Less than two months left until the 8th International Conference on Mobile Multimedia Communications! MOBIMEDIA 2015 is to take place in Chengdu, People’s Republic of China on May 25-27, 2015. Chaired by Prof. Honggang Wang, the conference aims at addressing a multitude of issues related to the successful acquisition, processing, transmission and delivery of multimedia content where the mobility of the users is a key feature.
What to expect from the conference? The conference promises to be a multidisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners interested in mobile and multimedia communications.
Networking and transmission mechanisms, application and Multimedia/channels coding paradigms, multimedia services, business models and concepts will be major conference topics that to be deepened during the three days of the International Conference.
Furthermore, the conference will host 4 special track:
- Special track 1: Next Generation Communications and Networking Technologies
- Special track 2: Data Mining in Social Multimedia,
- Special track 3: Video Transmission Mechanism over Wireless Networks
- Special track 4:Security and Digital Forensics of Mobile Multimedia Networking and Communications (SDFMMNC),
The conference will involve experts such as the two keynote speakers: Professor Nirwan Ansari, Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Shiwen Mao, McWane Associate Professor at Auburn University.
Why to attend the conference? Apart from the possibility to get immersed into the latest updates on cutting-edge research and socialize with the key experts of the field, all accepted papers will be published by ACM and selected papers will be invited to publish in the following journals: EAI Endorsed Transactions on Mobile Communications and Applications, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS FOR VIDEO TECHNOLOGY – Special Issue on “Visual Computing in the Cloud: Mobile Computing.” and IEEE TRANSACTION MULTIMEDIA – Special issue on “Cloud-based Video Processing and Content Sharing”.
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