Mobilfest 2010 [br Sao Paulo + Rio]

mobile.jpgV MOBILEFEST 2010 :: Call for Papers, Projects, Prototypes, Products, Solutions, Mobile Applications — Deadline: March 31, 2010 :: Sao Paulo, April 15-18, 2010; and in Rio deJaneiro, May tba.

Theme: How can mobile technology contribute to democracy, culture, art, environment, peace, education, health and the Third Sector?

Key Words: 3g, mobile applications, interactive architecture, electronic art, mobile activism, bluetooth, cyber culture, live cinema, mociology, culture, democracy, inclusion design, ecology, education, d-i-y, gprs, gps, LBS, innovation, mobile and wireless games, lbs, locative, geotagging, electronic music, mobile music, m-health,_m-payment, m-gov, mobile narrative, peace, interactive net performances with mobile and wireless devices, interchange, video production and distribution, augmented reality, open wireless, mesh, social nets, rfid, expanded classroom, health, sms, mobile streaming, wearable technolgies, tendencies, third-sector, citizen video, video call, TV on mobile, wi-fi, wi-max, zigbee, etc.

International Seminar and Exhibition : This seminar attracts leading academics, researchers and other serious-minded people engaged in the pursuit of knowledge related to mobile technology. Mobilefest seeks papers for live presentation. For the participation at the exhibition with interactive installations, performances or urban interventions send a detailed technical rider: installation plan, photos, video and complete description.

Past Topics: Activism, art and technology, democracy, digital divide, ecology and e-waste, games and behavior, inclusive design, innovation, locative media, licensing, m-government, m-learning, mobile art, mobile marketing, mobile music, network culture, new forms of distribution, performance, rfid, video mobile production, wearable technology, wireless cities.

Criteria: Papers should be of an academic or serious research nature. Papers should address current topics of direct relevance to Mobilefest’s theme. Abstracts should be at least 500 words. Final papers should be at least 1000 words long, and authors should be prepared to deliver a presentation limited to 30 minutes.

Technical Specifications: Papers may be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English. Abstracts and final papers should be sent as email attachments in .TXT, .RTF, .DOC or PDF format. Presentations must be delivered in Portuguese or English. Presentations will be limited to 30 minutes total.

Deadline: Abstracts must be received no later than 31st March 2010. Abstracts will be selected for presentation by 5th April 2010. Notification will be made via this website, as well as to the applicant’s listed contact email.

Registration for Authors: Registration must be received by 31st March 2010. Please submit the following information via email to

Author’s Full name:
Email address:
Optional 2nd email address:
Postal address:
Postal Code:
Landline telephone number:
Mobile number:

Please mark in which Mobilefest you’d like to present your work:

____Sao Paulo
____Rio de Janeiro

Abstract Category (Please mark all that apply):
____Third Sector
____All **

MOBILEFEST is a transdisciplinary event. The more interconnection of information, the better.

Short biography of principal author:

Abstract (minimum 500 words):

Also another version will take place in Sao Paulo on the second semester, so the call for papers and projects
( is valid for up to 3 different events in 2010.

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