ACM Symposium on Applied Computing 2007
Special Track on Ubiquitous Computing: Digital Spaces, Services and Content
March 11-15, 2007, Seoul, Korea
For the past twenty one years, the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing has been a primary gathering forum for applied computer scientists, computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers from around the world. SAC 2007 is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing, and is hosted by Seoul National University in Seoul and The Suwon University in Gyeonggi-do.
SAC is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied ComputingFollow this link for the special track flyer.
The ACM SAC 2007 Track on Ubiquitous Computing welcomes paper submissions on all types of ubiquitous computing research and applications with emphasis on those describing research that directly affects the realisation of Digital Spaces, the emergence of Digital Services and the management of Digital Content.
Possible application areas include but are not restricted to:
This Track will particularly welcome practical results, description and analysis of user experiments and demonstrations of working prototypes of ubiquitous computing applications.
Your paper can only be submitted online via this link. For any problems with the system you can contact Jeff Allen (email@example.com)
The length of a SAC paper is normally 5 pages in ACM format (approximately 5000 words). Longer papers (up to 8 pages maximum) will be accepted but an additional fee per extra page will apply.
Sept 8, 2006 : Submission of proposals for papers (strict)
Oct 16, 2006 : Notification of acceptance / rejection
Oct 30, 2006 : Camera-Ready copies of accepted papers
Note that a paper cannot be submitted to more than one track.
Juan Carlos Augusto, University of Ulster, UK
Christian Becker, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Licia Capra, University College London, UK
George Karabatis, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
Shin'ichi Konomi, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Vassilis Kostakos, University of Bath, UK
Panos Markopoulos, Technical Univiversity Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Irene Mavrommati, Computer Technology Institute, Greece
Tatsuo Nakajima, Waseda University, Japan
Jong Hyuk Park, Hanwha S&C, Korea
Jeff Pierce, IBM Research, USA
Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Marquette University, USA
Albrecht Schmidt, LMU Munich, Germany
Hiroyuki Tarumi, Kagawa University, Japan
Kristof van Van Laerhoven, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Niall Winters, Institute of Education, UK
Baihua Zheng, Singapore Management University, Singapore