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mDEVELOPMENT 2009 as part of

mLife 2009 Conferences and Exhibitions
2 - 3 - 4 September 2009, Barcelona, Spain,
Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona
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Research Submission deadline: 1st of June

Mobile technologies have significant impact on not only individual  
life, societies and organizations but also on economies. This impact  
is clearly visible for the developing economies in Africa, Latin  
America and parts of the Asia.

The First Conference on Mobile Development 2009 aims to explore the  
impact of the mobile technologies on economic and social development  
and invites all professionals from public, private, non-profit and  
third sector org organizations to create a prime platform for  
knowledge exchange and dissemination.

Research paper submission deadline  is the 1st of June 2009 and  
proposals for practice talks, workshops, tutorials, special sessions,  
are open and ongoing. Proposals for exhibiting demos, mobile devices,  
applications and services for mobile government are also welcome.

The umbrella platform, Mobile LIfe 2009, explores and disseminates  
knowledge, applications and services aiming to convert the impact of  
mobile technologies to economical and social welfare for individuals,  
societies, governments, businesses and economies. mLIfe 2009 hosts two  
other conferences this year.

-- EURO mGOV 2009: The 4th European Conference on Mobile Government
-- mSOCIETY 2009: The Second Int. Conference on Mobile Society

The conference is organized by the Mobile Government Consortium Int. ( 
) in cooperation with the  Barcelona City Council. It is a platform  
for effective interaction and dissemination of knowledge among public  
and private sector professionals, and researchers.

For more on submissions, participation, exhibitions of demos and  
applications, please visit or send email to [log in to unmask]

Associate Professor and Founding Director,
Mobile Government Consortium International, UK
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+44 1273 777853

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