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Pervasive 2007, the Fifth International Conference on Pervasive 
Computing, cordially invites submissions for the following categories:

*Late Breaking Results & Posters (http://pervasive07.org/cfp_lbr.phtml)

*Demonstrations (http://pervasive07.org/cfp_demos.phtml)

*Videos (http://pervasive07.org/cfp_videos.phtml)

*Doctoral Colloquium (http://pervasive07.org/cfp_dc.phtml)

*Workshop Papers (http://pervasive07.org/cfp_workshop_papers.phtml)



The conference already will proudly include:

*A highly selective single-track program for technical papers

*A full day of dedicated workshops to be held in advance of the main 
conference on Sunday, May 13, 2007. A list of the workshops can be 
found at (http://pervasive07.org/program_workshops.phtml)

*A keynote address by Adam Greenfield, an internationally-recognized 
writer, user experience consultant and critical futurist. His 2006 
Everyware has been acclaimed as "groundbreaking," "elegant" and 
"soulful" by Bruce Sterling, and as "gracefully written, fascinating, 
and deeply wise" by Wired's Steve Silberman. 
(http://pervasive07.org/program_keynote.phtml)

*A full day of short tutorials highlighting fundamentals of pervasive 
computing. Topics include:
 -Methods and Challenges in Location Systems, by Gaetano Borriello  
 -Designing and Building Ubiquitous Sensor Systems, by Joe Paradiso  
 -Systems Software for Ubiquitous Computing, by Paddy Nixon  
 -Ethnography, Thick and Thin, by Ken Anderson & Paul Dourish  
 -Machine Learning for Ubicomp, by Bernt Schiele  
 -Interacting in Ubiquitous Computing Environments, by Tom Rodden  
 -Evaluation of Real Deployments in Ubicomp, by Gregory Abowd  
 -Building Context-Aware Systems, by Anind Dey
(http://pervasive07.org/program_tutorials.phtml)



We are looking forward to your participation! For more information, 
please visit: http://pervasive07.org .

 -Matthias Kranz (University of Munich)  
 -Alex Varshavsky (University of Toronto)

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