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Our Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge support from our following sponsors:
Philips Research [Logo] Nokia [Logo] Bell-Labs [Logo]
Philips Research
Best Paper Award
Nokia
Student Travel Grants
Bell-Labs
Best Student Paper Award

A best paper award in the amount of 1000 Euro, courtesy of Philips Research, was awarded to Alois Ferscha and Simon Vogl for their paper and presentation entitled Pervasive Web Access via Public Communication Walls. A best student paper award in the amount of 500 Euro, courtesy of Bell Labs, was given to Victor Bayon for his co-authored paper entitled Going Back to School: Putting a Pervasive Environment into the Real World. A paper was eligible for the best student paper award if its primary (first) author is a full-time student at the time of submission. This had to be indicated in the submission form during the electronic submission process.

A limited number of student travel grants in the total amount of 5000 Euro was available courtesy of Nokia. Interested students had to send their full personalia, incl. address, university, course and year where they are registered, together with a 2-4 page essay on the potential future socio-economic and political impact of pervasive computing, to the Organization Chair, Phil Janson, at <pj@zurich.ibm.com>. The application deadline was April 30. Travel grants were issued on a competitive basis and paid at the conference.

This conference is organized by:

IBM Corporation [Logo]    and   ETH Zurich [Logo]
IBM Research   ETH Zurich



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