Social Event starting at 7pm, how to get there
At MobiCASE 2013 we will test the new EAI Compass Mobile Application Learn more about it
The final program is online now!
If you are at Telecom Paristech on Wednesday 6th at 6pm, be aware that Daniel Kottke, one of the designer of the famous Apple Macintosh (one of the happy few actual Steve Jobs friends) will be giving a talk. It's open and for free. You just have to register at the following link: Details and subscription here
The registration site is open! Register now!
The preliminary program is online now!
Notification deadline postponed to September 23rd
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**NFC Workshop submission deadline extended to August 18, 23:59 PDT!**
**Paper submission deadline extended to July 15, 23:59 PDT!**
Check out the NFC Workshop!
We are delighted to announce our keynote speakers Dominique Hazael-Massieux (W3C) "The Web: On Mobile and Beyond" and Tony Wasserman (Carnegie Mellon University) about "Mobile Application Development and the End of High-Ceremony Processes".
- Download now the call for papers as pdf !
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 fifth edition, MobiCASE has become a leading scientific forum for dissemination of cutting-edge research results in the area of Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services.
This Fifth edition of the conference will take place in Paris, France.
As in previous years, MobiCASE 2013 is scheduled to include high-quality paper presentation sessions revealing the latest in mobile computing research, to demo industry's most exciting mobile applications and services, and to engage participants in hands-on projects and tutorials.
We seek novel submissions in mobile applications, services and mobile systems research topics above the OSI transport layer with an emphasis on complete end-to-end systems & their components. The conference will be organized into two broad categories, with topics including, but not limited to:
**Mobile pervasive applications** such as connected cars, healthcare/wellbeing/sports assistance, disaster man-agement, enterprise solutions and multilingual support
**Mobile sensing applications** such as indoor location, activity and context recognition, heterogeneous sensor fusion, social sensing and reality mining
**Mobile applications for social innovation** such as mHealth, mLearning, citizen media & improved livelihoods in the western world & developing countries
**Mobile social networking** such as crowd sourcing, tweeting and other social network driven applications
**Novel user experience & interfaces**, visualization techniques for mobile content, augmented reality, multimodal interaction, wearable computing, accessibility & safety issues, user experience design
**Personalization**, such as behavior modeling, behavior-aware, location-aware, and context-aware applications, personal assistance with mobile devices
**Mobile Recommendation** such as targeted advertising, location or context based recommendation, in-game marketing and proximity systems, ecological aware-ness, mass and organizational persuasion, gamification
Mobile Services and Platforms
**Smartphone platforms** (such as Android, iOS, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone, Bada) and supporting tools, libraries, & compilers
**Mobile software engineering and management** such as application lifecycle management, adaptive and self-configuring applications, middleware, App stores and distribution models
**Mobile cloud computing and Mobile Web** such as HTML5, MobileAjax, and others
**Mobile payments and M2M infrastructure** such as mPayments, mWallet, couponing
**Mobile Services and Infrastructures** such as novel hardware add-ons, energy aware services or tools, NFC-based services, authentication services