[ICMU2004 8-9 Jan. 2004,  Yokosuka Japan]

First International Conference on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking (ICMU 2004)

January 8 and 9, 2004
NTT DoCoMo R&D Center, Yokosuka Research Park, Yokosuka, JAPAN

Sponsored by
IPSJ SIG-MBL (Information Processing Society of Japan, Special Interest Group of Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking)
and IPSJ SG-BCC (Study Group of Broadcast Communication and Computing)

Supported by
IPSJ SIG-ITS (Special Interest Group of Intelligent Transport Systems) and IPSJ SIG-UBI (Ubiquitous Computing System)


Mobile computing aims at ubiquitous user access to computer application. To make it possible, networking technology which enables Internet access anytime and everywhere, i.e. ubiquitous networking is necessary. It is obvious that with the accelerating trends towards mobile networks, ad-hoc networks, and wireless networks, mobile computing and ubiquitous networking will play an important role in future network. This conference is aimed at providing researchers and practitioners in this hot research area a forum for discussion and collaboration. Authors are invited to submit papers addressing, but not limited to, the following topics:

Location and Date

The location of the NTT DoCoMo R&D Center is in the heart of Yokosuka Research Park(YRP) where a lot of wireless communication related research institutes are established. YRP is really the heart of wireless communications research in Japan. Japanese old city Kamakura, a famous historic city, is 30 minutes by train. Beginning of the year is one of the best seasons for visiting Japan.

Call for Papers

[PDF Version]

Submission Instructions

Papers are solicited as full papers of no more than 6 pages, each of which will be subject to a full review process. Submission should already follow the author guidelines as specified in the web site below. An electronic, PDF-based submission of papers is mandatory.

Please check Submission Guideline for further submission instructions.

Important Dates

Deadline for submissionsAug 20, 2003 (Extended)
Notification of acceptanceOctober 15, 2003 (Deferred)
Camera ready dueNovember 30, 2003 (Deferred)
Conference January 8-9, 2004