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Fourth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

October 11–12, 2012 | Seattle, Washington, United States


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Fourth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services

MobiCASE, the International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, is a confluence between academia and industry on mobile applications and services research.

Now in its fourth edition, MobiCASE has become a leading scientific forum for dissemination of cutting-edge research results in the area of Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services.

The Fourth edition of the conference will take place in Seattle, USA. Further details will be communicated very soon.


Confirmed keynote speech by Prof. Monica Lam, Stanford University. More information here


The program schedule is now online.


  • The event is endorsed by the European Alliance for Innovation (, a leading community-based organisation devoted to the advancement of innovation in the field of ICT
  • All accepted papers will be published by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world's largest scientific libraries
  • Proceedings will be submitted for indexing by Google Scholar, ISI, EI Compendex, Scopus and many more


The conference will be held on October 11-12, 2012, in Seattle, WA, USA.

Please visit the Call for Participation webpage for more information.


We are seeking:

  • Creative, hands-on workshops. Do you have something you can teach our participants about developing mobile applications? Using mobile platforms for new services? Something else entirely? We invite you to share.

  • Product demonstrations. Have you invented the next “big thing” in the mobile industry? Don’t just tell us about it. Show us. We want to see the different things that participants are working on. Venture capitalists will also be present!

  • Passionate statements about the future. Are you envisioning a new trend in terms of applications or technology, predicting the end of a fad in the mobile space? Do you think there is a word in our industry that is overused and we should be talking about something different? Do you have a cutting-edge idea or concept that will change the mobile world? Share your ideas.

You can dowload the .Pdf version of the Call for Content here