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The First International Conference on
Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication

8-9 February 2007, SKKU, Suwon, Korea

 

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About the Conference

It may be said that modern information technology rests on three technology pillars: semiconductor technology, communications technology, and information processing software technology. During the past two decades there have been tremendous advances in all three pillars and their unrelenting convergence that have brought us significantly closer to the realization of the long-envisioned dream of an information society in which anyone can access the cumulative knowledge of the mankind inexpensively from anywhere at any time, namely that of a ubiquitous information age. The aim of the First International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information, for cultivating opportunities for collaborative research, and for fostering friendship among researchers in key technology hotbeds in the Asia Pacific region engaged in various facets of information management and communications technologies appropriate for ubiquitous computing and application environments.

 

Organizing Institutions


School of Information
and Communication Engineering BK21 Group

 

Sponsors


SKKU Institute of Information
and Communication Technology

SKKU Intelligence HCI Convergence Research Center

SKKU Authentication Technology Convergence Research Center

SKKU Ubiquitous Computing Technology Research Center

SKKU Industrial Electronics Application Center