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Vili Lehdonvirta <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 11 Feb 2010 21:04:31 +0900
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** The deadline for the Pervasive 2010 Call for demos, videos,
posters and doctoral colloquium papers has been extended
until Monday, 15 February. Please find the original call below. **

Pervasive 2010, the Eight International Conference on
Pervasive Computing, will be held 17-20 May 2010 in
Helsinki, Finland,

This annual conference provides a premier forum for
researchers to present their latest results in all areas
related to architecture, design, implementation,
application and evaluation of pervasive computing as it
integrates into our lives.

Pervasive 2010 builds on the success of previous
conferences in this series held in Zurich (August 2002),
in Linz/Vienna (April 2004), in Munich (May 2005), in
Dublin (May 2006), Toronto (May 2007), Sydney (May 2008)
and Nara (May 2009).

Pervasive 2010 will include Pervasive Plaza, an exhibition
including demos, videos and posters, as well as a
doctoral colloquium for PhD students.

We still welcome contributions in the form of demos, videos,
posters and doctoral colloquium papers. Relevant topics in
the conference include, but are not limited to

* Technologies and devices for pervasive computing
* Software aspects, including middleware and operating
systems for pervasive computing
* Tools, infrastructures, architectures and techniques for
designing, implementing & deploying pervasive computing
* Applications of pervasive computing technologies
* Interfaces and modes of interactions between people and
pervasive computing devices, applications or environments
* Evaluations and evaluation methods for assessing the
impact of pervasive computing devices, applications or
* Privacy, security, trust & social issues and
implications of pervasive computing


Call for demonstrations

The category of research demonstrations offers a unique
opportunity to showcase research prototypes, and to
discuss them with an international audience of experts in
pervasive computing. To promote this, Pervasive 2010 is
seeking interesting and engaging demonstrations of
pervasive computing technologies. Proposers are invited to
submit Research Demonstrations under the general topics of
the conference.

For a more detailed description and submission
information, please see


Call for videos

Videos are an effective tool to showcase research results,
to inspire other researchers, and to educate the general
public about the latest developments in Pervasive
Computing. With the category of Research Videos, Pervasive
2010 seeks research contributions, future visions, project
descriptions, and concepts of pervasive computing
technologies, systems and applications. The conference
particularly values practical experience with design,
deployment and use of pervasive systems and applications,
and investigation of exciting and inspiring ideas and

For a more detailed description and submission
information, please see


Call for posters

The Pervasive 2010 Posters track offers a concise format
for authors to contribute novel ideas and recent research
findings in pervasive computing technologies, systems, and
applications and share their ideas in a
discussion-oriented forum. In contrast to papers, poster
abstracts may report on preliminary work, late-breaking
results, smaller findings, or work otherwise in progress.

For a more a detailed description and submission
information, please see


Call for Doctoral Colloquium Papers

The doctoral colloquium offers a chance for PhD students
to receive high- quality feedback from external reviewers
and to directly interact with peers, to exchange ideas,
discuss concepts, and establish informal cooperation
between research groups.

PhD students and candidates are invited to present,
discuss and defend their work-in-progress or preliminary
results in an international and renowned audience of
researchers and developers in the ubiquitous computing
field at Pervasive 2010. PhD students and candidates at
all stages in the process are invited to submit a thesis
position paper, but preference is given to students early
on in their PhD work. Participants will be expected to
give short, informal presentations of their work during
the Colloquium, to be followed by a discussion.

For more a detailed description and submission
information, please see


Critical Dates

* 15 February 2010 (extended) Submission deadline for demos,
videos, posters and doctoral colloquium papers
* 8 March 2010 Author Notification
* 31 March 2010 Camera-ready deadline for paper submissions

Best regards,
Greger Lindén
Pervasive 2010 Conference Manager