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AISB event Bulletin Item

Cfp: Multimedia Systems and Applications (SPIE)


in SPIE OpticsEast Conference

9-12 September 2007
Seaport World Trade Center,
Boston, Massachusetts USA

New frontier in multimedia experience is continuously emerging with 
exciting prospects that promise delivery of contents in a ubiquitous 
way. This conference brings together practitioners and researchers 
working in all aspects of multimedia content creation and content 
dissemination. This conference will serve as a forum for exchange of 
novel ideas on multimedia application development, multimedia 
communication networks, strategies for the communication of multimedia 
information, security issues related to the distribution of multimedia 
and standards and issues relevant to the multimedia data types. 
Presenters are encouraged to demonstrate their solutions, the underlying 
concepts behind these technologies, and the compromises required when 
implementing such technologies within the real-world resource constraints.

Prospective authors are requested to submit an extended one- to two-page 
summary as a supplemental file at the time of submission. The additional 
information is intended to assist with the review process.

Abstract submission details and more information about the conference 
can be found at:

Deadline for abstract submission: 26 February 2007

Best regards,


Selim Aksoy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor               Phone: +90-312-2903405
Bilkent University                Fax:   +90-312-2664047
Dept. of Computer Engineering     Email:
Bilkent, 06800, Ankara, Turkey