International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance concludes in Tallinn
The 5th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV2011, took place in Tallinn, Estonia from 26 to 28 September 2011. The conference was organized under the patronage of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication of the Republic of Estonia, by: e-Governance Academy, Estonia; Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, USA; and Enterprise Estonia; in collaboration with the UNU-IIST Center for Electronic Governance as the founder and coordinator of the ICEGOV series.
ICEGOV2011 was attended by 506 participants from 65 countries and economies, with ministers, ambassadors, directors, managers, professors, lecturers, doctoral students, journalists and others in attendance. Continuing the ICEGOV tradition, ICEGOV2011 featured a rich academic, capacity-building and network-building program comprising: 5 keynote lectures, 5 panel discussions, 6 general and 6 e-Estonia-focused tutorials, 5 thematic sessions, 6 regional sessions, 11 paper sessions, poster session and doctoral colloquium.
Electronic Governance for Sustainable Development Tutorial
Next ICEGOV conference in Albany, U.S.
- Tomasz Janowski
ICEGOV series founder and coordinator, member of the ICEGOV2011 Steering and Programme Committees, co-organizer of the EGOV4SD – Electronic Governance for Sustainable Development tutorial, and moderator of the Future Electronic Governance keynote and panel;
- Elsa Estevez
ICEGOV2011 Programme Committee Co-Chair, contributor to the EGOV4SD tutorial and co-organizer of the doctoral colloquium
- Adegboyega Ojo
member of the ICEGOV2011 Awards and Programme Committees, co-organizer of the Smart City session and contributor to the EGOV4SD tutorial; and
- Zamira Dzhusupova
member of the ICEGOV2011 Programme Committee and paper session chair.