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University of Reading

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Intelligent Media Systems and Services (IMSS) of University of Reading is a member in CALLAS. IMSS is a multi-disciplinary research centre, part of the Computer Science Department, School of Systems Engineering at the University of Reading, UK.

The centre has a track record of global-scale research collaboration within a network of networks that includes key industrial sectors, as well as major multi-national corporations, and, leading intermediary organisations in the public and private sectors worldwide.

IMSS researchers contribute to innovative research and to the Informatics and Computing field for regional, national and international collaboration in research and its application to real-world industrial and social challenges in the emergent Information Society. Reference fields are:
  • Secure, Semantic, Creative, Collaborative Social Spaces Computing, Model-Driven & Service-Oriented Architectures – Agent Technologies, Ontological Networks Engineering and Virtualisation
  • Privacy enhanced Trusted Personalised Context aware Interaction, User-Intimate Systems, Dynamic Usability Modelling & Mining, Behaviour Modelling & Usability evaluation in networked data intelligence architectures, forensics and Surveillance computing, AAA- Identity Management.
  • Distributed Databases and Multimodal Multimedia Information Retrieval, Smart Transcoding, and Mobile Media Distribution- Real-time Video Streaming, QoS, SLA, DRM
  • Speech & Image Processing, Pattern Recognition & Machine Learning, Multi-Level Data Fusion, Scene Analysis Context-sensing, Situational Awareness, Natural Language Processing
  • Networked Enterprise Collaborative Workflow Integration, Semantic Architectures and middle/upper-ware for self-evolving Adhoc, BAN, P2P, A2A networks, Security and Dependability Protection Services Contracting, Dynamic Scheduling, Optimisation, Simulation & Decision Support
  • Embedded Systems Design, Lab-on-Chip and Sensor Technologies for Real-Time Adaptive Telematic Systems exploiting FPGA and Semantic Integration Technologies.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 09:21