The First International Workshop on Pervasive Computing Systems and Infrastructures (PCSI)
Held in conjunction with TridentCom 2009
Washington DC, USA, April 2009

TridentCom 2009


Pervasive Computing (or Ubiquitous Computing) is an information model that enables data to be accessed and processed anytime and anywhere. While many pervasive computing models and protocols have been proposed to enable the integration of various computing and networking domains, a much less attention is given on the design and implementation of such systems and infrastructures in real applications. Without real implementation, it is difficult to evaluate the performance of existing models and protocols and discover further issues for additional improvement. This workshop features all recent advances in pervasive computing systems and tools, with an focus on building and performance evaluation of infrastructures and testbed.

  • Outstanding papers will be published in a special issue of International Journal of Sensor Networks (IJSNET).
  • All accepted will be indexed by Engineering Information (EI).

Papers due:                        December 31, 2008
Acceptance Notification:         January 25, 2009
Camera-ready papers:     February 15, 2009