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Dr. Artur Lugmayr, Head and founder of the New AMbient MUltimedia (NAMU) at the Tampere University of Technology


Prof. Dr. Artur Lugmayr describes himself as a creative thinker of future media environemtns, and his scientific work is situated between art and science. He has over 15 years experience in the wider field of digital media from a business, technological, and content creation perspective. His experience extends towards digital television, digital film making, virtual reality, media business information management, business consultancy, social media, ambient media, and creative media designs. His vision is to create innovative media experiences with emerging media platforms tagged with solid buisness models and processes. Starting from July 2009 he is full-professor for entertainment and media production management at the Department of Business Information Management and Logistics at the Tampere University of Technology (TUT) and founded the EMMi – Entertainment and Media Production Management Lab. He was the head and founder of the New AMbient MUltimedia (NAMU) research group at the Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland, which was part of the Finnish Academy Centre of Excellence of Signal Processing from 2006 to 2011. He is holding a Dr.-Techn. degree from the Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland, and is currently engaged in Dr.-Arts studies at the School of Motion Pictures, TV and Production Design (Aalto Univ.), Helsinki, Finland. He managed and coordinated numerous large scale scientific projects on national and international level; was guest scientist at several universities and/or hold guest lectures/talks (e.g. Harvard Medical School/USA, QUT/Australia, KTH/Sweden, UFAM/Brasil, Univ. of Neuchatel/Switzerland); chaired the ISO/IEC ad-hoc group “MPEG-21 in broadcasting”; won the NOKIA Award of 2003 with the text book “Digital interactive TV and Metadata” published by Springer-Verlag in 2004; representative of the Swan Lake Moving Image & Music Award; board member of MindTrek Association; EU project proposal reviewer; invited key-note speaker for several conferences; founder of the Ambient Media Association (AMEA); supervised over 30 thesis works; general chair of several conferences (e.g. EuroITV, Academic MindTrek); organized over 20 workshops (e.g. SAME workshop series); established several competition situated between art and technology (e.g. Nokia Ubimedia MindTrek Award, EuroITV Grand Challenge); held over 10 scientific conference tutorials (e.g. ICME, EuroITV, uxTV, ACM Multimedia); is editorial board member of several journals and publishers (e.g. Springer-Verlag, SERSC Press, IGI, ACM Computers in Entertainment); acted as review/programme committee member of over 30 conferences; contributed numerous books, book chapters, and wrote over 50 scientific publications. He founded the production company LugYmedia Inc. and is in the process to establish new startup companies.