The Fourth International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications and Services
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Invited Speaker


Ismail Khalil Ibrahim
Inst of Information & Computing Sciences
University Utrecht

The principles of software engineering are to some extent well established and different methods have been put into context in everyday work. Web engineering, a rather new field of research, is however not yet explored in a very systematic way. Most Web applications are designed in an ad-hoc manner. They are not well documented and very difficult to maintain. In this paper, we present how methods and models of software engineering can be used for Web engineering without too much adaptation. We show that the real challenge in Web engineering is to adapt project plans and management to constant change of the underlying technology. Web engineering should be understood as a framework to provide a continuous service, not a single, well-defined project.

Dr. Ismail Khalil Ibrahim ( is a member of the Intelligent Systems Group at Utrecht University. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq (1985), M.Sc., and Ph.D. (cum laude) in Computer Engineering and Information Systems from Gadjah Mada University - Indonesia (1998, 2001 respectively). Before joining Utrecht University, he was the project manager of AgenCom project Software Competence Center Hagenberg - Austria. He worked in the University of Technology - Baghdad Iraq from 1985-1990, in the Human Resources Training and Development Institute - Iraq from 1990-1996, in Gadjah Mada University - Indonesia from 1996-2000.
His main research interests lay in the fields of E-commerce and Multimedia Applications, Database Applications and Techniques for the Web, Practical Experiences and Applications in Information Integration Systems, Agents for Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery, XML and Semi-structured Data Management, Information Systems Management and Development, Information Technology: Impact, Economic Analysis.
Ismail is a member of ACM, SIGMOD, SIGKDD, SIGecom, member of the Iraqi Engineers Association (IEA), overseas Collaborator in the E-Commerce Lab at the National University of Singapore, editorial Board of the Columbian Journal of Computing (Revista Colombiana de Computación). He is the organizing committee chair of the international workshop (later conference) on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services; IIWAS'99 (15-17 November 1999, Yogyakarta, Indonesia), IIWAS'00 (26-28 September 2000, Yogyakarta, Indonesia), iiWAS2001 (10-12 September 2001, Linz, Austria), and the General Conference Chairman of iiWAS2002 (10-12 September 2002, Bandung, Indonesia). His work has been published and presented at various conferences. He is also a reviewer for several conferences and journals.


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Bandung Institute of Technology - Indonesia

National University of Singapore - Singapore

Uthrecht University - The Netherlands

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