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Opening remarks at the 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2009), 1 October 2009, Orlando, Floriday, http://ubicomp.org/ubicomp2009

Opening remarks at the 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2009), 1 October 2009, Orlando, Floriday, http://ubicomp.org/ubicomp2009

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  • Thanks to Sumi and the Steering Committee for entrusting us with this job Thanks to the authors for submitting
  • Thanks to the authors! # of countries, institutions/affiliations represented – several of which are new to the community
  • Heavy load this year
  • We got several compliments from authors on the high-quality of reviews
  • Paper session times, names & session chairs Note about where and when to meet session chair Sessions on time; talks that run over will be cut off Audience: please be on time for sessions so that we can start on time

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  • 1. Opening Session October 1, 2009
  • 2. 2009 Attendance Sept 30: 255 registrants
  • 3. 2009 Attendance (by Organization)
  • 4. 2009 Attendance (by City)
  • 5. Special Thanks & Recognition
    • Chao Chen, UF
    • Duckki Lee, UF
    • Jung Wook Park, UF
    • Eunju Kim, UF
  • 6. Thanks to all Student Volunteers
    • SV Chairs:
    • Jennifer Rode, Alireza Sahami, Erich Stuntebeck
    • SV’s:
    • David Dearman, University of Toronto
    • Alyssa Rosenzweig, University of Toronto
    • David Nguyen, UC Irvine
    • Nithya Sambasivan, UC Irvine
    • Adebola Osuntogun, Georgia Tech
    • Karen Tang, Carnegie Mellon University
    • Joseph Manganelli, Clemson University
    • Jo Vermeulen, Hasselt University
  • 7. Thanks to our Sponsors
  • 8. Introduction from Program Co-Chairs
    • Hans Gellersen Lancaster University, UK
    • Sunny Consolvo Intel Labs, USA
  • 9. 2009 Submissions & Review
    • 251 Submissions
      • 180 Papers (10 pages), 71 Notes (4 pages): more than ever before
    • Authors affiliated in 31 countries
      • 40% Europe, 39% N. America, 17% Asia, 4% S. Hemisphere
    • 1028 peer reviews to provide all authors with detailed feedback
    • 31 Papers selected for presentation in the conference
  • 10. Thank you 2009 PC Committee!
    • Richard Beckwith , Intel Labs, USA
    • A.J. Brush, Microsoft Research, USA
    • Tanzeem Choudhury, Dartmouth, USA
    • Hao-Hua Chu, Nat’l Taiwan University, Taiwan
    • Nigel Davies, Lancaster University, UK
    • Anind Dey, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
    • Paul Dourish, UC Irvine, USA
    • Mike Hazas, Lancaster University, UK
    • Urs Hengartner , U of Waterloo, Canada
    • Steve Hodges, Microsoft Research, UK
    • Jadwiga Indulska, U of Queensland, Australia
    • Tim Kindberg, HP Labs, UK
    • Antonio Krüger, DFKI, Germany
    • John Krumm, Microsoft Research, USA
    • Paul Lukowicz, U of Passau, Germany
    • Jules Maitland, U of Glasgow, UK
    • Antti Oulasvirta, HIIT, Finland
    • Kurt Partridge, PARC, USA
    • Shwetak Patel , U of Washington, USA
    • Yvonne Rogers , Open University, UK
    • Albrecht Schmidt , U of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
    • James Scott, Microsoft Research, UK
    • Mirjana Spasojevic , Nokia Research, USA
    • Yoshito Tobe, Tokyo Denki U, Japan
    • Khai Truong, U of Toronto, Canada
    • Alexander Varshavsky, AT&T Labs, USA
    • Woontack Woo, GIST, Korea
  • 11. Thank you 2009 Reviewers!
    • 279 Reviewers
    Microsoft Research  KIST  MIT  U Duisburg-Essen  TU Eindhoven  Intel Labs  ETH Zurich  U of Munich  Nokia Research  U of Massachusetts at Amherst  UCSD  IBM  PARC  TU Braunschweig  U of Cambridge  U of Toronto  FX PAL  Bauhaus-U Weimar  Cornell U  Queensland U of Technology  UC Irvine  SRI Int’l  Dartmouth College  HP Labs  UC Berkeley  Google  Ludic Labs  Stevens Institute of Technology  Charles Drew U  GA Tech  Lancaster U  Indiana U  Duke U  U of Karlsruhe  INRIA  U of Melborne  Imperial College London  The Santa Fe Institute  SICS  U of Washington  U of Linz  U of Helsinki  CMU  Telecommunications Research Center  Miami U  Tokyo U of Agriculture & Technology  Harvard U  U of Texas at Dallas  Purdue U  U of Calgary  Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley  Rutgers U  Oracle  Stockholm U  GIST  U of Strathclyde  Motorola Labs  National Taiwan U  U of Bremen  HIIT  DFKI  U of Central Lancashire  Nagoya U  U of Glasgow  Swansea U  U of Minho  Microsoft  Yale U  U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  U of Tokyo  SAP Research  Fraunhofer IAIS  UC Santa Barbara  U of Nottingham  Aarhus U  TU Munich  Monash U  U of Passau  U of Lugano  ICU  Intel  KAIST  UNC  La Trobe U  U of Münster  Open U  U of Milan  Create-Net  eSYS  Interrelativity  U of Bath  Xmos  U of Twente  Kodak Research Labs  U of Michigan  Telefonica Research  Newcastle U  U of Rochester  U of Utah  Johannes Kepler U  NICTA  Nottingham U  Deutsche Telecom Labs  U of Kent  TU Darmstadt  U of Colorado at Boulder  Google Research  Ochanomizu U  George Mason U  U of Bristol  UBC  GM  Cassia Technology  Kobe U  Vodafone  U of Bremen  U of Salzburg  Delft U of Technology  Real VNC  Columbia U  U of Minnesota  U of Alabama at Huntsville
  • 12. Paper Session Details
    • 10:45-12:30 1: Places & Location
    • 13:45-15:30 2: Activity Recognition
    • 08:30-10:15 3: Notes
    • 10:45-12:30 4: Security & Access
    • 13:45-15:00 5: UbiComp Worldwide
    • 15:30-16:20 6: Behavior Change
    • 08:30-10:15 7: Context-Aware & Wearable Systems
    • 10:45-12:30 8: Sensing & Sustainability
    • Anind Dey
    • Paul Lukowicz
    • John Krumm
    • Urs Hengartner
    • Richard Beckwith
    • Khai Truong
    • Jadwiga Indulska
    • Hao-Hua Chu
    Thursday Friday Saturday Session Chair Presenters: Meet your Session Chair 20 minutes PRIOR to the START of your session Audience: Please be prompt so that we can keep the program on schedule
  • 13. Share your UbiComp 2009 experiences: Presentations, photos, & more…
    • This year’s tag: ubicomp2009
    • Consider posting your presentations on
      • www.slideshare.net
    • Participate in UbiComp 2009’s online community
      • http://ubicomp-2009.pathable.com/
  • 14. Have a magical UbiComp 2009!