The Association for Computing Machinery
Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 2004 - Mobile Virtual Desktop Computing, localization for mobile sensor networks, wireless community mesh networks: hype or the next big frontier. The Tenth Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking - MobiCom 2004 - September 26 - October 1 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel offers a lineup of the world's leading mobile computing researchers presenting the latest research on today's most debated mobile topics. Sponsored by ACM SIGMOBILE, MobiCom 2004 (http://sigmobile.org/mobicom/2004/) features original and important results in mobile computing and networking research.
Dr. Richard Gitlin of Bell Labs and NEC, delivers the keynote address on the Wireless Century, at the opening session, Tue. Sept. 28, at 9 a.m. A second keynote address is scheduled for Wed. Sept. 29, at 8 a.m. by Professor Dipankar Raychaudhuri of Rutgers University. Dr. Victor Bahl of Microsoft leads a panel discussion on wireless community mesh networks on Thu. Sept. 30, at 11 a.m.
MobiCom 2004 offers high-quality papers from authors around the world. The premier international forum for networks, systems, algorithms, and applications that support mobile computers and wireless networks, MobiCom 2004 covers all issues in mobile computing and networking at the link layer and above. The conference also includes state-of-the-art research in mobile computing as well as wireless and mobile networking.
About ACM SIGMOBILE
ACM SIGMOBILE (www.sigmobile.org) promotes research and development by bringing together researchers and practitioners and fostering interest in the mobility of systems, users, data, and computing. Its activities aim to expand the evolution of portable computers and wireless networks; support the convergence of mobility, computing, and information organization; and improve access, services, management, and applications for mobile computing and communications.
ACM (www.acm.org) is widely recognized as the premier organization for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance the computing and IT disciplines, enable professional development, and promote policies and research that benefit society. ACM hosts the computing industry's leading Digital Library and Guide to Computing Literature, and serves its 80,000 global members and the computing profession with journals and magazines, conferences, workshops, electronic forums, and its Career Resource Centre and Professional Development Centre.