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Fourth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

October 11–12, 2012 | Seattle, Washington, United States

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MobiCASE 2012 Call for Participation

October 11-12, 2012, in Seattle, Washington, USA

Scope

MobiCASE, the International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, is a confluence between academia and industry on mobile applications and services research. Now in its fourth edition, MobiCASE has become a leading scientific forum for dissemination of cutting-edge research results in the area of Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services. The Fourth edition of the conference will take place in Seattle, USA.

Highlights

  • The event is endorsed by the European Alliance for Innovation (www.eai.eu), a leading community-based organisation devoted to the advancement of innovation in the field of ICT

  • All accepted papers will be published by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world's largest scientific libraries

  • Proceedings will be submitted for indexing by Google Scholar, ISI, EI Compendex, Scopus and many more

Tentative technical program

  • Multimodal Mobile Collaboration Prototype used in a Find, Fix, and Tag Scenario, Gregory Burnett (Air Force Research Laboratory), Thomas Wischgoll (Wright State University), Victor Finomore (Air Force Research Laboratory), Andres Calvo (Ball Aerospace Corp.)

  • LineKing: Crowdsourced Line Wait-Time Estimation using Smartphones, Muhammed Fatih Bulut (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Yavuz Selim (Yilmaz University at Buffalo, SUNY), Murat Demirbas (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Nilgun Ferhatosmanoglu (THK University), Hakan Ferhatosmanoglu (Bilkent University)

  • The Visage Face Interpretation Engine for Mobile Phone Applications, Xiaochao Yang (Dartmouth College), Chuang-Wen You (Dartmouth College), Andrew Campbell (Dartmouth College)

  • A Mobile Application For Riyadh Zoo, Aise Zulal Sevkli (King Saud University), Lama Al-meshkhas (King Saud University), Lama

  • FlexiSketch: A Mobile Sketching and Modeling Tool, Dustin Wueest (University of Zurich), Norbert Seyff (University of Zurich), Martin Glinz (University of Zurich),

  • TactiGlove -- A Guidance System to Effectively find Hidden Spots in 3D Space, Georg Stevenson (JKU Linz), Andreas Riener (Johannes Kepler University Linz)

  • Mobile Apps Development: A Framework for Technology Decision Making, Emiliano Masi (DICII, University of Roma Tor Vergata), Giovanni Cantone (DICII, University of Roma Tor Vergata), Manuel Mastrofini (DICII, University of Roma Tor Vergata), Giuseppe Calavaro (IBM Italia SpA), Paolo Subiaco (IBM Italia SpA)

  • Metric Based Automatic Event Segmentation, Yuwen Zhuang (The Ohio State University), Mikhail Belkin (The Ohio State University), Simon J. Dennis (The Ohio State University)

  • Towards Multimodal 3D Tabletop Interaction using Sensor Equipped Mobile Devices, Florian Klompmaker (University of Paderborn, C-LAB), Karsten Nebe (Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences), Julien Eschenlohr (University of Paderborn)

  • Achieving Targeted Mobile Advertisements while Respecting Privacy, Elia Palme (ETH Zurich), Basil Hess (ETH Zurich), Juliana Sutanto (ETH Zurich)

  • Work in Progress - Multilevel and Secure Services on a Fleet of Mobile Phones: the Nultilevel Secured Messaging Application (MuSMA), Jonathan Ouoba (LaBRI/University of Bordeaux), Serge Chaumette (LaBRI/University of Bordeaux)

  • A Reference Architecture for Mobile Code Offload in Hostile Environments, Kiryong Ha (School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University), Soumya Simanta (Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University), Grace Lewis (Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University), Ed Morris (Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University), Mahadev Satyanarayanan (School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University)

  • mConcAppt - A Method for the Conception of Mobile Business Applications, Steffen Hess (Fraunhofer IESE), Ralf Carbon (Fraunhofer IESE), Felix Kiefer (Fraunhofer IESE), Andreas Maier (Fraunhofer IESE)

  • Nihao: A Predictive Smartphone Application Launcher, Chunhui Zhang (UMass Lowell)

  • Collaborative Malware Detection using Social Interactions based Statiscal Information in Mobile P2P Networks, Muhammad Adeel

  • vUPS: Virtually Unifying Personal Storage for Fast and Pervasive Data Accesses, Mohammed Hassan (George Mason University), Kshitiz Bhattarai (George Mason University), Songqing Chen (George Mason University)

  • A Reference Architecture for Group-Context-Aware Mobile Applications, Grace Lewis (CMU Software Engineering Institute), Marc Novakouski (CMU Software Engineering Institute, Enrique Sanchez (CMU Software Engineering Institute

  • Mapping Objective-C API to Java, Arno Puder (SFSU), Spoorthi D'Silva (SFSU)

  • Towards Timely and Efficient Semantic Reasoning for the Networked Society, Bo Xing (Ericsson Research, USA), Johan Hjelm (Ericsson Research, Japan), Takeshi Matsumura (Ericsson Research, Japan), Shingo Murakami (Ericsson Research, Japan), Toshikane Oda (Ericsson Research, Japan), Andrew Ton (Ericsson Research, USA)

Posters and demos

  • Adaptive User Authentication on Mobile Device for Smart Home Control, Amr Sayed Abed (Virginia Tech)

  • Context-Aware Mobile Power Management Using Fuzzy Inference as a Service, Jagannathan Venkatesh (University of California, San Diego), Mohammad Moghimi (University of California, San Diego), Piero Zappi (University of California, San Diego)

  • Just-in-time Social Cloud: Computational Social Platform to Guide People's Just-in-time Decisions, Kwan Hong Lee (MIT Media Lab), Andrew Lippman (MIT Media Lab), Alex S. Pentland (MIT Media Lab), Pattie Maes (MIT Media Lab)

  • Shop Social: The Adventures of a Barcode Scanning App in the Wild, Jonathan Engelsma (Grand Valley State University), Ferris Jumah (LinkedIn Corporation), Alejo Montoya (Electronic Arts), Joseph Roth (Michigan State University), Venu Vasudevan (Motorola Mobility), Greg Zavitz (Grand Valley State University)

  • Mobile Apps Development:: Guidelines, a Framework, and a Tool-Prototype for Technology Decision Making, Giovanni Cantone (DICII, University of Roma Tor Vergata), Emiliano Masi (DICII, University of Roma Tor Vergata), Giuseppe Calavaro (IBM Italia SpA), Paolo Subiaco (IBM Italia SpA),

  • Automatic Annotation of Daily Activity from Smartphone-based Multisensory Streams, Jihun Hamm (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University), Benjamin Stone (Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University), Mikhail Belkin (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University), Simon Dennis (Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University)

  • Enhancing Traveler Context Through Transferable Activity Patterns, Chad Williams (Central Connecticut State University)

  • Personalized Energy Consumption Modeling on Smartphones, Yifei Jiang (University of Colorado - Boulder), Abhishek Jaiantilal (University of Colorado - Boulder), Xin Pan (University of Colorado - Boulder), Mohammad A. A. H. Al-Mutawa (University of Colorado - Boulder), Shivakant Mishra (University of Colorado - Boulder), Larry Shi (University of Houston)

  • The webinos architecture: a developer's point of view, Paolo Vergori (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella), Christos Ntanos (National Technical University of Athens - DSS lab), Marco Gavelli (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella), Dimitris Askounis (National Technical University of Athens - DSS lab)

  • Development and Evaluation of Media-Enhanced Learning Application, Janne Lahti (VTT Technical Research Centre Of Finland), Erkki Siira (VTT Technical Research Centre Of Finland), Vili Trmnen (VTT Technical Research Centre Of Finland)

  • Mobile Training in the Real World for Community Disaster Responders, Natalie Linnell (Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley), Ray Bareiss (Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley), Kristoffer Pantic (Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley),

  • An OPENID Identity Service for Android, Based on USIM Secure Elements, Pascal Urien

  • Social Interaction In Gamebased Applications on Smartphones in the Context of Tourism, Dominik Grntjens (Insitute of Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau), Gerrit Bernhard Lochmann (Insitute of Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau), Johannes Siebel (Insitute of Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau), Stefan Mller (Insitute of Computational Visualistics, University of Koblenz-Landau)

Registration

To register for MobiCASE 2010, please visit: http://mobicase.org/2012/show/registration

Venue

The conference will be held October 11-12, 2012, at the Best Western Plus, Executive Inn hotel in Seattle, WA. For further room-booking details, please visit: http://mobicase.org/2012/show/accommodation

Organizing Committee

General Co-Chairs: Khanjan Mehta, Penn State University, David Uhler, Slalom Consulting

Technical Program Chair: Jennifer Wong, Stony Brook University

Posters / Demos Co-chair: Steve Garguilo, Johnson & Johnson, Ralf Carbon, Fraunhofer IESE

Industry Track Chair: Won Jeon, Samsung R & D

Workshop Co-Chair: Gerard Memmi, Telecom-ParisTech, Arjmand Samuel, Microsoft

Publicity Chair: Weidong Shi, University of Houston

Publicity Chair (Social Media): Aaron Fleishman

Sponsorships Chair: Daniel Maycock, Slalom Consulting

Steering Committee

Imrich Chlamtac, Create-Net

Thomas Phan, Samsung R&D U.S. Labs

Petros Zerfos, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Martin Griss, Carnegie Mellon University