Publications

Research into the Physico-chemical Behaviour of SO2 in the Atmosphere

1975 | Action 61a

New Media Technologies and User Empowerment - Volume 6

2011 | Action 298

Mobile Broadband Multimedia Networks Techniques, Models and Tools for 4G

2006 | Action 273

COST Projects - Collected Agreements Vol 2 1981-1982 Greek Language Edition

1984 | Action null

Musical Gestures: Sound, Movement And Meaning

2010 | Action 287

COST Chemistry Action - Activity Report

1994

Waterbased Inks and Deinking

1998 | Action E1

Methodology for the Exploitation of HBS Food Data and Results on Food Availability in 5 European Countries

1997 | Action 99

Materials for Sea Water Desalination Plants

1975 | Action 53

New Media Technologies and User Empowerment - Volume 6

2011 | Action 298

Recent developments in new media have led to the rise of what has become known as ‘social media’. The shift towards mass self-communication has lowered the technological thresholds for everyday users to connect and to become ‘produsers’ in media life. However, the question is to what extent users interacting in this ecosystem are empowered – and not disempowered – to express their creativity and concerns and to obtain a prominent role in new media design and innovation.

Mobile Broadband Multimedia Networks Techniques, Models and Tools for 4G

2006 | Action 273

The objective of COST 273 was to increase the knowledge on radio aspects of mobile and wireless broadband multimedia networks, by exploring and developing new methods, models, techniques, strategies and tools towards the implementation of 4th generation mobile and wireless communication systems. This book presents the results of four years of collaborative work by more than 350 researchers from 29 countries and 137 institutions (universities, operators, manufacturers, regulators, independent laboratories and others) in the area of mobile radio.

Musical Gestures: Sound, Movement And Meaning

2010 | Action 287

Musical Gestures is a collection of essays addressing the fundamental issues of gesture research in relation to music. This includes different approaches to what musical gestures are about, analyses of the relationships between gestures and sound, the relationships between performance and perception of gestures, and their significance and use in cultural contexts. It takes an interdisciplinary approach to these issues, drawing on ideas, theories, and methods from disciplines such as musicology, music perception, human movement science, cognitive psychology, and computer science.