The First International Conference Cross-media Service Delivery
Jointly sponsored by (TBA)
Paper submissions due: January 15, 2003
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2003
Camera-ready final papers due: March 10, 2003
Diomidis Spinellis, AUEB
Co-chair: Maria Teresa Andrade, INESC Porto
Co-chair: Peter Olaf Looms, DR Interactive
Olivier Avaro, France Telecom, Research and Development (FRTD)
Javier Barria, Imperial College
Matthias Carlshon, T-online
Francisco Cercas, Instituto Superior Tecnico
Jaime Delgado, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Erina Ferro, CNUCE/CNR - Institute of National Research Council
Mario Guglielmo, Telecom Italia Labs
David Hole, Siemens - Stanford
Paul Kafno, HD Thames
Fillia Makedon, Dartmouth University
Carlos Morais Pires, ISCTE
Vasilis Prevelakis, Drexel University
Francesco Delli Priscoli, Universita' di Roma La Sapienza
Pedro Souto, University of Porto
Constantine Stephanidis, FORTH
Nuno Vasconcelos, Hewlett-Packard, Cambridge Research Laboratory
Giovanni Venuti, Telecom Italia Labs
Chair: Maria Tsakali, Intracom
Giorgos Zouganelis, AUEB
Ioulia Livaditi, AUEB
Maria Tsaousoglou, AUEB
Steering Committee Chair:
Georgios Doukidis, AUEB
CMSD 2003 seeks to present innovative,
significant research in the area of cross-media service delivery.
This will be a
2-day conference, featuring refereed paper presentations, demos,
poster sessions, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions.
The conference addresses systems issues in cross-media service delivery.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Media-industry business models
- Innovative applications and services
- Application servers
- Client-side technologies
- Content transformation technologies
- Serving people with disabilities
- Cross-media caching
- User-interface and Cognitive issues
- Mark-up languages and standards
- Service-definition frameworks
- Integrating secure access
- Software and hardware architectures
- Text processing and graphics algorithms
- Domain-specific approaches
- 3G and public wireless LAN adoption scenarios
- Location-based service differentiation
- Clustering and selection approaches
- Component-based systems
- Formal methods
- Concurrency and distribution methods
- Mobile systems
- Multimedia service provision of digital TV, 3G, and the Internet
- Interoperability issues
- Security and intelectual property rights of multimedia content
- Multimedia storage and retrieval
- Quality of service in heterogeneous and mobile networks
Please feel free to contact the Program Chairs at
firstname.lastname@example.org to determine appropriateness of your paper subject.
Best Paper Award
An award will be given at the conference for
the best paper overall.
What To Submit
Submissions should be full papers, 8-14
single-spaced A4 pages, including figures, tables, and
references, two-column format, using 10-point type on 12-point
Submissions will be judged on originality, significance, interest,
clarity, relevance, and correctness. We will have more detailed author
guidelines available here soon.
Submissions are due on January 15, 2003.
Accepted papers may be
shepherded through an editorial review process by a member of the
Based on initial feedback from the programme
committee, authors of shepherded papers will submit an editorial
revision of their paper to their programme committee shepherd by February
15, 2003. The shepherd will review the paper and give the author
additional comments. All authors (shepherded or not) will produce a
final camera-ready paper by March 10, 2003, for the conference
CMSD, like most conferences and journals, requires that papers
must not be submitted simultaneously to any other conference or
publication, that submissions must not be previously published, and that
accepted papers must not be subsequently published elsewhere. Papers
accompanied by non-disclosure agreement forms are not acceptable and
will be returned to the author(s) unread. All submissions will be held
in the highest confidentiality prior to publication in the Proceedings.
How To Submit
Authors are required to submit full papers by
January 15, 2003.
All submissions to CMSD 2003 must be electronic, in
PDF or MS-Word.
Please use this Web submission form.
Authors will be notified of receipt of submission via e-mail. If
you do not receive notification, contact the Program Chairs at
Do you have interesting work you would like
to share, or a cool idea that is not ready to be published? Poster
sessions are for you! Poster sessions, scheduled during the technical
sessions, introduce new or ongoing work. The CMSD audience provides
valuable discussion and feedback. We are particularly interested in
presentations of student work. To submit a poster, please send a
proposal, one page or less, by February 15, 2003, to the poster session
coordinator at email@example.com.
(BoFs) are very informal gatherings organized by attendees interested in
a particular topic. BoFs will be held in the evenings. BoFs may be
scheduled in advance
by contacting the programme committee chairs
or at the conference.
Complete programme and registration
information will be available in February 2003 on the conference Web
site. The information will be in both HTML and a printable PDF file.