SEUS 2009

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Newport Beach, CA, United States of America

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             7th Workshop on Software Technologies for
          Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing Systems

                      November 16-18, 2009
                     Newport Beach, CA, USA



Important Dates:

        Paper Submissions:              August  2, 2009
        Acceptance Notification:        August 28, 2009
        Camera-Ready Papers due:        September 15, 2009
	Workshop:                       November 16-18, 2009

General Chairs:

        Eltefaat Shokri, The Aerospace Corporation, USA           
        Vana Kalogeraki, Univ. of California at Riverside, USA

Program Chairs:

        Sunggu Lee, POSTECH, Korea
        Priya Narasimhan, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Sponsor: IFIP Working Group 10.2 on Embedded Systems

SEUS 2009's goal is to bring together researchers from all over the world,
to foster a stimulating and fruitful exchange amongst researchers working on
similar topics, to discuss ideas, exchange field experiences and to find
solutions together to the problems facing software technologies for embedded
and ubiquitous systems. 

For inclusion in the workshop program, contributions that present advances
in integrating the fields of embedded computing and ubiquitous systems are
invited. Industrial applications in the emerging field are also encouraged.
Papers can be of a conceptual, theoretical, application-oriented,
standards-driving, innovative design or experimental nature, and should
represent technological or scientific advances.


Suggested topics of interest include (but are not restricted to) the

    + Emerging applications, components and services
    + Emerging infrastructural support
    + Software architectures and programming models
    + Communication system architecture
    + Reports on R&D progress in the field
    + Speciifcation of requirements
    + Emerging tools and trends
    + Emerging standards (or the need for new standards)
    + Practical experiences, particularly from industry
    + Government strategies


Papers must be written in English and 8 pages in limit (including all
text, figures, references and appendices), adhering to the IEEE Conference
format (camera-ready, two-column, Times New Roman 11pt font, letter-size
page). Submission implies the willingness of the senior author to present
his/her paper at the Workshop. Selected papers will be considered for a
journal (yet to be decided).

Papers can be one of three possible types (this should be indicated by the
authors in parentheses as a part of their paper title in the submitted

    (1) Research papers
    (2) Practical experience reports
    (3) Panel position-papers

Authors are requested to submit an electronic version (PDF) of their
manuscripts to:

Questions about the appropriateness of a topic for a submission may be directed to the PC Chairs, also by emailing this address. 


This CfP was obtained from WikiCFP

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