Important Dates

April 8, 2018

Workshop Proposal Due

May 30, 2018

Special Session Proposal Due

May 30, 2018

Industry Session Paper Submission Due

May 15, 2018

Regular Paper Submission Deadline

May 30, 2018

WiP Paper Submission Due

May 30, 2018

Poster/Demo Submission Due

July 8, 2018

Authors Notification

August 8, 2018

Camera-ready & Registration


Call For Papers

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The 15th IEEE Int'l Conf. on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC 2018) will include a highly selective program of technical papers, accompanied by workshops, demos, panel discussions and keynote speeches. We welcome high quality papers that describe original and unpublished research advancing the state of the art in ubiquitous intelligence and computing.

UIC 2018 topics include but are not limited to the following:

Track 1: Intelligent/Smart Object & Interaction Track 3: Intelligent/Smart Environment & Applic.
– AutoID technologies such as RFID/iBeacon – Urban Computing and Smart City Systems
– Embedded Chips, Sensors, and Actuators – Smart Home, Office, Laboratory, and Factory
– MEMS, NEMS, Micro and Biometric Devices – Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
– Printed Electronics and Pasted Circuits – Intelligent Traffic and Transportation
– Wearable Devices & Embodied interaction – Intelligent Energy Consumption
– Materials, Textiles, Fabrics, Furniture, etc. – Intelligent Environmental Protection
– Embedded Software and Agents – Smart Healthcare and Active Assisted Living
– Interaction to Smart Objects and Devices – Smart Education and Learning
– Smart Object OS and Programming – Pervasive Games and Entertainment
– Novel Interaction Models for Smart Objects – Smart Public Safety and Security
– Self-explanatory Smart Objects – Virtual Personal Assistants, Cognitive Experts

Track 2: Intelligent/Smart Systems & Services Track 4: Personalization and Social Aspects
– Sensor, Ad Hoc, and P2P Networks – Social Computing and Crowd Computing
– Wearable, Personal and Body Area Systems – Mobile Crowd Sensing and Sourcing
– Smart Systems Programming Models – Affect/Emotion/Personality/Mind Computing
– Intelligent Services and Architectures – Location-Based Social Networks
– Cognitive computing in ubiquitous systems – Human Mobility Modeling and Mining
– Human Activity Recognition – Human Centered Computing
– Adaptive, Autonomic & Context-aware Systems – Context-aware Computing
– Autonomous Cars, Assistive Driving – Recommendation Systems for Ubiquitous Comp
– Big Data in Ubiquitous Systems – Human-centric Design & Sensing
– Nature-inspired Intelligent Systems – Socially Aware and Community-aware Systems
– Knowledge Representation and Reasoning – Security, Privacy, Safety and Ethical & Legal Issues
– Chatbots, Cyborgs, Embodied Agents – Smart Object-mediated Behaviour Modelling



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