Call for Participation
Advice for Authors
Conference Venue / Hotel
September 30 - October 2, 2001
Sheraton Colony Square Hotel
Atlanta, Georgia USA
Technical notes at UBICOMP 2001 offer an opportunity to publish research that is more late-breaking in nature. The submissions (not longer than 3000 words) will be reviewed and accepted papers will be included in the proceedings together with the full papers. The proceedings will be published by Springer and also made available online through the ACM digital library. The submission deadline for technical notes is May 25th.
Sunday, September 30 has been reserved for special purpose workshops. If you wish to organize a workshop, then you should submit a proposal directly to Anind Dey (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 25, 2001. Please view the Advice for Authors for more information.
UBICOMP 2001, the next conference in the series formerly called Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing, aims to be the premier forum for presentation of research results in all areas relating to the design, implementation, application and evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies. It will bring together research practitioners in all disciplines developing the new paradigm of computing off-the-desktop that moves towards the notion of a disappearing or invisible computer.
UBICOMP 2001 is held in cooperation with ACM SIGCHI, ACM SIGMOBILE and ACM SIGSOFT.
UBICOMP 2001 is attempting to unite the different research communities that have been doing work in the general area of ubiquitous computing. The technical program, therefore, will address all issues related to ubiquitous, pervasive, invisible and wearable computing, including:
Full papers and Technical Notes will be published in the conference proceedings. Full paper will be presented as talks at the conference. Short technical notes will have options for presenting in poster or demonstration or short talk format.
All submissions will be required in electronic format available through the conference Web site (http://www.ubicomp.org). The Web site will also contain additional information and advice for authors.