Wednesday, 19 November 2014

CFP: 16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management

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                       16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management 
                                               15-18 June, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Rapid advances in mobile computing and wireless communication technologies along with the proliferation of next generation of devices such as smart phones, portable tablets, and wearable devices provide a technical infrastructure that enables a broad range of wireless services and applications. These include seamless access to mobile computing infrastructure and interaction, sharing and management of data among potable devices in mobile ad hoc and other wireless networks. Continued miniaturization of computing devices along with improvements in wireless network performance enable new mobile services and applications such as location-based services, ubiquitous computing applications, secure mobile data sharing and processing in sensing networks, environmental monitoring and transportation, etc. Although substantial research has been conducted, several areas in mobile data management remain ripe with open research challenges.
The aim of this conference is to focus on research contributions related to data management in mobile, ubiquitous, and pervasive computing. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

        Context-aware computing and location-based services
        Adaptability and stability of pervasive computing systems
        Mobile Social Networking
        Data management in sensor and mobile ad hoc networks
        Data management in mobile peer-to-peer networks and incentives
        Data mining for mobile applications
        Data presentation, scripting and exchange languages
        Data replication, migration and dissemination in mobile environments
        Data stream processing in mobile/sensor networks
        Indexing and query processing for moving objects
        Location and mobility semantics
        Location tracking of vehicles and moving objects
        Mobile Cloud Computing
        Mobile crowd sourcing
        Agents for mobile applications
        OS and middleware for mobile and pervasive computing
        Publish-subscribe approach in mobile computing
        Quality of service issues for data-intensive services
        Query processing and optimization for mobile users
        Security and privacy issues for ubiquitous systems
        Theoretical foundations of data-intensive mobile computing
        Transactions and workflows in mobile environments

We solicit papers under the following tracks:
1. Research Track 2. Application/Industrial Track 3. Demo Track

Important Dates:

Paper Abstract Submission
December 1, 2014
Paper Submission
December 8, 2014
Workshop Proposal Submission
October 20, 2014
Seminar/Demo Proposal Submission
January 15, 2015
PhD Forum Contribution Submission
February 1, 2015

There will be several workshops associated with the conference for the exciting discussion of ideas and fast track publications of papers.

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