Welcome to MCS 2010

1st IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Communications & Services (MCS 2010)

In conjunction with IEEE Globecom 2010, 6-10 December, Miami, Florida, USA






Recent advances in communications technologies have witnessed a growing and evolving multimedia content delivery market based on information gathering, manipulation, and dissemination. It is a fact that personal communications, computing, broadcasting, entertainment, etc. have turned into streams of multimedia content, and the various communication and network technologies have become the means to carry that content to a wide variety of terminals. Unlike traditional communication systems, a fundamental challenge for present and future communication systems is the ability to transport multimedia content over a variety of networks efficiently at different channel conditions and bandwidth capacities with various requirements of quality-of-service. There are many issues that need to be addressed, such as signal processing, collaborations, power management, flexible delivery, dynamic access, telecommunications, networking, etc., due to the multidisciplinary nature of the applications in advanced multimedia communications and services.

The goal of this workshop is to bring together the state-of-the-art research contribution that describes original and unpublished work addressing the new emerging techniques on multimedia communications and services. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following scopes:


  •  IPTV, 3DTV, and mobile TV-related efforts
  •  Enabling multimedia capability in E-healthcare, smart house
  •  Mobile and multimedia communications in sensor networks
  •  Frontiers in game theory and multimedia systems
  • Ubiquitous and “green” multimedia design networks
  • Energy-efficient and scalable control in wireless video terminals
  • Distributed video coding and dissemination in wireless networks
  • Multimedia communications in new emerging systems
  • QoS issue for wireless multimedia sensor networks
  • Collaborative in-network processing
  • Cross-layer design for multimedia communications
  • Distributed coding and joint source-channel coding
  • Signal processing for multimedia communications
  • Resource allocation and system scheduling
  • Security issue for multimedia communications


A submission is 5-standard IEEE conference page; one more paper may be allowed with additional publication fee.


Paper submission http://edas.info/

子页面 (2): committee submission