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  • 2nd. ATISR2012 Program
    The program schedule of 2nd. ATISR2012 is announced. Please check HERE and help us confirm the information of the manuscript. If you need to update any information, please contact us (atisr@academic-journal.org) before December 15, 2012.
    Posted Dec 11, 2012, 12:50 AM by Chih-Chien Wang
  • CD Proceeding

    The CD proceeding of 2nd. ATISR is announced. Please check HERE to read articles in CD proceeding. If you need to update any information, please contact us (atisr@academic-journal.org) before December 12, 2012.

    Posted Dec 6, 2012, 7:04 PM by Chih-Chien Wang
  • From airport to Hotel
     
    Schedule for Airport Shuttle Service (Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport)

    The service is available every 20 to 30 minutes.
     
    Cost: full fare is NT$90 per person each way; discounted fare at NT$45 (available for children between 110cm and 
            145cm of height or those with a government-issued handbook for the disabled) per person each way.

    The Bus No. is 2061.

            1. Terminal 1 Bus Platform: On the southwest side of the arrival passenger reception area (the 1st floor).
            2. Reception Area.Terminal 2 Bus Platform: On the northeast side of the arrival passenger reception (the 1st floor).

    Travel time: It takes 60 to 80 minutes to travel from the Grand Hotel to the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
    Posted Dec 6, 2012, 6:26 PM by Chih-Chien Wang
  • Transportation to Hotel
     
    MRT
    Take the Danshui Line (Red Line) of the Mass Rapid Transport and get off at the Yuan Shan Station. Depart through Exit 1.

    Free Shuttle Service (MRT)
    The Grand Hotel offers a free shuttle service between the hotel and the MRT system. The shuttle bus stop is located on the opposite side of Exit 1 of MRT Yuanshan Station on Yumen Street, alongside other public bus stops.

    Schedule for Free Shuttle Service (MRT)
    From HotelFrom MRT
    06:3012:2017:4006:4012:3017:50
    07:0012:4018:0007:1012:5018:10
    07:3013:0018:2007:4013:1018:30
    08:0013:3018:4008:1013:4018:50
    08:2014:0019:0008:3014:1019:10
    08:4014:3019:2008:5014:4019:30
    09:0015:0019:4009:1015:1019:50
    09:3015:2020:0009:4015:3020:10
    10:0015:4020:2010:1015:5020:30
    10:3016:0020:4010:4016:1020:50
    11:0016:2021:0011:1016:3021:10
    11:2016:4021:2011:3016:5021:30
    11:4017:0021:4011:5017:1021:50
    12:0017:2022:0012:1017:3022:10
    Posted Dec 5, 2012, 9:45 PM by Chih-Chien Wang
  • Guides for Presenters and Session Chair
    1. Please be in the session 5 minutes before the schedule.
    2. Session chair should divide the available time equally among all papers to be presented and announce the same to the paper authors and audience. Each paper should be presented within allotted sparing three minutes for discussion.
    3. The papers having more than one author will not get any extra time for making their presentations.
    4. Session chair should remind the speakers about the time limit three minute before the time he or she is expected to finish the presentation. If a speaker goes beyond the allotted time, session chair should remind her or him to close the presentation.

    Projector
    During the conference, an LCD projector, screen and laptop (notebook) computer will be provided for each meeting room. Any additional equipment needed is at the discretion of the presenter, and it will be his or her responsibility to provide the extra equipment.

    Conference Registration Desk
    The conference registration desk will be open from PM 16:00 to PM 17:00 December 27, 2012 and from AM 9:30 to PM 17:00 December 28-29, 2012.

    Lunch
    Two lunches are included in the conference registration fee. Lunch would be provided for registered (paid) participants only. The lunch time is 12:00-13:30.
    Posted Dec 5, 2012, 9:35 PM by Chih-Chien Wang
  • Summary of Schedule

    December 27, 2012

    16:00– 17:00

    Registration

    December 28, 2012

    09:30 – 17:00

    Registration

    09:00 – 10:30

    Session A1

    Paper presentation

    Session B1

    Paper presentation

    Session C1

    Paper presentation

    11:00 – 12:00

    Session A2

    Keynote

    Co-Innovation: Convergenomics, Collaboration, and Co-Creation for Value Generation

    Speaker:

    Dr. Sang M. Lee

    University Eminent Scholar, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, U.S.A.

    Editor, Service Business (SSCI)

    Session B2

    Technology demo

    i-Seizer

    Get closer to your customers!
    Read the customers’minds by Eye-Tracking and Motion-Detection technology.

    Speaker:

    UTECHZON Co., Ltd.

    http://www.utechzone.com.tw/


    12:00 – 13:30

    Lunch

    13:30 – 15:00

    Session A3

    Paper presentation

    Session B3

    Paper presentation

    Session C3

    Paper presentation

    15:30 – 17:00

    Session A4

    Paper presentation

    Session B4

    Paper presentation

    Session C4

    Paper presentation

    December 29, 2012

    09:30 – 17:00

    Registration

     

     

    09:00 – 10:30

    Session A5

    Paper presentation

    Session B5

    Paper presentation

    Session C5

    Paper presentation

    11:00 – 12:00

    Session A6

    Keynote

    Innovation, universities, and industries: A Taiwan perspective

    Speaker:

    Dr. Che-Jen Su

    Hanyang University, South Korea

    Keynote

    Analysis of Industrial  Transformation: Digitalization of Korean Film Industry

    Speaker:

    Dr. Namjae Cho

    Hanyang University, South Korea

    Session B6

    Virtual presentation


    12:00 – 13:30

    Lunch

    13:30 – 15:00

    Session A7

    Paper presentation

    Session B7

    Paper presentation

    Session C7

    Paper presentation

    15:30 – 17:00

    Session A8

    Paper presentation

    Session B8

    Paper presentation

    Session C8

    Paper presentation


    Virtual presentation

    Virtual presentation session is an experimental session for participants who prefer not to deliver oral presentation, or have to be absent due to unexpected reasons. The virtual presentation session looks like "poster session" in traditional conference. Nevertheless, authors need to prepare powerpoint slide rather than poster in paper. Participants who cannot attend physically may choose to participate via the virtual session. In the virtual session, authors provide powerpoint slide file. Conference staffs will put the file on conference website. The powerpoint slide of virtual presentation session will also be played at virtual presentation session and "tea break" between sessions. Authors may also provide presentation video if they want. Authors and participants can discuss their papers on Internet during the two week period surrounding the conference.
           Registration fee for virtual presentation is the same as oral presentation.


    Posted Dec 7, 2012, 2:07 AM by Chih-Chien Wang
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