July 16-21, 2001, Rome, Italy
Call For Papers
ACM SIGMOBILE Seventh International Conference on Mobile Computing is no longer accepting submissions.
If you are interested in submitting your research work, please visit the Conference Workshop webpages, some of which are still accepting submissions.
describing original, previously unpublished, completed research, not currently
under review by another conference or journal, are solicited on the following
All papers will be refereed by the program committee. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Papers of particular merit will be proposed for publication in the ACM/Baltzer Wireless Networks (WINET) and Mobile Networks and Applications (MONET) journals.
SPECIAL PAPERS FOR THE CHALLENGES SESSION:
The conference solicits short papers (maximum of 8 pages) that challenge the mobile computing community with new technologies or visionary applications. Such papers should provide stimulating ideas or visions that may open up exciting avenues of mobile computing research. Papers will be reviewed and should be submitted using the normal procedure. However, the papers should be clearly identified as intended for the Challenges session.
submitted papers will be judged based on their quality through double-blind
reviewing, where the identities of the authors are withheld from the reviewers.
Authors' names must not appear in the paper or in the PostScript or PDF
file. Submitted papers must not be currently under review for any other
Proposals for tutorials are solicited. Evaluation of proposals will be based on the expertise and experience of the instructors, and on the relevance of the subject matter. Tutorial topics that encompass the systems aspects of mobile computing and/or practical experiences in building/deploying such systems are of particular interest. Potential instructors are requested to submit a tutorial proposal of at most 5 pages, including a biographical sketch, to the Tutorial Co-Chairs, Ravi Jain (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Chiara Petrioli (email@example.com), by January 22, 2001.
Panels are solicited that examine innovative, controversial, or otherwise provocative issues of interest. Panel proposals should not exceed 3 pages, including biographical sketches of the panelists. Potential panel organizers should send the proposal to the Panels Chair, Ramesh Rao (firstname.lastname@example.org), by January 22, 2001.
Informal proposals for research demos are solicited. Proposals will be reviewed and selection made based on value to the community and interest level for the conference. Proposals should not exceed 3 pages and should include: the focus area in mobility, such as mobile networks, applications, interfaces etc., the technologies involved in the research, specific equipments to be used for the demo, demo layout, space required to set up the demo and possible interactions (interoperability) with other proposed demonstrations (e.g., Mobile IP implementations). Send proposals to Nigel Davies (email@example.com).
Papers with a student
as a primary author will be considered for an award of US$500 for the
best student paper competition. Student authors must clearly indicate
with their submission that they would like to be considered for this award.
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