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3D Research

3D Research

Editor-in-Chief: Eun-Soo Kim

ISSN: 2092-6731 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13319

Call for Papers

We welcome submissions in all areas of 3D research.

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Recent trends in Multimedia Tools for Applications in Medical and Surveillance Technology (MTAMST) 

Multimedia plays a vital role in today’s technology for their enhanced level of interactivity. The multimedia inherits the vast application such as; biometric recognition, 3D- printing, graph processing, surveillance and security, medical appliances and so on. The research in the field of medical and security based on the multimedia tool is popular and have been modernizing day to day. The developed modernized multimedia application serves human in many ways and can provide an efficient outcome. Even though, bringing the multimedia to global fabrication is annealing. In this regard, a common platform is always in need to share the views of different researchers relating to the complicated facets of multimedia tools in the application of medical and surveillance.
Therefore, the objective of this special issue is to address and disseminate the issues in multimedia tools in the applications of medical and surveillance. In this special issue, we would like to welcome potential researchers and authors to submit original research and review articles which explore medical and surveillance application using multimedia tools which should benefit the humans. Papers may describe design, visual modeling, simulation, experiment and optimization of data and quality management, prediction models for structure, motion, optical flow, architecture multilayer integration of audio and video and be segmenting and vector components.

All inquiries should be directed to the attention of the Guest Editors:

Dr. Manoharan Rajesh, Professor and Head
Dept of Computer Science and Engineering, KRS College of Engineering, Vandavasi, India.
President, RAGA Academic Solutions, Chennai, India.
Email: cserajeshmanoharan@gmail.com / Cell: +91 9788888588
Dr. Jafar Ahmad Abed Alzubi, Professor
Dept of Telecommunications, Wake Forest University, LCBN, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA.
Email: jafarahmadabedalzubi@gmail.com
Dr M.S. Saleem Basha, Professor, Head of Research.
Mazoon University College, Airport Heights, Al Seeb,
PO Box: 101, PC: 133, Muscat. Oman
Email: mssaleembasha1@gmail.com

2019 Collaborative Conference on Materials Research (CCMR) 

With the success of previous collaborative conference series since 2011, CCMR 2019 will continue providing interdisciplinary forum for the open communication in understanding physical, chemical, and biological materials of any compositions and morphologies, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, oxide materials, polymer, molecules, nanoparticles, nanowires, and quantum dots. Materials research, the sciences and technologies for the generation, processing, and fabrication of materials, is where disciplines merge and where they diverge into a remarkable range of applications from electronics to health care that touch, or will soon touch, the lives of millions.
This collaborative conference series is established to enable technological developments in the various fields of materials and to further the goal of unifying materials research in engineering, physics, biology, materials science, as well as chemistry and neuroscience. CCMR 2019, as the ninth conference in this series, offers materials researchers the opportunity to discuss and exchange information with the frontiers in their fields and network with scientists from various other fields for potential interdisciplinary collaborations.
The Collaborative Conference on Materials Research 2019 will take place between 03 – 07 June 2019 at the Kintex in Goyang Gyeonggi, South Korea.

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    3D Research (3DR) is the first journal devoted to materials and technologies for the generation, processing, and display of information in three dimensions. The journal spans disciplines and applications areas, emphasizing research that seeks to enable technological developments in the field of 3D and to further the goal of unifying 3D research in engineering, physics, materials science, chemistry, as well as psychology and neuroscience.

    3DR provides an international forum for the rapid publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed research. Original research papers are published as 3DR Express. 3DR Commentaries are invited personal viewpoints and perspectives addressing topics of general interest to the 3D community and highlighting new areas of science. 3DR Commentaries are typically commissioned by the Editorial Board but unsolicited submissions are also welcome. 3DR Review is a format that focuses on the summarization of currently well-established theoretical and experimental results. 3DR Reviews are commissioned solely by the Editorial Board.

    Key features:

    • First journal to focus on the burgeoning field of 3D information science and technology 
    • Emphasizes research that seeks to uncover the science underlying technological advances  
    • Covers all application areas from consumer electronics to biomedical imaging
    • Offers rapid review and publication
    • Availability through SpringerLink ensures worldwide visibility for your work

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