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--- Call for Proposals to host MUM 2015 - 14th International Conference on
Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia ---

Submission deadline: November 14, 2014.

The Steering Committee of the International Conference on Mobile and
Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM) calls for proposals to host MUM 2015, the 14th
conference in the series. MUM 2014 (http://mum2014.org) will be held
in Melbourne, Australia, on November 25-58, 2014.

MUM has established itself as a well-known annual international
conference, which brings together experts from both academia and industry
for a fruitful exchange of ideas and discussion on future challenges in a
comfortable and effective single track conference format. MUM is typically
organized in late November or early December and with submission deadline
in late August or early September provides a fast track for presenting
latest research results. MUM is organized in co-operation with
corresponding ACM SIGs and conference proceedings are archived in the ACM
Digital Library.

MUM is dedicated to being an international conference, which rotates
between all three areas of the globe (Europe/Africa, the Americas and
Asia/Pacific). As the 2014 conference will be held in Asia/Pacific, MUM 2014
would prefer sites in the Americas or in Europe. However, overall
proposal substance has priority over plain location.

A proposal is expected to address the following issues (please structure
the proposal accordingly):

1. Conference location (international travel connections should be
highlighted).

2. Conference venue(s) (conference facilities should be highlighted, the
hall allocated to the main conference track should have at least 100
seats, additional smaller rooms are needed for tutorial and workshops, all
public facilities should be covered with a proper WiFi network for
Internet access).

3. Tentative dates when the conference can be held (possible overlap with
competing conferences should be reported).

4. Short biographies of key persons (general chair(s), PC chair(s), local
arrangements chair(s), other chairs). A proper distribution of geographies
and expertise should be pursued. Please note that a full PC is not
expected to be named.

5. Proposed conference structure with daily scheduling (main conference
(single track), tutorials, workshops, special tracks/sessions, demos,
doctoral colloquium, pre/post conference social program etc.) While a
proposal is most welcome to follow the structure of past MUM conferences,
innovative modifications are encouraged and should be highlighted.

6. Proposed conference timeline with key dates (1st CFP distributed, 2nd
CFP distributed, submission deadlines, reviews due, notification of
acceptance, camera ready version due, registration deadline).

7. Preliminary budget (itemized cost estimate, itemized funding plan
including projected registration fees and potential sponsorship). Please
note that the local arrangement chair(s) assume(s) full financial
responsibility for the conference.

8. Overview of local arrangements (hotel block reservations including a
low-cost option, conference publicity and marketing, conference website,
paper submission system, handling of credit card payments, student
volunteers, pre/post conference social program, etc.)

9. Description of planned ACM co-operation (identification of SIGs whose
co-operation will be sought, see
http://www.acm.org/sigs/volunteer_resources/conference_manual/1-3incop).


The proposal should be submitted as a PDF file via email to the chair of
the MUM Steering Committee, Timo Ojala ([log in to unmask]), by November
14, 2014. The Steering Committee will make its decision by November 21,
2014, to be announced at MUM 2014 in Melbourne. The Steering Committee
reserves the right to correspond with bidders during the review process
and to negotiate with the winning proposal about the details of the
conference.


The MUM steering committee comprises of the following chairs of previous
MUM conferences:
Marios Angelides, Brunel University, UK
Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge, UK
David Doermann, University of Maryland, USA
Jonna Häkkilä, University of Oulu, Finland
Matthias Kranz, University of Passau, Germany
Lambros Lambrinos, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Natasa Milic-Frayling, Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
Timo Ojala, University of Oulu, Finland (chair)
Michael Rohs, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Enrico Rukzio, Ulm University, Germany
Kåre Synnes, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mikael Wiberg, Umeå University, Sweden
Arkady Zaslavsky, CSIRO, Australia


Previous MUM conferences:
MUM 2014: Melbourne, Australia
MUM 2013: Luleå, Sweden
MUM 2012: Ulm, Germany
MUM 2011: Beijing, China
MUM 2010: Limassol, Cyprus
MUM 2009: Cambridge, UK
MUM 2008: Umeå, Sweden
MUM 2007: Oulu, Finland
MUM 2006: Stanford, USA
MUM 2005: Christchurch, New Zealand
MUM 2004: College Park, USA
MUM 2003: Norrköping, Sweden
MUM 2002: Oulu, Finland

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