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The 8th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia
November 22-25, 2009, Cambridge, England

Doctoral Symposium on 22 November 2009

We invite application submissions for the doctoral Symposium to be
held on November 22, 2009.  Submissions should be in the form of
short research papers in ACM format with no more than 4 pages
including all figures and references.  The topics should be in line
with the call for papers included below.

Submission deadline : October 10, 2009 (extended)

See for details and submission instructions.

Call for Papers

MUM (International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia) is
a distinguished forum for advances in research and technologies that
drive innovation in mobile and multimedia systems, applications, and
services. At MUM, academics and practitioners gather to discuss
challenges and achievements from diverse perspectives, in a
comfortable and effective single track conference format.

MUM invites submissions on

* User research and methods
for user-centred design of new concepts, applications, and services in
mobile and ubiquitous multimedia, ethnographic research and case studies

* Enabling technologies
for novel mobile and ubiquitous multimedia applications, including
protocols, algorithms, architectures, and middleware for mobile
roaming, bandwidth and connectivity management, media streaming,
storage, user authentication, identity and profile management

* Innovative designs and implementations
of user interfaces, applications, and systems that address challenging
issues in mobile interaction and ubiquitous media access across
devices with different form factors, seamless transition between
computing platforms,context aware UI, content presentation, management
of large user populations and complex service interactions for mobile
and ubiquitous multimedia

* Applications of research methods and techniques
from social network analysis, machine learning, information retrieval,
computer graphics, computer vision, speech processing, user interfaces
and interaction design to mobile and ubiquitous multimedia.


Conference Chairs:
Natasa Milic-Frayling    Microsoft Research
Jonna Häkkilä            Nokia Research Center
Jon Crowcroft            University of Cambridge

Program Chair:
Cecilia Mascolo          University of Cambridge

Doctoral Symposium Chair:
Joerg Ott                Helsinki University of Technology