CFP: Journal Theme Issue on Sensor-Driven Computing and Applications for Ambient Intelligence

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CFP: Journal Theme Issue on Sensor-Driven Computing and Applications for Ambient Intelligence

Boon-Chong Seet
CALL FOR PAPERS
ACM/Springer Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (SCI-indexed)
Theme Issue on "Sensor-Driven Computing and Applications for Ambient Intelligence"
 
Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is essentially a sensor-driven, user-centric computing and application paradigm. It represents a vision of a world of digitally augmented physical environment where sensors are embedded ubiquitously and transparently into everyday objects and living spaces, to enable fine-grain capture of user and ambient context information that provides the basis of intelligence for higher-order cognitive systems, i.e. systems that can perceive, reason, learn, and react intelligently to their environments.
 
Sensors provide the important bridge between the physical world and the computing systems for AmI applications. Through a myriad of sensing modalities, information about the state of the users, objects they interacted with, activities they engaged in, and their surroundings, can be acquired and translated to contextual knowledge for ‘cognitizing’ computing systems, making them ever sensitive and responsive to the needs and situation of the humans under their support or care.
 
This theme issue aims to present the state-of-the-art in all aspects of sensor-driven computing and innovative sensor-driven applications for ambient intelligence. It seeks original research papers that report significant contributions to the field, as well as review articles that analyze and discuss recent advances, trends and challenges. We hope that this issue will become an essential reference for researchers in the field and will stimulate a wider discussion that in turn paves the way for further advances towards technology maturity of sensor-based AmI systems and applications.
 
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
• User and ambient context modeling and reasoning
• User intent and activity inference and learning algorithms
• Cyber-physical computing for human-centric applications
• Sensor or sensor-embedded object localization and position tracking
• Sensor augmented user-system interfaces for smart spaces
• Sensor-driven bio-inspired computing for AmI applications
• Sensor-driven user profiling and personalization of AmI services
• Sensor-enabled social interaction in AmI environments
• Innovative AmI systems, applications, and services

Important Dates
Full manuscript due: Feb 15, 2011
Notification of the first review process: May 2, 2011
Revised manuscript due: Jun 15, 2011
Final acceptance notification: Jul 1, 2011
Publication date: 4th Quarter 2011 (Tentative)

Submissions
Submissions should be prepared according to the author instructions available at the journal homepage. Manuscripts should be submitted as a PDF file to the corresponding editor Boon-Chong Seet ([hidden email]). Information about the manuscript (title, full list of authors, corresponding author's contact, abstract, and keywords) must be included in the submission email. In addition, authors should submit names, addresses, and email addresses of four experts in the subject of their papers who are personally unknown to them, are not members of the editorial board of the journal, are not from their institution, and at least two of whom must be from a country different from that of their institution. If the manuscript is an extended version of a conference/workshop paper, it must have at least 30% new content, and must be declared in the submission email and as a footnote on the first page of the paper.

Guest Editors
Dr. Boon-Chong Seet
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
[hidden email]
 
Dr. Ana M. Bernardos
ETSI Telecommunications
Technical University of Madrid, Spain
[hidden email]
 
Prof. Naoki Wakamiya
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Osaka University, Japan
[hidden email]
 
This CFP is also available on: http://www.springer.com/computer/hci/journal/779 (click on the link "Call for Papers" with the above theme issue title)