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29 August 2001

187 papers to be presented at e-2001 in Venice

187 papers on the topics of e-business and e-work will be presented at the e-2001 conference over three days starting 17 October in Venice. Areas covered in the parallel sessions include supply chain management, e-learning, intelligent networks, Internet applications, trust, security and legal issues. New this year is the specially created discussion sessions on enabling technologies such as mobility, on-line payment systems and XML. The conference book has grown to two volumes and there will be a poster display of research projects. A pre conference brokerage service will help with making contacts for project proposals, marketing or the exchange of experience on the latest technology.

Andrea Granelli, CEO of Telecom Italia LAB will chair the Opening and introduce keynote presentations by Robert Lloyd, Vice President, Cisco, Stefan Pilotti, Head of Corporate Planning, Canon Europe and Thomas Gulledge, Professor, Enterprise Engineering Laboratory, George Mason University USA. There are further strategic presentations from Roberto Saracco, Director of the Future Centre Telecom Italia LAB, Simon Dyson, Vice President Communications Sector EMEA, IBM and Freddy Tengberg, Founder and CEO, Buyonet.

Over 500 delegates from 36 countries attended last year's conference in Madrid and at least the same numbers are likely to be attracted to e-2001. The primary sponsor is the European Commission's Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme, Key Action II, New Methods of Work and Electronic Commerce. Other Sponsors include Telecom Italia, Canon Europe, and InfoCamere.


For further information contact Paul Kidd. (Email: ). Web: