9th Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems


(SEUS 2013)


will be held in Paderborn, Germany, during June 17th to 18th, 2013 (Tentative)

SEUS 2013 will be a forum where researchers and practitioners with substantial experiences and serious interests in advancing the state-of-the-art and the state-of-practice in the field of embedded and ubiquitous computing systems gather with the goal of fostering new ideas, collaborations, and technologies. We invite contributions that present advances in integrating the fields of embedded computing and ubiquitous systems. Industrial applications in the field are also encouraged. Papers can be of a conceptual, theoretical, application-oriented, standards-driving, innovative design or experimental nature, and should represent technological or scientific advances. SEUS 2013’s goal is to bring together researchers from all over the world, to foster a stimulating and fruitful exchange amongst researchers working on similar topics, to discuss ideas, exchange field experiences and to find solutions together to the problems facing software technologies for embedded and ubiquitous systems.
The SEUS 2013 deadline had been extended by two weeks. The paper submission is extended to February 3rd, 2013.

Program Chairs

Lynn Choi, Korea University, Korea
Raimund Kirner, University of Hertfordshire, UK


  • Suggested topics of interest include (but are not restricted to) the following:
  • Applications, Components, Services
  • Programming Languages, Models and Tools
  • Requirement Specification and Methodologies
  • Middleware and Operating Systems
  • Software Architectures and Software Engineering
  • Communication Networks
  • Wireless Sensor Networks and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  • Smart Phones, Smart TVs, and Smart Devices
  • Wearable Computing, Next Generation Computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Social Computing
  • Computer Architecture
  • Embedded Systems
  • Programming Paradigm for Multicores and Manycores

About Wilfried Elmenreich

Understanding the communication networks of the future.
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