Computational Sustainability Awards

Pervasive 2012 is joining with the Computing Community Consortium (CCC), to promote work at the intersection of computing and sustainability, on principles and applications that address environmental, economic, and societal needs in support of a sustainable future. A Pervasive awards subcommittee will identify Best Papers in this area and provide travel awards provided by CCC to authors of the best papers.

Submission Instructions

All submissions should be anonymised and formatted according to Springer LNCS format, using either Latex or Word. The page limit for a Full Paper is 18 pages. The page limit for a note is 8 pages. For deadlines, see the appropriate calls.

Please submit your paper as a PDF using Precision Conference:

Camera Ready

The proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer Verlag as a Lecture Notes in Computer Science volume.

Please submit the final camera-ready version of your paper including all the sources using Precision Conference website on or before February 28, 2012. We need two files from you:

  1. A zipped file containing all your LaTeX sources or a Word file in .doc format.
  2. PDF version of your camera-ready paper. Please do no put any page numbers, header and footer in your manuscript.

Please print and sign the Springer Copyright Form available at here and upload the signed electronic copy in PDF using Precision Conference. Only one form is usually needed and can be signed by the lead or contact author. The volume editors are Patrick Olivier, Antonio Krüger, Judy Kay, Paul Lukowicz and Hide Tokuda.

Springer has recently introduced an extra control loop: once data processing has been finished, they will contact all corresponding authors and ask them to check their papers. At that time your quick interaction with Springer-Verlag will be greatly appreciated.

Media Chairs

Nick Taylor, Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK
Alexander De Luca, University of Munich, Germany


Microsoft Research Nokia SiDE Culture Lab
Intel Qualcomm Computing Community Consortium