About

There is a huge need of research on, for example, new ways of knowledge representation for multimedia data, nature-inspired algorithms to process data, new learning models and efficient inference methods for multimedia networks. Use of advanced technologies of multimedia can also overcome the burden of chronic disease by development of a system to monitor biomedical signals and medical images. There is also a dire need to substantially improve human recognition and authentication capabilities in the critical and challenging areas ranging from individual threat, privacy to law enforcement, border control and security at the global level. With the aim to provide participants with an in-depth picture on the state-of-the-art in new and emerging areas of Multimedia Processing and Analysis, InterMedia (Internet of Multimedia) Research Group, LNMIIT, plans to organize a three day International Workshop on Multimedia Applications (IWMA 2020).

Key Objectives

  • To provide participants with an in-depth picture on the state-of-the-art in new and emerging areas of Multimedia Processing and Analysis
  • To provide research and application oriented learning for secure and healthy society using intelligent systems
  • To impart hands-on sessions on tools for bimetrics, biomedical engineering and intelligent multimedia
  • To provide the academic body of knowledge on IT-enabled transformation in public services