[PET] Call for papers: Int. Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2015)

Florian Schaub fschaub at cs.cmu.edu
Mon May 18 13:06:54 BST 2015


The MUM ’15 conference is interested in papers on social and privacy implications of mobile and ubiquitous computing
systems. It’s a great conference!

- Florian


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                           Call for Papers                    

14th Int. Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2015)

                              www.mum-conf.org <http://www.mum-conf.org/>           

                    30.11. - 2.12., 2015 in Linz, Austria

                 Organized by University of Applied Sciences
              Upper Austria and Johannes Kepler University Linz
		         in-cooperation with ACM SIGCHI
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MUM 2015, the 14th International  Conference  on Mobile  and  Ubiquitous
Multimedia, will be held on 30.11. - 2.12.2015  at  the  Ars Electronica
Center Linz in Austria.

Import Dates: 
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Paper submission deadline:         August 21, 2015 
Notification of review decisions:  October 9, 2015
Conference dates:                  November 30 - December 2, 2015

MUM is a distinguished forum for advances in research  and  technologies
that drive innovation in mobile and  multimedia  systems,  applications,
and services.  At  MUM  academics  and practitioners  gather  to discuss
challenges  and achievements  from  diverse  perspectives,  in  a single
track conference format. This  year's  conference  aims  to continue the
tradition  of innovation  and  excellence  in  research   established by
previous MUM conferences.  In  addition  to the  peer-reviewed  accepted
papers, the  conference  program  will  include  keynote  presentations,
posters, demos, videos and a doctoral school.

We welcome high quality full and short paper submissions  that  offer an
original contribution relevant to the  field  of mobile  and  ubiquitous
multimedia. Successful  full  paper  submissions  typically  represent a
significant  advance  for  the  field.  Short  papers  offer   a focused
contribution to  the research  program.  Short  papers  are not  work in
progress reports but offer  completed,  rigorously  researched/developed
work that makes a significant contribution to the  field  of  mobile and
ubiquitous multimedia. Short papers are likely to  have  a smaller scope
of contribution than full papers, but they are expected to make  a solid
contribution to the field.  Paper  topics  could  include,  but  are not
limited to the following:

- Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia applications and systems
- Mobile user interfaces, interaction design and techniques
- Mobile games, entertainment and advertising
- Mobile social network and multimedia services
- Context-aware and location-based mobile and ubiquitous services
- Mobile Augmented Reality systems and applications
- Architectures, systems, and algorithms tackling technical challenges
of mobile systems
- Middleware and distributed computing support for mobile and ubiquitous
multimedia
- Tools  and  development  systems for  building  mobile and  ubiquitous
multimedia systems
- Case  studies, field  trials, and user  experience  evaluations of new 
applications and services
- Social and privacy  implications of mobile and  ubiquitous  multimedia
systems

We welcome submission  of high  quality  papers,  either  in  full paper
format (max. 10 pages ACM format) or short paper  format  (max.  4 pages
ACM format), that describe original and unpublished  research  advancing
the state of the art in mobile and ubiquitous multimedia. Papers  should
be grounded in existing mobile and ubiquitous multimedia  literature and
knowledge, and should be  written  for an  interdisciplinary  mobile and
ubiquitous multimedia audience.

Submissions should not have  been  previously  published  or  be concur-
rently under submission elsewhere. Papers must be anonymized.  Submitted
papers will undergo a rigorous review process, managed by the  Technical
Program Chairs. Accepted full and short papers as well  as demo,  poster
and video submissions will be  included  in the  conference  proceedings
published by ACM Press and included in  the ACM  Digital  Library. Final
camera-ready  versions  of  accepted  papers  must   be accompanied by a
signed copyright form.

We welcome you to submit to MUM 2015!

Clemens Holzmann and Rene Mayrhofer (general chairs) 
Jonna Hakkila and Enrico Rukzio (technical program chairs)

Questions about this call can be directed to pcchairs2015 at mum-conf.org <mailto:pcchairs2015 at mum-conf.org>.



Florian Schaub
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
http://cs.cmu.edu/~fschaub







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