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"Jakob E. Bardram" <[log in to unmask]>
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Jakob E. Bardram
Thu, 10 Jul 2003 09:58:33 +0200
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                            CALL FOR PAPERS

            The 2nd International Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing
                   for Pervasive Healthcare Applications
                              (UbiHealth 2003)
                             UbiComp 2003

                        October 12, 2003
                Seattle, Washington, USA



UbiHealth 2003 is a forum for researchers working with pervasive and
ubiquitous computing technology and healthcare. This workshop will
explore the development and application of ubicomp infrastructures
and devices for pervasive healthcare including assisting people
with cognitive, mobility, and sensory impairments.

UbiHealth 2003 will take place October 12, 2003, as part of the
UbiComp 2003 Conference ( in Seattle,

UbiHealth 2003 welcomes submissions in a variety of themes
and topics such as:

  - Wearable computing for health;
  - Personal medical devices;
  - Cognitive aids and reminding devices;
  - Smart home technology;
  - Implantable sensory technology;
  - Technology for caregivers and nurses;
  - Ethical implications of pervasive healthcare;
  - Methodological issues in pervasive healthcare.

Critical Dates
Paper deadline: August 8
Notification of acceptance: August 22
Workshop Date: October 12, 2003

Workshop Chairs
Jakob E. Bardram, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Ilkka Korhonen, VTT Information Technology, Finland
Alex Mihailidis, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Dadong Wan, Accenture Technology Labs, USA

Submission Details
Ten to fifteen participants will be invited based on a position paper
submitted prior to the workshop.
Each position paper should be two to five pages in length and consist of the

author's vision of the use of pervasive computing in healthcare, current
work, expectations towards the workshop, and the author's research
activities including a short bio of the author(s).

Position papers should be formatted according to the standard Springer
Verlag format and submitted in PDF format. A template file can be found at

Papers should be submitted to the workshop program committee by email to
Ilkka Korhonen [[log in to unmask]].

This workshop website contains accepted submissions, workshop details, and
the program. Furthermore, the results of the workshop will be posted here.