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UbiComp 2001 Details

UbiComp 2001 was held from September 30-October 2 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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General Chair

Gregory D. Abowd, Georgia Tech

Program Co-Chairs

Steve Shafer, Microsoft Research

Barry Brumitt, Microsoft Research


Albrecht Schmidt, University Karlsruhe, Germany

Proceedings Coordinator

Barry Brumitt, Microsoft Research

Workshops and Technical Notes

Anind Dey, Georgia Tech

Joe McCarthy, Accenture

Student Volunteers

Khai Truong, Georgia Tech

Local Administration

Joan Morton, GVU Center, Georgia Tech


Jason Brotherton, Georgia Tech

Program Committee

Steve Shafer, Microsoft Corp., USA

Tim Kindberg, Hewlett-Packard Corp., USA

Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab, USA

Lars Erik Holmquist, Interactive Institute, Sweden

Brian Noble, U. Michigan, USA

Jun Rekimoto, SONY CSL, Japan

Jim Crowley, INRIA Grenoble, France

Chandra Narayanaswami, IBM Research, USA

Yoichi Takebayashi, Toshiba Corp., Japan

Masaaki Fukumoto, NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Labs, Japan

Armando Fox, Stanford U., USA

Paddy Nixon, U. Strathclyde, UK & NMRC, IE

Nigel Davies<, Lancaster U., UK

Aaron Bobick, Georgia Tech, USA

Norbert Streitz, GMD-IPSI Darmstadt, Germany

Wendy Mackay, INRIA Paris, France

Sumi Helal, U. Florida, USA

Xu GuangYou, TsingHua U., China

Dai Guo-Zhong, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Beth Mynatt, Georgia Tech, USA


Attendance data is not available for UbiComp 2001

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