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Electronic Media is related to the storage and delivery of multimedia data using
electromechanical energy to access the content.
Networked and Electronic Media (NEM) is the
convergence of media, communications, consumer electronics, and information technology by
taking advantage of generalised broadband access, increased mobility, availability of richer
media formats and contents, as well as new home networks and communications platforms.
The Latin-American Conference on Networked Electronic Media focuses on fostering close links
between Latin-American and non Latin-American players from academia and industry and
intends to provide an ideal forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to discuss results
and advancements in the field of Networked and Electronic Media (NEM), in a high quality and
peer reviewed environment.
Full papers (max 6 pages) on all aspects of Networked and Electronic Media, from academia, industry, NGOs
and others should follow the conference's guidelines for formatting (based on the IEEE 2-column format) and must be submitted as PDF
documents via the online submission system (to be open later in the year).
Accepted papers in English will be considered to be indexed by INSPEC (and then normally in IEEE Xplore and Scopus), provided that for each paper at least one author is registered.
An indicative, not exclusive, list of relevant topics is:
Linguistics Engineering & Information Retrieval
- Visual and Semantic Information Retrieval
- Question Answering
- Natural Language Processing Applications
- Automatic Summarization
- Machine Translation
- Information Extraction
- Sentiment Analysis
- Semantic similarity
Video & Image analysis and processing
- Image Processing
- Video Understanding
- Applications in Environmental Science, Biology and Medicine
- Cross-Layer and Cross-System Optimization
- Dynamic Resource Management and Bandwidth Assignment for Multimedia in heterogeneous Wireless Networks
- IMS for Multimedia Services in Next Generation Networks
- Interactive Storytelling
- Multimedia Signal Processing
- Multiview Stereo, Advanced Rendering and Visualization
- Novel Networked Media Systems to Support Human Creativity at the Cross Roads of ICT and Arts and Design Research
- Personalized Access to Media Systems
- P2P Multimedia
- QoE Multimedia for Future Internet
- Security Mechanisms and Mobility Management in Cooperative Networks
- Trust, Privacy, Security and Protection of Multimedia
- User and Device Location in Next Generation Networks
- User interface design and evaluation
- User Generated Content Creation, Management and Consumption Systems