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Andreas Bulling <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 27 Jan 2011 09:00:15 +0000
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Call for Pervasive 2011 Posters

The Pervasive 2011 Posters track offers a concise format to contribute novel
ideas and late-breaking research findings in pervasive computing technologies,
systems, and applications, and for sharing ideas and challenges in a
discussion-oriented forum during the conference. In addition, posters may
summarize interesting on-going research projects in a compact format.

Authors of accepted posters will be given the opportunity to promote their
contribution during a special poster session and reception scheduled in the
main conference program. Posters will be presented throughout the conference.
A best poster will be selected based on votes of the conference attendees to
receive the Pervasive 2011 Poster Award.

We welcome contributions (max. 4 pages, LNCS format) by the poster submission
deadline, including but not limited to the following topics:

    * Challenge current thinking regarding pervasive technologies, methods,
       and evaluation.
    * New technologies, systems, and methods for pervasive computing.
    * New applications of pervasive computing technologies.
    * New approaches to activity and context recognition in pervasive systems.
    * New interfaces and modes of human interactions with pervasive computing
       devices, applications, and environments.
    * Research project summaries opening new interesting directions for
       pervasive computing research.
    * Privacy, security, trust & social issues and implications of pervasive

Submission and review process

Poster submissions should be max. 4 pages in LNCS format, and include:

   1. an abstract (1000 characters) that will be used to advertise the work on
       the website,
   2. a motivation/background section, providing relevant details of the work,
   3. and a results/further work section with at least two illustrations
       (diagrams, pictures, schematics, etc.) that provide an overview on
       essential findings and/or original concepts as they shall appear on the

Authors of poster abstracts are requested to follow the following guidelines:

    * Specific existing results should be detailed in the results section. In
       particular cases where such results are not yet available, a convincing
       outline of expected results and a program for further work should be
    * Do not anonymise abstracts.
    * Do not put headers, footers, or page numbers on your abstract.
    * Do not exceed 4 pages in length.
    * Complete contributions should be submitted in electronic form
       (PDF format) via the submission website.

Submissions will be reviewed by at least two members of the Pervasive 2011
Poster committee after their conformance to the above mentioned guidelines
was confirmed. Accepted contributions will be published in the Pervasive 2011
Adjunct Proceedings on a USB stick and the abstract made available on the

Submission site:

Critical Dates

    * Submission deadline : March 4, 2011
    * Author notification : April 8, 2011
    * Camera ready due : April 29, 2011
    * Hotel reservation : May 13, 2011

Poster Chairs

Oliver Amft, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
Kurt Partridge, PARC, USA
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Dr. Andreas Bulling
Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Cambridge
Lancaster University
United Kingdom

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