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IEEE BTS Seeks Abstracts for 2018 Presentations

The 2018 theme is “Media Transmission and Consumption with Emphasis on Disruptive Technologies”

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society has issued a call for papers for its 2018 IEEE Broadcast Symposium, which will be held at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Va., Oct. 9–11.

The event’s 2018 theme is “Media Transmission and Consumption with Emphasis on Disruptive Technologies.” With that in mind, topics of interest include:

  • Transmission
  • Quality of experience
  • Regulations
  • Next generation television
  • Media and broadcasting
  • Production of content
  • Internet of Things
  • Entertainment, gaming and virtual/augmented reality
  • 5G
  • Coding
  • Content processing

Note that all of these subjects should be tied to broadcast and broadband multimedia services.

[Related: “IEEE BTS Sessions Offer Food for Thought for Broadcasters” ]

Abstracts must be submitted by May 1. Extended abstracts of around 1000 words and the completion of a peer review process is required for papers to be considered for possible inclusion in the conference proceedings, which will also appear on IEEEXplore digital library. However, presentation-only abstracts should be about 200 words.

Accepted submissions will be notified by June 15. Then, abstracts that have been chosen to appear in the IEEE Broadcast Symposium conference proceedings will be required to be submitted as “camera-ready papers” by Aug. 23.