MobiHeld: Networking, Systems, and Applications for Mobile Handhelds



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MobiHeld 2010 ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Networking, Systems, and Applications on Mobile Handhelds
Aug 30, 2010 - Aug 30, 2010 New Delhi, India Mar 19, 2010

Present CFP : 2010

Mobile handhelds are the computing and communications devices that will
pervade the lives of users worldwide, much more than desktop-based
systems. Mobile handhelds come in many forms, including traditional
cellular phones, smart phones, music players, electronic book readers,
and watch computers. In recent years, the use of mobile handhelds has
grown tremendously, as has the functionality for programmers. This
platform will likely change the computing and communications landscape
in radical ways in the years to come. With the increasing capabilities of
these devices come increasing challenges spanning a wide range of domains:
in the design of effective networking mechanisms, in application design,
in user interface design, in energy efficiency, and in management of
these devices.

The goal of the second MobiHeld workshop is to bring together researchers
and practitioners to investigate challenges in designing and utilizing
this platform for the Internet of tomorrow.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following (all
of which are in the context of mobile handhelds):

* Wireless protocols and services, especially dealing with limited power,
limited bandwidth, and unpredictable connectivity of mobile handhelds
* Design, implementation, and evaluation of services for mobile handhelds
* Security, privacy, and trust for mobile handhelds
* New applications for mobile handhelds
* Mobile handheld management
* Energy management
* Virtualized services
* Cloud-based services
* Emerging applications, including media applications
* Social networking using mobile handhelds
* User interface issues
* Operating systems and middleware support
* Multi-radio mobile handhelds
* Platforms and testbeds for experimenting with mobile handhelds

Submissions must be no greater than 6 pages in length and in pdf
format. Reviews will be single-blind: authors names and affiliations
should be included in the submission. Submissions must follow the other
formatting guidelines here.

To facilitate authors to better illustrate various aspects of their
systems, we are encouraging authors to create easy-to-view videos
demonstrating their system, and to post them on either public websites
(such as YouTube) or private ones (in their own webspace). The authors
can indicate the URL of such videos in the submitted papers if they would
like the reviewers to view them, as part of the evaluation process. In
addition, authors are also encouraged to submit their work to the demo

Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at
the workshop.

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