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Topics/Call fo Papers


JUNE 30 - JULY 2, 2010


The synergy between the wireless systems such as 3G/4G wireless Internet and multimedia promises to bring a tremendous growth in mobile multimedia applications, such as mobile video conferences, mobile video games and mobile TV broadcasting. To support these multimedia applications, wireless systems must implement end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) support throughout all their underlying networks. However, the wireless channel unreliability and stringent delay constraints in mobile wireless multimedia systems are still significant obstacles for these applications and services. It has strong needs to develop novel wireless multimedia protocols for new applications and services in order to satisfy users’ future requirements. The workshop aims to seek for high quality submissions in both theoretical and practical research that can advance the future wireless mobile multimedia networking. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
- Mobile multimedia over wireless peer-to-peer (P2P) networks
- Rate control and adaptation for mobile wireless video
- Advanced multimedia coding algorithms
- Multimedia over Wireless ad-hoc networks
- Joint source-channel coding for reliable mobile multimedia delivery
- QoS signaling and protocols for mobile wireless multimedia
- Architectures for mobile wireless multimedia communications
- Mobile multimedia applications: Issues, Systems designs, Performance
- Adaptive/scalable multimedia applications for mobile computing environments
- Mobility and data traffic modeling
- Mobile Multimedia over wireless testbeds and related research infrastructures
- Multimedia security over wireless ad-hoc networks
- Applications, best practices, and standard's support
- Simulation, Implementation and Experimental Studies
- Software Architecture for Media Service
Works in other areas are also welcome. Only original and unpublished paper will be considered. All papers including results, figures and references are limited to 14 single-column pages and must be written in Springer LNICST Authors' Kit format. All papers must be submitted electronically through Mobilware conference site at

Important Dates:
Submissions: extended till April 30,
Decisions: May 15, 2010
Camera-ready: May 25, 2010
Early Registration: May 31, 2010
Workshop: June 30, 2010

General Chairs:
Honggang Wang, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Email:
Jinchun Xia, San Jose State University Email:
Program Chairs:
Wei Wang, South Dakota State University Email:
Shaoen Wu,University of Southern Mississippi Email:
Hong Liu, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Email:

Program Committee:
Dr. Sunho Lim, Texas Tech University
Dr. Yijuan Lu, Texas State University - San Marcos
Dr. Ju Liu, Shandong University
Dr. Naoki Wakamiya, Osaka University
Dr. Ioannis Andreopoulos, University College London
Dr. Tigang Jiang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC)
Dr. Paolo Bellavista Università degli Studi di Bologna
Dr. Rui L.A. Aguia Universidade de Aveiro
Dr. Suhair H. Amer Southeast Missouri State University
Dr. Harry Skianis University of Aegean
Dr. Amer Dawoud University of Southern Mississippi
Dr. Cheng Luo Coppin State University
Dr. Seema Verma Banasthali University-

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