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Abstract—This department presents publishing opportunities to multimedia researchers and announces pertinent upcoming conferences.
Keywords—call for papers, conferences, workshops, Upcoming Events, graphics and multimedia
Research related to mobile computing has become increasingly important with the widespread drive toward mobile ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, and vehicular network-tracking technologies and applications. The availability of high-bandwidth 3G infrastructures and the pervasive deployment of WiFi and WiMAX around the world serve to accelerate the progression of mobile computing into ubiquitous computing. The WiMob 2010 conference will address these issues in three main areas: wireless communications; mobile networking, mobility, and nomadicity; and ubiquitous computing, services, and applications.
For more information visit http://conferences.computer.org/wimob2010/.
IEEE Globecom is the flagship conference of the IEEE Communications Society. This year, this telecommunications event for industry professionals and academics is organized around a specific theme: "Miami: Moving Into the Age of Mobile Interactivity." The conference will cover the entire range of communications technologies, offering information on the latest developments in voice, data, image, and multimedia. Technical symposia will focus on technology trends in recent communications research and development being conducted in academia and the industrial laboratories throughout the world.
For more information visit http://www.ieee-globecom.org/2010/.
Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society; Asia University, Taiwan; and IEEE Tapei Chapter, ISM is an international forum for researchers to exchange information regarding advances in the state of the art and practice of multimedia computing, as well as to identify emerging research topics and define the future of multimedia computing.
For more information visit http://ism2010.asia.edu.tw/.
The MMM conference series provides a forum to discuss the effective modeling of multimedia systems, information, and users. The theme for the upcoming event is modeling. In particular, the conference format will focus on the efficient representation, processing, interaction, integration, and retrieval of multimedia information, along with coverage of systems, users, and related issues. The conference is organized under the umbrella of the Computer Graphics Society.
For more information visit http://mmm2011.org/.
The ACM MMSys conference will provide a forum for researchers, engineers, and scientists to present and share their latest research in multimedia systems. While research about specific aspects of multimedia systems is regularly published in the various proceedings and transactions of the networking, operating system, real-time system, and database communities, MMSys aims to focus on a common element in each of these domains: namely, multimedia data types. The conference will provide an opportunity to view the intersections and interplay of the various approaches and solutions developed across these domains to deal with multimedia data types. Authors are encouraged to submit papers related to the conference topic. The submission deadline is 24 September 2010. Visit http://www.mmsys.org for more information on paper topics and length.