Masters and Doctoral Colloquium
- The Ninth International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2007)
- The Fifth International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MoMM2007)
Call for Papers
MoMM2007 and MoMM2007 invite PhD and Masters students and candidates to present, discuss and defend their work-in-progress or preliminary results in front of an international and renowned audience of researchers and developers.
The colloquium will be organized in parallel to MoMM2007 and MoMM2007 conferences, which are going to take place 3-5 December 2007 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
PhD and Master students and candidates at all stages in the process are invited to submit a thesis position paper. The paper should not exceed 5 pages length, and should contain a problem statement, an overview of related work in the area, research methodology, current stage of the project and the expected contribution to the topics of interest supported by MoMM2007 and iiWAS2007.
Important Dates - EXTENDED DUE DATE
- September 1, 2007 - Papers Submission
- October 1, 2007 - Acceptance Notification
- November 1, 2007 - Camera Ready Submissions
MDC papers will be published by the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) firstname.lastname@example.org series. Authors of outstanding papers will be invited to submit an extended papers to distinguished journals.
Submissions will be reviewed carefully and the authors of accepted submissions will be asked to present at the colloquium in front of a panel, which consist of experts in the area.
Instructions and sample files are available for LaTeX and Microsoft Word. Please use one of the following templates for preparing your document:
- LaTeX style and template file [Download zip ]
- MS Word sample file and guidelines [Download doc | rtf | pdf ]
- Example of a well formatted paper.
Submissions and queries should be forwarded by email to the Chair of the Masters and Doctoral Colloquium.
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Phone: 61-3-99031916 Fax: 61-3-99031077