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Subject:

ETHICOMP 2005 Call for Papers

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Fri, 10 Dec 2004 08:10:28 +0000

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* The ETHICOMP Decade 1995-2005 *
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ETHICOMP 2005

"Looking back to the future"

Announcement and Call for Papers
--------------------------------
The ETHICOMP conference series is now recognised as one of the premier
international events on computer ethics attended by delegates from all
over the world. Conferences are held about every 18 months.

ETHICOMP 2005 is the eighth conference in the series which has been
running for 10 years. The conference will be held on 12-13-14-15 September
2005 at Linköping University, Sweden in collaboration with the Royal
Institute of Technology.

The conference will run over four days to include a number of interactive
events to celebrate 10 years of ETHICOMP.

Information and communication technologies have advanced dramatically
since the first ETHICOMP conference. It has been an era of constant
change. From the paperless office and the information superhighway to
nanotechnology and virtual learning environments ICT continues to impact
upon society, organisations and individuals. Much can be learnt from this
technological journey about the opportunities as well as the significant
social and ethical risks that can arise. But we need to look back to the
future and provide insight into how we can harness the huge potential of
future ICT advances whilst avoiding the social and ethical risks.

ETHICOMP 2005 has the overall theme of "Looking back to the future". The
aim of the conference is to present and discuss the social and ethical
impact of advances in information and communication technologies (ICT) on
society, organisations and individuals. What lessons can we learn from
past successes and failures to help us cope with the future?

Papers of an ethical or societal nature within the following areas are
particularly welcomed.

     Globalisation

     E-Government, E-democracy and citizenship

     Agents

     Nanotechnology

     Assistive technology

     E-inclusion

     Health informatics

     Technology-enhanced learning

     Human communication

     Professional practice and system development

     Digital resources

     Knowledge management

     Technology and the workplace

Papers covering one or several of these perspectives are called for from
business, government, computer science, information systems, law, media,
anthropology, psychology, sociology and philosophy. Interdisciplinary
papers and those from new researchers and practitioners are encouraged. A
paper might take a conceptual, applied, practical or historical focus.
Case studies and reports on lessons learned in practice are welcomed.

How to submit
-------------
As in previous ETHICOMP conferences, papers written in English and not
published nor submitted elsewhere will be accepted on the basis of an
extended abstract of between 700 and 1000 words after a careful review by
Programme Committee members.

The first page of each submission must include the title, all of the
authors' names, affiliations, complete mailing addresses including email,
telephone numbers, and a statement of commitment that one of the authors
will present the paper at ETHICOMP 2005 in Sweden.

A submission lacking any of the above information or outside the range of
700-1000 word limit will not be considered by the Programme Committee for
inclusion in the conference programme.

Please make submissions in the electronic form via email as embedded plain
text or an attachment in RTF format.

Abstracts must be submitted no later than 1 February 2005 to
[log in to unmask] Authors will be informed of the decision of the Programme
Committee by 16 March 2005.

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and
subsequently in the electronic ETHICOMP Journal.

Important Dates
---------------
1 December 2004 Call for papers

1 February 2005 Latest date to submit abstracts to [log in to unmask]

16 March 2005 Authors informed of programme committee decisions

22 June 2005 Last date for receipt of full papers from authors
                        (electronic/camera ready versions)

12-15 September 2005 ETHICOMP 2005, Linköping University, Sweden

For further information contact
-------------------------------
The Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility
School of Computing
The Gateway
Leicester
UK
LE1 9BH

email: [log in to unmask]
tel: +44 116 250 6143
www.ccsr.cse.dmu.ac.uk


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