IEEE Pervasive Computing
In addition to full-length articles, IEEE Pervasive Computing has a range of departments:
Conferences: This department carries summaries of workshops, conferences, symposia and other gatherings related to mobile systems and pervasive computing. It covers aspects of these meetings not found in the proceedings, including demo sessions, poster sessions, panels, question and answer sessions, and social events.
Education & Training: The future scientists and engineers who will conduct research and develop pervasive computing products and systems require relevant educational experiences. Current practitioners also need training to expand their capabilities and effectiveness. This column provides an in-depth description of important and innovative educational programs to meet these needs. It describes relevant academic courses, student design projects, degree and certificate programs, training courses, and other relevant topics. The goal is to disseminate innovative ideas and success stories with the hope of expanding and improving education and training in pervasive computing for students and practitioners.
Innovations in Ubicomp: This department discusses interesting new products. It primarily presents evaluations written by the editors or independent parties and provides pointers to more information. If you know of a recently announced product that the readership might be interested in, please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notes from the Community: This goal of this column is to offer a curated summary of interesting news and research in pervasive and mobile computing, with content drawn from submissions from you—our community members and readers. Please visit the pervasive computing subreddit, available at www.reddit.com/r/pervasivecomputing.
Pervasive Health: This department covers pervasive computing in healthcare.
Wearable Computing: This department explores the attributes that make wearable computers a unique approach to ubiquitous computing and discusses current topics in the wearable computing field.
Each department is assigned to a specific department editor. If you'd like to contribute to a department, please contact email@example.com), and we'll direct you to the appropriate editor.