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Alexander De Luca <[log in to unmask]>
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     *** Hurry: early bird registration ends on August 23, 2010 ***
            *** ***

                         CALL FOR PARTICIPATION   

12th ACM International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp 2010)
                  Copenhagen, Denmark, Sep 26-29 2010

                          Ubicomp 2010 offers:
                            1 invited talk,
                   39 high quality technical papers,
                             13 workshops,
                          Doctoral symposium,
                    Poster, demo and video sessions

Registration is now open!
The early bird rates are available till August 23, 2010.

The following is included and covered by the registration (both full and

    * Access to the main conference sessions, keynote and demos.
    * One copy of the Main (Papers & Notes) Proceedings
    * One copy of the Supplemental Proceedings on USB stick
    * Wireless Internet access in the conference venue
    * Coffee breaks on all three conference days (Sept. 27, 28, and 29)
    * Lunch on all three conference days
    * Opening Reception (Sept. 27)
    * Conference Reception (Sept. 28)

Additionally, Workshop registrants will have access to the workshop
program on Sept 26, 2010. Wireless Internet access, lunch, and coffee
breaks will also be provided on the workshop day.

Ubicomp is a premier venue for presenting research in the design,
development, deployment, evaluation and understanding of ubiquitous
computing systems.  Ubicomp is an interdisciplinary field of research
and development that utilizes and integrates pervasive, wireless,
embedded, wearable and/or mobile technologies to bridge the gaps between
the digital and physical worlds. Ubicomp 2010 will bring together top
researchers and practitioners who are interested in both the technical
and applied aspects of Ubiquitous Computing technologies, systems and
applications. The Ubicomp 2010 program features keynotes, technical
paper and notes sessions, specialized workshops, live demonstrations,
posters, video presentations, and a Doctoral Colloquium.

The 13 workshops will take place on September, 26.

Workshops at Ubicomp provide an opportunity to discuss and explore
emerging areas of ubiquitous computing research with a group of
like-minded researchers and practitioners. This year at Ubicomp we are
particularly happy to announce a strong workshop program, with both
well-known recurrent workshops that address core Ubicomp topics, as well
as new exciting workshops picking up on novel fascinating themes.

The following workshops will take place:

 W01 - Mobile Context-Awareness: Capabilities, Challenges and Applications
 W02 - Designing for Performative Interactions in Public Spaces
 W03 - Transnational Times: Locality, Globality and Mobility in Technology
       Design and Use
 W04 - SISSI 2010: Social Interaction in Spatially Separated Environments
 W05 - PaperComp 2010: 1st International Workshop on Paper Computing
 W06 - UBI Challenge Workshop 2010: Prototyping Real World Urban Computing
 W07 - Ubiquitous Crowdsourcing
 W08 - Research in the large: Using App Stores, Markets and other wide
       distribution channels in UbiComp research
 W09 - CASEMANS: The 4th ACM International Workshop on Context-Awareness
       for Self-Managing Systems
 W10 - PerEd 2010: The Third Workshop on Pervasive Computing Education
 W11 - UbiHealth 2010: The 5th International Workshop on Ubiquitous
       Health and Wellnes
 W12 - UCSE2010: Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing for Sustainable Energy
 W13 - DOME-IoT 2010: Digital Object Memories in the Internet of Things

UbiComp 2010 will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Copenhagen has the privilege to organise Ubicomp 2010. Attendees can be
assured of a host city with the proven ability to organise major events
in some of the most creative surroundings, within convenient reach for
delegates from all corners of the world, providing them with the ability
to meet in a compact city, within a comfortable environment, and thereby
ensuring a successful Ubicomp 2010 conference.

The talk will be held by Morten Kyng, professor at the Computer Science
Department of the University of Aarhus, Denmark.