The First (and Hopefully the Last) Workshop on Mobile Systems for COVID-19 Response
In conjunction with ACM MobiHoc 2022, Seoul Korea
October 17th 2022
The First (and hopefully the last) Workshop on Mobile Systems for COVID-19 Response (MobiCOVID 2022), held in conjunction with ACM MobiHoc 2022, will gather academic and industrial experts to share their experiences in exploiting mobile computing and embedded sensing technologies to address the challenges raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The workshop will cover various topics from contact tracing applications, tools for efficiently analyzing COVID-19 related data to supporting systems that have contributed in connecting individuals during quarantine.
Specifically, MobiCOVID 2022 solicits papers in the following topics but are not limited to:
Contact tracing technologies for COVID-19
Data collection and analytics for COVID-19
System design and deployment experiences
IT-medicine collaborative efforts in tackling infectious diseases
Clinical support systems for pandemic response
System design for remote education
System design and implementation experiences to address challenges in the with-COVID-19/post-COVID-19 era
Submitted papers will be reviewed by a program committee and evaluated based on technical merit and innovation as well as their potential to stimulate interesting discussions and exchange of ideas at the workshop.
Papers being submitted to MobiCOVID 2022 should be in ACM conference format (double column) and should be no more than 6 pages in length (including references and all materials). Accepted abstracts will appear in the ACM Digital Library.
Paper submission: July 13, 2022
Acceptance notification: August 05, 2022
Camera ready submission: August 20, 2022
Workshop event: October 17, 2022
All manuscripts should be no more than than 6 pages using the ACM (sigconf) double column format and should include all text, figures, tables, and references. Manuscript submissions should be made through the MobiCOVID 2022 HotCRP site.
Hyogon Kim (Department of Computer Science, Korea University)
JeongGil Ko (School of Integrated Technology and Department of Biomedical Systems Informatics, Yonsei University)
Hassan Ghasemzadeh (Arizona State University)
Jun Han (Yonsei University)
Hyung-sin Kim (Seoul National University)
Tadashi Okoshi (Keio Univeristy)
Chenren Xu (Peking University)
(Additional PC members TBA)