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**************       CALL for PAPERS
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* 5th ACM Workshop on  Mobile Systems for Computational Social
Science (MCSS 2019) *
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More Information: http://nclab.kaist.ac.kr/MCSS2019  (collocated with
MobiSys 2019: https://www.sigmobile.org/mobisys/2019/)
June 21st 2019, Seoul, South Korea

****  Call for Submissions  (due date: April 26)**** The ACM Workshop on
“Mobile Systems for Computational Social Science” brings together
researchers working at computer science and social sciences to explore and
discuss recent advances, radical ideas, and hands-on experiences in
designing and evaluating new types of mobile systems for advancing social
science studies. We expect great interest not only from active academic
researchers, but also industry practitioners and the mobile and social
computing communities as a whole. MCSS 2019 solicits submissions on all
aspects of mobile systems for computational social science including mobile
system design, system technology, application, data analysis (qualitative
or quantitative) and social experiments in mobile environment, mobile crowd
sourcing, etc. Submissions covering social science research in mobile
computing environment are especially encouraged.

The focus areas include, but are not limited to:
- Design, implementation and evaluation of mobile systems for computational
social science
- Experiment design of social and behavioral experiments using mobile
technologies
- Design and implementation of algorithms for mobile system applications
- Architectural issues, including middleware and operating systems support
for social applications
- Integration of mobile technologies and cloud computing for social
applications
- Energy efficiency issues in designing socially-aware mobile systems
- Mobile social sensing systems
- Mobile technologies for psychological, health & wellness interventions
- Integration of mobile and Web technologies for the analysis of human
behavior
- Deployment and testing of mobile systems for social analysis and
applications
- Data collection, anonymization and storage of social and behavioral data
collected by means of mobile systems
- Privacy and data protection
- Inference of high-level contexts beyond location and activities (e.g.,
intention, preference, attention, emotion)
- Inference of low-level contexts and locally driven activities
- Large-scale data collection and experiments with crowdsourcing
- Deep personal analytics and self-quantization for persuasive mobile
applications
- Detecting human mobility and analysis of human collective action
- International comparisons of mobile infrastructures and political
movements

Papers should not exceed 6 pages, unless there are exceptional
circumstances. (10pt ACM format). Workshop papers will be included with the
MobiSys proceedings and posted in the ACM Digital Library.

****  Important Dates ****
Submission deadline (paper, position): April 26th, 2019 (11:59:59pm AOE)
Notification of acceptance: May 2nd, 2019 Workshop date: June 21st, 2019

****  Submission Guidelines ****
We solicit submissions of ongoing and works with preliminary results that
can generate significant interest and discussions at the workshop. Full
paper submissions must be limited to 6 pages including references. We
especially solicit papers describing early work or novel ideas (as opposed
to more mature work that may have a full suite of quantitative results), as
the goal is to promote discussion and brainstorming at the workshop.
Shorter papers that advocate certain new research directions or “positions”
are also very welcome.

All submissions must be original work not under review at any other
workshop, conference, or journal. Submissions should be single-blind,
containing the identities and affiliations of authors. Submissions must
follow the formatting guidelines at:
https://www.sigmobile.org/mobisys/2019/submission/ . Your submission must
be in PDF (no other formats accepted).  Please submit via the **submission
link:  https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mcss2019 **   For detailed
information about the program and submission guideline, please visit
http://nclab.kaist.ac.kr/MCSS2019

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Program Co-Chairs
Wonjae Lee (KAIST, South Korea)
Archan Misra (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

Technical Program Committee:
Yutaka Arakawa (Nara Institute of Science & Technology); Inseok Hwang (IBM
Research – Austin, USA); Jeonghan Kang (Yonsei University); Fahim Kawsar
(Nokia Bell Labs); Young-Kyu Kim(Business School, Korea University);
Jang-Hyun Kim (Sungkyunkwan University); Myunghwan Kim (LinkedIn); Youngki
Lee (Seoul National University); Cecilia Mascolo (University of Cambridge);
Mirco Musolesi (University College London); Jin Nakazawa (Keio University);
Patrick Park (University of Michigan);  Jason Rentfrow (University of
Cambridge); Prashant Shenoy (University of Massachusetts);  Junehwa Song
(KAIST); Craig Tutterow (LinkedIn)
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