Athens Institute for Education and Research

2nd International Conference on

Computer Science and Information Systems

JUNE 19-21, 2006

Athens, Greece

 

PROGRAM

  

Venues:

 

1st Day, June 19th, 2006: The Museum of the Marathon Race, The Village of Marathon, Attica. A Shuttle Bus will depart from Omonoia Square (outside the Delphi Hotel, 27 Ag. Konstantinou Street, http://www.delphiarthotel.com/).

 

There is a bus (ATTICA REGIONAL BUS-KTEL- www.ktelattikis.gr ) that brings you to Marathon from CENTRAL ATHENS. The KTEL bus station is located close to Victoria Metro Station (Mauromataion Street). It takes about 50-75 minutes, depending on traffic and it costs around 5 euro.

 

2nd Day, June 20th, 2006: Delphi Hotel, 27 Ag. Konstantinou Street, http://www.delphiarthotel.com/

 

 

Organizing AND SCIENTIFIC Committee 

 

1.    Dr. Panagiotis Petratos, Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems, California State University, Stanislaus, USA.

2.    Dr. Vladimir Akis, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, California State University, Los Angeles.

3.    Mr Stephen James Hole, Senior Lecturer, Swansea Institute of Higher Education, U.K.

4.    Dr. Fotis Liarokapis, Research Fellow & Visiting Lecturer, City University, U.K.

5.    Dr. Ronald Lodewyck, Professor of Computer Information Systems, California State University, Stanislaus, USA.

6.    Dr. Barbara Nicolai, Professor, Purdue University, USA.

7.    Dr. Vasos Pavlika, Senior lecturer Software Engineering, University of Westminster, U.K.

8.    Dr. Stilianos Vidalis, Research Fellow, University of Glamorgan, U.K.

 

 

Administration

Takis Chreppas, Thomas Papanikos, Sylia Sakka,

 

Conference Program

(The time for each session includes a 10 minutes coffee break)

Monday, June 19th, 2006

 

7:00: Bus Departure for the Museum of the Marathon Race, The Village of Marathon, Attica. The Shuttle Bus will depart from Omonoia Square (outside the Delphi Hotel, 27 Ag. Konstantinou Street, http://www.delphiarthotel.com/) and 7:15 from Park Hotel (10 Alexandras Street)

 

7:00 – 8:30 Registration will take place inside the Bus

 

08:30-09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

09:00-11:00 SESSION I

 

Chairperson: Petratos, P., Head, Computer Research Unit, ATINER & Assistant Professor, California State University, Stanislaus, USA.

 

1.      Gnanayutham, P., Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, UK & George, J., Researcher, SAE Institute, UK. Using Human Computer Interaction Concepts to Design Interfaces for the Brain Injured. (Monday, 19th June)

2.      Hole, S., Lecturer, Swansea Institute of H.E., UK & McPhee, D., Senior Lecturer, University of Glamorgan, UK. Building a NET Software Agent to Facilitate Automatic Collection of End-User Data.

3.      George, J.C., Researcher, SAE Institute London, UK. Usability Issues in Multimedia Interface Design. (Monday, 19th June)

4.      Huebner, E., Senior Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Australia & Bem, D., Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Australia. Playing a Game with Data Structure and Algorithms.

5.      Akis, V., Professor, California State University, USA & Guo, J., Assistant Professor, California State University, USA. Towards Computer – Supported Cooperative Systems.

6.      Gackowski, J.Z., Professor, California State University, Stanislaus, USA & Petratos, P., Assistant Professor, California State University, Stanislaus, USA. End Users and Information Life Cycle: A Business Purpose-Focused Approach.

 

 

11:00-12:30 SESSION II

 

Chairperson:  George, J.C., Researcher, SAE Institute London, UK.

 

  1. Egea, K., Senior Lecturer, Central Queensland University, Australia. Conversation, Awareness and Coordination: A Framework to Support Development of Social Relationships for On Line Teams.
  2. Patel, S., Principal Lecturer, LSBU, UK. Awareness of Org. Culture and the Performance of Project Team. (Monday, 19th June)
  3. Adda, M., Professor, University of Portsmouth, UK & Peart, A., Associate Professor, University of Portsmouth, UK. Efficiencies of Ant Replication in MANETs.

 

12:30-14:00 LUNCH 

 

 

14:00-15:00 SESSION III

 

Chairperson: Patel, S., Principal Lecturer, LSBU, UK.

 

  1. Chumbe, S., Researcher, Heriot-Watt University, UK. Overcoming the Obstacles of Harvesting and Searching Digital Repositories from Federated Searching Toolkits Embedded in VLEs. 
  2. Davison, G., Research Student, Northumbria University, UK & Petkov, E., Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University, UK. Evaluation of Quality Attributes for Web Services Architecture.
  3. Adda, M., University of Portsmouth, UK. The Issues of Voice over IP on Wireless Networks.

 

 

15:00-16:30 SESSION IV

 

Chairperson: Peart, A., Associate Professor, University of Portsmouth, UK.

 

  1. Al-Yasiri, A., Lecturer, University of Salford, UK & Linge, N., Head, University of Salford, UK. A Lightweight Architecturer  for Context Aware Applications Using LDAP.
  2. Peng, T., Lecturer, Napier University, UK. Towards a Framework For Dealing With Data Quality in Data Warehouses.
  3. Reynolds, D., Information Architect, Corrections Corporation of America, USA. Introduction to Abstraction Architectures for Business Intelligence.
  4. Al-Kasassbeh, M., Student, Researcher, School of Computing, UK. The Architecture of the Intelligent Mobile Agent in the Atea of Network Fault Management.

 

 

16:30 Bus Return to Central Athens

 

20:30-22:30 GREEK NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT         

  Place: STAMATOPOULOS TAVERN, 26 Lissiou Street, Plaka, Tel.: 210 3228722

                       Price: 30 Euro (includes wine, 250ml per person, or one refreshment)

 

 

 

 


 

Tuesday June 20th, 2006

 

(Venue: Delphi Hotel, 27 Ag. Konstantinou Street, http://www.delphiarthotel.com/)

 

 

09:30-11:00 SESSION V

 

Chairperson: Adda, M., University of Portsmouth, UK.

 

  1. Tao, Y., Professor, Grand Valley State University, USA. Learning Software Design Techniques via Redesign.
  2. Dulimarta, H., Assistant Professor, Grand Valley State University, USA. Using JStamp in Undergraduate Research.
  3. Goetz, J., Associate Professor, University of La Verne, USA & Racataian, C., Adjunct  Professor, San Bernardino College, USA. E-Learning: Personalization and Collaboration Solution.
  4. Leung, A., Assistant Professor, Lingnan University, Hong Kong. The Organizational and Motivational Aspects in IT Training.
  5. Sirkemaa, S., Professor, Turku School of Economics, Finland. The Role of Mobility in Modern Learning Environment.
  6. Inman, D., Reader, London Southbank University, UK. Machine Translation Workbench to: Practical Approaches to Machine Translation.

 

 

11:00-12:30 SESSION VI

 

Chairperson: Akis, V., Professor, California State University, USA.

 

  1. Okunbor, D., Professor, Fayetteville State University, USA. Exploring Process Group for Reliability, Availability and Serviceability of Terascale Computing Systems.
  2. Schwarz, T., Director, Grand Valley State University, USA. Erp Implementation by U.S. and Greek Companies : A Cross – Cultural Analysis.
  3. Robert, C.A., Ph.D. Student, Laboratoire Lorraine de recherché en Informatique et ses application, France & David, A., Professor, Laboratoire Lorraine de recherché en Informatique et ses application, France. Parametric View of Annotation for Decision Making.
  4. Al-Shemmeri, T., Reader, Staffordshire University, UK. Computer Model of Aqua - Ammonia Refrigeration System.
  5. Zhang, H., Assistant Professor, Acadia University, Canada. The Classifying Bird Sounds Based on SOMs.   

 

 

 12:30-13:30 LUNCH

 


13:30-15:00 SESSION VII

 

Chairperson: Tao, Y., Professor, Grand Valley State University, USA.

 

  1. Chakrabarty, K., Senior Lecturer, University of New England, Australia. On IC-Bag Based Systems.
  2. Ambrose, J.A., Northumbria University, UK & Petkov, E., Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University, UK. Web Application Software Architecture with Security as a Quality Attribute.
  3. Bem, D., Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Australia & Huebner, E., Senior Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, Australia. Alternate Data Streams in Forensic Investigations of File System Backups.
  4. Onwubiko, C., Ph.D. Student, Kingston University, UK & Lenaghan, A., Lecturer, Kingston University, UK. Spatio – Temporal Relationships in the Analysis of Threats for Security Monitoring Systems.
  5. Goetz, J., Associate Professor, University of La Verne, USA, Michalopoulos, D., Associate Professor, California State University, USA & , Pangilinan, J.,University of La Verne, USA. E – Commerce Technology Comparison: ASP.NET vs Ajax.

  

15:00-16:30 SESSION VIII

 

Chairperson:  Onwubiko, C., Ph.D. Student, Kingston University, UK

 

  1. Vachon, F., Assistant Professor, Brock University, Canada & Vachon, J., Professor, Universite de Moncton, Canada. Validity Assessment of an Experimental e-Shopping Interface and Survey in a Multicultural Context.
  2. Unold, J., Researcher, Boise State University, USA. Revising the Concept of Electronic Commerce.
  3. Chen, W., Ph.D. Student, University of Technology, Australia. Identification of Unique Trends of Stocks in an Integrated Three-layer Investment Decision – Support Framework.

 

 

16:30 –18:30 FREE TIME FOR SHOPPING AROUND SYNTAGMA SQUARE OR/AND VISIT THE NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS

 

 

18:30 – 20:30   DINNER       

Place:  ROZALIA TAVERN, 58 Valtetsiou Street., Exarcheia Square,

Tel.: 210-3302933

           Price: 20 Euro (includes wine, 250ml per person, or one refreshment)

 

 Wednesday June 21st, 2006

 

One Day Cruise to the Aegean Islands (includes Lunch)
07:00 Bus Departure from the Conference Hotel (Confirm Time)

20:30 Return to the Conference Hotel.