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Our apologies if you have received multiple copies of this CFP.
Kindly forward this email to interested Colleagues, Researchers and Scholars.

** Important Dates **
- Submission deadline - 2 March 2015, 17:00 PDT
- Author notifications (incl. "revise & resubmit" notifications): 21 May 2015
- Revised papers/notes submission deadline: 25 June 2015, 17:00 PDT
- Author notifications for revised submissions: 9 July 2015
- Camera-ready deadline: 17 July 2015
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                  Announcement and Call for Papers

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                             UBICOMP 2015

                        http://www.ubicomp.org

            The 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on
                  Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

              September 7-11, 2015, Osaka, Japan

The  2015  ACM  International  Joint  Conference   on  Pervasive  and
Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2015) invites submission of full papers
and  notes  describing  original  research.   UbiComp  is  a  premier
interdisciplinary venue  in  which leading international researchers,
designers,  developers,  and practitioners  in the field present  and
discuss  novel  results in  all aspects  of ubiquitous  and pervasive
computing.  This includes the design, development,  and deployment of
ubiquitous and pervasive computing technologies and the understanding
of human  experiences  and  social impacts  that  these  technologies
facilitate.   UbiComp  2015  will  be  held  from  September  7 to 11
in Osaka, Japan,  and as in past years  will be co-located  with ISWC
2015 (with a single registration fee).

In the papers  and notes track,  we welcome  high quality submissions
that  describe  original   and   unpublished  research  contributions
advancing  the  frontier  of  pervasive  and  ubiquitous  computing.
Relevant research topics include, but are not limited to:

- Systems & infrastructures: descriptions of the design,
  architecture, deployment, and evaluation of systems and
  infrastructures that support ubiquitous computing

- Devices & techniques: descriptions of the design, architecture,
  usage, and evaluation of devices and techniques that create new
  capabilities for ubiquitous computing

- Applications & experiences: descriptions of the design and/or
  empirical study of applications that leverage Ubicomp devices
  and systems

- Methodologies & tools: new methods and tools applied to studying
  or building Ubicomp systems and applications

- Theories & models: critical analysis or organizing theory with
  clear relevance to the design or study of Ubicomp systems

- Visions & wildcards: well-argued and well-supported visions of
  the future of ubiquitous computing; non-traditional topics,
  viewpoints and perspectives that convincingly bring something new
  to ubicomp research and practice.


A submission (full paper or note) should clearly compare and contrast
how the work relates to previous research and knowledge, what aspects
of the work are new,  and the major contributions  it makes.  Authors
should  write  their paper  for an  interdisciplinary,  international
audience.  Submissions must not have been previously published nor be
under concurrent submission  for publication for an archival track of
any other conference, journal,  workshop or other publication that is
part of a formal repository (such as the ACM digital library).

Submissions  must  adhere to  the ACM double-column format.  The page
limit is 10+2  for full papers  and 4+1 for notes:  to allow for more
complete   and  fully   formatted   reference  lists,   bibliographic
references  do NOT count  toward the page limit of 10 pages  for full
papers and 4 pages for notes. However the overall limit including the
bibliography is 12 pages for full papers and 5 pages for notes  (with
only   references   allowed   in   the   additional  pages).   Author
names/affiliations   must  not   appear   in   the   title   area  of
a  paper-in-submission.  Further  anonymization  is  at  the authors'
discretion  but  authors  must ensure  that their  own prior  work of
relevance to the submission is fully referenced in the bibliography.

All submissions  will  be  reviewed  by  the  Program  Committee  and
external  experts  to  reach  a decision  on acceptance.  In selected
cases,  the Program Committee  may also decide to  invite authors  to
"revise & resubmit" to allow flawed papers with significant potential
a second chance  at acceptance.  However,  note that an invitation to
revise and resubmit does not guarantee acceptance.


Important Dates for UbiComp 2015 Papers and Notes track:

- Submission deadline - 2 March 2015, 17:00 PDT

- Author notifications (incl. "revise & resubmit" notifications):
  21 May 2015

- Revised papers/notes submission deadline: 25 June 2015, 17:00 PDT

- Author notifications for revised submissions: 9 July 2015

- Camera-ready deadline: 17 July 2015

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