Call for Papers

Call for Papers

The 21th International Packet Video Workshop
in conjunction with PCS 2015
May 31st – June 4th, 2015, Cairns, Australia

The 21st International Packet Video Workshop (PV 2015) is devoted to presenting technological advancements and innovations in video and multimedia transmission over packet networks, in particular wireless and Internet networks. The workshop provides a unique venue for researcher and developers from the media coding and networking fields to meet, interact, and exchange ideas. It aims to promote the research and development in emerging video streaming, multimedia networking and cloud media computing. PV 2015 in conjunction with PCS 2015 will be held in Cairns, Australia, on May 31st-June 4th, 2015. As in previous years, the workshop will be a single-track event and welcomes paper submissions from both cutting edge research and its business and consumer applications.

Regular Sessions

Prospective authors are invited to submit an electronic version of full papers, in PDF format, up to 6 printed pages in length (double column) according to the guidelines available on the workshop website at All papers will be reviewed by TPC members and published by IEEE Xplore. In keeping with tradition, the International Packet Video Workshop is scheduled with Picture Coding Symposium (PCS). The attendees of PCS2015 are very welcome to submit their papers to PV 2015, a high quality international workshop, and enjoy Cairns during the workshop.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Media streaming over Internet/wireless networks
  • Interactive video applications
  • Large scale multimedia processing and distribution via cloud computing
  • Peer-to-Peer systems
  • Multimedia stream mining
  • Network coding for multimedia communications
  • Multi-terminal media communications
  • Quality assessment for multimedia communication
  • Cross-layer optimization of multimedia systems
  • Scalable coding and delivery
  • Error resilient video coding and transport
  • Error concealment and post-processing
  • Tele-collaboration and tele-presence
  • Speech, audio, image, graphics, video and text coding for network communication
  • Standards for multimedia communication and related issues
  • Multimedia processing and distribution in online communities
  • Animation, virtual reality and 3D imaging over networks
  • Network gaming and graphical communication
  • Security, privacy, and protection for multimedia delivery
  • Distributed multimedia database and digital library
  • Network economics for multimedia application
  • Communication aspects of mobile augmented reality and media search
  • Database building and validation

Important Dates:

Paper submissions                               February 23rd, 2015
Notification of acceptance                    March 10th, 2015
Camera-ready paper submissions       March 30th, 2015

Please click the following link for PDF view of Call for Paper, Call for Demos.