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Lynne Hamill <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 16 Dec 2003 09:31:08 -0000
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> The Digital World Research Centre (DWRC) and the Centre for Communications Systems Research (CCSR) are pleased to announce the fifth Wireless World Conference, 15-16 July 2004:
>
> Managing Wireless Communications
>
> The 2004 Conference will bring together social scientists and engineers, academia and industry. There will be both plenary sessions and separate social science and engineering tracks.
>
> Particular areas of interest are:
>
> Social science track
>
> Theme: Different uses and users
>    Eg Cross-cultural issues
>          Older users
>
> Theme: Location
>    Eg Impact of wireless technology in public spaces
>
> Theme: Privacy
>    Eg Perceptions of privacy, security and risk
>
> Theme: Design
>    Eg Influence of users on the design process
>          Role of standards in technology development
>
> Theme: Beyond voice
>    Eg Forecasting consumer demand for new services
>           Identifying new business applications
>
> Theme: Visions of the future
>    Eg Building scenarios
>          Importance of emotions
>
> Engineering track
>
> * Media processing techniques for wireless systems
> * Location based services and applications
> * QoS challenges/issues across heterogeneous networks
> * Multi-modal Interfaces Technology
> * Multimodal Interface for disable users
> * Role and efficiency of speech recognition
> * Ambient awareness
> * Vision based interactions
> * New mobile services using multimodal interface
> * Evaluation of multimodal systems
> * Sensor technolgies and networking
> * Open service architectures
> * User Security and Privacy
>
>
> The conference will be held on 15 and 16 July 2004 at the University of
> Surrey, Guildford, UK
>
> A call for papers is at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/dwrc/. Abstracts to be
> received by 18 January 2004.
>
>
>

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