The 3rd IEEE International Conference on Ubi-media Computing (U-Media 2010) July 5-6, 2010 Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua, China Dynamicity in the cyberspace can be modeled as a spatiotemporal suite of events populated by computing devices arrivals and departures, communication channels uses, and multimodal interactions. Contemporary ubiquitous devices unleash the boundary of one-to-one human-computer interaction. It has become a de facto style of facilitating social events, in which participants use several distributed devices opportunistically through multimodal adaptive interaction. How people access multimodal media in different contexts of use is key to deliver the appropriate interactive systems to humans. Ubi-media Computing, as it is bravely defined, explores challenging issues on how to bring together technologies for context adaptation, inter-device interaction, and media/data communication for the well-being of humans. The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE, with best papers to be recommended for publication in special issues of international journals. Topics of interests are divided based on four levels: Ubi-media Infrastructure * Heterogeneous Ubi-media Infrastructure * Ubiquitous Sensor Networks / RFID * New Ubi-media Devices * Multimedia Embedded Systems * Ubi-media Storage and Indexing * 3G and Advanced Communication Techniques * Cross-Network Communication Techniques Ubi-media Middleware * Context-Aware Multimedia * Cross-Network Media Server * Computational Intelligences in Ubi-media * Semantic Web and Knowledge Grid * Ubi-media Content Protection and Security * Privacy and Security in Ubiquitous Environments Ubi-media Human-Computer Interaction * Plasticity of User Interfaces * Dynamic composition of User Interfaces * Multimodal interaction * Social networks Ubi-media Applications * Ubi-media for Education * Ubi-media for Commerce * Ubi-media for Games * Ubi-media for Health Care * Ubi-media for Smart Home * Ubi-media for Citizens and E-Government Paper Submission: Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. All papers will be refereed by at least three members of the program committee. All submitted papers MUST be formatted according to the author guidelines provided by IEEE Computer Society Press (two-column format) and MUST NOT be longer than SIX pages. Important Dates: * Abstract deadline: 15 February 2010 * Regular paper submission: 22 February 2010 * Notification: 15 April 2010 * Camera-ready due: 30 April 2010 * Conference dates: 5-6 July 2010 Honorary Conference Chair: Benjamin Wah, UIUC, USA General Chair: Jianmin Zhao, Zhejiang Normal University, China Conference Co-chairs: Qing Li, City University of Hong Kong, HK Gaelle Calvary, Grenoble University, France Ishfaq Ahmad, UT Arlington, USA Program Co-chairs: Ralf Klamma, RWTH Aachen University, Germany Rynson Lau, City University of Hong Kong, HK Shu-Ching Chen, Florida Int?l University, USA Organization Chairs: Zhangxin Wu, Zhejiang Normal University, China Lanfang Miao, Zhejiang Normal University, China Workshop Co-chairs: Marc Spaniol, MPII, Germany Yueting Zhuang, Zhejiang University, China Publicity Co-chairs: Frederick Li, University of Durham, UK Rong-Chi Chang, Asia University, Taiwan Maytham Safar, Kuwait University, Kuwait Web and Media Chair: Jason Xue, City University of Hong Kong, HK Steering Committee Chair: Timothy Shih, Asia University, Taiwan Hosted by: Zhejiang Normal University, China Organizers: Zhejiang Normal University, China Hong Kong Web Society Supporters: IEEE China, IEEE Beijing City University of Hong Kong, HK Asia University, Taiwan