The Fourth International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing & Multimedia (MoMM2006) will be held on 4-6 December 2006, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
The conference will be held in conjunction with the Eighth International Conference on Information Integration and Web Based Applications & Services (iiWAS2006) to be held also on 4-6 December 2006, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Conferences News in Indonesian Media
- Opening ceremony and the first day conference.
- The second day conference.
- Conferences dinner.
- Closing Ceremony
- All photos in UAJY Websites
Conferences @ Glance
- Over 150 presentations from over 40 countries in 35 technical sessions at iiWAS2006/MoMM2006 and related workshops
- 5 exciting keynotes, 2 Tutorials, 5 Workshops, ERPAS Symposium, and Masters and Doctoral Colloquium
- Welcoming Cocktail with the King of the Historical Sultanate of Yogyakarta at the opening ceremony
- Bazar Jajan Pasar (Market of Javanese Traditional Snacks) Welcome Reception on at 18h00 on December 4th
- Conference Dinner and Traditional Ramayana Ballet at Prambanan Temple complex on December 5th
- A selection of superior hotels at discounted rates for conference participants
- Optional pre and post conference tours
- Best paper awards at iiWAS 2006 and MoMM 2006.
- List of selected papers published in special journal issues.
- A message from Governor Yogyakarta Special Region
- Please refer to the venue page on how to access the conference venue
- For travel, accommodation, domestic flights please refer to the accommodation page or contact our official travel agent MDL (accommodation[AT]iiwas.org).
- For visa requests, please refer to the travel and transportation page, fill in the visa letter form and send it to visa[AT]iiwas.org
Yogyakarta or simply Yogya, is the main tour destination in Java island of Indonesia. Located at the foot of the active Merapi volcano, Yogyakarta is a city with outstanding history and cultural heritage. Yogyakarta was the central of the ancient Mataram palace (1575-1640), and till now the kraton (the sultan's palace) exists in its real functions. Besides, Yogyakarta has numerous thousand-year-old temples as inheritances of the great ancient kingdoms, such as the Borobudur, and Prambanan temples.
In addition to being a cultural city, Yogyakarta is popular for being a students city. There are 83 private and public universities and higher education institutions embodying more than 267.562 students from all over Indonesia and the world.
Gamelan, classical and contemporary Javanese dances, the wayang kulit leather puppet theater and other expressions of traditional art will keep the visitor spellbound. Local craftsmen excel in the arts of batiks, silver and leather work.
Within the culture of Yogyakarta, there still live a lot of legends such as the believed mystical relationship of Mount Merapi the volcano, "The Lord of the Southern Ocean", and the Sultan - king of the Yogyakarta kingdom.
The conference will be held under the auspices of His Excellency Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, king of the historical sultanate of Yogyakarta and also the elected governor of the modern Special Region of Yogyakarta.
Workshops to be held in conjunction with MoMM2006
- SIIK2006, The International Workshop on Semantic Information Integration on Knowledge Discovery
- MoMIR2006, The International Workshop on Mobile Multimedia Information Retrieval
- SoC-06, The International Workshop on Systems-On-Chips
- BWCCA-2006, The International Workshop on Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications
- TwUC-06, The International Workshop on Trustworthy Ubiquitous Computing
- MDC2006, iiWAS2006 and MoMM2006 Masters and Doctoral Colloquium
In Conjunction with
The Eight International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Application & Services (iiWAS2006)