USST 2011 covers novel theories, designs, and applications on ubiquitous services and environments. Papers related to the following (but not limited to) topics are encouraged to submit for presentation:
- Ubiquitous Service Models, Theorems, Systems and Applications
- Sensor Networks, Environments, Systems and Applications
- Context Awareness Service Modeling, Management and Applications
- Content Authentication in Mobile/Ubiquitous/Pervasive Environments
- Cross-platforms Service Models, Designs and Systems
Submission Deadline: May 7, 2011
Notification of Acceptance: June 1, 2011
Camera-Ready paper due: July 1, 2011
Authors should submit full papers of up to 15 pages in the
including figures, tables, and references. The authors should follow the author kit to be sent by the IEEE CS for the preparation of the final manuscript. The author registration date and the final manuscript due date are strict. Please do follow the announcement on the UIC-2011 website.
Accepted papers will be published in the UIC-2011 workshop proceedings (
), published by IEEE Computer Society Press. At least one of the authors of each accepted paper should register as a full participant of the workshop to have the paper published in the proceedings.
Yo-Ping Huang, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Frode Eika Sandnes, Oslo University College, Norway
All enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
USST 2011 (The 2011 International Workshop on Ubiquitous Service Systems and Technologies):
The 2011 International Workshop on Ubiquitous Service Systems and Technologies (USST 2011) is organized to resolve the problems faced in the areas of ubiquitous services. Ubiquitous intelligence and computing models have been widely investigated for many years. It is time to provide researchers a stage to present their work that is more related to ubiquitous services. This workshop encourages original papers emphasizing ubiquitous services from the theoretical, system design, technological and application aspects. The ubiquitous service systems and technologies domain emerges from the integration among computers, handheld devices, wireless/GSM networks, sensor network technologies, context awareness, context authentication and context sharing across different platforms. The emerging technologies and applications in the areas of ubiquitous services are all within the scope of this workshop. This workshop is targeted on bringing academic and industrial researchers and practitioners to present prospective technologies, models, systems and applications used in current and future ubiquitous service systems and technologies.