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MDM 2009
The 10th International Conference on Mobile Data Mangement (MDM'09): Systems, Services and Middleware
Event in series MDM
Dates 2009/05/18 (iCal) - 2009/05/21
Homepage: adslab.cs.nctu.edu.tw/mdm2009/
Location
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
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Important dates
Papers: 2008/11/01
Notification: 2009/02/01
Camera ready due: 2009/03/15
Papers: Submitted 119 / Accepted 26 (21.8 %)
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Since the debut in December 1999, the MDM series of conferences has established itself as a prestigious forum for the exchange of innovative and significant research results in mobile data management. The conference provides unique opportunities for researchers, engineers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and to exchange experiences.

In the past decade, we have witnessed significant advances in wireless communications and mobile technology, along with continuous appearance of versatile mobile gadgets and rapid growth in sensors and actuators. Meanwhile, high-precision outdoor and indoor positioning technology has become mature and available. A global, pervasive computing infrastructure that may profoundly change the way people live and work is emerging. Mobile and pervasive computing and communication are enabled at an unprecedented scale and density.

All these technological developments are expected to bring us a next wave of information revolution and change our society. However, as we move a step closer from mobile computing towards the grand vision of pervasive and ubiquitous computing, a number of challenges need to be overcome, especially when it comes to data-intensive applications: scale, variable and intermittent connectivity, location dependence and context awareness, bandwidth and power consumption, device size limitations, and multimedia delivery across hybrid networks.

Conventional issues in data management have to be reconsidered and reevaluated in this rapidly changing environment. Non-traditional issues including mobility, data semantics, context modeling, broadcast and multicast delivery, data availability, trust and privacy must also be addressed effectively. Additionally, starting from 2009, MDM will extend its scope to cover research issues in mobile systems, services and middleware.


Conference Scope

The scope of this conference includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Adaptability and stability of pervasive computing systems
  • Context-aware computing and location-based services
  • Data management in wireless networks
  • Data management in sensor and mobile ad hoc networks
  • Data management in mobile peer-to-peer networks
  • Data mining for mobile applications
  • Data presentation, scripting and exchange languages
  • Data replication, migration and dissemination in mobile environments
  • Data stream processing in mobile/sensor networks
  • Indexing and query processing for moving objects
  • Location and mobility semantics
  • Location tracking of vehicles and moving objects
  • Metadata management and exchanges
  • Mobile access to the Web
  • Mobile agents
  • OS and middleware for mobile and pervasive computing
  • Publish-subscribe approach in mobile computing
  • Quality of service issues for data-intensive services
  • Query processing and optimization for mobile users
  • Resource advertising and discovery techniques
  • Security and privacy issues for ubiquitous systems
  • Theoretical foundations of data-intensive mobile computing
  • Transactions and workflows in mobile environments
  • User interfaces and usability issues form mobile applications


Paper Submissions

The conference invites original, unpublished submissions, not exceeding 10 pages in IEEE camera-ready format. Submissions in PDF are to be uploaded to the conference web-based submission system at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/MDM2009/

Industrial/experience papers, Ph.D. Forum presentations, as well as proposals for panels, demos, seminars, and workshops are also sought. Submission instructions will be made available on the conference homepage.


Important Dates

  • Abstract submission: 10/25/2008
  • Paper submission: 11/01/2008
  • Notification: 2/01/2009
  • Camera ready: 3/15/2009


Committees

  • Industry Chair
  • Workshop Chair
  • Best Paper Award Chair
  • Seminars Chair
  • Ph.D. Forum Chair
  • Exhibition Chair
  • Financial Chair
  • Local Organizing Co-Chairs


  • Program Committee Members
Facts about "MDM 2009"
Acceptance rate21.8 +
Accepted papers26 +
AcronymMDM 2009 +
Camera ready dueMarch 15, 2009 +
End dateMay 21, 2009 +
Event in seriesMDM +
Has OC memberKun-Lung Wu +, Ming-Syan Chen +, Arbee L.P.Chen +, Polly Huang +, Shiao-Li Tsao +, Jianliang Xu +, Magdalena Balazinska +, Nesime Tatbul +, Jiun-Long Huang + and Chih-Wei Yi +
Has PC memberDebopam Acharya +, Karl Aberer +, Divyakant Agrawal +, Walid Aref +, Joshi Aunpam +, Elisa Bertino +, Ying Cai +, Meng-Chang Chen +, Chung-Min Chen +, Cho-Yu Chiang +, Lee-Feng Chien +, Panos Chrysanthis +, Samir Das +, Nigel Davies +, Alex Delis +, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo +, Le Gruenwald +, Xiaohui Gu +, Dimitrios Gunopulos +, Rick Han +, Takahiro Hara +, Manfred Hauswirth +, Kien Hua +, Yoshiharu Ishikawa +, Vana Kalogeraki +, Masaru Kitsuregawa +, George Kollios +, Vijay Kumar +, Tei-Wei Kuo +, Birgitta Konig-Ries +, Chiang Lee +, Dik Lee +, Hong Va Leong +, Mei Li +, Ling Liu +, Hua Lu +, Sanjay Madria +, Nikos Mamoulis +, Pedro Jose Marron +, Xiaofeng Meng +, Bernhard Mitschang +, Silvia Nittel +, Dimitris Papadias +, Wen-Chih Peng +, Jean-Marc Pierson +, Krithi Ramamritham +, Kay Roemer +, George Samaras +, Ichiro Satoh +, Markus Schneider +, Timos Sellis +, Cyrus Shahabi +, Shashi Shekhar +, Mukesh Singhal +, Kian-Lee Tan +, Xueyan Tang +, Nesime Tatbul +, Goce Trajcevski +, Shin-Mu Tseng +, Vassilis Tsotras +, Jari Veijalainen +, Ouri Wolfson +, Xing Xie +, Jianliang Xu +, Jeffrey Xu Yu +, Philip Yu +, Vladimir Zadorozhny +, Arkady Zaslavsky +, Baihua Zheng +, Aoying Zhou +, Xiaofang Zhou + and Shuigeng Zhou +
Has coordinates25° 2' 15", 121° 33' 49"Latitude: 25.037519444444
Longitude: 121.56368055556
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Has demo chairTakahiro Hara + and Hsiao-Kuang Wu +
Has general chairYu-Chee Tseng +, Peter Scheuermann + and Ralf Hartmut Guting +
Has local chairWen-Chih Peng + and Ming-Hour Yang +
Has location cityTaipei +
Has location countryCategory:Taiwan +
Has program chairWang-Chien Lee +, Chung-Ta King + and Evaggelia Pitoura +
Has tutorial chairBaihua Zheng +
Has workshop chairCho-Li Wang +
Homepagehttp://adslab.cs.nctu.edu.tw/mdm2009/ +
NotificationFebruary 1, 2009 +
Paper deadlineNovember 1, 2008 +
Start dateMay 18, 2009 +
Submission deadlineNovember 1, 2008 +
Submitted papers119 +
TitleThe 10th International Conference on Mobile Data Mangement (MDM'09): Systems, Services and Middleware +