The 4th International Conference on
Ubiquitous Computing Application and Wireless Sensor Network (UCAWSN-15)


July 8-10, 2015, Jeju, Korea

http://www.ucawsn-conference/2015


Published by Springer-LNEE Post Proceedings or
Intl' Journal Recommendations indexed by SCIE/SCOPUS (50%)





Important Notice

[July 13, 2015] Program book Ver. 11 [Download]
[July 04, 2015] Online Session is in progress [Visit]
[July 1, 2015] Review comments were sent to all registered authors. If you are registered and you don't get the review comments, then please send an email to yi.gangman@gmail.com
[June 22, 2015] As of June 21, we send an acceptance/reject email to authors in the Round II. If you don't receive the email, please send an email to yi.gangman@gmail.com so that we can send the notification again.
[April 1, 2015] UCAWSN 2015 website is opened.


The 4nd International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing Application and Wireless Sensor Network (UCAWSN-15) will be held in Jeju, Korea, July 8-10, 2015.
The UCAWSN-15 will be the most comprehensive conference focused on Ubiquitous Computing Application and Wireless Sensor Network (UCA-WSN).
The UCAWSN-15 will provide an opportunity for academic and industry professionals to discuss the latest issues and progress in the area of UCAWSN such as Ubiquitous and context-aware computing, context-awareness reasoning and representation, locations awareness services, architectures, protocols and algorithms of WSN, energy, management and control of WSN, etc.
In addition, the conference will publish high quality papers which are closely related to the various theories and practical applications in UCA-WSN. Furthermore, we expect that the conference and its publications will be a trigger for further related research and technology improvements in this important subject.

Papers presented in the UCAWSN-15 will be published by Springer Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (Post proceeding), ISSN: 1876-1100, which will be indexed by EI & SCOPUS Compendex.
And many good papers will be recommended to intl' journals indexed by SCI/E or SCOPUS.

  • Topics
  • Technical papers will be presented in the following major topics:
  • Track 1. Ubiquitous Computing Application
    • -Ubiquitous wired and wireless networks
      -Intelligent sensor network/RFID
      -Ubiquitous/pervasive platform and middleware
      -Mobile and ubiquitous multicasting
      -Future internet
      -Mobile and ubiquitous computing
      -Security and trust management
      -Multimedia systems and services
      -Big data and data mining
      -Embedded system and software
      -Artificial intelligence
      -Distributed and parallel algorithms
      -Internet of Things and M2M
      -UI/UX for Ubiquitous Computing
      -Ubiquitous Context Awareness
      -Context -aware models and control
      -Locations awareness services
      -Adaptive and context -based multimodal interaction
      -Portable and smart devices
      -Social Agents and Avatars
      -Virtual Humans
      -Smart shop/hospital/campus/city/etc.
      -Smart vehicle/road/traffic/transportation
      -Data Mining, Web Mining and Web Reasoning
      -Machine Learning and Brain -Machine Interface Design
      -Human -Computer/Human -Web Interaction

  • Track 2. Wireless Sensor Network
    • -Autonomous Actors
      -Understanding Human Activity
      -Architectures, protocols and algorithms of WSN
      -Energy, management and control of WSN
      -Resource allocation, services, QoS and fault tolerance in WSN
      -Performance and simulation and modelling of WSN
      -Security and monitoring of WSN
      -Deployments and implementations of WSN
      -Energy optimization for WSN
      -UCA-WSN applications and services
      -Awareness mechanism and modeling
      -Automated, adapted and personalized services
      -Computational awareness for telecommunication/energy -efficient systems
      -Power -aware software/hardware/algorithms/protocols
      -Pervasive/ubiquitous media and services
      -Nature-inspired intelligent services and architectures
      -Energy harvesting, storage and recycling