Aims and Scope
Information Systems Technology is a core and base discipline of informatics which addresses a variety of technical issues and application domains (e.g., Modeling, Semantics, Systems Architecture, Quality, Security, Software engineering and re-engineering, Web technologies, Mobile and pervasive computing etc.). UNISCON ("United Information Systems Conference") pools two exciting scientific research areas:
- The research on Information Systems technologies and its applications. Previously, this was organized under the cover of the ISTA conference series, which is well ranked in the conference ranking of the Australian Research Council.
- The Research on enterprise and business modeling based on the emerging (semantic) web technologies which were successfully discussed within the eCOMO workshops.
UNISCON 2012 aims at bringing together practitioners and researchers who are interested in any aspect of modern Information Systems: modeling and design, implementation, integration and usage. It follows previous successful UNISCON, ISTA and eCOMO events which were held, among others, at Sydney (Australia), Klagenfurt (Austria), Palmerston North (New Zealand), Salt Lake City and Chicago (USA), Yokohama (Japan) and Kharkiv (Ukraine). We invite submissions of various types including technical papers, case study reports on commercial or experimental applications, education research papers, research demonstrations as well as poster demonstrations.