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Kristof Van Laerhoven <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 18 Dec 2006 23:23:55 +0100
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      Please note that the deadline will not be extended!

======================= Call for papers =======================

         IWSAWC 2007 - The 7th International Workshop
          on Smart Appliances and Wearable Computing

                In Conjunction with ICDCS 2007
                June 29th 2007, Toronto, Canada

               * deadline: January 10th, 2007 *


Technical  papers  on  smart appliances,  wearable systems and
collaborative technologies are solicited for oral presentation
at IWSAWC 2007. Papers reporting new developments in computing
with  smart devices  such as  PDAs,  wearable  computers,  and
cellular phones  as well as  new insights in  instrumention of
everyday artifacts  and  their infrastructures will be invited
for presentation.

In addition to  regular technical presentations,  a session of
posters  accompanied  by demonstrations is held for presenting
latest developments and active discussions.

Please  check out  the workshop  web page  for  more  detailed
information  on the scope of the workshop:

The  full-paper  submissions  that  are accepted for inclusion
into the IWSAWC 2007 workshop Proceedings will be published by
IEEE  Computer Society  Press  as part  of the ICDCS  Workshop

Kristof Van Laerhoven   TU Darmstadt, Germany
Yoshihiro Kawahara      University of Tokyo, Japan
Kent Lyons              GeorgiaTech, USA
Masayuki Iwai           Keio University, Japan

Programme Committee:
Martin Strohbach        NEC Research, Germany
Rene Mayrhofer          Lancaster University, UK
Florian Michahelles     ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Boris De Ruyter         Philips Research, The Netherlands
James Scott             Intel Research Cambridge, UK
Rui José                University of Minho, Portugal
Dan Ashbrook            GeorgiaTech, USA
Kurt Partridge          PARC, USA
Gabor Blasko            Columbia University, USA
Wayne Piekarski         University of South Australia
Masateru Minami         Shibaura Inst. of Technology, Japan
Tsutomu Terada          Osaka University, Japan
Daisuke Morikawa        KDDI, Japan
Lucy Dunne              UCD, Ireland
Jonna Häkkilä           Nokia Multimedia, Finland
Goro Kunito             NTT DoCoMo, Japan


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