We accept two types of submissions to NOMe-IoT 2011:
Research contributions which must not exceed 6 pages in ACM SIGCHI Archival format and are expected to present novel concepts and new insights;
Position statement may be up to 2 pages in ACM SIGCHI Archival format and should outline individual interest and experience on IoT.
All accepted submissions will be included in the ACM Digital Library and the adjunct proceedings of the Ubicomp 2011 conference. We additionally plan to publish high-quality technical papers and descriptions of design studies in a special journal issue after the workshop.
Detailed format instructions including style templates for MS Word and LaTex can be found at the Ubicomp 2011 Submission Templates website.
Submissions to NOMe-IoT 2011 have to be made via the easychair conference system. You can use this direct link or the 'submission' box on the upper right corner of the website to access the submission system.
Florian Michahelles, ETH Zurich, Switzerland,
Mathieu Boussard, Bell Labs, France,
Yan Zhang, Simula Research Lab, Norway,
Tao Jiang, Huangzhong Uni of Sci and Tech, China,
Hengchang Liu, Univ of Virgina, USA,
Yili Gong, Wuhan University, China,
Lieven Trappeniers, Bell Labs, Belgium,
Yoshito Tobe, Tokyo Denki University,
Patrick Olivier, Newcastle University, UK,
Hedda Schmidtke, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Frederic Thiesse, Uni Würzburg, Germany,
Harold Liu, IBM Research - China,
Erwu Liu, Tongji University, China,
Dan Wang, Hong Kong Polytech Uni, Hong Kong,
Carsten Magerkurth, SAP, Germany,
Junichiro Mori, Tokyo University, Japan,
Markus Miche, SAP, Germany,
Jin Nakazawa, Keio University, Japan
NOMe-IoT 2011 is held at Beijing, China on September 18, 2011 in conjunction with Ubicomp 2011.