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The 13th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing deals with the different aspects related to ubiquitous sensors, devices, networks and information and services.

Authors are encouraged to submit unpublished original research works in one of the following nine tracks.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Track 1: Smart Objects and Interactions 
- Electronic Labels, Cards, E-Tags and RFID 
- Embedded Chips, Sensors, and Actuators 
- MEMS, NEMS, Micro and Biometric Devices 
- Smart Appliances 
- Wearable Devices 
- Material, Textile, Cloth, Furniture, etc. 
- Embedded Software and Agents 
- Interaction to Smart Objects and Devices 
- Smart Object OS and Programming 
Track 2: Smart Systems and Services 
- Sensor, Ad Hoc, and P2P Networks 
- Wearable, Personal and Body Area Systems 
- Smart Systems Programming Models and Methodologies 
- Intelligent Services and Architectures 
- Agents Systems and Architectures 
- Swarm Intelligence 
- Context-aware Systems 
- Big Data in Ubiquitous Systems 
- Nature-inspired Intelligent Systems 
- Knowledge Representation and Reasoning 
Track 3: Smart Environments and Applications 
- Urban Computing and Smart City 
- Smart Home, Office, Laboratory, and Shop 
- Intelligent Traffic and Transportation 
- Intelligent Energy Consumption 
- Intelligent Environmental Protection 
- Smart Healthcare 
- Smart Education 
- Pervasive Games and Entertainment 
- Smart Public Safety and Security 
Track 4: Personalization and Social Aspects
- Social Computing 
- Mobile Crowd Sensing 
- Ubiquitous Computing for Computational Social Science 
- Location-Based Social Networks 
- Human Mobility Modeling and Mining
- Human centered computing 
- Context-aware Computing 
- Recommendation Systems for Ubiquitous Computing 
- Human-centric Sensing 
- Intelligent Socially-aware and Community-aware Systems 
- Security, Privacy, Safety and Legal Issues 

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