Book Series: Emerging Media Technology and User-Experience Computation (EMU)

Emerging Media Technology and User-Experience Computation (EMU)

Call for Authors/Editors for Text Books,

Monographs,  and Handbooks

The Chapman & Hall/CRC Emerging Media and User-Experience Computation Series presents cross-disciplinary research, case studies, and insights into media technology, media business, and media design. The series will cover many topics of interest, including, but not limited to: advancements in media technology, animation, media design, music, robotics, video, content production, information systems, content systems, interactive media, visual effects, asset management, design approaches, user-experience, quality of experience, simulation, serious games, digital games, augmented reality, and virtual reality. The series is cross-disciplinary, and seeks contributions from computer science, media design, human-computer-interaction, psychology, (mass)-communication, information systems, and business viewpoints. More information in the Book PDF Flyer.

Calls, Current and Past Issues of the Series


The Serious Storytelling Handbook: Storytelling Outside the Entertainment Context

The Serious Storytelling Handbook: Storytelling Outside the Entertainment Context

Call for Book Chapters Proposals The Serious-Storytelling Handbook Storytelling outside the Entertainment Context to Engage, Enlighten, and Explain in Serious Games, Data Storytelling, User-Experience, AI, Health, eLearning, Science, Digital...

Topics of interest
(but are not limited to)

  • Virtual and Augmented Reality (AR and VR)
  • Quality of Experience (QoE)
  • Media/UX meets Big Data, deep learning, AI
  • Interactive data visualization
  • Digital computer games
  • Multimedia, video, music, and text media
  • Animation and digital graphics
  • Ubiquitous/pervasive media
  • Interactive storytelling
  • Entertainment technologies
  • Cultural visualization
  • Information systems in media industry
  • Interactive and collaborative systems
  • Mobile entertainment technologies
  • Management of IT in entertainment industry
  • User-experience and audience research
  • Social media and web-based media technology
  • Professional content production industries
  • Yours?

Proposal Instructions

For the book series, we are seeking high quality contributions. A first initial proposal or brief of the book should include the following information, and be sent via email to artur.lugmayr@artur-lugmayr.com.

  • Type of book (e.g. handbook, edited book, monograph)
  • Abstract (150-250 words abstract)
  • Tentative chapter structure and content
  • Target audience, and series fit
  • Key-dated and time planning for the project
  • Additional resources (e.g. website, newsletter, email list)
  • Author information (short bio, picture, affiliation, contact information)

For the final proposal, please download the proposal form [here] , some further more detailed instructions can be found on the CRC website [here]. Please send the complete proposal form, and send it to  artur.lugmayr@artur-lugmayr.com to get valuable feedback and some hints for improving the submission. Thereafter the improved proposal will be sent to CRC, who will be responsible for the final decision, and contract negotiations. After the proposal has been accepted, please create a website for the book, as well as a CfP (if applicable).


We are especially searching for brave new ideas in media
technology, visualization, and user-experience computation for this call! 


Series Information

http://emu.artur-lugmayr.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EMUSeries/

Newsletter: [click here]

Series Editor

A/Prof. Dr. Artur Lugmayr
Tel.: +61 (0)41 334 9 225
artur.lugmayr@artur-lugmayr.com lartur (skype)

Senior Acquisition Editor
Computer Science – Chapman & Hall/CRC Press
Randi Cohen
Tel.: 757-240-7501

randi.cohen@taylorandfrancis.com