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The 13th International Conference on Mobile Web and Intelligent Information Systems
Wien, Austria, 22/08/2016–24/08/2016

The areas of the Web, mobile technologies, and information systems have been following a continuous and steady development over a number of years through the innovative research and practices of researchers, developers and practitioners from academia, industry, governmental and scientific organizations. The International Conference on Mobile Web and Intelligent Information Systems (MobiWis) aims to enable synergy between these areas and provides the premier venue to present and discuss latest research and developments related to research issues of the mobile web and the engineering of intelligent and innovative mobile systems and services. 

The conference comprises a set of carefully selected tracks that focus on the particular challenges regarding mobile Web and intelligent information systems in research areas such as, among others, Web Engineering, Service-Oriented Computing, Web of Things, Data and Knowledge Management, Cloud Computing, Security and Human-Computer Interaction.

topics of interest

Conference tracks:

  • Smart and Intelligent Systems
    • Architectures and models, Smart homes and smart objects, Intelligent web applications, Intelligent sensing, Smart transportation, Smart public spaces, Monitoring and assessment (as in healthcare), Smart system design and implementation, Energy efficiency
  • Mobile Software Systems
    • Mobile application development; Software for mobile web; Mobile website design; Software for smart devices; Software for embedded platforms; Requirements analysis and design; Mobile software testing/evaluation; Modelling of mobile systems.
  • Adaptive Approaches for Mobile Computing
    • Adaptive mobile applications; Adaptive websites, Adaptive behaviour modelling; Perception, awareness; Adaptive embedded applications; Adaptive fault-tolerance; Quality of experience in mobile systems; Simulation and modelling of adaptive systems; Situation-awareness
  • Middleware/SOA for Mobile Systems
    • SOA models and architectures; Web services; Semantic web in mobile systems; Service composition and service mashup; Middleware support for mobile web services; Search and discovery; Monitoring of services; Ontologies in mobile web; Agents and mobile web services
  • Context- and Location-aware Services
    • Context-aware services; Context models and reasoning techniques; Context-awareness in smart cities; Quality of context; Context-aware data analytics; Location-aware services; Context-aware mobile applications
  • Pervasive and Ubiquitous Applications
    • Software design, Models and archiectures, Data management, Scalability, Security, Privacy, Trust, Performance modelling and evaluation, Network and communication protocols, Location-awareness, Sensor networks and applications, Reliability and fault tolerance
  • Data management in the Mobile Web
    • Data models and architectures; Query Processing; Data integration; Mobile Transactions; Workflow Management; Data replication and migration; Reasoning in mobile environments; Performance and reliability in data management; Managing pervasive data; Data mining; Pay as you go data management; Data streaming
  • Mobile Cloud Services
    • Cloud services provisioning in mobile web; Mobile cloud ecosystem and evolution; Mobile Apps as SaaS; Business models for cloud services; Cloud services vs. local mobile services; Data models for mobile cloud; Smart phones in mobile cloud
  • Mobile Web of Things
    • Mobile Web and Internet Things; Things Management; Interaction Models of Things and people; Architectures for Internet of Things; Things Mashup; Business Models for Internet of things
  • Mobile Web Security, Trust and Privacy
    • Access Control; Anonymity; Authentication ; Data and application security; Data protection; Database security and privacy; Privacy; Security and trust policies; Security, privacy, and trust in data outsourcing; Trust management and reputation systems; Usability and security
  • Mobile Networks, Protocols and Applications
    • Cellular and mobile communications; Mobility protocols; Mobility modeling and management; Performance evaluation; VANET; Testing and monitoring of mobile applications; Fault tolerance of mobile services; Mobile content delivery networks
  • Mobile Commerce and Business Services
    • Business models and architectures; Business process management; Mobile payment methods; Mobile advertising and marketing; M-commerce case studies; Intelligent technologies for M-commerce; M-commerce and social networks
  • HCI in Mobile Applications and Socially Influencing Systems
    • Design methods, tools and techniques for HCI in mobile applications and socially influencing systems; Multimodal HCI design; Intelligent and adaptive user interfaces; Social influence through mobile interactions; HCI for mobile health applications; Persuasive mobile design for behavior change; Influential mobile interfaces and computer-moderated persuasion; HCI for urban mobility and bicycling applications; Mobile accessibility; Interaction methods; Alternative interfaces for mobile devices
  • Industry and Demos
    • This track invites papers with an industrial applications or demos of systems and applications.
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