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UbiComp2007 Call for Papers
This is a reminder on the approaching deadlines for for UbiComp 2007.

Important Dates
June 1, 2007 - Late Breaking Results paper

June 15, 2007 - Video media and abstract

June 16, 2007 - Demo proposal

June 1, 2007 - June 15 - Workshop paper

Workshops provide an opportunity to discuss and explore specific areas of 
ubiquitous computing research with a group of interested researchers and 
practitioners. The goal of the workshops is to share understandings and 
experiences, to foster research communities, to learn from each other and 
to envision future directions.

The workshops will be held on Sunday September 16th, prior to the main 
conference and will be located at the University of Innsbruck.

Please visit for more 
information on the workshops. 

Late-Breaking Results
Late-Breaking Results track (i.e. Posters)

The Late Breaking Results category provides researchers with an
opportunity to present their bleeding-edge work in an interactive
fashion in front of an expert audience, without impacting the
possibility of publishing as a full paper at a later date. Late
Breaking Results will be presented in three forms: as a poster at the
conference poster reception, at the "1-minute madness" session
preceding the reception, and as an extended abstract distributed to
the attendees. We encourage the submission of preliminary or
exploratory work, smaller projects or results not suitable for a full
paper, and any other research that would excite discussion and benefit
from this open forum.

Please visit for more information. 

June 15, 2007 - Video media and abstract	

Videos are increasingly becoming an integral part of the UbiComp conference 
series: they offer the chance to showcase emerging technologies, prototype 
systems, and new approaches to using ubiquitous computing. Videos are 
especially useful for illustrating complex systems and new interactions with 
systems in special environments that would not easily be presented as 
demonstrations at the conference.

We encourage submission of videos both as new material and as supplementals 
to paper submissions (e.g., in order to illustrate particular aspects of a 
system). As with other submission categories, video submissions should not 
have been previously presented in any other formal video program. 

Please visit for more information. 

June 16, 2007 - Demo proposal	 		

The Ubicomp conferences Demonstrations Program offers an excellent way to 
showcase tangible results of ubiquitous computing research and development 
to over 500 attendees from academia and industry. A successful demo 
communicates ideas and concepts in a powerful way that a regular presentation 
cannot. We invite you to contribute your vision of the ubicomp experience to 
the Demonstrations Program at the UbiComp 2007 conference. We particularly 
encourage demonstrations that include participation by conference attendees 
and provoke discussion about issues within the field of ubiquitous computing.

The demonstration abstract will be published in the Conference Supplement 
that will have its own ISBN number and be distributed physically and be 
available electronically afterwards.

We seek proposals for demonstrations of ubiquitous computing technologies 
across the full milieu of everyday life: office, home, street, park, train, 
automobile, bedroom, bathroom, work, play, desktop, handheld, worn, public, 
private, community, individual, shared, and personal. We welcome a wide 
range of submission from scenarios involving innovative solutions of focused 
tasks as well as playful pursuits.

Please visit for more information. 

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