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                        CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: AmI-07
                              http://www.ami-07.org


                   European Conference on Ambient Intelligence
                       Nov. 7-10, 2007, Darmstadt, Germany


The advance program and registration are now available
at http://www.ami-07.org


AmI-07 is the second joint conference that brings together two series
of events, the conference on smart objects (sOc) and the European
Symposium on Ambient Intelligence (EUSAI). Now in 2007 we are
carrying this event forward by bringing together top researchers both
from academia and industry within the various disciplines that
constitute the field of ambient intelligence.


Please join us for an exciting conference, stimulating research
and creating links between industry and academia allowing the
exploration of new frontiers in the area of ambient intelligence!


The advance program is available at http://www.ami-07.org


Advance registration ends on *October 1st*.


Highlights for AmI 2007:


   o Keynote speakers:

- Gregory D. Abowd,  Associate Professor in the College of
Computing at Georgia Tech

- Pattie Maes,  Associate Professor in MIT's Program in Media
Arts and Sciences and director of the Media Lab's Ambient
Intelligence research group.


   o A selective 2-day program, displaying first-class research in
      Ambient Intelligence, with speakers from all over europe and
      beyond: http://www.ami-07.org/program.html


   o Five EU-project workshops, and these six research workshops:

- "Artificial Intelligence Methods for Ambient Intelligence"
- "Evaluating Ubiquitous Systems with Users"
- "Model Driven Software Engineering for Ambient Intelligence
     Applications"
- "Smart Products: Building Blocks of Ambient Intelligence"
- "Ambient Assisted Living"
- "Human Aspects in Ambient Intelligence"

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