1st Winter School on Multimedia Processing and Applications
Dublin, Ireland, January 6-8, 2014
Co-located with MMM 2014
We are pleased to announce the 1st edition of the
The winter school aims at offering participants from all over the world – both PhD/MSc students and young researchers – training on the latest technological developments in the area of multimedia processing (media analysis, media annotation, media rights management) and of emerging multimedia applications (in the Sensor Web, audiovisual archives, TV broadcasting, digital preservation and e-learning domains).
The school will combine delivering in-depth lectures with giving to its participants the possibility for gaining hands-on experience on the use of new multimedia processing techniques (e.g. media fragment annotation and re-use technologies), and on the effectiveness, privacy etc. issues that may arise. The latest R&D in EU funded projects and latest insights from experts in the industry domains which stand to benefit from these new technologies will help students to appreciate the state of the art and future chances for industry adoption. The school will also support the close interaction between the students and all participants of the MMM'14 conference; among other possibilities, all school's students will have the chance to bring a poster describing their current research work and present it in a joint winter school – MMM'14 poster session.
|Technical talks & hands-on on the first day||EU Project and Industry Insight on the second|
- meet international research colleagues also doing research in areas relevant to multimedia processing and applications
- share your research interests, achievements and challenges within the school and in a special session with the MMM 2014 conference
- get to interact with others who might share the same problems and have advice for your research
- connect with research and industry peers in a small and informal school setting, including EU project co-ordinators and multimedia experts
- socialise and have fun!