The Third International Conference on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking (ICMU 2006)
October 11 - 13, 2006
BCS London Office, London, U.K.
Welcome to the ICMU 2006 Web Site
It is clear that the accelerating emphasis on mobile networks, ad hoc mesh
networks, and sensor networks implies that mobile computing and
ubiquitous networking will play an important role in our society.
ICMU conference provides an international forum for presentations of
latest research and technologies and for discussions between key industry
executives, professors, consultants, researchers, engineers,
practitioners, and students.
We encourage your participation. See you in London!
Preliminary Call for Papers of ICMU2008 is available.
Thank you for joining ICMU 2006.
All regular papers are put on the Program
Slides of Keynote speeches are also
available for attendee to download.
Wireless network is available at the venue.
You can register for the conference on site. On site registration, we
accept only cash payment.
Online registration for
participants was already closed.
Early Registration due is Sep. 11, 2006 GMT.
Three keynote talks are announced.
"Toward Ubiquitous Wireless Networking: the Evolution of Keitai
(Cell Phone) Communication,"
Dr. Atsushi Murase (NTT DoCoMo)
"Reconciling Communication Networks, Sensor Networks, and Human
Networks: a Social Perspective on Ubiquitous Computing,"
Dr. Ken Wood (Microsoft Research Cambridge)
"RFID: Towards an IP-based Application,"
Ms. Monique Jeanne Morrow (Cisco Systems, Inc.)
IPSJ SIG-MBL (Information Processing Society of Japan,
Special Interest Group of Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking)
Technically Co-Sponsored by
BCS (British Computer Society),
IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology), and
IEEE Intellignet Transportation Systems Society, Technical Committee on Mobile Communications & Applications
ICF (International Communications Foundation) and
SCAT (Support Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology Research, Foundation)
Mitsubishi Electric Information Technology Center Europe