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Program at a Glance

SCW 2017 Program at a Glance (안)

Time Thur, 17 Aug
컨퍼런스홀 다목적홀 세미나실1 세미나실2 세미나실4 세미나실5 세미나실6 복도
08:00-09:20 (80′) Registration & Information
09:20-10:50 (90′) KNT 전시&발표 Session ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
AI 활용 사례
Paulo Navais
10:50-11:10 (20′) Coffee Break
11:10-12:40 (90′) KNT 전시 PLENARY
Robert Kauffman
환영사
12:40-14:00 (80′) Lunch
14:00-15:30 (90′) KNT 전시 ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
Vegard Kolbjørnsrud AI StartUp 발표 Session
AI 활용 사례
15:30-15:50 (20′) Coffee Break
15:50-17:20 (90′) KNT 전시 ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
AI 활용 사례 AI StartUp 발표 Session
17:20-17:40 (20′) Break
17:40-20:00 (140′) Daum Kakao Tour & Welcome Reception (커먼 키친)
Time Fri, 18 Aug
컨퍼런스홀 다목적홀 세미나실1 세미나실2 세미나실4 세미나실5 세미나실6

복도

08:00-09:20 (80′) Registration & Information
09:20-10:50 (90′) KNF 전시 ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
AI 활용 사례 AI StartUp 발표 Session
10:50-11:10 (20′) Coffee Break
11:10-12:40 (90′) Intelligence Award 전시 PLENARY AI Summer Camp PLENARY
12:40-14:00 (80′) Lunch
14:00-15:30 (90′) KNF 전시 ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
AI 활용 사례 AI StartUp 발표 Session
15:30-15:50 (20′) Coffee Break
15:50-17:20 (90′) KNF 전시 ICEC ICEC KIISS KIISS AI Summer Camp Poster Session
AI 활용 사례 AI StartUp 발표 Session
17:20-19:00 (100′) Break
19:00-21:30 (150′) Gala Dinner

Keynote Speakers

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Robert  J. Kauffman

Robert J. Kauffman is Professor of Information Systems at the School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University. He also serves as Associate Dean (Faculty), and was previously Associate Dean (Research) and Deputy Director of the Living Analytics Research (LARC) there. He also was a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College. And he served on the faculty at business schools of New York University, the University of Rochester, the University of Minnesota, and Arizona State University, where he held the W.P. Carey Chair in Information Systems. His graduate degrees are from Cornell (M.A.) and Carnegie Mellon (M.S., Ph.D). His research interests span IT and business value, economics, marketing and consumer behavior, competitive strategy and the fintech revolution, and computational social science and data analytics. His articles have appeared in Management Science, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Organization Science, and the Review of Economics and Statistics, among others. He previously contributed special issues to Decision Support Systems on ‘Market Transformation to an IT-Enabled Services-Oriented Economy’ (2015) and to the Journal of Management Information Systems on ‘The Fintech Revolution’ (late 2017). He is currently Editor in Chief of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications.

Title: Combining Machine-Based And Econometrics Methods for e-Commerce Insights

Computational Social Science (CSS) has become a mainstream approach in the empirical study of policy analytics issues in various domains of e-commerce research. This keynote presentation for ICEC is intended to represent recent advances that have been made for the discovery of new policy-related insights in business, consumer and social settings in the e-commerce domain. The approach discussed is fusion analytics, which combines machine-based methods from Computer Science (CS) and explanatory empiricism involving advanced Econometrics and Statistics. Recent developments and shifts in the scientific study of technology-related phenomena and Social Science issues in the presence of historically-large datasets prompt new forms of research inquiry. They include blended approaches to research methodology, and more interest in the production of research results that have direct application to industry contexts. Examples and illustrations from recent research will be discussed, and some conclusions will be shared related to the manner in which effective industry-based studies can be carried out.

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Paulo Novais

Professor of Computer Science at the Department of Informatics, in the University of Minho (Braga, Portugal) and a researcher at the ALGORITMI Centre. From the same university he received a PhD in Computer Sciences in 2003 and his Habilitation in Computer Science in 2011.
He started his career developing scientific research in the field of Intelligent Systems/Artificial Intelligence (AI), namely in Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Machine Learning and Multi-Agent Systems. His interest, in the last years, was absorbed by the different concepts of Ambient Intelligence, Ambient Assisted Living, Intelligent Environments, AI and Law, Conflict Resolution and the incorporation of AI methods and techniques in these fields. His main research aim is to make systems a little more smart, intelligent and also reliable.
He has leaded and participated in several research projects sponsored by Portuguese and European public and private Institutions and has supervised several PhD and MSc students. He is the co-author of over 180 book chapters, journal papers, conference and workshop papers and books.
He has been chair of the Organising or Scientific Committee of ISAmI (International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence), ESM 2011 – European Simulation and Modelling Conference, SOCO 2011 (International Conference on Soft Computing Models in Industrial and Environmental Applications) and PROVE 2007 (IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises) and member of organising committee of several others events (e.g., Pervasive Health 2011, Intelligent Environments 2011, ECAI 2010, EPIA 2007).

Title: People-Aware Systems – The challenges of a new approach

The trend of mHealth, or mobile health, emerge recently as a result of technological evolution and miniaturization and the users’ interest in monitoring and improving health and well being. Other that improving of informing about personal health, it also allows for the development of better assistive environments. Nonetheless, existing approaches are generally based on physiological sensors, which are intrusive and cannot be realistically used. This is especially true in environments in which the transparency, pervasiveness and sensitivity are of importance, such as in Ambient Intelligence and Electronic Commerce.
We put forward a new approach to the problem in which user behavioral cues are used as an input to assess the individual’s inner state. This innovative approach has been validated by research in the last years and has characteristics that may enable the development of true unobtrusive, pervasive and sensitive ambient intelligent systems. Specifically, this approach has been proven to be useful in quantifying aspects such as stress, fatigue or attention.

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Vegard Kolbjørnsrud

Vegard is an Assistant Professor in Strategy at BI Norwegian Business School and a Senior Research Fellow with Accenture. Vegard is researching, teaching, and consulting on strategy, new organizational forms, digitalization, and business models. His areas of expertise also include governance and organization design, communities and crowdsourcing, open innovation, digital strategy as well as the impact of AI on management.
Vegard has recently published in journals like Harvard Business Review and Strategic Organization and his research has been covered in national news media such as Aftenposten, Dagens Næringsliv, NRK P1, and Kapital. He is a frequently used speaker at business and academic conferences and seminars in Norway and abroad.
Vegard has 16 years of strategy consulting experience from Accenture where he has done more than 30 strategy, business development, and improvement projects for clients across digital media, telecom, and IT/high tech industries, as well as in public administration.
Vegard holds a PhD in strategic management from BI Norwegian Business School (2014). His PhD project is on governance and organization of collaborative communities within the domains of enterprise IT analytics, sustainable products and services, drug discovery, and digital marketing and communication. Vegard also holds a “Siviløkonom” (1998) and Master of Science in Strategy (1999) degrees from the BI Norwegian Business School.

Title: How Artificial Intelligence Will Redefine Management

Recent advancements in AI will affect all levels of management, from the C-suite to the front line. AI not only presents unprecedented opportunities for value creation, but also daunting challenges for executives and managers. AI challenges managers to reconsider their roles and redefine operating principles. It will increase collaboration between humans and machines. And it will require managers to adapt their training, performance and talent acquisition strategies.
How can managers — from the front lines to the C-suite — thrive in the age of AI? To find out, we surveyed 1,770 managers from 14 countries and interviewed 37 executives in charge of digital transformation at their organizations. Using this data, we identified five practices that successful managers will need to master.
1) Leave administration to AI,
2) Focus on judgement work.,
3) Treat intelligent machines as “colleagues.”,
4) Work like a designer., and
5) Develop social skills and networks.
While oncoming disruptions won’t arrive all at once, the pace of development is faster and the implications more far-reaching than most executives and managers realize. Those managers capable of assessing what the workforce of the future will look like can prepare themselves for the arrival of AI. They should view it as an opportunity to flourish.

 

地点

English

京畿道城南市板桥

        最近,好像比起首尔京畿道更为热闹。2003年12月末,京畿道人口(约1036万名)首次超越了首尔人口(当时约1027万名),经过10多年的发展,2016年8月京畿道人口增加到1301万名,成为代表韩国的道。
从京畿道地图也可以看出,临近首尔交通非常方便,房价也比较低廉,因此韩国人口逐渐集中到京畿道。人口增加的另一个主要原因是随着韩国很多企业入驻京畿道,形成新的产业园区,韩国人都搬到离单位近的地方。
韩国京畿道产业园区里最典型的是京畿道城南市的板桥科技谷。随着韩国IT企业入驻板桥科技谷,周边商业也发展起来,人口也越来越集中。
另外,选址环境也特别好。位于从江南到东滩的京釜线和从广桥到爱宝乐园的岭东线的开发路线的中心,紧邻京釜高速公路、岭东高速公路、第二京釜高速公路(预计),跟各条干线公路系统联系在一起,可谓最佳的交通地和选址。
由于在爱宝乐园创建比首尔汝矣岛2倍规模的超大型综合度假村,各种最高级的大型酒店、水族馆、水木园等设施也将随之而建立,龙仁科技谷将成为继板桥科技谷的第二产业园区。龙仁科技谷尚未建工,京畿道龙仁市的人口已超过100万名,从而足以看好龙仁科技谷的发展前景。

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Venue

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Pangyo, Seongnam City

Pangyo is surrounded by Mt. Cheonggyesan and Geumtosan to the North and Mt. Barasan to the south, with Unjungcheon and Geumtocheon, tributaries of Tancheon, flowing through the center of the city.
This area is 9,307,000㎡(2,815,000 pyeong) and can hold up to 80,412 people with 29,350 families.
Pangyo Techno Valley, Academy of Korean Studies, Korea Food Research Institute, Korea Petroleum Management Institute, and Daehan Oil Pipeline Corporation are located in Pangyo. In the Techno Valley, IT companies such as Kakao, NHN, Nexon, Ahnlab and SK Planet have their headquarters.

More information about Pangyo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangyo,_Seongnam

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ICEC 2016

한국어

The 18th International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 2016):
Suwon, Korea, August 17-19, 2016
ICEC.net/icec2016/

ICEC 2016, the 18th International Conference on Electronic Commerce, is held in conjunction with  SmartConnected.World 2016, which will deal with major emerging issues from innovative changes, social, economic, cultural and industrial aspects. This conference will engage the people from leading companies with innovative ideas that can move the world, startups with outstanding technology, government agencies and universities.

The final program of ICEC 2016 is now announced!


Registration Info

Our topics include:

  • Smart Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence
  • Connection Technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things)
  • O2O (Online-to-Offline and Offline-to-Online)
  • Smart Connected Commerce
  • Smart Connected Customers
  • Smart Connected City
  • Smart Connected Finance
  • Smart Connected Government
  • Smart Connected Hospital & Healthcare
  • Smart Connected Human & Creatures
  • Smart Connected Makers
  • Smart Connected Media and Entertainment
  • Smart Connected Nations
  • Smart Connected Policies
  • Smart Connected Product
  • Smart Connected Service
  • Smart Connected Schools & Education
  • Smart Connected Transportation
  • Science of Networks such as Network Science and Social Network Analysis

2016년 8월 17일-19일까지 수원 노보텔 앰배서더에서 개최되는 ICEC 2016 (제 18회 국제전자상거래학술대회)는 특별히, SmartConnected.World 2016과 공동으로 개최됩니다. 스마트 커넥티드 월드 2016은 세계를 긍정적으로 변화시키는 인공지능 기술과 사물인터넷 기술 등 최신 스마트 커넥티드 기술과 이에 따른 세계의 변화를 논의하는 국제 포럼입니다.

세계 각국에서 초청된 50여명의 석학과 산업 전문가, 국내의 수백명의 학자와 산업전문가들이 모여 인공지능, 사물인터넷, 전자상거래 등에 대하여 발표하고 논의합니다. SmartConnected.World는 2016년 올해 처음 개최되며, 매해 개최될 것입니다. 올해는 제18회 국제 전자상거래 학술대회(International Conference on Electronic Commerce), 한국지능정보시스템 학술대회와 공동 개최되어 30여건의 기조 발표, 30여건의 Hands-On 튜토리얼 발표, 80여편의 논문이 발표됩니다.

 일     시: 2016년 8월 17일 – 19일
 장     소: 수원 노보텔 앰배서더 호텔
 문     의: 02-335-0300, contact@icec.net, 허미리 연구원
 주     최: (사) 국제전자상거래연구센터, 한국지능정보시스템학회
 주     관: (주) 엠씨아이코리아, 후마니타스 빅데이터 연구센터

 홈페이지: SmartConnected.World

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“ICEC 2016 & SmartConnected.World 2016” 背景

8月17日至19日,由韩国国际电子商务研究中心发起主办、 SmartConnected.World在水源 诺富特大使酒店召开。这次大会的目的是为了更好地引导和推动韩国人工智能和互联网、线上线下等的研究及应用,旨在打造韩国人工智能领域最大规模、规格最高的学术和技术年度盛会。
继蒸汽机的发明、大规模生产和自动化之后,“工业4.0”时代开始被人们提及。前三次工业革命的到来造就了机械、电气和信息技术。如今,物联网和智能制造正宣告着第四次工业革命——工业4.0的到来。智能化制造、联网化及集成化工厂正逐渐支撑起这一趋势。
这次大会以互联网发展的新形态、新业态,人工智能技术要为基于互联网和移动互联网等领域的创新应用提供核心基础所做出的一次全领域的动员和准备。

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ICEC 로고 (1)

Call for Paper

The 19th International Conference on Electronic Commerce: ICEC 2017
Pangyo, Seongnam, Korea, August 17- 18, 2017
icec.net

CALL FOR PAPER

We invite you to submit a paper to be considered for inclusion in the Program of the 19th International Conference on Electronic Commerce: ICEC 2017. Accepted papers will be presented on August 17-18, 2017. The detailed information will be available in due course through the conference website (https://www.icec.net). ICEC 2017 is hosted by KIISS (Korea Intelligent Information System Society) and ICEC (International Center for Electronic Commerce, icec.net), and held in conjunction with Smart Connected World 2017(https://smartconnected.world/).

The Theme: 4th Industrial Revolution and e-Commerce

We invite submissions in all areas of Information Systems research and especially encourage submission related to the conference theme “4th Industrial Revolution and e-Commerce.” With the advent of internet-of-things, cloud computing, big data and other mobile-related technologies, e-Commerce has expanded boundaries to the new era of industrial revolution. The emergence of artificial intelligence and widespread big data infrastructures provide ample opportunities for researchers to challenge new theories and empirical analysis covering various business issues. The authors are asked to find ways to balance the theoretical aspects and practical aspects of e-Commerce in utilizing this new trend and encouraged to cover some of characteristics of the theme and analyze real businesses and technology cases.

Important Dates [Extended Deadline!] 

Paper Submission Deadline  May 22, 2017
Paper Decision: June  9, 2017
Camera-ready papers and abstracts: June 26, 2017
Topics
– Design Theory for Wellness Using IT
– Internet-of-Things for Security and Safety
– Artificial Intelligence for e-Commerce and Wellness
– Big Data and Machine Learning in e-Commerce
– Food Business in e-Commerce
– Entertainment, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
– Smart Connected Products and Services
– Smart and Wearable Technologies
– Cloud Services and Service Innovation
– Smart Factory and Manufacturing
– Mobile and Social Commerce
– Social Media and Social Networking
– Emerging Financial Technology (Fintech)
– Smart Health & Hospitals
– Smart Tourism and Smart Logistics
– Organic Media for Connected World
– Human Computer Interactions
– Bright Internet and Cybersecurity
– Education in Cyberspace
– Online-to-offline Services in e-Commerce

 Paper Submission

Please submit your papers here (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icec20170). The online submission system is hosted by EasyChair Conference System. If you don’t have an EasyChair account, please create one and then log on to make your submission. The deadline for paper submission is April 23, 2017. Submissions must be original and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere. Articles should be limited to 8 pages in length totally (including also abstract and references), and follow the ACM Proceeding guidelines for formatting (acm.org/publications/article-templates/proceedings-template.html/).
The official ACM Proceedings format is available as a template in Word format (pubform_ICEC2017.docx). Please submit your manuscript in PDF format via the EasyChair system and set your email SPAM settings to allow emails from rightsreview@acm.org. All accepted papers will be published in the ACM digital library within its International Conference Proceedings Series.

High quality papers from ICEC 2017 will be invited to be fast-tracked (at the authors’ prerogative) to:
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (SCI/SSCI) – An ICEC 2017 dedicated special issue on “4th Industrial Revolution and e-Commerce”
– Journal of Universal Computer Science(SCIE) will invite a number of high quality papers related to “Context-awareness”.
– Multimedia Tools and Applications (SCIE) will invite a number of high quality papers related to “Recommendation services”.
– Relevant papers on Smart Tourism will be invited to the special issue on “Informatics/Data Analysis in Smart Tourism” in Information Processing & Management (SSCI), to the special issue on “Mobile Technology and Smart Tourism Development” in Sustainability (SSCI), to the special Issue on “Smart Tourism and Competitive Advantage for Stakeholders” in Tourism Journal, or the special issues of Journal of Information Systems (KCI) and Journal of the Korea Service Management Society (KCI).
– The Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems (Listed in Korean Citation Index: KCI)

Each paper must deal with original and unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere (copyright problems fall entirely under responsibility of the authors). Invited papers should be modified significantly before journal editors inspect for further progress. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that any copyright commitments they have made outside ICEC 2017.

Conference Honorary Co-Chairs
– Robert Kauffman, Singapore Management Univ., Singapore
– Jae Kyu Lee, KAIST, Korea
Jin Hyung Kim, Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, Korea
Conference Co-Chairs
– Paulo Novais, University of Minho, Portugal
– Jin Sung Choi, SK Telecom, Korea
– Kyoung Jun Lee, ICEC & KIISS., Korea

Program Co-Chairs
– Taekyung Kim, Suwon Univ., Korea
– Seong Wook Chae, Hoseo Univ., Korea
Organizing Co-Chairs
– Jae Young Choi, Ajou Univ., Korea
– Sung Byung Yang, Kyung Hee Univ., Korea
Organizing Members (TBA)
– Jason Jung, Chung-Ang Univ.
– Jinwook Lee, Samsung Electronics
Jongwoo Kim, Hanyang Univ.
– Kwang Sun Choi, BigBang Angels
– Kyung Sik Shin, Ewha Women’s Univ.
– Chulmo Koo, Kyung Hee Univ.
Seungdo Lee, KSTEC
– Coong Shik Park, U1 Univ.
– Sun Young Koong, Benple Inc.
– Arum Park, Kyung Hee Univ.
– Byounggu Choi, Kookmin Univ.
– Christopher Han, SAP Design & Co-Innovation Center
– Jungho Jun, Benple Inc.
– Hyun Song Jang, U1 Univ.
Program Committee Members (TBA)
Jörn Altmann, Seoul National Univ.
Youngsok Bang, Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong
Younghoon Chang, BNU-HKBU United International College
Yuanyuan Chen, National Univ. of Singapore
Chitharanjan Chinnapaka, London Met Univ.
Sunghun Chung, Univ. of Queensland
Xianjun Geng, Univ. of Texas at Dallas
Kim Huat Goh, Nanyang Technological Univ.
Jahyun Goo, Florida Atlantic Univ.
Kunsoo Han, McGill Univ.
Fu-Shiung Hsieh, Chaoyang Univ. of Technology
Kuo-Wei (David) Hsu, National Chengchi Univ.
Mark Hoogendoorn, VU Univ. of Amsterdam
Ke-Wei Huang, National Univ. of Singapore
Keumseok Kang, Florida International Univ.
Keongtae Kim, City Univ. of Hong Kong
Yongsuk Kim, HKUST
Byungwan Koh, Univ. of Calgary
Khim Yong Koh, National Univ. of Singapore
Juhee Kwon, City Univ. of Hong Kong
Wai Lam, Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong
Karl R. Lang, City Univ. of New York
Chul Ho Lee, KAIST
Gunwoong Lee, Nanyang Technological Univ.
Victoria Yoon, Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Habin Lee, Brunel Univ. London
Jung Lee, Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies
Kyung Young Lee, Bishop’s Univ.
One-Ki Lee, Univ. of Massachusetts, Boston
Sanghee Lim, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Fan Liu, Shandong Univ. of Science and Technology
Dan Ma,    Singapore Management Univ.
Tatsuo Nakajima, Waseda Univ.
Hyelim Oh, Nat’l Univ. of Singapore
Jan Ondrus, Essec Business School
Min-Seok Pang, Temple Univ.
Jaehyun Park, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Youngki Park, George Washington Univ.
Mohammad Rahman, Purdue Univ.
Pallab Sanyal, George Mason Univ.
Sooil Shin, Univ. of Wisconsin, Green Bay
Ayoung Suh, City Univ. of Hong Kong
Andreas Symeonidis, Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki
Dimitrios Tsekouras, Rotterdam School of Management
Jun Wang, Univ. College London
Sunil Wattal, Temple Univ.
Lizhen Xu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Guo Zhiling, Singapore Management Univ.
Conference Secretariat
– Jihee Choi (Korea Intelligent Information System Society)
– Email: office@kiiss.or.kr
– Tel: +82-2-3295-0997

Program Secretariat
– Miri Heo (International Center for Electronic Commerce)
– Email: contact@icec.net
– Tel: +82-2-961-0490