Think Services, organizer of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) (and also owner of Gamasutra), announced a call for submissions for next year's GDC Mobile event, asking for proposals on possible 45-minute lectures and roundtables with mobile gaming topics.
The GDC Mobile conference gathers creators, publishers, and distributors of mobile game applications of all kinds -- from conventional cellphones through iPhone, Android, and beyond -- to discuss the future of the medium.
The event's board of advisors encourages industry members to submit any ideas, visions, innovative concepts, hard-earned wisdom, or urgent issues that they'd like to share with their colleagues.
Interested speakers and presenters should note that the deadline for these abstracts to be submitted is October 10th, 2008.
The advisory board reviewing submitted proposals is interested in discussions covering new platforms such as the iPhone, game design, programming, deals and distribution, production, and original innovation.
The upcoming GDC Mobile will take place during the first two days of Game Developers Conference 2009, which will run from March 23 to 27 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
For more information on submission requirements, benefits, and the selection process, visit the official GDC Mobile 2009 Call for Submissions Guidelines