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9th EAI International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

February 28–March 2, 2018 | Osaka, Japan
Call for Workshop/Tutorial Proposals
 
Important dates
Workshop and tutorial proposals: 1 October 2017
Acceptance notification: 21 October 2017
Workshop date: 28 February 2018
 
 

SCOPE

Researchers and practitioners are invited to organize workshops and tutorials at MobiCASE'18. 
Workshop organizers should invite contributions from the broader community on emerging trends, 
research challenges, opportunities and controversial issues in services and applications enabled, 
impacted and/or required by mobile computing, where a focused dialogue among participants 
may lead to interesting follow up research, empirical investigations or industrial practice improvement. 
Tutorials sessions, on the other hand, would take the form of presentations by the organizers or their 
invited speakers on recent developments in the focus topic.
 

TOPICS

The topics that we are soliciting include, but are NOT limited to:

●      Innovation in Mobile Apps, Networking, and Computing

●      User Interfaces and Interaction Technologies for Mobiles

●      Location and Context Sensing/Awareness

●      Mobile Computing and Internet of Things

●      Smartphones and Wearable Platforms

●      Mobile Cloud Computing and Big Data

●      Mobile Security and Privacy

●      Mobile Data Analytics and Modeling

●      Support for Social Networks and Mobile Web

●      Energy Efficiency in Mobile Systems Design

●      Intelligent Vehicular and Drone Systems

●      Infrastructure support for Mobile Computing

●      Resource Management for Mobile Systems

●      Mobile Crowdsourcing

●      Artificial Intelligence for Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing

●      Mobile Development Tools and Testing Methodologies

●      Mobile Computing Support for Ubiquitous Computing

●      Mobile Services and APIs

●      Novel Software Architectures for Mobile Devices

●      Data Management for Mobile Applications

●      Mobile Activity Recognition

●      Participatory Sensing

 

PUBLISHING and INDEXING

Proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services: 
Elsevier (EI), Thomson Scientific (ISI), Scopus, Crossref, Google Scholar, DBLP, and others.

 

Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Guidelines

Workshop and tutorial proposals must not exceed four pages in length and should be submitted electronically in PDF format by e-mail (kaji@aitech.ac.jp)

 

Evaluation Criteria

Workshop and tutorial proposals will be reviewed by MobiCASE'18 Organizing Committee. 

Acceptance will be based on:
- Evaluation of the workshop or tutorial's potential to advance the state of research and/or practice in mobile computing
- Relevance to mobile computing and topics targeted for MobiCASE'18
- Potential for attracting a sufficient number of participants
- Organizers ability to lead a successful workshop