Networked Media (NETMEDIA) is a research group within the Department of Telecommunications, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) University of Zagreb.
The research goal of the NETMEDIA group is to gain deeper comprehension of the quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) requirements for advanced and interactive multimedia services such as networked virtual environments and MMORPGs, and complex relationships between the application-level and network-level QoS. The focus is on application/session level control signalling, negotiation, and adaptation of QoS/QoE for media-rich services in the heterogeneous all-IP environment of the converged 3rd generation network and beyond. In cloud and future Internet scenarios, we are looking at source-based traffic modeling, resource allocation, and software defined networking.
The NETMEDIA group currently consists of eight researchers directed by professor Maja Matijasevic, including professor Lea Skorin-Kapov and assistant professor Ognjen Dobrijevic, postdoctoral researchers Sanja Grubesa, Tomislav Grgic, Krunoslav Ivesic, and Mirko Suznjevic, and doctoral students Ivan Slivar and Irena Oršolić. There are also several external PhD students associated with the group. The group uses the computer and networking resources in the Dept. of Telecommunications, as well as virtual reality equipment, shared with the HotLab group; and various platforms and open-source, commercial, and in-house developed software and tools supporting the reconfigurable laboratory network test-bed.


Invited lectures at the University of Padova

Mirko Suznjevic, a postdoc in NetMedia research group, has presented a series of invited lectures on the topic of: “Online games: market, architectures, and development” at the University of Padova. The lectures were organized in cooperation with  Assoc. Prof. Claudio Palazzi in scope of the course Advanced topics in computer science.

New web

New web pages of the research group are now available.