ePrototype Bazaar: The Undergraduate and Graduate Students Prototype Presentation




June 6, 2006
09:00 - 12:30
Hotel Golf - Libertas Hall

Co-Chairs:

Andreja Pucihar, Assistant professor & Head of eMarkets Laboratory
eCenter, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia (Andreja.Pucihar@FOV.Uni-Mb.si)

Matt Glowatz, College Lecturer
Department of Management Information Systems, School of Business, University College Dublin, Ireland (Matthias.Glowatz@ucd.ie)

Presenters:
Templates Use in Business Process Definition
Ing. Martin Huňady
Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

Distributed Rules Implementation in Business Process Negotiations
Milan Varga
Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

Case Study by Universal Business Language
Andrea Mojžišova
Department of Applied Informatics and Process Control, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

Evaluation of Efficiency and Performance of Customer Loyalty in eCommerce Environment
Kornelia Pupakova
Department of Applied Informatics and Process Control, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

Classifying Business Model Research According to a Business Model Research Schema
Susan Lambert
Flinders University, School of Commerce, Australia

Medical Operator
Elżbieta Jezienicka
Maciej Wąsek
Student Scientific Association of eBusiness,
The Collegium of Business Administration, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

Case Study: Integrating ePrototyping into Postgraduate Teaching
Andrea Timmins
Therese Hogan
University College Dublin, Ireland

eProcurement and Sourcing processes by using Oracle eBusiness Suite
Aleš Kravos
Damjan Uršič
Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Description

Since 2000, undergraduate and graduate student prototype presentations (ePrototype Student Bazaar) form an integral part of the annual Bled eConference.

This annual student workshop resulted from three executive meetings which took place at the Bled conferences between 1997 and 1999. The initial meetings were in Slovene language only and focused on experiences of eCommerce prototypes developed at Universities’ research laboratories. The Students Bazaar became in International event in 2000 due to the steadily growing interest of conference participants, and in particular, from International Institutions.

More than 40 ePrototypes were presented since the bazaar’s inauguration in 2000 and previous events can be viewed under the link “Previous Bazaar Events”.

The Bazaar is a combined “trade fair” and “poster session” providing students with the opportunity to present and discuss their eCommerce/eBusiness prototypes with fellow conference participants and Industry experts. Preference will be given to prototypes proposing innovative or revolutionary eCommerce/eBusiness solutions and new ways to its implementation, as well as new ideas for conducting business in global eMarkets.

Invitation to students

The Bazaar is intended for students aiming at the honours, masters or doctoral level but it is not an outlet for what might otherwise be a full conference paper.

Students should submit a concise document (not exceeding 2 pages) describing their ePrototype and submissions must be supported by the students’ professor/supervisor.

Prototype presenters will be given a grant to waive 50% of the conference fee and have hotel accommodation provided.

Invitation for professors

In order to attract and encourage students from various universities all over the world to present their prototypes at the Bazaar event, we would like to invite professors who are working with students developing eCommerce/eBusiness prototypes to join the admission committee.
Invitation to Students
Invitation to Professors
Previous Bazaar Events