See also call for participation, press release (24th January 2006) and draft workshop agenda.
Please note the selection of papers for presentation at the workshop has been based upon the recommendations of the program committee. The following is a complete list all the position papers received and not all will be presented due to the limited time available at the workshop. Notifications of selected papers are being sent out on 20th February along with the draft agenda.
Florent Chuffart, Filip Van Gool, Lionel Courval, France Telecom, "AURORA, multimodal messaging framework for ubiquitous web context".
Samantha Niroshan Kahadawa, Nittambuwa, Sri Lanka, "Event-driven architecture: achieving architectural agility".
Gunesekera Mawatha, Wanigasundara Appuhamilage Don Samanta Sri Kalyana, "Web-based Courseware Application Usability".
Nobuo Saito, Kazuhiro Kitagawa, Keio University, "Position Paper for W3C Workshop for Ubiquitous Web".
Tsuyoshi Sakai, R. Plews, Database Promotion Center (DPC), Tokyo, Japan, "XML Encoding for the Description of Place Information" (pdf).
Senthilkumar Chandramohan, Torry Harris Business Solutions, Bangalore, India, "Next Generation Class Rooms for Developing Nations" (pdf).
Franklin Reynolds, Pervasive Computing Group, Nokia Research Center, Cambridge, USA, "The Ubiquitous Web, UPnP and Smart Homes" (pdf).
Jun'ichi Yura, Masaki Ito, Jim Nakazawa, Hideyuki Tokuda, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan, "objSampler: a tool for recording and recalling encounters with real world objects" (pdf).
Ajith Abeywickrama, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, "Security, identity and privacy in the Ubiquitous Web" (pdf).
Juan Ignacio Vazquez, Joseba Abaitua, and Diego López de Ipiña, University of Deusto, Spain, "The Ubiquitous Web as a model to lead our environments to their full potential" (pdf).
Melinda Grant, Connectivity Standards, Consumer Printing and Imaging , HP, "The Ubiquitous Web — Some Proposed Use Cases" (html).
Don Retallack, Boeing, "The Ubiquitous Web: A Position Paper" (text).
Johan Hjelm, Ericsson Research, "Building the Ubiquitous Applications Environment with MobiLife, SPICE, and Ambient Networks" (pdf).
Masahiro Araki and Asami Miyajima , Dept. of Electronics and Information Science Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, "Application of Ubiquitous Web Technologies to Home Information Appliances" (pdf).
Vincent Quint, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France , "Content Adaptation in the Ubiquitous Web" (html).
Satoru Takagi, Katusnori Shindo, Jun Yamada and Ken Sakamora, YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory, Japan, "Position Paper for Ubiquitous Web" (pdf).
Dan Hong and Vincent Y. She, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, "Enabling User Input in Ubiquitous Computing" (pdf).
Antonio J. Sierra, Departament of Sistemas and Automatic Area of Engineering Telematic, University of Sevilla, Spain, "Recursive and non-recursive method to serialize object at J2ME" (pdf).
Tahar Cherif, Hirotaka Ueda, Sharp Corporation, "Sharp Corporate Position Paper" (pdf).
Reto Krummenacher, Thomas Strang, and Dieter Fensel, Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), University of Innsbruck, "Triple Spaces for a Ubiquitous Web of Services" (pdf).
Liddy Nevile, University of Tsukuba, Japan, "Access for all" (html). Only available on March 10th,
Charles McCathieNevile and Hallvord R. M. Steen , Opera Software, "Serving ubiquitous users".
Don Wright, Lexmark, "The Ubiquity of Print" (pdf).
SeungEui Jin, Ubiquitous Computing Lab, IBM, Korea, "Ubiquitous Service-Oriented Architrecture" (pdf).
Kangchan Lee, Wonsuk Lee, Jonghong Jeon, Seungyun Lee, and Jonghun Park, ETRI/Seoul National University, Korea, "Event-driven Coordination Rule of Web Services enabled Devices in Ubiquitous Environments" (pdf).
HyeonSung Cho, YunKoo Chung, Young-Jo Cho, ETRI, Korea, "Experience of Applying Semantic Web Services to URC" (pdf).
Hervé Ruellan, Canon CRF, France, "Web Applications on Devices" (html).
Anneli Heimbürger, Tampere University of Technology, Pori Advanced Multimedia Center, Finland, "Cross Cultural Interactive Spaces" (pdf).
Miroslav Michael Hadas, mobiliaria corporation, Japan, "mobiliaria position paper" (pdf).
Shinichi Matsui, Panasonic, "Toward Ubiquitous Web appliances" (html).
The Workshop will be co-chaired by Professor Larry Rudolph, MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Professor Hideyuki Tokuda, Faculty of Environmental Information at Keio University, both of whom have extensive experience in the area of Ubiquitous Computing.
Workshop organizers: Dave Raggett <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Yasuyuki Hirakawa <email@example.com>.
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