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      Call for Papers: EuroSSC 2010
      5th IEEE European Conference on Smart Sensing and Context
      14 - 16 November 2010 in Passau, Germany

      http://www.esl.fim.uni-passau.de/eurossc2010



The 5th IEEE European Conference on Smart Sensing and Context is a platform 
to discuss techniques, algorithms, architectures, protocols, and user 
aspects underlying context-aware smart surroundings and cooperating 
intelligent objects.
We invite the submission of original and unpublished work covering all areas 
related to distributed smart sensing, context processing, opportunistic 
information integration, context-aware actuators, and applications in the 
area.



EuroSSC 2010 topics of interest are:

Distributed smart sensing and context recognition
  a.. Smart sensing: sensors inferring context and context-aware sensing
  b.. Context-aware surroundings and infrastructures
  c.. Distributed objects and wearables inferring context
  d.. Algorithms and architectures for scalable context recognition
  e.. Quality of Context (context uncertainty, unreliable sensing)
Context processing
  a.. Context reasoning, fusion, transformation, inference
  b.. Context processing given Quality of Context
  c.. Scalable context management and processing architectures
  d.. Information aspects of context-aware sensor&actuator systems
Opportunistic information and context processing
  a.. Methods for opportunistic use of sensors for context awareness
  b.. Context recognition given opportunistic sensing
  c.. Principles, approaches and architectures
  d.. Test-beds, evaluation methods and demonstrators
Context-aware actuators, interaction methods, and human aspects
  a.. Principles and methods for context-aware actuation and feedback
  b.. Distributed context-aware actuators
  c.. Interaction with context-aware objects, wearables and proactive 
interfaces
  d.. Quality of Actuation
  e.. Symbiosis between autonomic context-aware sensor&actuator systems and 
users
  f.. Social implications, user-controlled privacy, securing context
Applications, deployment, test beds and case studies
  a.. Wearable computing and pervasive computing applications
  b.. Real-world experiences with deployed systems
  c.. Applications and case studies related to smart surroundings & 
intelligent objects
  d.. Integration with the Internet of the Future
  e.. Development tools, deployment principles, and life-cycle support


Important dates:

      Full paper submission June 18
      Posters and demo submission August 20
      Notification of full paper acceptance August 6
      Notification posters & demos August 27



Papers

Full papers should not exceed 14 pages in length (single-column LNCS format, 
templates available here). Technical Papers are peer reviewed. Accepted 
papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings published by 
Springer-Verlag in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). The 
proceedings will also be made available through the digital library.

Posters

Posters are solicited that present recent and on-going research by students. 
The poster submissions should include a 2-page (LNCS format) description of 
the student's research. Accepted posters will be printed in the adjunct 
conference proceedings, which carry an own ISBN number. The poster will be 
presented at the conference poster and demonstration session.

Demonstrations

Proposals for research demonstrations are solicited. Demonstration 
description should not exceed 3 pages (LNCS format) and should include a 
description of the demonstration and equipment to be used. Demonstration 
abstracts will be published in the adjunct conference proceedings with an 
own ISBN number.



With our best wishes,

EuroSSC 2010 Organization Committee 

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