The 4th International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication

Call for Papers

Topics

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Networking and Communications Technologies and Applications
- Broadband access networks
: WiMax/Wibro, optical, integrated optical & wireless
- Wireless BAN/PAN/LAN
- Wireless mesh networks, sensor networks
- Mobile networks
: All IP mobile network, mobile multicast/broadcast network, home network, mobile multimedia QoS, mobile security, ad hoc network
- Future Internet
: architecture, routing, path computation, traffic engineering
- RFID

Web and Intelligent Information Management Technologies and Applications
- Knowledge discovery and data mining, link analysis, Web mining - Internet search, UCC management, online communities, automatic classification, e-commerce, e-learning, recommendation, personalization - Intelligent systems and techniques
: robotics, autonomic computing, machine learning, semantic Web, etc.
- Multimedia content recognition, indexing, search - Human Computer Interaction
: virtual reality, usability of electronic devices and Web sites, engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics, augmented cognition
- Database management system (flash-based database system), personal information management, data integration and federation, security, privacy

Foundational Technologies
- Distributed and parallel system architecture, service-oriented architecture - Embedded systems
: architecture, co-design, real-time and operating system, application-specific processors and devices, system/network-on-a-chip
- Software engineering
: languages, programming and design methodologies, testing methodology, model-driven architecture, simulation methodology

Academy Publishers has agreed to publish two special issues with extended versions of
the best papers presented at ICUIMC-2010. One, for Journal of Software, will include
papers from the information management track. Another, for Journal of Networks, will
include papers from the networking and communications track.