International Conference on Computer Science, Software Engineering,
Information Technology, e-Business, and Applications (CSITeA'02)

  June 6-8, 2002

Hotel International Foz and Convention Center,  Foz do Iguazu,  Brazil

In Cooperation with Software Engineering & Information Technology
Institute (SEITI), Central Michigan University Sponsored by the
International Association for Computer and Information Science (ACIS)

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The international conference on Computer Science, Software Engineering,
Information Technology, e-Business, and Applications brings together
computer scientists and engineers, computer developers and users,
professionals in computer science, information science and business,
and students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas,
research results and research-in-progress about all aspects
(theory, practice, applications and tools) of computer science,
information technology and their applications.
The conference will include Keynote presentation, Tutorial presentations

and technical paper presentations.  The accepted papers will be
published in the conference proceedings to be distributed during the
For further information, including the topics and updates, please visit
the ACIS web site at

      Submission of Papers
We solicit research and experience papers as well as research-in-
progress and practitioners reports in all areas of computer science,
software engineering, information technology, e-business and
Submissions, refereeing, and all correspondence will be conducted by
e-mail.  Please include a cover page (1st page) containing paper title,
authors (indicate primary contact person), address, affiliation, e-mail
address, phone number, fax number, topic area of your paper.  The 2nd
page starts off with paper title, abstract, keywords (5-7), and text.
The program committee will review each submission and judge it with 
respect to its originality, significance, and relevance.

Send your full paper (not to exceed 15 double-spaced pages)  or an
extended abstract (3-4 pages) via e-mail as an attachment document (not
part of your e-mail) either in Word, postscript, or pdf format to the
appropriate conference coordinator on or before January 15, 2002.

(a) All countries in Europe and North America,
please send submissions to:
Narayan C. Debnath
Winona  State University
Computer Science Department
Winona, MN 55987, USA

(b) All countries (except in Europe and North America),
please send submissions to:
Daniel Riesco or German Montejano
Universidad Nacional de San Luis
Departmento Informatica
Ejercito de los Andes 950
5700 San Luis, Argentina

Note.  All presented papers will be reviewed for journal submission.
At the end of the conference, session chairs and program committee
members will recommend some authors of well presented papers be
invited to submit extended versions of their presented papers for
publication in a special issue on "Computer and Information Science"
of the International Journal of Computer and Information Science.
Prof.  Narayan Debnath will be the Guest Editor of this special issue.

Submission of Tutorials/Workshops/Panels
Send your proposal (3-4 pages) to the Tutorial Chair via e-mail by
January 15, 2002.
It should include a description of the tutorial and an outline of the
material to be presented, and the qualifications of the presenter.
The tutorial is normally 3 hours long.
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