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Ambi-Sys 2009 : CFP - International Conference on Ambient Media and Systems 2009


Conference Series : Ambient Media and Systems
When Nov 11, 2009 - Nov 14, 2009
Where Sarasota, FLA
Submission Deadline Jun 1, 2009
Categories    ambient media   interactive spaces   pervasive computing

Call For Papers


Second International Conference on Ambient Media and Systems - Ambi-Sys 2009
November 11-14, 2009 - Sarasota, Florida, USA

Publication in Journal Special Issues and Proceedings: The proceedings
of the conference will be submitted to the ACM for inclusion in their
digital library. Authors of select papers will be invited to extend
their work for special issues of either the Inderscience journal:
The International Journal of Mobile Network Design and Innovation
or the IGI journal: The International Journal of Interdisciplinary
Telecommunications and Networking (both edited by the General
Chair of the conference).

Paper submission: Ambi-Sys 2009 invites original manuscripts not
previously published, or currently under review, in another conference
or journal. Prospective authors should submit their papers in PDF
and follow the ACM conference proceedings format. Full papers are
limited to 8 single-spaced two-column pages (including all figures
and references) in a 10-point font. All paper submissions will
be handled electronically through the ASSYST system:

Important Dates:
Manuscript submission due: June 1, 2009
Acceptance notification: July 15, 2009
Final manuscript due: August 15, 2009

Workshops and Panel Discussions: Proposals for workshops and panel
discussion sessions are being accepted until the June 1, 2009 deadline.
Please email a detailed description of the proposed workshop or panel
topic and required time length for it to Mahdi Nasereddin at

Ambient media and systems culminate from the emergence of mobile
communication, sensor-actuator technology, virtual environments, and
interactive computing. They represent the vision of an all-encompassing
multimedia networking environment with human interaction at its core.
Advances in computer and communication technologies have the potential
to offer people an unprecedented level of convenience and flexibility
for living and working. Such technologies need to be closely integrated
with human interactions and activity, allowing greater support for
smart solutions that improve quality of life, productivity, understanding
and intelligence within their situated environment. Ambi-Sys focuses on
emerging technologies, services and solutions for new, human-centric
intelligent ambient environments. The conference is structured into
the following areas, each of which focuses on improving the
state-of-the-art for ambient media and systems:

Media and Content Provision:
-Integration of multimedia within ambient systems
-Multi-media processing, distribution and integration
-Provision and acquisition of ambient information
-Privacy, trust accountability and dependability
-Cognition, intelligence, ambience, adaptivity,
self-organization and evolution -Multimedia and intelligent agents

Human Interface and Interaction:
-Haptic immersive environments
-Vision and recognition
-Visualization and display
-Sensor perception technologies
-Context awareness
-System personalization
-System and human collaboration

Communications and Networking:
-Wireless communication
-Ambient sensors, actuators and networking
-Quality of service and system performance
-The digital home and smart living
-Evolve-able and adaptive pervasive
-Scalability, integration, and ubiquity

Intelligence and Automation:
-Ambient Intelligence
-Services,delivery, applications and smart solutions
-Multimedia knowledge management, acquisition and data fusion
-Detection and knowledge elicitation
-Prediction and self-learning
-Human-computer interaction in technology-rich environments

Organizing Committees

General Chair, Michael Bartolacci, Penn State University Berks, USA
Technical Co-Chairs
Timothy Matis, Texas Tech University, USA
Qing-An Zeng, University of Cinncinati, USA
Roger Whitaker, Cardiff University, Wales
Svetlana Peltsverger, Southern Polytechnic State University, USA
John Wiginton, University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee, USA

Panel Chair, Floriano De Rango, University of Calabria, Italy
Workshops Chair, Mahdi Nasereddin, Penn State University Berks, USA
Publicity Chair, Michael Bartolacci, Penn State University Berks, USA
Publication Chair, Yuefeng (Peter) Zhou, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Local Arrangement Chairs, Sunita Lodwig, USF - Manatee, USA
Web Chair, Ben Falchuk, Telcordia Technologies Inc., USA
Conference Coordinator, Gergely Nagy, ICST

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