The 18th International Conference on Mobile Computing & Multimedia (MoMM2020)

About MoMM


Designing and Developing Innovative Mobile and Ubiquitous Solutions to Advance Interactive Experiences and Social Good

Aims & Scope

During the last decade, mobile computing and multimedia have gone through massive advancements in terms of both hardware innovations and software solutions. The emerging and exponential technologies have accelerated research across a wide array of topics such as smart cities, digital twins, nanotechnology, augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence, chatbots and conversational interfaces, edge computing and serverless cloud computing. While the new technologies and developments have the potential to affect our lives and create positive social impact, they introduce huge challenges in terms of the design, underlying algorithms, implementation and technology adoption. MoMM provides an opportunity for researchers to present, share and discuss their research results and experiences with other researchers and experts in the same or similar fields.

MoMM2020 is the 18th in the series of the highly successful International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia. Recently, MoMM has been held in Munich (2019), Yogyakarta (2018), Salzburg (2017), Singapore (2016), Brussels (2015), Kaohsiung (2014), Vienna (2013), Bali (2012), Ho Chi Minh City (2011), Paris (2010) and Kuala Lumpur (2009). This year, Chiang Mai, Thailand will host MoMM2020. The MoMM conference series has provided opportunities to researchers, graduate students, and industry practitioners to address recent research results and current industry practices in the area of mobile computing and multimedia.

Topics of Interest

We invite two types of submissions: Full Technical Papers and Short Position Papers. A Full Paper should provide solid conceptual and theoretical foundation and substantial support for its results and conclusions as a significant contribution to the field. A Position Paper is not expected to be theoretically or empirically thorough, but represents an earlier stage of work. Examples are demonstration or prototype work, preliminary user studies, or work in progress, i.e. a report on the latest emerging ideas, approaches, methodologies, systems and application scenarios. Accepted papers from both categories will be published in the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series.

Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to

  • Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia
  • Internet of Things solutions and applications
  • Smart cities
  • Mobile sensing technologies and applications
  • Mobile healthcare applications
  • Wearable computing 
  • Mobile crowd sensing
  • Mobile multimodal interfaces
  • Chatbots and conversational interfaces
  • Cloud and edge computing
  • Immersive computing
  • Context-aware applications and recommender systems
  • Data Visualisation on mobile devices
  • Localization, positioning and tracking systems
  • Mobile distributed reasoning and processing
  • Spatial searching and routing
  • Multi-agent systems