Sixth UK Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Systems Research Symposium

8th-9th July 2024, Southampton University

Introduction

Introduction

Mobile, wearable and ubiquitous systems have a pivotal role in today’s society and daily life. Research and innovation in these domains has the potential to unlock important new applications and open the door to a better understanding of their use.

Building on the success of the previous symposiums, the venue this year supports discussion and presentation of research within the UK mobile, wearable and ubiquitous systems community.

We solicit the submission of one page presentation abstracts. The work described can range from mature published recent ideas to more preliminary contributions on the following general topics:

  • Mobile, wearable, sensing and ubiquitous systems
  • Applications and implications of mobile, wearable, sensing and ubiquitous systems
  • Emerging mobile technologies: augmented reality, self-driving cars, drones, etc.
  • Privacy and security of mobile, wearable, sensing and ubiquitous systems
  • Resource-efficient machine learning for embedded and mobile platforms
  • Biosensing and health monitoring
  • Personalised machine learning solutions for on device inference
  • Experiences and evaluation of mobile, wearable, sensing and ubiquitous systems
  • Innovations in learning algorithms and models for sensor perception and understanding
  • Mobile and wireless networking
  • Holistic design of mobile systems for performance and energy optimisation

Submissions of one page presentation abstracts will be reviewed and selected for oral presentation based on scope as indicated above. Preference for presentation will be given to early career researchers in case of over-submission. All presented submissions will be published on the programme website (MobiUK.org).

Further details on how to submit can be found below.

Organising Committee

  • Alastair Beresford (University of Cambridge)
  • Jagmohan Chahuan (University of Southampton)
  • Katayoun Farrahi (University of Southampton)
  • Shelly Vishwakarma (University of Southampton)
  • Chong Tang (University of Southampton)
  • Neelam Singh (University of Southampton)

Steering Committee

  • Alastair Beresford (University of Cambridge)
  • Sarah Clinch (University of Manchester)
  • Nigel Davies (University of Lancaster)
  • Christos Efstratiou (University of Kent)
  • Katayoun Farrahi (University of Southampton)
  • Nic Lane (University of Cambridge)
  • Mahesh Marina (University of Edinburgh)
  • Cecilia Mascolo (University of Cambridge)
  • Mirco Musolesi (University College London)

Submission & Registration

Abstract submission: via EasyChair; deadline 18th April 2024
Symposium dates: 8th-9th July 2024
Registration: via University of Southampton University store; deadline 20th June 2024

The Symposium will take place at the University of Southampton, UK, specifically in the Centenary Building (100) on the Highfield Campus. Attendees should head to this building upon arrival to register. A Campus Map and interactive Maze Map are available for assistance.

Traveling by train, Southampton Central Station situated just a 10-minute walk from the city centre and provides connections to major UK cities. The Uni-link U1 bus service offers a 20-minute trip to the Highfield campus, with buses departing every 10-15 minutes. Alternatively, taxis are available outside Southampton Central Station, including services like West Quay Taxi (02380 999 999) and Radio Taxis Southampton (02380 666 666).

Traveling by car, the main University postcode is SO17 1BJ. For information about on-campus parking, please visit the university's website. Off-campus parking options include the University of Southampton pay & display carpark (SO17 1TW). It is advisable to pre-book a parking spot from private parking spaces such as JustPark or to use on-street parking around campus.

For air travelers, Southampton Airport (SOU) is 5 miles east of the city centre, serving major airlines with flights across Europe. Ground transportation options from the airport include taxis, the Uni-link bus service, and trains from Southampton Airport Parkway Station to Southampton Central.

The university's website offers additional travel details.

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