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Pervasive 2002 aims to offer an in-depth, state-of-the-art view onto the emerging field of ubiquitous and pervasive computing. Its two-and-a-half days program will feature a strong technical track selected from over 160 submissions from Europe, Asia, and America, as well as a range of half-day tutorials covering in-depth technical developments and background issues. Invited talks by Prof. Randy Katz (UC Berkeley) and Dr. Ralf G. Herrtwich (DaimlerChrysler Research), together with a special short-paper track showcasing late-breaking results, will further stimulate discussions and provide novel viewpoints for participants from a wide range of backgrounds, both in industry and academia.
An integral part of this conference will be a special demos and exhibitions track, showcasing both industry applications and research prototypes that turn pervasive computing visions into reality. Both during the special track, as well as throughout the conference, exhibitions and demos will be on display in the main lobby, allowing conference participants to browse through and interact with each display during coffee and meal breaks at their leisure.
The demos and exhibitions chair now invites proposals for demonstrations and exhibitions related to one or several of the following subjects (see also the original call for papers):
Demo/exhibition proposals should comprise
All demonstrations and exhibitions should be supported by a poster during the conference, showing both the general set-up of the exhibition as well as illustrating the chief ideas of the technical solution.
Please send your proposal or any related inquiries to the demo chair, Oliver Haase, at <email@example.com>, by June 19, 2002. Further information can also be found at http://www.pervasive2002.org/submit.html
|General Chair||Mahmoud Naghshineh, IBM Research|
|Program Chair||Friedemann Mattern, ETH Zurich|
|Program Committee||Emile Aarts (Philips Research Laboratories), Arndt Bode (TU Munich), Gaetano Borriello (University of Washington and Intel Seattle Research Lab), Dave DeRoure (University of Southampton), Oliver Haase (Bell Labs Research), Stefan Hild (IBM Research), Dirk Husemann (IBM Research), Pertti Huuskonen (Nokia), Alan Jones (AT&T Laboratories Cambridge), Kazuhiko Kato (University of Tsukuba), Tim Kindberg (HP Laboratories), Kazushi Kuse (IBM Research), Gerald Maguire (KTH Stockholm), Joachim Posegga (SAP Corporate Research), Apratim Purakayastha (IBM Research), Jun Rekimoto (Sony), Kurt Rothermel (University of Stuttgart), Larry Rudolph (MIT), Bernt Schiele (ETH Zurich), Bill Schilit (Xerox Palo Alto Research Center), Roy Want (Intel Research)|
|Oliver Haase, Bell Labs Research|
See http://www.pervasive2002.org/commit.html for a complete list of committee members.
|www.pervasive2002.org||Questions? Contact <firstname.lastname@example.org>|