IFIP, regarding mutual acceptance of professional certifications by accredited IFIP Member Societies.

OASIS 2009 registration

We've learned that the AIS registration system has a technical glitch that is showing the OASIS workshop as full, and participants are not currently able to register for the workshop as a result. AIS is working on solving this problem, but rest assured that the workshop is not full and we welcome your participation in Phoenix next month! An announcement will be posted on this site when workshop registration becomes available and we expect to be able to take late registrations at the door, although pre-registration is preferred.

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