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Submission

Regular Papers and Tech Notes (submission closed)

Deadline closed

The deadline for submitting papers to PERVASIVE2004 was

Nov. 7, 2003, 23:59:59 your local time

(the PERVASIVE2004 server will stop accepting submissions
after Saturday, November 8, 2003, at 10:00:00 UTC time)

 

 

Videos ( *extended* deadline is February 2nd 2004)

Submissions are invited to present novel pervasive computing systems, devices or just designs, or demonstrate innovative styles of interaction or usability of those systems in a lively format: as a video.

Video clips should be no longer than 8 minutes and be accompanied by a 4 page (or approx. 2000 words) written summary. The author(s) of a video are expected to present a brief introduction at the conference, while all full videos will be presented during the PERVASIVE 2004 Video Night a special event at a historic place in Vienna.

Video papers will be published in the PERVASIVE 2004 adjunct proceedings, all video clips will be presented in the PERVASIVE 2004 Video DVD. Further information can be obtained from the conference website or the Video Chair at video@pervasive2004.org.

 

The Video submission process requires two steps:

  1. Submission of the 4 page video paper via the online submission system (follow the next link)
    After submitting the PDF file and further details, you will receive an email with a submission ID.
  2. Upload of the video file
    The video file should be in MPEG2 format, suitable for usage on DVDs. After naming it <submission ID>.mpg, e.g. 123.mpg, please upload it via anonymous FTP (user "anonymous", no password) to www.soft.uni-linz.ac.at into the directory /pervasive2004/video-papers. This is an upload-only directory, you will be unable to read or overwrite files. If you need to replace your file with a newer version, please contact ftpadmin@soft.uni-linz.ac.at.

Proceed to the video submission page

 

Hot Spots (submission closed)

PERVASIVE 2004 HOT SPOT PAPERS aim at presenting very topical issues and late breaking application oriented results in all areas of pervasive and ubiquitous computing. Hot spot papers will be published in the "Advances in Pervasive Computing" book of the OCG (Vol 176 ISBN 3-85403-176-9) accompanying the conference proceedings. Depending on the type and style of the contribution presented, demo exhibition space, poster space and a few minutes of presentation time to the PERVASIVE 2004 plenary audience will be given to reviewed and accepted hot spot papers. Furthermore will they be included in the PERVASIVE 2004 DVD.

Submissions in this category will be handled electronically and must be in PDF or PostScript file format. Submissions must not exceed 6 pages (approximately 3000 words, including text, figures and references), formatted single column, single-spaced in books@ocg.at style available at http://www.pervasive2004.org/hotspot/authors.html. Submitted hot spot papers and tech-notes must be original, unpublished work and not currently under review for any other conference or journal. All submissions will be reviewed.

 

Proceed to the hot spot submission page (closed)

 

Doctoral Colloquium (submission closed)

The PERVASIVE 2004 doctoral colloquium, to be held right before the main conference during April 18-19 in Linz, Austria, invites PhD students and candidates to present, discuss and defend their work-in-progress or preliminary results in an international, agile and renowned audience of junior and senior researchers and developers in the pervasive computing field.

Thesis position papers (5 pages or approx. 2500 words) are solicited relating a problem statement, methodological approach, potential for innovation and expected contribution to the international pervasive computing literature.

Accepted submissions will be presented during the colloquium and will be included in the PERVASIVE 2004 adjunct proceedings. The PERVASIVE 2004 Doctoral Colloquium Certificate, signed by the international colloquium committee will be handed to the successful presenters. Further information can be obtained from the conference website or the Doctoral Colloquium Chair at doctoral@pervasive2004.org.

 

Tutorials and Workshops (sumbission closed)

PERVASIVE 2004 tutorials will provide the dissemination of skills, technologies and advanced concepts to the participants. Tutorial submissions should focus on rewarding topics applicable to different and numerous aspects of pervasive computing or cover an outstanding new research field. Workshop sessions will provide inspiring and influencing discussion on pervasive computing topics. Each workshop aims at the sharing and consolidation of new research ideas and fosters future co-operations. Workshop proposals may be related to any topic of pervasive computing. Further information can be obtained from the conference website, the Tutorials Chair (tutorials@pervasive2004.org) or the Workshops Chair (workshops@pervasive2004.org) respectively.

 

Regular Papers and Tech-Notes (submission closed)

Regular papers should present original, highly innovative, prospective and forward-looking research in one or more of the categories given above. Just like regular papers, tech-notes should present directing research, but in very focused and compact format.

Tech-notes are not understood as short papers condensed into less page space, but are intended to present pointed results at a high level of technicality. Submissions in this category will be handled electronically and must be in PDF or PostScript file format. Regular papers must not exceed 18 pages (or approx. 10000 words, including text, figures and references), tech-notes must not exceed 5 pages (or approx. 2500 words) formatted single column, single-spaced in Springer LNCS style available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.php.

Accepted regular papers and tech-notes will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of Computer Science (LNCS). PERVASIVE 2004 will adopt a double-blind process for regular paper and tech-note review, where the identities of the authors are withheld from the reviewers and vice versa. Authors' names and their affiliations must not be revealed or mentioned anywhere in the paper or in the PDF or postscript file. Submitted papers and tech-notes must be original, unpublished work and not currently under review for any other conference or journal. Papers not following these guidelines will not be considered for the review process. To submit a paper or tech-note, please refer to the paper submission link (available from October 1st, 2003) at the conference website. Questions about the papers and tech-notes submission process should be directed to the Program Committee Chair at progchair@pervasive2004.org.

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