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Fourth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

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

Call for Tutorials Proposals

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Important dates

Workshop and tutorial proposals: June, 10 2011

Acceptance notification: June, 30 2011

Workshop date: October 12th, 2012


MobiCASE, the International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, is a confluence between academia and industry on mobile applications and services research. The conference will showcase cutting-edge mobile computing research, feature demos of industry's most exciting mobile applications and services, and engage participants in hands-on projects and tutorials. A series of technical workshops and tutorials will be held in conjunction with MobiCASE'12 to encourage the exchange of ideas between academia, industry, and government participants, as well as to provide a forum to discuss important topics in mobile computing. Workshop and tutorials will be held on the last day of the conference on October 12th, 2012. Researchers and practitioners are invited to organize workshops and tutorials at MobiCASE’12. Workshop organizers should invite contributions from the broader community on emerging trends, research challenges, opportunities and controversial issues in services and applications enabled, impacted and/or required by mobile computing, where a focused dialogue among participants may lead to interesting follow up research, empirical investigations or industrial practice improvement. Tutorials sessions, on the other hand, would take the form of presentations by the organizers or their invited speakers on recent developments in the focus topic.


The topics that we are soliciting include, but are NOT limited to:

  • Mobile cloud computing and services
  • Energy efficiency and green computing
  • Collaborative and distributed data collection and analysis
  • Citizen journalism enabled by ubiquitous connectivity
  • Social networking
  • Mobiles for Social Innovation: mHealth, mLearning
  • Mobility-enabled emergency response
  • Promoting health and wellness using mobile devices
  • Security and privacy in communications and networks
  • Infrastructure management using mobile devices
  • Socioeconomic implications of ubiquitous connectivity
  • Novel applications of mobile computing

Publishing and indexing

Proceedings for accepted workshop papers will be published in Springer's LNICST series and will appear in the SpringerLink, one of the largest digital libraries online that covers a variety of scientific disciplines, as well as in the ICST's own EU Digital Library (EUDL). LNICST volumes are submitted for inclusion to leading indexing services, including DBLP, Google Scholar, ACM Digital Library, ISI Proceedings, EI Engineering Index, CrossRef, Scopus. See for more information about indexing.

Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Guidelines

Workshop and tutorial proposals must not exceed four pages in length and and should be submitted electronically in PDF format to Confy. Proposals should include motivation and objectives of the workshop, the anticipated format for half or full day events, the targeted audience, the history of the workshop if any, and biographies of the organizers. For detailed submission instructions and access to the Confy online system, please refer to the submission instructions at

Evaluation Criteria

Workshop and tutorial proposals will be reviewed by three members of the MobiCASE'12 Organizing Committee. Acceptance will be based on:

  • Evaluation of the workshop or tutorial’s potential to advance the state of research and/or practice in mobile computing
  • Relevance to mobile computing and topics targeted for MobiCASE'12
  • Potential for attracting a sufficient number of participants
  • Organizers ability to lead a successful workshop


For further information please contact the organizing committee at Contact