Seminar on legal Informatics and E- Governance

 as tools for the knowledge Society

Reykjavik (ICELAND)

13rd- 14th July 2007

 Abstracts

       

  

         

 

- Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna (Austria)

E-Governance in the Information Society (abstract)

 

- Oleksandr Pastukhov, CLICT,Sofía (Bulgaria)
The use of alphabets other than latin (Roman) on the internet and its impact on building a true Knowledge Society  (abstract)


- Réka Vas, Barna Kovás, Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary)
Ontology- based Content Management System in public Administration (Abstract)
 

- Manuel Masseno, Beja Polytechnic (Portugal)
E-governance as a tool for Business Development (abstract)

- Ahti Saarenpää, Lapland University, Rovaniemi (Finnland)
Legal information in the network society (abstract)

- Karol Dobrzeniecki, Nicolaus Copernicus University , Torun (Poland)
A Janus-faced  view of electronic governance. Between Foucault and Habermas (abstract)

-Yavor Kalchev, CLICT, Sofía (Bulgaria)
Teaching e governance . Best practice in Bulgaria (abstract)

 

- Rimantas Petrauskas, Mycolas Romieris University, Vilnius (Lithuania)
Elements of e-democracy for the development of knowledge society

 

- Julio Pérez Gil, University of Burgos (Spain)
Tackling IT crime in a Global context: the convention on Cybercrime three years
after
(abstract)

 

- Svetlana Vardeva, CLICT, Sofía (Bulgaria)

Current problems of the digital identity management in Bulgaria (abstract)

 

- Miroslav Ognyanov, LEX BG, Sofía (Bulgaria)
New principals of identity management under the new Bulgaria e-Governance Act (abstract)

 

- Andrés Saravia, University of Zaragoza (Spain)
The LEFIS UNIZAR PKI as a case of identification management at regional level (abstract)

 

- Javier Vicente Blanco, Mercedes Martínez González, José Manuel Sánchez Felipe, Joaquín Adiego Rodríguez  and Alma María Pisabarro Marrón, University of Valladolid (Spain)
Electronic manipulation of European text about conflicts of jurisdiction: a semantic Web (abstract)
 

- Bogdan Petrov, CLICT, Sofía (Bulgaria)
The e-Justice in Bulgaria  (abstract)

 

- Cesare Maioli, CIRSFID and University of Bologna (Italy)
A survey of civil and criminal e-justice support systems in
Italy (abstract)


-
Nicolás Cabezudo Rodríguez, University of Valladolid (Spain)
Around a Right Road: the progressive Spanish implementation of new technologies in the administration of justice

 

- Fernando Galindo, University of Zaragoza (Spain)

Legal Informatics? (abstract)