[OpenAjaxMobile] Fw: MobEA 2008 CFP

Jon Ferraiolo jferrai at us.ibm.com
Fri Jan 25 10:15:24 PST 2008



I thought people might want to be aware of the upcoming MobEA conference,
so I am forwarding this call-for-papers email.

Jon

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Dear Authors,

Please consider submitting a paper to the MobEA 2008 workshop,
collocated with WWW 2008, Beijing China.

Thank you
Rittwik Jana, Dan Appelquist, Galit Zadok, Bin Wei

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MobEA VI - Personal Rich Social Media
http://www.research.att.com/~rjana/mobea2008.htm

Beijing, China, April 22, 2008
Collocated with WWW2008 conference

Aim and Scope

             2008 will be the "Mobile Eureka! Moment". With the Olympics
just
round the corner and the mobile market experiencing a phenomenal growth,
we believe that WWW 2008 will truly be the climax and focal point in the
midst of this mobile revolution. Mobile Web Initiative spearheaded by
W3C is making a strong stand on how to realize the vision of pervasive
mobile computing. Three screen services (TV, PC, Phone) are demanding
new architectures to be developed. Furthermore, the need to go beyond
technology, demands an embrace of the human-centric aspects of mobile
computing. The objective of this workshop is to provide a single forum
for researchers, sociologists, and technologists to discuss the
state-of-the-art, present their contributions, and set future directions
in Personal applications for mobile users with a focus in rich social
media. W3C has started a number of initiatives along the direction of
Mobile Web Best Practices, Device Description Working Group, Device
Independence Working Group and others.

Topics of interest for technical papers and demos include, but are not
limited to the following:

    * Mobile browser as a rich content creation environment
    * Convergence and emergence of Social Networking trends on the
mobile
    * User Generated Content, content authoring from a mobile phone
    * Mobile browser as a rich application environment
    * Role of voice and multimodal technologies/applications
    * Mobile Ajax, JSF, SVG-T etc.
             What role do Ajax toolkits play in bringing rich experience to
the mobile browser?
    * Models for rich media client (thin / thick)
    * Media adaptation and content filtering
    * Key rich media applications to leverage the development/use of
mobile web in developing countries
    * Use of the mobile web and social media as a tool of political
activism
    * Mobile gaming and location based services, mobile P2P applications
    * 3D mobile technologies
    * Wireless/wireline convergence? IMS, seamless mobility, interactive
mobile TV
    * VOIP, mobile rich messaging/advertising services and business
models
    * Next generation IPTV service infrastructure and Cross Platform
Services
             (e.g. 3 screen services (TV, PC, phone)
    * Experience for IPTV and socially aware mobile entertainment
services
    * Emerging Mobile Rich Media and IPTV standards

Important dates

             February 18th 2008: Submission of full and position papers
             March 7th 2008: Notification of acceptance
             March 10th 2008: Camera-ready copies due
             April 22nd 2008: Workshop day

Submission

             Submissions will be evaluated according to the relevance and
originality of the work and to their ability to generate discussions
between the participants of the workshop. The format of submitted papers
must follow the same style as regular WWW2008 proceedings format,
including no page numbers. Position papers should be up to 4 pages in
length and full papers up to 8 pages. Submissions will be handled by
EasyChair. Include an abstract, five to ten keywords, and the
corresponding author's e-mail address. At least one author of accepted
papers must register for the WWW2008 workshop. Registration information
will be available at the conference web site:  http://www2008.org

Submission Information and Requirements

             Workshop submissions for WWW2008 workshops must be submitted
via
the workshop submission web site,
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mobea2008 All accepted papers
for all workshops will appear in the conference CD handed out to all
conference attendees. Workshop papers papers must be submitted as PDF
documents.


Organizing Committee Members

             Rittwik Jana, Bin Wei
             AT&T Labs Research
             180 Park Ave
             Florham Park, NJ, 07932
             {rjana, bw}@research.att.com

             Daniel Appelquist
             Vodafone Group Services
             The Connection, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 2FN
             United Kingdom
             Daniel.Appelquist at vodafone.com

             Ms. Galit Zadok, me at galit.co.uk



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