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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 seventh edition, MobiCASE has become a leading scientific forum for dissemination of cutting-edge research results in the area of Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services.
As in previous years, MobiCASE 2015 is scheduled to include high-quality paper presentation sessions revealing the latest in mobile computing research, to demo industry's most exciting mobile applications and services, and to engage participants in hands-on projects and tutorials.
Relevant topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Mobile Advertising, Local Search and the recommendation of goods/services
- Energy Efficiency -- generalizable approaches for coping with battery limits
- Mobile Payments -- NFC-based services and other emerging technologies
- User Interfaces and Interaction Technologies for Mobiles -- voice, eyes, gestures and more
- Mobile Sensing -- including specific domains such as, mHealth, in addition to core techniques
- Wearable platforms and Smartphones -- such as, prototype hardware (sensing modalities etc.)
- Collaborative/Multi-Device Sensing -- novel applications, platforms, and core technologies
- Participatory and Opportunistic Sensing -- applications, platforms, theories
- Mobile development tools and testing methodologies -- including also malware identification
- App Distribution Channels and Stores -- taking the next steps in the evolution of app stores
- Location-based Social Networks and Media -- considering both studies of existing systems (e.g., WeChat) or new novel systems
- Mobile Cloud Computing and Mobile Web support -- such as personal clouds, and proposed new standards
- Computational Privacy -- protection against privacy violations and identifying new types of attacks for mobile sensing
- Mobile crowdsourcing -- platforms, novel applications, incentive mechanisms