UBICOMP 2002 
SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 1, DRAKEN CINEMA AND CONFERENCE CENTER, GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

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UBICOMP 2002 POSTER PROGRAM

After reviewing, a total of 27 posters were accepted for exhibtion at UbiComp 2002. There will also be an additional 8 poster presentations by the students at the Doctoral Consortium.

Poster abstracts will be published in the UbiComp 2002 Adjunct Proceedings. The best poster - voted for by the conference delegates - will receive a book gift certificate for £50, courtesy of Springer Verlag.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS


Analysis of Optimized Micro-Generator Architectures for Self-Powered Ubiquitous Computers
Paul Mitcheson, T. C. Green, E. M. Yeatman, A. S. Holmes, Imperial College, UK

BM3G: Innovative Business Models for 3G Mobile Applications and Services
Avi Wasser, University of Haifa, Israel
Maya Lincoln, The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

A Paper-Based Ubiquitous Computing Healthcare Environment
Magnus Bång, Erik Berglund, Anders Larsson, Linköping University, Sweden

Context, CC/PP, and P3P
Patrik Osbakk, Nick Ryan, University of Kent, UK

Controlling Your Environment Through Sketching
Edward Lank, Richard Augustine, Shi Chen, Heather Kane, Sandy Ngo, Joy Tutt, San Francisco State University, USA

Directed Information Harvesting
Geoff Lyon, John Grundbäck, Cyril Brignone, Salil Pradhan, HP Labs Palo Alto, USA

Fingermouse: A Wearable Hand Tracking System
Patrick de la Hamette, P. Lukowicz, G. Tröster, T. Svoboda, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

FLAME: An Open Application Framework for Location-Aware Systems
George Coulouris, Hani Naguib, Kam Sanmugalingam, Cambridge University, UK

Game Engines for Use in Context Aware Research
Perry McDowell, Andrzej Kapolka, Michael Capps, Mike Zyda, MOVES Institute, Naval Postgraduate School, USA

Intelligent Ubiquitous Computing to Support Alzheimer's Patients: Enabling the Cognitively Disabled
Don Patterson, Oren Etzioni, Dieter Fox, Henry Kautz, University of Washington, USA

iStuff: A Scalable Architecture for Lightweight, Wireless Devices for Ubicomp User Interfaces
Meredith Ringel, Joshua Tyler, Maureen Stone, Rafael Ballagas, Jan Borchers, Stanford University, USA

Miniaturised Modular Wireless Sensor Networks
John Barton, Kieran Delaney, Cian O´Mathuna, National Microelectronic Research Centre, Ireland
Joe Paradiso, MIT Media Lab, USA


Mobile Bristol: A New Sense of Place
Constance Fleuriot, Owain Jones, Bristol University, UK
Morris Williams, University of West England, UK
Keri Facer, Futurelab
Josephine Reid, Richard Hull, HP Labs Bristol, UK


Optimized Maintenance and Inspection of Distributed Processes Based on Local Tracking and Messaging
M. Polaschegg, M. Schmid, Ch. Steger, R. Weiss, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Principles of Context Inferences
Eleftheria Katsiri, University of Cambridge, UK

The Personality Analyzer
Carola Gustavsson, Alireza Haghighi, Christina Wisser, IT-University of Göteborg, Sweden

Plan-Aware Behavioral Modeling
Matthew Lease, Intel Research Seattle, USA

SiSSy - Smart-Its child Supervision System
Henrik Jernström, PLAY Studio, Interactive Institute, Sweden

SoundPryer: Joint Music Listening on the Road
Fredrik Axelsson, Mattias Östergren, Mobility Studio, Interactive Institute, Sweden

SpeakerPhone: a platform for dynamic human-navigable soundscapes
Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Stefan Agamanolis, Media Lab Europe, Ireland

Teaching a practical Ubicomp course with Smart-Its
Michael Beigl, Philip Robinson, Tobias Zimmer, Christian Decker, TecO, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Parsimony & Transparency in Ubiquitous Interface Design
Christopher Wren, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, USA
Carson Reynolds, MIT Media Lab, USA

The Sentient Car: Context-Aware Automotive Telematics
Pablo Vidales, Frank Stajano, Cambridge University, UK

Thin Silicon in a Novel 3-D format for implementation in Distributed Autonomous Micro Modules
Teresa Cussen, Bivragh Majeed, Kieran Delaney, Cian O'Mathuna, National Microelectronic Research Centre, Ireland

Toward A Better User Experience in Tele-education - Recent Advance in Smart Classroom Project
Weikai Xie, Yuanchun Shi and Guanyou Xu, Tsinghua University, China

Transmission Frequency Optimization for Ultra-low Power Short Range Wireless Communications
David Yates, A. S. Holmes, A. J Burdett, Imperial College, UK

WebSign II: A Mobile Client for Location based Services
Geoff Lyon, Mehrban Jam, Cyril Brignone, Salil Pradhan, HP Labs Palo Alto, USA

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM POSTERS

Ubiquitous Computing: Transparency in Context-Aware Mobile Computing
Louise Barkhuus, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Amplification of Reality: Computation as Material for Design
Jennica Falk, Media Lab Europe, Ireland

Using Internet Services to Manage Massive Evolving Information for Ubiquitous Computing Systems
Emre Kiciman, Stanford University, United States

Designing Pervasive Computing Technology - In a Nomadic Work Perspective
Jannie Friis Kristensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Digital Communication through Touch
Kurt Partridge, University of Washington, United States

Using Autonomous Agents to Maintain a User Presence in Ubiquitous Collaborative Environments
Marcela Rodriguez, CICESE, Mexico

A Framework for Intelligent Instrumented Environments
Christoph Stahl, Saarland University, Germany

Facilitating the Capture & Access of Everyday Activities
Khai Truong, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States