The 2nd IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing Systems
http://www.vmars.tuwien.ac.at/isorc2004/wstfeus2004.html (this call for papers is also available in Adobe PDF format)
May 11-12, 2004
Sponsored by IEEE TC on Distributed Processing
in conjunction with ISORC 2004, May 12-14, 2004
Edgar Nett, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Michael Mock, Fraunhofer AIS, Germany
Vinny Cahill, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The application domain of embedded computing technologies started explosive growth in recent years. The potential impacts of such technological advances on economical strengths of nations and nation-blocks, have been well recognized. This coupled with the continuously expanding communication technologies and infrastructures, have enabled many government leaders and industry leaders to envision societies where ubiquitous networking and computing is facilitated and stimulated them to drive for competitive investments in the technology developments.
Embedded and ubiquitous computing systems must meet special requirements concerning functionality, dependability, timing, autonomy, power consumption, expandability, human interface, etc. These requirements pose challenges to the research community. WSTFEUS is meant to be a forum for exchange of ideas, newly obtained scientific understandings, lessons learned through development experiences, and R&D plans in the following areas:
Papers describing both on-going work and novel research results in not just the above topical areas but also any other aspect of STFEUS are welcome. Reports on industrial experiences and goverment strategies are particularly welcome. The proceedings of this workshop will be published as a separate volume by IEEE CS Press.
Electronic versions (portable postscript, PDF, or WORD) of papers, which should not exceed 5 pages in IEEE two-column format should be submitted using the WSTFEUS 2004 submission page.
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