Fifth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

November 7–8, 2013 | Paris, France

Keynote Speaker: Dominique Hazaël-Massieux

The Web: On Mobile and Beyond


Dominique Hazaël-Massieux supervises the development and standardization of Web technologies that are most relevant to mobile devices in W3C, and is in charge of the W3C groups that are developing APIs to access more device capabilities from the Web (camera, addressbook, etc) and to enable peer-to-peer audio-video communication in Web browsers (WebRTC).

He also regularly puts in practice these technologies and guidelines as a developer of a number of sites and applications.

Keynote Speaker: Anthony I. (Tony) Wasserman

Mobile Application Development and the End of High-Ceremony Processes


Anthony I. (Tony) Wasserman is a Professor of Software Management Practice at Carnegie Mellon University - Silicon Valley, and the Executive Director of its Center for Open Source Investigation (COSI). Earlier in his career, Tony was Professor of Medical Information Science at the University of California, San Francisco, and concurrently served as a Lecturer in the Computer Science Division at the University of California, Berkeley. Between those two periods in academia, Tony worked for startups and small companies.

Tony is best known as the Founder and CEO of Interactive Development Environments (IDE), which built the innovative Software through Pictures (StP) multiuser modeling environment. IDE was one of the first companies to include open source software in a commercial software product. In 2000, Tony became VP of Bluestone Software (later acquired by Hewlett-Packard), responsible for its West Coast Labs, where he led the creation of the award-winning open source Total-e-Mobile toolkit for building mobile web apps.

Tony is currently a Director of the Open Source Initiative, and a member of the Board of Advisors of Open Source for America. He is a member of the Executive Advisory Board of CollabNet, Inc., and serves as an advisor to several startups.

He earned a Ph.D. in computer sciences from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and a B.A. in mathematics and physics from the University of California, Berkeley. He is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and a Fellow of the ACM. He was the 2012 recipient of the Distinguished Educator award from the IEEE Technical Council on Software Engineering, and the 2013 recipient of the Influential Educator Award from the ACM Special Interest Committee on Software Engineering (SIGSOFT).