NGMAST 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 2009 - Third International Conference on NEXT  GENERATION  
MOBILE  
APPLICATIONS,  
SERVICES  
and  
TECHNOLOGIES  
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15-18 September 2009, Cardiff, Wales, UK Cardiff Photos

UPDATE: Keynote Speakers

NGMAST'09 Final Programme

Technically co-sponsored by
the IEEE United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland Section Computer Chapter
the IEEE United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland Section Communications Chapter ;
the European Council for Modelling and Simulation (ECMS) and
SIP Forum
Proceedings published by IEEE Computer Society Press

Following the distinctive success of NGMAST’07 and '08, the NGMAST '09 Conference will be also held in Wales iconic building in Cardiff Bay, the Millennium Centre. Following the established tradition, NGMAST'09 will focus on all novel aspects of technology, application and service development within the Mobile and Wireless Communications community. It aims to bring together a wide spectrum of international experts from the fields of research, business and policy, to facilitate a creative forum for the promotion of collaboration and knowledge transfer. In particular it will facilitate a dialogue between Government, SMEs, major industry players and academia to help create pathways for the development of common goals in a convergent network environment.
The three day conference programme will combine keynote speakers from both industry and academia with a multi-track technical programme. There will be opportunities to attend interactive, high quality, peer reviewed sessions which will provide detailed insights from forward thinkers working in the themes of the conference. The conference will include a number of specialised workshops as well. Additionally there will be an exhibition for both international business and niche market SMEs to display their latest products and services and to undertake a range of networking opportunities.

The proceedings of NGMAST'09 will be published as IEEE Computer Society Press and on IEEE Xplore.

Previous NGMAST proceedings have been indexed by ISI - Thompson's Web of Science