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Fri, 30 Jan 2009 18:54:14 +0200
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The 7th conference on Next Generation Information Technologies and Systems 

June 15th – June 18th, 2009, Haifa, Israel

NGITS 2009 is the seventh conference in a series that was launched in 1993
to promote research on new technologies in information systems. The NGITS
conference is a 4-day event that combines keynote addresses, presentations
of research papers, poster sessions, technical demonstrations, an industrial
track, tutorials, and social events.  Information on the previous six NGITS
conference may be found at


We invite technical research papers on all aspects of information systems.
Of particular interest are papers that combine multiple disciplines of
computer science to develop new technologies for information systems.
Submissions may report original research results, outline new viewpoints and
challenges, or describe the implementation or deployment of a novel
technology in an actual setting. Accordingly, authors should categorize
their submission as “research,” “vision,” or “experience,” depending on its
primary contribution. NGITS 2009 will feature an additional industrial
track.  See the call for papers at: In addition to
technical research papers, we are also seeking proposals for panels and
demonstrations.  The proceedings of NGITS 2009 will be published in
Springer's LNCS series. 


Demos should feature mature systems or innovative prototypes of information
systems. They should be attractive, address applications of broad interest
in such a way that they can be appreciated by a diverse audience and clearly
show the contributions to the conference themes. We also encourage
submissions of demos that have already been described in the literature. All
submissions should be in LNCS format. For camera-ready form

at instructions, please see “Information for LNCS Authors” instructions at Full paper submissions should not
exceed 12 pages, and poster submissions should not exceed 4 pages. Authors
of demos should submit short (1-3 pages) informal descriptions of their
proposed presentations. Please describe what attendees will be able to see
or do during your demo (e.g., screenshots) and itemize any equipment or
facilities that you will require for your demonstration.


Submission web site:


Important Dates

-              Extended deadline for submission of abstracts: February 9,

-              Extended deadline for submission of papers: February 16, 2009

-              Author notification: March 23, 2009

-              Final papers due: May 3, 2009





Tsvi Kuflik, PhD.


  MIS department

  University of Haifa

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  Tel: +972 4 8288511

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