Welcome to LACNEM 2009

Welcome to the website for the 2009 Latin-American Conference on Networked and Electronic Media (LACNEM2009).

Over the last two decades, Networked Electronic Media (NEM) witnessed an explosive growth in both the diversity of techniques and its range of applications. This in turn resulted in economic growth and benefits for individuals and the society at large. NEM Technology embraces multimedia signal processing, media transmission and related services and applications. It considers a mix of media forms to be delivered seamlessly over heterogeneous networks which are transparent to the services yet hidden to the user. NEM also represent the convergence of existing and new technologies, including broadband, mobile and new media engineering across different ICT sectors, to create a new and exciting era of advanced personalized services.

The Latin-American Conference on Networked Electronic Media focuses on fostering close links between Latin-American and non Latin-American players from academia and industry. LACNEM intends to provide an ideal forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to discuss results and advancements in the field in a high quality, peer reviewed environment. As a challenge for 21st Century, LACNEM provides a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to discuss results and advancements in the field of technologies associated to storage, access and processing medical images.

Important Dates

Submission of full papers: 18th of May, 2009
Notification of acceptance: 2nd of June, 2009
Camera-ready copy Due: 10th of July, 2009
Author registration: 15th of July, 2009

Oficcial Languages

English and Spanish

Organisation and Sponsors

LACNEM 2009 is a forum for EU-LA cooperation facilitated by the FP7 Support Action SALA+, funded by the EU commission. It is organized by Universidad Nacional de Colombia, campus Bogotá, and Universidad del Valle, in colaboration with Queen Mary University of London, Northwestern University Chicago and Sala+ . The conference will take place in the colonial city of Bogotá-Colombia.


Last Update: February 9, 2009