Posted by brinkley
on September 30, 2008 at 10:35 PM PDT
The Mobile, Media, and eMbedded (M3DD) call for papers is closed. (Well almost) Thus far we have 51 submission but I'm guessing there are few more out there. If so hurry up.
It's a 11:19pm MST and right now we have 51 submissions for the Mobile, Media, and eMbedded Call for papers. That's a little bit less than the 64 we had last year, but my guess is that by the time the night is over and the known and unknown stragglers show up we will be right around 60 submissions for the conferences crack staff of experts to start fleshing out the conference come Monday morning.
Right now we have 36 technical sessions; 13 lightning talks, and 3 poster sessions. Like last year we have presentations submitted from Europe, the Middle East, Brazil, the US and Canada. You can see a full list of presentations here and look at the entries for September and August. Anyone who submitted a proposal should check to make sure we have their submission. We've done our best but something might have slipped though the cracks. If so let us know.
Alright, so what do you do if you missed the September 30 deadline? Get your act in gear as quickly as possible and submit your proposal immediately. As I said earlier the team will start reviewing Monday morning and the later you wait the more difficult it is to consider your proposal. Even if all you can do right now is provide us with placeholder do that.
This is shaping up to be another great conference and we look forward to everyone's participation. Early Bird registration will be beginning soon. Keep watching my blog, the Mobile & Embedded Community Home page and the conference web site for registration details.