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    • Future Media & Imagingprocessing, analysis, transfer & applications Peter Schelkens UGent-MMLab, UGent-IPI, UGent-Medisip VUB-ETRO UA-Visielab IBBT, 03/05/2011, Brussels
    • Application and technology trends• Multimedia should become many-media• Expanding range of modalities, e.g. future media systems will include 3D support• Contextualization: the Internet of Things• Strong need for services to manage (and disseminate) enormous amounts of (meta)data efficiently;• Green ICT: future services should have a minimal ecological footprint• Evolution to flexible, many-core processors, reconfigurable processing, optical/quantum and biological or biologically-inspired processing requiring multi/interdisciplinary research
    • Mission statementThe Future Media & Imaging Research Departmentwill contribute to the realization of the overall IBBT mission,as its aim is to become a Center of Excellence for mediaresearch and applications.We shall not live on an island - our goal is to improveexisting media applications and to develop new ones,together with a wide variety of partners.(industrial partners going from SMEs to multinationals,publicly-funded and privately-owned actors, academic andR&D partners, ...)
    • Structure departmentFrom applications to research units Future Media and Imaging Research Department Research Units 4Media VICA QUANTI CALS Media Video and Quantitative Metadata- Representation, Image Content Tomographic based Content Transmission, Analysis Imaging Adaptation & Visualization Senses for and Forensics Likeable Systems TV, Multimedia Entertainment, Gaming Application Domains Global Content Management Multimedia Communication Media Production Biomedical Imaging Public Safety, Surveillance, Smart Environments Adrian Aleksandra Jan Sijbers Erik Munteanu Pizurica Mannens MMLab-IPI MMLab-IPI-Medisip- IPI-Medisip MMLab-Medisip -ETRO Visielab-ETRO -Visielab -ETRO
    • Research focus - 4Media Editing Transmission RepresentationCapturing Visualization Complexity Image Forensics Complete life cycle management of media objects, including all stages from capturing to representation while addressing E2E issues such as complexity and image forensics
    • Research focus - VICA Focus on content analysis and improvement: restoration and resolution enhancement, 3D video improvement, multi-modal/sensor biomedical signal/image analysis, multi-camera video analysis
    • Research focus - QuanTI• Multimodal imaging • functional imaging: PET/SPECT/fMRI • structural imaging: CT/MRI • biomedical signals: EEG. MEG• Preclinical molecular imaging• Biomedical Image/Signal Processing
    • Research focus - CALS Metadata oceans... new metadata modeling, collection, consumption, and interpretation technology is required in order to make it useful for content adaptation or even likeable systems Immersive technology (mixing real and virtual worlds, e.g. for gaming)
    • Collaboration between departments Multimedia Transmission Future Internet Multimedia Security, Legal Aspects SecurityOther IBBT Research Departments Biomedical Signal Processing Future Media and Imaging Department (cpaturing, analysis, e-Health representation, communnication & visualization) User & Usability Research, Business Modelling, Digital Society Regulatory Aspects
    • Conclusion Struggling with content? One address: IBBT-FMIhttp://media-creativity.com/?p=1506