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- 2012.08.08: Presentation file of Keynote Address is available.
- 2012.08.08: Papers can be downloaded from Program page.
- 2012.05.24: ICMU 2012 has been successfully ended! Thank you for the participation!
- 2012.05.17: Program updated.
- 2012.05.08: Program updated.
- 2012.05.07: Keynote Address added.
- 2012.04.20: Program added.
- 2012.03.30: Registration added.
- 2012.03.29: Deadline for author registration postponed. Please refer to Camera-Ready Instruction for more details.
- 2012.03.21: Call for Posters and Mini-demos added.
- 2012.03.21: Submission Guide updated (guide for posters/mini-demos added).
- 2012.03.16: Camera-Ready Instruction added.
- 2012.01.25: Submission deadline is extended (Abstract submission: Feb. 3, Paper submission: Feb. 8)
- 2012.01.20: Committee updated.
- 2012.01.11: Paper submission deadline is extended to Jan 24, 2012.
- 2011.12.26: Paper Submission Site opened.
- 2011.10.19: Call for Papers added.
- 2011.07.22: Tentative version of ICMU 2012 Web site opened.
Aim and Scope
The emerging mobile computing and ubiquitous networking technologies enable users to access fully broadband mobile applications and new services anytime and everywhere. The continuous efforts have been dedicated to research and development in this wide area including wireless mobile networks, ad-hoc and senor networks, smart user devices and advanced sensor devices, mobile and ubiquitous computing platforms, and new applications and services including location-based, context-aware, or social networking services. ICMU2012 is aimed at providing a forum to researchers, industrial experts, and students for discussion and collaboration in this hot research area.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the followings:
- Network architectures, applications, and service models
- MAC and routing protocols
- Resource and mobility managements
- QoS issues
- Security issues
- Performance evaluation
- Wireless and mobile communications
- Broadcast communications
- Software defined radio
- Cognitive radio
- Heterogeneous networks
- Cellular networks, WiFi, and WiMax
- Ad hoc, sensor, and mesh networks
- Peer-to-peer communications
- Vehicle communications
- Location-based services
- Data managements