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[PVS] MOBICASE 2010 - Call for Workshop Papers, Demos, and Posters


2nd International ICST Conference
on Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services

25-28 October 2010, Biltmore Hotel & Suites, Santa Clara, CA, USA



Sponsored by ICST
Technically co-sponsored by CREATE-NETand IEEE Computer Society
Event partners: Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, Keizai Society, Wireless Communications Alliance, Silicon Valley-China Wireless Technology Association
Corporate sponsors: Clearwire, Ericsson, and Motorola



Research in mobile computing has brought us knowledge/experience as well as hardware/software platforms, frameworks, libraries, and toolkits. An ultimate goal of mobile computing is to build useful applications and services that meet the needs of users. MobiCASE 2010, to be held in the heart of Silicon Valley, provides opportunities for researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry to present and discuss their work on mobile applications and service provisioning.



Three workshops will be held in conjunction with MOBICASE 2010:

Mobile Security

To complement the topics of MobiCASE 2010, the Workshop on Mobile Security will bring together members of the research community and practitioners from industry to present novel results and approaches in the emerging area of mobile security, a topic at the intersection of wireless communications, mobile computing, and computer security.

Unlike mobile devices in the past, which were designed for the sole purpose of voice-based communication, today's phones are powerful devices that can communicate, compute, and sense. There are many emerging applications (e.g. mobile banking, mobile social networking, location navigation) associated with smartphones, mobile internet, and telecom infrastructures. Since mobile devices are always with us and they contain various sensitive data, the issues of security, privacy and trust become more and more important and challenging.

For more information, please visit http://www.mobicase.org/docs/wms2010_handout.pdf

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: 15 July 2010
Acceptance notification: 30 July 2010
Camera-ready papers due: 13 August 2010
Workshop date: 28 October 2010

Workshop Co-Chairs

Philippe Proust, Security Labs, Gemalto
Patrick Tague, Carnegie Mellon University
Yafei Yang, Qualcomm

Mobile Software Engineering

Mobile Software Engineering will bring together members of the research community and industrial practitioners to explore the challenges, issues and opportunities in a systematic approach to the engineering of mobile applications and systems.

As mobile phones and devices become more powerful, as cloud services and telecom infrastructure become richer, and as consumer expectations evolve, developers are faced with an array of challenges that affect how they should systematically build and deploy new applications and systems.

For more information, please visit http://www.cmu.edu/silicon-valley/wmse

Important Dates

Position paper submission deadline: 24 July 2010
Acceptance notification: 30 July 2010
Position papers posted: 14 August 2010
Workshop date: 28 October 2010

Workshop Co-Chairs

Martin Griss, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley
Ray Bareiss, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley

MobiCloud Workshop

MobiCloud is intended to bring together cloud computing researchers, experts, developers, and practitioners from academia, industry, and service providers, to share practical implementations/experiences related to new mobile computing technologies and applications enabled by the clouds, and to discuss emerging and future trends in research and application that integrate the cloud computing paradigm into mobile devices, mobile applications, and mobile services.

For more information, please visit http://mobicase.org/docs/mobicloud2010.pdf

Important Dates

Paper and Poster/Demo submission deadline: 6 August 2010
Acceptance notification: 20 August 2010
Camera-ready papers due: 27 August 2010
Workshop date: 28 October 2010

Workshop Co-Chairs

Calton Pu Georgia Institute of Technology
Weidong (Larry) Shi Nokia Research Center, Palo Alto



We seek proposals for live demonstrations that serve to disseminate advanced technologies and systems in mobile computing applications and services. Demonstrations will be selected on the basis of technical merit, novelty, relevance to the mobile computing community, and feasibility of the presentation. We particularly encourage demonstrations that will allow participation by conference attendees.

We also seek posters that describe recent and ongoing work in mobile applications and services. Posters will be selected on the basis of technical merit, novelty and relevance to the mobile computing community.

Demo/Poster Chair: Angela Nicoara, Deutsche Telekom R&D Labs, USA

To read more about the Call for Demos and Posters, please visit http://mobicase.org/docs/call_for_posters_demos.pdf

Important Dates

Submissions due: 23 July 2010
Acceptance notification: 6 August 2010
Camera-ready abstracts due: 27 August 2010



Accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST) series.



Detailed submission and formatting instructions are available at http://www.mobicase.org/submit.shtml


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