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Pedro Maurício Costa <[log in to unmask]>
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CfP MQoE'12 @ BCS HCI 2012

Workshop on Quality of Experience in Mobility Contexts
10 September 2012, Birmingham UK

Submission deadline: 15th June

* Call for Papers

The goal of this workshop is to discuss the impact of modern mobile devices
on Quality of Experience in contexts of mobility. The proliferation of
increasingly powerful devices, provided with computing and networking
capabilities, has largely contributed for smart environments. In such
environments new opportunities for interaction between users, devices and
cloud-based services arise. While the potential in this context is
significant and with a wide range of applications, there are several
challenges to be overcome.

The workshop on Quality of Experience in Mobility Contexts aims at
stimulating a discussion between researchers and practitioners on the
different approaches, challenges and benefits for measuring, adapting and
influencing User eXperience in mobility, while building a community of
interest around this topic.

We invite submissions of original and unpublished work on the following
topics of interest:

- User-centric service design and delivery;
- Novel mobile interfaces and interaction techniques;
- Mobile sensing;
- Context-aware systems;
- Personal service contextualisation;
- Adaptive systems;
- Affective Interaction;
- Mobile Cloud Computing;
- Mobile Service Design: Models, Patterns and Recommendations;
- Wearable computing, smart clothes, and sensors;
- Trust, privacy, content protection, legal aspects & issues in mobile
applications & services.

* Submissions

To participate please submit a 2 to 4 page paper using the BCS’s template
by 15th June on The
submission of early-stage and on-going research is encouraged. Accepted
papers will be published at the BCS eWiC repository.

* Organisers

Pedro Mauricio Costa, Imperial College London, UK
Marta Campos Ferreira, University of Porto, Portugal
Marco de Sa, Yahoo! Research, USA

For further details and contact information, please visit the workshop

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