The International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU) provides a forum for discussion on recent advances in wired and wireless communication systems, audiovisual applications and content creation/delivery technologies, Internet services and interactive applications, as well as on tools and techniques for their performance evaluation and QoS/QoE validation under simulated and real conditions environments. It was launched in 2006 as a bi-annual international conference, motivated by the ever increasing interest in the above R&D fields, their strategic importance in humans’ everyday life and their impact on users’ personal and social activities. TEMU 2014 is Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE/ComSoc and will be held at Heraklion, Crete, Greece from 28 to 30 July 2014, providing three-days Scientific Program with regular and invited technical papers, key-note talks and panel discussions. In this respect, TEMU 2014 is soliciting papers describing original works, presenting consolidated results or bringing up innovative ideas, which are unpublished and not currently submitted for publication elsewhere, on topics, including but not limited to:
|• Pervasive Networks & Service Infrastructures||• Content aware networks & Network aware services|
|• Beyond NGN||• Software Defined Networks|
|• Ad-Hoc and Mobile Networks||• 3D/HD Media Creation and Delivery|
|• Satellite & Space Communications||• Service Architectures and Software Engineering|
|• Cognitive Radio & Dynamic Spectrum Access||• Multimedia Authoring Tools|
|• Optical Communications and Fiber Optics||• Testbeds and experimentation|
|• Broadcasting Future Media Internet||• Energy saving and green technologies|
|• Internet of Things||• Quality of Service and Quality of Experience|
|• Cloud Computing||• e-Services and Interactive Applications|
|• Network Virtualisation||• Security, Privacy and Billing|
The Call-for-Papers in PDF format can be found here.
|TEMU 2014 is finacially sponsored by||TEMU 2014 is technically co-sponsored by|
TEMU2014 is exclusively 100% financially sponsored by TEI of Crete, a non-profit Higher Education Institution in Greece.