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"Daniel L. Ashbrook" <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 30 Jun 2006 12:14:53 -0400
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Summary: Demonstration submissions to the IEEE International Sympoisum
on Wearable Computers (ISWC) are due on July 6, 2006. ISWC will be held
from October 11-14 in Montreux, Switzerland.

Full call for demonstrations (available on line at )

Demonstrations provide an opportunity to show research prototypes and
works in progress to colleagues for comment in a relaxed atmosphere.
Both independent demonstrations and those accompaning accepted papers
and posters are welcome. Demonstrations will not be published in the
main conference proceedings, but will included in the demonstration
handout. Accommodations (power, space, etc.) will be limited, so
participants should plan to be mobile and self-supported. To apply to
perform a demonstration, please send the following information to the
Demonstrations Chair, Kurt Partridge ( [log in to unmask] ) by
July 6, 2006:

	* Demonstration title
	* Authors and affiliations
	* A one-page summary that describes what you plan to demonstrate,
		including a 200 word abstract. Only the abstract will be included in the
		demonstration handout; the rest of the summary will be used to judge the
		quality of the submission.
	* A 640 x 480 JPG photo or diagram to be included in the
		demonstration handout alongside the abstract (which will be resized to
		43 mm x 57 mm)
	* A description of your requirements for space, power, network
		connectivity, lighting, and sound.

Notifications of acceptance for demonstrations will be delivered by
August 10. 

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