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"M. Halid" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 20 May 2009 01:01:51 +0100
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Dear Colleagues,

Submission deadline to Mobile Life 2009 conferences is  approaching  
fast. The organization committee is looking for

--  research submissions,--  practice talk proposals, and proposals  
for special sessions, workshop and tutorials
--  demos of mobile devices, content, applications and services as  
well as posters and company showcases.

Online submissions are now open.

An early  draft program is also posted:

--  6 plenary talks
--  27 separate sessions
--  3 interaction sessions for demos and exhibitions

Please see the brief info below and visit the conferences web site for  
more www.m4life.org

Looking forward to your research submissions

Regards,

M. Halid
----
Mobile Government Consortium International
www.mgovernment.org
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mLife 2009: Three Conferences and Exhibitions
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2 - 3 - 4 September 2009, Barcelona, Spain,
Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona
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http://www.m4life.org    [log in to unmask]

-- mSOCIETY 2009: The 2nd International Conference on Mobile Society
-- EURO mGOV 2009: The 4th European Conference on Mobile Government
-- mDEVELOPMENT 2009: The 1st Int. Conference on Mobile Development

Practice talk proposals :as soon as possible
Research Paper Submission dead line : 10th of June 2009

mLife conference and exhibitions are prime events for all  
organizations and professionals who would like to monitor, take part  
in, and shape the development of the social impact of the mobile  
revolution. They provide opportunities to businesses, public sector  
organizations and researchers to explore the frontiers of the social  
mobile revolution and be informed about cutting edge applications,  
services,

Covering all aspects of mobile business, mobile society, m/e- 
government and mDevelopment. mLife Organisation invites research,  
practice and policy presentations; exhibitions and demos; tutorials  
and special sessions.

For more on submissions please visit: http://www.m4life.org

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