Student Volunteer Info and Application Form

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Application Deadline: June 15, 2010. Register at
Notification: July 2010

To make the Ubicomp 2010 conference a success, we need your help! We are currently looking for 18 student volunteers to help out with practical matters for a total of 12 hours distributed over the four days of the conference.


Being a student volunteer is a great way to enter the interdisciplinary field of Ubiquitous Computing, get to know a range of practitioners and learn about cutting-edge research in the field. You will join a team of students from all parts of the world in making this year’s conference a great success. The networking benefit of being a student volunteer is invaluable. You will get the chance not only to work with like-minded peers, but also to connect to senior researchers and industry partners. So sign up as a Student Volunteer and help us make the Ubicomp 2010 conference a great success!


Volunteers must commit to approximately 12 hours of work at the conference between September 26 and 29, 2010, in Copenhagen, Denmark.


For your help at the conference, you will get, for free:

• the conference registration
• a conference reception ticket
• lunch and coffee throughout the conference
• a Ubicomp 2010 student volunteer T-shirt
• an invitation to the exclusive student volunteer party

… and above all, a great opportunity to meet both new and established members of the Ubiquitous Computing community!

Accommodation will be available for inexpensive rates through a local youth hostel in walking distance to the conference site. Accepted student volunteers will have access to the SV mailing list to foster a sense of community before and during the conference.


You should be a M.Sc. or Ph.D. student during the 2009-2010 academic year. Students from a range of disciplines are encouraged to apply. No prior experience is required. We are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and smart people. Excellent capability to communicate in English language is a basic criteria. Volunteers must commit to 12 hours of work at the conference between September 26 and 29, 2010, in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Silvia Lindtner
University of California, Irvine
Thomas Pederson
IT University of Copenhagen

List of accepted applicants

Julie Rico
Juan David Hincapie Ramos
Nervo Verdezoto
Marshini Chetty
Sidhant Gupta
Johnny Rodgers
Jo Vermeulen
Louise Petersen Matjeka
Lizbeth Escobedo
Elena Nazzi
Simone Mora
Luis Roalter
Vrishti Gulati
Stephanie Rosenthal
Naveen Bagalkot
Naja Holten Moller
Morten Esbensen
Tricia Wang