6th IEEE WiMob’2010 – Niagara Falls, Canada

| WiMob’2010 | | | | 6th IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on | | Wireless& Mobile Computing, Networking& communication | | |

Niagara Falls, Canada
October 11-13, 2010

The research area of mobile computing has become more important following the recent widespread drive towards mobile ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks and vehicular ad hoc network tracking technologies and their applications. The availability of high bandwidth 3G infrastructures and the pervasive deployment of low cost WiFi infrastructures and WiMAX to create hotspots around the world serve to accelerate the development of mobile computing towards ubiquitous computing.
WiMobÕ10 addresses three main areas:
– Wireless Communications
– Mobile Networking, Mobility and Nomadicity
– Ubiquitous Computing, Services and Applications

This conference aims to stimulate interactions among participants and enable them to exchange new ideas and practical experience. WiMobÕ10 is the sixth in a series of annual conferences: twice in Montreal, Canada in 2005 and 2006; in New York, USA in 2007; in Avignon, France in 2008; and in Marrakech, Morocco in 2009.

Paper submission due: May 16, 2010
Notification of acceptance: July 16, 2010
Final manuscripts due: July 30, 2010

High quality original papers that at the time of submission are neither published nor submitted for publications elsewhere are solicited. Please visit http://conferences.computer.org/WiMob2010 for details and submission information.

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