Page Submission Information
The Proceedings of PCM2015 will be published in a book series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science by Springer. Prepare a paper using the LNCS template for the conference. Papers should be submitted electronically in PDF to CMT. We will not accept any paper which, at the time of submission, is under review or has already been published or accepted for publication in a journal or another conference.
PCM 2015 accepts both full, short and demo papers. Full papers will be presented in the format of either oral or poster, while short papers will be presented in the format of poster. There will be awards for full, short and demo papers.
Papers can be submitted into a regular or special session by 15 May 2015. If you want to submit your paper to one of the follwing special sessions, please indicate the number of the special session.
[SS1] Multi-Modality Learning and Computing for Multimedia
[SS2] Visual Understanding and Recognition on Big Data
[SS3] Video/Image Quality Assessment & Processing
[SS4] Coding and Reconstruction of Multimedia Data with Spatial-Temporal Information
[SS5] Media Interaction in Social Robotics
[SS6] Advances in Low Complexity 3D Video Processing and Applications
[SS7] 3D Image/Video Processing and Applications
[SS8] Advances in Multimedia Streaming Technology
[SS9] Geospatial and Temporal Social MultiMedia Analysis
[SS10] Ambient Visual Sensing and Recognition for Human Activity Understanding
[SS11] HEVC Encoders and Key Technologies beyond HEVC
[SS12] Advances in Image/Video Security and Forensics
[SS13] Computational Processing for Multimedia
[SS14] 3D image/Video Compression, Analysis and Understanding
[SS15] Good Practices for Social Media Analysis and Retrieval
[SS16] Enabling Technologies for Multimedia Services and Applications Using Web Data
Full paper 8 ~ 10 pages; short paper 6 ~ 8 pages; demo paper 6 ~ 8 pages
Paper Format Template: MS Word
For more detail on submission requirements, please refer to the Author Guidelines.
Camera Ready Submission
The PCM 2015 Conference Proceedings, comprising the regular papers presented at the Conference, will be published by Springer in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) as an LNCS Volume 9309. They will be available on–line through the SpringerLink Digital Library, readily accessible by all subscribing libraries around the world. Authors may download the camera ready instruction and a partially completed copyright form here to prepare for the camera ready submission. Deadline for camera ready submission is 15 July 2015.