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>Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2000 12:18:19 -0400
>From: Nagib Callaos <email@example.com>
>Dear Dr. Francis Heylighem:
>On behalf of the SCI'2001 Organizing Committee I would like to invite you
>in The Fifth Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics,
>which will be
>held in Orlando, Florida, USA, from July 22 - 25, 2001. Therefore , I am
>the respective Call for Papers.
>I would like you to consider the possibility of organizing an invited
>session related to a topic of your research interest. You can find
>information about the suggested steps for invited session organization in
>the Call for papers and in the conference web page
>If you are interested in organizing an invited session, please, fill the
>respective form provided in the conference web page, and we will send you a
>password, so you can include and modify papers in your invited session
>Could you please deliver the Call for Papers I am sending you?
>If you need a detailed Call for Papers don't hesitate in asking us for it.
>If the deadlines are tight and you need more time, let me know about a
>timing for you and I will inform you if it is feasible for us or not
>Professor Nagib Callaos
>General Chair SCI 2001
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>THE 5TH WORLD MULTICONFERENCE ON
>SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS AND INFORMATICS
>July, 22-25, 2001
>Honorary Presidents: Bela Banathy, Stafford Beer and George Klir
>Program Committee Chair: William Lesso
>General Chair: Nagib Callaos
>Organizing Committee Chair: Belkis Sanchez
>* Information Systems Development
>* Information Systems Management
>* Management Information Systems
>* Virtual Engineering
>* Mobile/Wireless Computing
>* Communication Systems and Networks
>* Emergent Computation
>* Image,Acoustic,Speech and Signal Processing
>* Computing Techniques
>* Human Information Systems
>* Education and Information Systems
>* Control Systems
>* Economic and Financial Systems
>* SCI in Biology and Medicine
>* SCI in Psychology, Cognition and Spirituality
>* Conceptual Infrastructure of SCI
>* Natural Resources
>* Human Resources
>* Globalization, Development and Emerging Economies
>* SCI in Art
>ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC CO-SPONSORS
>· WOSC: World Organization on Systemics and Cybernetics (France)
>· The Center for Systems Studies (UK)
>· Systems Society of Poland
>· Society Applied Systems Research (Canada)
>· Slovenian Artificial Intelligence Society
>· Simon Bolivar University (Venezuela)
>· Polish System Society (Poland)
>· Italian Society of Systemics
>· ISSS: International Society for the Systems Sciences (USA)
>· ISI: The International Systems Institute (USA)
>· IFSR: International Federation of Systems Research (Austria/USA)
>· IEEE / Latinamerica
>· Cybernetics and Human Knowing: A Journal of Second Order Cybernetics and
>· CUST, Engineer Science Institute of the Blaise Pascal University (France)
>· Concurrency and Architecture Group, the Telematics Engineering Department of
> The Univesity of Las Palmas of Gran Canaria (Spain).
>· The Tunisian Scientific Society (Tunisia).
>ORGANIZED BY THE IIIS
>The International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.
>Those interested in participating in:
>· the Organization of Invited Session(s)
>· the Organization of a Focus Symposium
>· the Reviewing Process
>· the Conference Promotion
>· Recommending Scholars/Researchers in order to have an active
>participation and/or submit the papers.
>· Proposing Organizations/Institutes/Universities as Academic/Scientific
>Please enter to the conference web site (http://www.iiis.org/sci/) and fill
>form.If you have any problems linking to the conference web site, or you
>need to send or receive additional
>information, contact the General Chair Professor Nagib Callaos:
>Participation of both researchers and practitioners is strongly encouraged.
>Papers may be
>submitted on: research in science and engineering, case studies drawn on
>practice and consulting, and position papers based on large and rich
>through executive/managerial practices and decision-making. For this
>Program Committee is conformed according to the criteria given above.
>TYPES OF SUBMISSION ACCEPTED
> * Research
> * Review
> * Position
> * Report
> 2.Panel Presentation, Workshop and/or Round Table Proposals
> 3.New Topics and Invited Sessions Proposals(which should include a minimum
>of 5 papers)
> 4.Focus Symposia(which should include a minimum of 15 papers)
>EXTENDED ABSTRACTS AND PAPER DRAFTS SUBMISSION FORM
>Extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent taking into account the
>1. Major theme of the paper, related to the major themes given above.
>2. Paper title.
>3. Extended abstract of 500 to 1500 words and/or paper drafts of 2000 to
>5000 words, in English.
>4. Author or co-authors with names, addresses, telephone number, fax number
>and e-mail address.
>Extended abstracts or paper drafts should be sent to the conference web
>site (http://www.iiis.org/sci/),filling the respective
>form and uploading the respective paper or extended abstract.If the
>conference web site is not accessible for you, you can also make
>your submission by internet, or attach it to the folowing address
>firstname.lastname@example.org and WMSCI2001@aol.com.
>Exceptionally, three copies of extended abstracts or paper drafts
>might be sent to the following postal mail address and/or faxed to the
>7525 Karlov Avenue
>Skokie, Illinois 60076
>1-407-8566274 (Orlando, USA)
>58-2-9621519 (Caracas, Venezuela)
>December 15,2000 Submission of extended abstracts (500-1500 words)or paper
> draft(2000-2500 words)
>February 16, 2001 Acceptance notifications
>April 13, 2001 Submission of camera/ready papers: hard copies and
>PAPERS REVIEWING AND PUBLICATION
>Submitted papers will be checked. Accepted papers, which should not exceed
>spaced typed pages, will be published by means of paper and electronic
>Papers should be sent by internet and by means of diskette and photoready
>hard copies of artwork.
>Best papers will be selected for awards and recommended for journal
>Multiple author books will be published by iiis, based on the best-invited
>sessions, the best focus
>symposia or best mini-conferences.
>Based on past conferences experience we suggest the following steps in
>order to organize an invited session:
>1) Identify a special topic in the scope of SCI 2001, and the invited
>2) Fill the invited session organization form, provided in the conference
>web page. If you don't have access to the web, contact the General Chair,
>via e-mail, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
>3) If the identified topic is suitable, the General Chair will accept the
>proposal, and you will receive an acceptation by e-mail, in few days. This
>acceptation is not a final approval of the proposed session, but a
>Final approval will depend on identifying at least five papers for the
>proposed session and informing, at least,
>about their titles. With this acceptation a) the proposed session will be
>included in the conference web page as well as its organizer and chair
>name: and b) its organizer will be able to announce his/her invited session
>in the context of SCI 2001, by any media that he/she thinks appropriated,
>such as: Web page, hard copy call for papers, call for papers attached to
>4) Contact researchers and/or practitioners in your field to see if they
>can contribute a paper to your proposed session and attend at SCI 2001.
>5) Collect the extended abstracts or the paper drafts from each prospective
>6) Write a summary (1-2 page) with the main objectives, which must be
>related to the invited/selected papers.
>7) As soon as you have 5 papers, you will complete the form in regard to
>the invited session papers, provided in the conference web site.
>8) Step 7 will take your invited session to the status of an approved one,
>if the papers fulfil all the requirements (papers quality, etc). All the
>approved invited sessions will be included in the SCI 2001 conference program.
>Integrated by (210) prestigious scholars/researchers from 54 countries.
>Details can be found in the conference web page (http://www.iiis.org/isas/)
>or asked for a detailed Call For Papers, by e-mail.
>The conference fees will be $330 before April 13, 2001 and $380 after April
>13, 2001.This fee will include:
>* A CD-ROM version of the Proccedings
>* One volumen of the hard copy version of the Conference Proceeding.
> (Other volumes will be available with a 30% of discount for participants)
>* Coffee breaks
>* Welcome Reception
>Prof. Nagib Callaos (General Chair)
>E -mails: ncallaos@ usb.ve(Academic)
> ncallaos@ aol.com(Personal)
> ncallaos@ Callaos.com(Business)
> callaos@ telcel.net.ve
>USA Phone: +1
>USA Fax: +1 (407) 856-6274
>Venezuela Tel/Fax (office): +58 (2) 962-1519
>Venezuela Fax (office): +58 (2) 272-2832
>Other contacts and More details can be found at the
>Conference web page (http://www.iiis.org/isas/). Answers to
>specific questions can also be requested by e-mail.
_________________________________________________________________________ Dr. Francis Heylighen <firstname.lastname@example.org> -- Center "Leo Apostel" Free University of Brussels, Krijgskundestr. 33, 1160 Brussels, Belgium tel +32-2-6442677; fax +32-2-6440744; http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/HEYL.html ======================================== Posting to email@example.com from Francis Heylighen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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