We invite you to Bratislava to The 11th International Workshop on Multimedia Information and Communication Technologies, Redžúr 2017
Redžúr is an international workshop on multimedia information and communication technologies. Throughout its history, Redžúr has evolved from a narrow-focused workshop on signal processing into an international meetup of researchers in wide spread of fields covering signal and multimedia creation, processing and transmission across various media and underlying infrastructure. The 11th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing, Redžúr 2017, will be held in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic, on 19 May 2017 and hosted by the Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Bratislava.
The 11th International Workshop on Multimedia Information and Communication Technologies, Redžúr 2017, will be held in Bratislava on 19 May 2017 and hosted by the Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava.
Redžúr brings together researchers and developers from both academia and industry to report on the latest scientific and theoretical advances, to discuss and debate major issues and to demonstrate state-of-the-art systems. Now Redžúr is calling for papers about but not limited to the listed topics.
Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length, four-pages papers, including figures and references, to the Redžúr Organizing community. Only full papers after peer-review process will be accepted and published in Redžúr proceedings. Please note that the submission dates for papers are strict deadlines. Instructions for paper formating are available in the Redžúr 2017 template. The papers should be submitted electronically to email
You should use A4 paper size for your Redžúr 2017 paper and prepare it according to the Redžúr 2017 paper sample. The paper follows the standards of a IEEE conference paper.
Poster session will be held at the day of Redžúr Workshop as a form of common presnetation of the accepted papers. We therefore ask authors of the accepted papers to prepare presentation posters concerning their topic.
A PowerPoint template is provided below with the desired header to unify all posters. The poster printout will be carried out by the Organizing committee. Therefore, we ask the authors to submit their posters electronically to email@example.com by May 10, 2017.
If you choose to prepare and print your poster by your means, please notify us accordingly and bring your poster at the Workshop Day.
Here you can download the accepted and published papers from the 11th International Workshop on Multimedia Information and Communication Technologies, Redžúr 2017.
Use the button below to download the Redžúr 2017 Proceedings as one document containing all articles.
Here you can download separate articles presented at Redžúr 2017.
Bratislava is one of the youngest capitals in Europe and few people know that during the time it was called Pressburg or Pozsony it was one of the most important cities in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was a mixing pot of various nations and nationalities who lived together in peace and harmony. There is a saying that a true "Pressburgian" speaks four languages: Slovak, German, Hungarian and Mishmash. Even as recently as the 1980s you might hear how older Pressburgians in the street would say two words in German, two in Hungarian and two in Slovak all in the space of one sentence. That is what we mean by "mishmash".
Bratislava's location on the banks of the River Danube and at the crossroads of ancient trading routes right at the heart of Europe predestined it to become a meeting point of various cultures. It was the home of the Celts, the Romans, and the Slavs ... The reign of Maria Theresa is regarded as a golden era in the city's history. She was crowned Queen of Hungary in St. Martin's cathedral in Pressburg, just like the 10 other kings and 8 royal partners over the course of 300 years when Pressburg was in fact the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. The rich mix of cultures and nations not only left its mark in the language spoken here, but also in the customs, cuisine and lifestyle. Just like the Viennese, the people of Bratislava also enjoy promenading through the streets of the city centre, taking time out for a coffee in any of the many cafes. This part of the city is referred to as the Korzo and combines elegance with charm. Visitors say that the city has a relaxed Mediterranean type atmosphere. Bratislava is a seaside city without the sea.
Nowadays Bratislava is experiencing a boom once more. Buildings are popping up, deals being made, people studying, and everything is on the move. Experts regard it as one of the most dynamically developing and most prospective regions in Europe. It welcomes tourists, business people, and investors, who are attracted to this blooming city and its lively atmosphere. There are many cities in Europe that can boast their own special unique charm, and Bratislava is definitely one of them.
Bratislava is a city where you can spend a 24-hour day nonstop. Typical evening in Bratislava starts at its bars and pubs bordering especially narrow streets of the historical city, which are proudly dubbed Corso by citizens of Bratislava for decades. From April till late October, the streets and squares of the centre are made more attractive by lights coming from summer gardens and outside seats of pubs. Good concerts of local music bands can be best listened to at clubs reconstructed from shelters of civil defense from times of communist regime. And the night is still young, when citizens and visitors of Bratislava are going to some of trendy discos to pick up something of topical news of dance scene. Good local beer for 1 € and cocktail drinks of any kind for 2 - 3 € are worthwhile companions through the night of Bratislava.
Gregor Rozinaj Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic