Workshop on Embedded Systems
March 29-31, 1999 (abstracts due: January 31, 1999)
|January 31, 1999:||Extended abstracts due|
|February 10, 1999:||Acceptance notification
|March 15, 1999:||Full papers due|
|March 29, 1999, 12pm:||Arrival, Registration (at MIT Media Lab)|
|March 31, 1999, 12pm:||Conclusion|
Dan Geer, email@example.com, CertCo|
Mike Hawley, firstname.lastname@example.org, MIT Media Lab
Mark D. Baushke, email@example.com, Cisco Systems|
Warren Bosch, firstname.lastname@example.org, Hasbro
Tom Kalil, email@example.com, The White House
Tim Matt, firstname.lastname@example.org, Siebe
Jean Scholtz, email@example.com, DARPA
Ted Selker, firstname.lastname@example.org, IBM
Randy Sweeney, email@example.com, Kraft Foods
Jim Waldo, firstname.lastname@example.org, Sun Microsystems
Kevin Kelly, email@example.com, WIRED magazine
The goal of this workshop is to convene a limited number of leading engineers and researchers from a wide cross section of academia, industry, and government to discuss critical challenges in developing and deploying embedded intelligence over a wide range of applications. These are "out of the box" systems in every way, shape, and form. They demand big, bold, maverick thinking.
This 2.5-day meeting will consist of invited talks, refereed papers, and work-in-progress reports. Informal mingling opportunities include an Open House at the Media Lab in conjunction with the Things That Think consortium meeting, and plenty of schmooze time.
We hope the results will help clarify and coordinate the research and development agenda in embedded systems, recognizing that, in engineering and science, getting the problem statement right is much of the battle. To that end, the program committee will limit attendance to 60 selected individuals. Be prepared to engage in discussions that will encompass a range of areas from low-level materials innovations to novel forms of networking, new kinds of software systems to groundbreaking applications, usability to high-level policy.
There will be no registration fees.
This should be 5-7 pages long or about 2500 words, not counting references and figures. You may submit the full paper at this time. Full papers will go through a brisk editorial review cycle with the program committee, and should be 10-15 pages long. The final paper deadline is March 15.
All submissions will be acknowledged electronically. If you do not receive word within 72 hours of submission, contact the program chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions will be held in strict confidence prior to publication, but they must not be bound by proprietary or non-disclosure arrangements. Proceedings will be published.
For more information, please contact:
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First posted: 22 Dec 1998 jr
Last changed: 29 Dec 1998 jr