|18 March 2005 (Fri)||
1) Tips for travelling from airport to the conference venue or NTT has been posted. Please visit
2) Wireless Internet connectivity will be provided free within the region of the conference venue. If you
are staying at NTT, note that NTT only provides WIRED Internet service and you need to bring with you
your OWN network cable! For other hotels, you may need to check with them.
3) Lunch will be provided during the main conference period (March 30 - April 1).
Lunch on March 29 is on your own unless you have registered for the workshops. Lunch coupons can be
purchased at the registration desk on that day on or before 11:00am.
4) All the conference presentation rooms are equipped with computers (with USB ports) running MS Office XP (English). You can also
bring your labtops for paper presentation. The voltage used in HK is 220 V.
for picture showing the socket used in HK.
5) The latest final program is now available. Please
to get a soft copy. For paper presenters and session chairs, please double check the schedule.
Note that the presentation time for a regular paper is 20 min and that for a short paper
is 10 min.
6) Mr. Howard C. Dickson, Government Chief Information Officer of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR will give an opening
speech on March 30, 2005.
|4 March 2005 (Fri)||
Tips for reaching the conference venue from the airport have been posted
|10 January 2005 (Mon)||
Prof. Katia Sycara from Carnegie Mellon University will be one of the keynote speakers.
|30 December 2004 (Thu)||
Registration Form and related details have been posted. Please click
here for more.
|17 December 2004 (Fri)||
Two keynote speakers confirmed:
Dr. David Cohn (IBM Research) and Dr. Gong Li (Sun Microsystems China)
|16 December 2004 (Thu)||
The list of accepted papers is posted.
|15 December 2004 (Wed)||
Acceptance notification emails are sent.
|10 December 2004 (Fri)||
Registration Fees Information has been posted.
|22 November 2004 (Mon)||
The Short Technical Description Due of the EEE-Challenge has been changed to 10 Dec 2004. Furthermore,
the Tutorial Proposals Due of the Tutorials will be 15 Jan 2005.
|16 November 2004 (Tue)||
We have received altogether 293 submitted papers and the reviewing process has begun.
|15 November 2004 (Mon)||
The author notification date and the camera-ready due has been changed to December 9 2004 and January 5 2005 respectively.
|28 October 2004 (Thu)||
The EEE-05 Challenges contest technical details is already post. Please visit
here for more
|20 October 2004 (Wed)||
The EEE-05 Challenges information has been updated. For more information, please visit here for more.
|15 October 2004 (Fri)||
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) version 1.0 (RDF support) is now implemented for the EEE-05. Users can read the most up-to-date
news about EEE-05 by using any RSS/Atom Aggregator.
|5 October 2004 (Tue)||
The due date of the workshop proposal has been changed from 15 October 2004 to 31 October 2004. Please
click here for more details.
|30 September 2004 (Thu)||
The due date of the paper submission has been changed from 5 October 2004 to 19 October 2004. Please
click here for more details of paper submission.
|25 August 2004 (Wed)||
Manuscripts can now be submitted via the paper submission system.
|7 April 2004 (Wed)||
Two special issues of Journal of E-Commerce Research and Journal of E-Commerce Research and
Application will be dedicated to the selected papers from EEE'05.