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invite researchers, engineers, practitioners, educators, students,
and others interested in ubiquitous and real-world computing to
participate in "UbiCNS 2005 (Korea-Japan Joint Workshop
on Ubiquitous Computing & Networking Systems)" held in
Jeju Island, Korea on June 9-10th, 2005.
The aim of the
'UbiCNS 2005' is to stimulate interactions between Asian researchers
on ubiquitous computing & networking systems and real-world
is a natural outcome of the tremendous advances in smart devices,
home appliances, sensor networks, wireless networks, and information
infrastructure in the real world.
computing & networking systems and real-world computing are
expected to support various kinds of human activities. This workshop
offers the opportunity for in-depth exploration of the most
recent research and development findings in the field of ubiquitous
and real-world computing.
In this workshop,
both paper and poster session will be held.
welcome submissions that report on innovations in ubiquitous computing
& networking systems and real world computing, including but
not limited to the following topics.
- Ubiquitous and
- Autonomic Computing
- Community Computing
Context-aware and Location-aware computing
- Mobile Ad-hoc Networking
- Ubiquitous applications Infrastructure for Ubiquitous
System Real world
- Ubiquitous device and its implementation/software
- Information appliances and home networks
- Portable devices
and Wearable devices
- Passive, Active, and Smart Tags for Ubiquitous
- Situation Sensing/Decision
- Security and privacy for
ubiquitous computing systems
- Smart sensors and sensor networks
- Smart information environment
- Smart Residence Human
Computer Interaction in Ubiquitous Systems
- Intelligent infrastructure
for smart city (u-city)
- Self-Growing Intelligence Engine
Title and abstract deadline: April 1, 2005
- Notification: April
- Camera-ready papers: May 6, 2005
& POSTER SUBMISSION
Authors have to register your papers & posters refer to the
submission instruction for papers & posters.
- You can use the web interface
for submissions of your papers & posters
'Submission Instructions' at http://www.ajou.ac.kr/~ubicns)
is decided based on the submitted abstract of 100 - 150
Accepted authors should submit documents which satisfy one of the
(1) All of papers for this workshop
should be written in English.
(2) All of papers
should be less than or equal to six pages.
(3) All of abstracts
and presentation materials should be written in English (except
for the cover page.)
(4) Authors can present either
in Korean or Japanese.