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RIT School of Media Sciences CMIC Seeks Position Papers

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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The RIT School of Media Sciences’ (SMS) Cross-Media Innovation Center (CMIC) is seeking position papers and original research for publication and presentation at the annual CMIC Summit held in Rochester, New York, October 9th and 10th 2013.

Presentations will be 30-minutes and articles published in the RIT CMIC Summit proceedings following the summit. Submission of articles from industry practitioners (graphic arts service providers and system providers (hardware and software), academics and university students are encouraged.

The CMIC research agenda studies the processes and practices that innovate, transform and connect within publishing, transactional, and promotional communications with a specific focus on the intersection between the business strategies and production variables of print, web, mobile, and social media. Specific areas of interest for this year’s summit include:

Business Strategy: Media Mix, Message, Audience, Metrics, Intent

Content: Content Types, Tools, Standards, Metadata, Editing, Asset Management, Rights Management, Transcoding, Analytics, Cost-ROI

Production: Technologies, Workflows, Automation, Standards, Materials, Process Control, Tools

Deployment: Channel, Fulfillment, Data Collection

Authors should submit a 250-500 word abstract in MS Word or RTF format to Nick Paulus @ NJPWML@RIT.EDU by August 15th 2013. Notification of acceptance to present will follow by or before August 30th.


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