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Alexander De Luca <[log in to unmask]>
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Smartphone 2010 CFP
             The 2010 International Workshop on
    Smartphone Applications and Services (Smartphone 2010)


              Gwangju, Korea, December 9-11, 2010

The 2010 International Workshop on Smartphone Applications and Services 
(Smartphone 2010) will be held in Gwangju, Korea, December 9-11, 2010.

Smartphone 2010 will be the most comprehensive workshop focused on 
advances in Smartphone applications and services.
Smartphone is an outcome of a state of the art and novel mobile 
technologies that includes highly capable handheld device or cell-phone 
with advanced features such as iPhone OS, Android, Linux Mobile, Windows 
Mobile/Phone operation system, access to the Internet, and other 
computer-like processing capabilities similar to personal computer. 
Recently, smartphones have been widely used and are reaching over 4 
billion subscribers these days due to their innovative capabilities of 
supporting many interesting/valuable applications and handheld mobile 
Internet service. Most of researchers predict smartphone will have a 
portion about 40 % among whole mobile handsets. On the other hand the 
rapid growing trends of smartphones throughout the past few years have 
contributed to increasing Pervasive Computing (PC) for providing a 
variety of convergence services, playing a key role to connect with 
smart and intelligent computing devices.
The goal of this issue is to bring together the state of the art 
research contribution that describes original and unpublished work 
addressing for Smartphone Applications and Services technologies for PC. 
It will reflect the state-of-the-art of the various smartphone 
applications and services, open market place for smartphone 
applications, smartphone platforms, smartphone security of new 
processing techniques in engineering, science, and other disciplines 
related to the smartphone applications and services for pervasive 
computing. Topics of primary interest include, but are not limited to:

Topics (Areas of interest for this special issue include the following 
- Smartphone applications for PC
- Smartphone converged services for PC
- Smartphone platform for PC
- Smartphone middleware in PC
- Smartphone multimedia services in PC
- Smartphone connectivity for PC
- Smartphone security issues for PC
- Smartphone service managements and policies for PC
- Smartphone challenges and future trends

==Important Dates==
- Paper submission Due : July 15, 2010.
- First Acceptance Notification : August 15, 2010.
- Revision Due : September 15, 2010.
- Second Acceptance Notification : October 10, 2010.
- Presentation Material Due (PPT) : October 30, 2010.
- Registration Due : Nov. 15, 2010.
- Symposium Days : December 9-11, 2010.
- Final Acceptance Notification : December 31, 2010.
- Camera Ready Due : January 15, 2010.
- Journal Publication Date 2nd or 3rd Quarter, 2011 (Tentative)

==Submission Guidelines==
Authors should submit papers with short papers (4-5pages) or regular 
papers (8-10) pages in length according to the following template.

==Proceeding and Publication==
As you can see the CFP, final version of all accepted and presented 
papers in Smartphone 2010 will be included in Special Issue of Personal 
and Ubiquitous Computing - Springer indexed by SCIE.
** Short papers will be included to Journal of Information Processing 
Systems (JIPS) - KIPS indexed by DOI, DBLP, Google and Google scholar, 
and KCI-E.

Submission system:

==Organization (TBA)==
*: Confirmed

General Chairs
Prof. Jong Hyuk Park
Seoul National University of Technology, Korea
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Prof. Han-Chieh Chao
National Ilan University, Taiwan
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Prof. Marc Langheinrich
University of Lugano, Switzerland
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Program Chairs
Dr. Tae-Shik Shon
Samsung Electronics
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Prof. Mark Shaneck
Liberty University
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The Late Prof. Mieso Denko
University of Guelph, Canada
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==Program Committee ==

==Contact Information==
If you have any question about the CfP and papers submission, please 
email to Prof. Jong Hyuk Park([log in to unmask]) and Dr. 
Tae-Shik Shon ([log in to unmask]).