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Registration is now open for the 3rd UK-UbiNet Workshop on Designing,
evaluating and using ubiquitous computing systems, 9-11 February 2005, at
the University of Bath.  You can register online via the workshop website
at: http://www.bath.ac.uk/comp-sci/hci/uk-ubinet.html.  Registration closes
at 10:00am on Wednesday 2 February 2005, so please book as soon as possible.
Student registration is free.  The registration fee for other delegates is
80.

The website also carries full details of the workshop programme, including
accepted papers and keynote speakers.  There is also information on getting
to Bath and staying in the city.

UK-UbiNet is an EPSRC funded network of research in the U.K. in the area of
Ubiquitous Computing.  One of the main means of exchanging information in
UK-UbiNet is workshops and conferences.  The aim is to make these
conferences as open and as inclusive as possible in order to foster growth
of the research community.  The community covers many aspects of research
into ubiquitous computing, including networks, sensors, distributed systems,
interaction, social factors, security and theory.

This 3rd workshop follows successful workshops in September 2003 and May
2004.  It aims to examine issues and research in the design, evaluation and
use of ubiquitous computing systems.  It will provide an overview of
research in these areas within the UK, and support collaboration between
different groups in the research community.

Sessions include:
Public, social & private use of ubiquitous computing systems;
Ubiquitous computing, urban design & architecture;
Human-computer interaction with ubiquitous systems: interfaces &
infrastructures;
Evaluating ubiquitous computing systems;
Theories & frameworks for ubiquitous computing;
Designing ubiquitous computing systems;
Context awareness: beyond location sensing;
Current & future technologies for ubiquitous computing.

Keynote Speakers:
Chris Baber (University of Birmingham)
Steve Brewster (University of Glasgow)
Alan Dearle (University of St Andrews)
Alan Dix (Lancaster University)
Chris Greenhalgh (University of Nottingham)
Tim Kindberg (HP Labs)
Alan Penn (The Bartlett, UCL)
Cliff Randell (University of Bristol)


We look forward to seeing you in Bath.

--
Eamonn O'Neill
Department of Computer Science
University of Bath
Bath BA2 7AY
UK

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