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Call For Paper

ICEC 2024

25th International Conference on Electronic Commerce
Seoul, South Korea, May 2
9-31, 2024

   We cordially extend an invitation for paper submissions to the 25th International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 2024), taking place in Seoul, South Korea from May 29-31, 2024, in collaboration with the Korea Society of IT Services (KITS).

   ICEC, a globally acclaimed academic conference since 1998, focuses on the intersection of information technology and management in e-commerce, having been previously hosted in various countries including China, South Korea, Austria, the United States, Netherlands, Singapore, and the United Kingdom.

   The guiding theme for ICEC 2024 is "Navigating the Era of AI-powered E-Commerce and IT Service: Opportunities and Challenges”. We warmly welcome submissions of original research papers offering fresh insights concerning the theory, design, development, evaluation, and applications in e-commerce. Both research-in-progress papers (as extended abstracts) and completed papers that offer innovative and early-stage research inspirations are appreciated. For conference updates, visit:

SUGGESTED TOPICS (not limited)

  • Exploration of AI-driven customer experience: AI technologies, such as chatbots, virtual assistants, and recommendation systems, have enhanced customer engagement and personalized shopping experiences. 

  • AI-enabled supply chain optimization: AI algorithms and machine learning techniques have revolutionized supply chain management by optimizing inventory management, demand forecasting, and logistics. 

  • Ethical considerations in AI-powered commerce: AI raises ethical concerns, including privacy, bias, algorithmic transparency, and the impact on employment. 

  • AI-driven marketing strategies: AI offers new possibilities for targeted advertising, personalized content, and real-time customer insights. 

  • The future of AI in electronic commerce: This theme can explore emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities in the integration of AI with electronic commerce. It can discuss cutting-edge technologies, such as natural language processing, computer vision, and predictive analytics, and their potential to shape the future of commerce.

   Selected papers from ICEC 2024 may be invited to contribute to special issues ( of journals such as Decision Support Systems (SCIE, Elsevier), Data Science and Management (Scopus, Elsevier), and Journal of Information Technology Service (KCI). Presentation at ICEC2024 not only promises a significant publication channel, but also an opportunity to garner constructive feedback and potential collaborators for ongoing research.


  • Submitted papers must contain original work not previously published, or currently under review elsewhere.

  • Submissions will be processed through EasyChair:

  • All papers must be written in English. A full paper should not exceed 8 pages, including figures and references. A short paper (research-in-progress or extended abstract) is limited within 3 pages. Only full papers will be considered for the invitation to special issues and as candidates for the best paper award. All papers including workshop papers must be submitted through the EasyChair conference submission system.
    [Submission Template]


  • Deadline for paper submission: March 29, 2024 [EXTENDED]

  • Notification of acceptance: April 5, 2024

  • Deadline for final camera-ready version of accepted papers: April 30, 2024

  • Conference Dates: May 29-31, 2024





  • Junghoon Lee(, President, The Korea Society of IT Services, Professor, Graduate School of Information, Yonsei University

  • Gyoo Gun Lim(, President, ICEC Center, Professor, Hanyang University

  • Changhong Bai(, Professor, Dean, Business School, Nankai University

  • Jae Kyu Lee(, Professor, Honorary Chair, Founder of ICEC Center and Conference, College of Business, KAIST








  • Decision Support Systems, DSS
    - Coordinating Guest Editor: Daegon Cho(, College of Business, KAIST, Korea
    - Guest Editor: Shan Liu (, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
    - Guest Editor: Dan J. Kim (, University of North Texas, USA
    - Guest Advisory Editor: Jae Kyu Lee (, College of Business, KAIST, Korea

  • Data Science and Management, DSM
    - Zhaohua Deng (, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    - Shan Liu (, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
    - Kyoung Jun Lee (, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
    - Haibing Lu (, Santa Clara University, USA


  • Jason Cohen, University of Witwatersrand

  • Phung Minh Tuan, Ton Duc Thang University

  • Habin Lee, Business School, Brunel University

  • Paul Yoo, University of Technology Sydney

  • Nam Ho Chung, Kyung Hee University

  • Jongwoo Kim, Hanyang University

  • Kwang Sun Choi, BigBang Angels

  • Kyung Sik Shin, Ewha Women’s University

  • Chulmo Koo, Kyung Hee University

  • Seungdo Lee, KSTEC

  • Younghoon Chang, Beijing Institute of Technology

  • Dengsheng Yu, Shangdong Yingcai University

  • Sohyeong Kim, Stanford University

  • Sunghun Chung, University of Santa Clara

  • Kiyoong Sung, BC Card

  • Chulyoung Yang, Kiwoong Company

  • Hong Joo Lee, Catholic University

  • Kunsoo Han, McGill University

  • Ki Hwang Nam, Dongguk University

  • Jae won Lee,Hanook Technology and Education University

  • Sun Young Shim,SungShin Women Unversity

  • Byunghwa Park, Kean University

  • Dong Won Lee, Hansung University

  • Yun Ho Cho, Kookmin University

  • Juhee Kwon, City University of Hong Kong

  • In Hyun Kim, 2E Consulting Company

  • HyungSoo Kim, Dongah University

  • Chul Ho Lee, KAIST

  • Dohyung Park, Kookmin University

  • OhByung Kwon, Kyunghee University

  • Jung Lee, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

  • Kyung Young Lee, Dalhousie University

  • One-Ki Lee, University of Massachusetts

  • Yun Joo Park, Seoul University of Science and Technology

  • Mun Yong Lee, KAIST

  • Sang Yong Lee, Hanyang Universit

  • Jinyoung Min, Chosun University

  • Sangwon Lee, Wonkwang University

  • Min-Seok Pang, Temple Univsersity

  • Jaehyun Park, Tokyo Institute of Technology

  • Youngki Park, George Washington Universiy

  • Sangjae Lee, Sejong University

  • Woo Jong Shu, Inha University

  • Sooil Shin, Kennesaw State University

  • Ji Hye Suh, Seoul University of Science and Technology

  • Jun Seok Hong, Kyonggi University

  • Jae Kwang Lee, Tech University of Korea

  • You Sub Hwang, Seoul City University

  • Mye Sohn, Sungkyunkwan University

  • Victoria Yoon, Virginia Commonwealth University

  • Guo Zhiling, Singapore Management University

  • Jung Seung Lee, HoSeo University

  • HyunChul Ahn, Kookmin University

  • Hansoo Lee, Ritalco company

  • Taeksoo Shin, Yonsei University

  • Youngseok Bang, Yonsei University

  • Namkyu Kim, Kookmin University

  • Sangmi Chae, Ewha University

  • Jin Beom Kang, Xinapse ompany

  • Sung Won Chung, Data Solutions

  • Jae Won Choi, Soonchunhyang University

  • JongWook, ChoiMark Any

  • Hyung Yong Lee, Hansung University

  • Sun Younng Oh, Hancom Intelligence

  • Youngshin Ahn, KTIS

  • Li Lin, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

  • Lou Liguo, Ningbo University of Technology, China

  • Ren Gang, Hefei University of Technology, China

  • Le Hoanh Su, VNU-University of Economics and Law, Vietnam

  • Xusen Cheng, Renmin University of China


Conference Secretariat

Waived Copyright of ICEC Conference Proceedings

  • All submitted papers will be blindly reviewed by peers to decide the acceptance, and the accepted papers must be presented according to its scheduled sessions. The best papers will be selected and awarded, and qualified papers will be invited to the special issues of companion journals of the year.

  • ICEC certifies the presentations of accepted papers through its proceedings web page, but does not hold the copyright so that authors can submit their presented papers to journals without any conflict with the publication in the proceedings.

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