Call for Papers

You can download the call for papers here.

The International Digital Media Industry and Academic Forum (DMIAF), technically sponsored by IEEE, is a forum that brings together researchers from academia and industry, and industry executives with diverse experience and activity in distinct, yet complementary areas, to discuss the development of emerging and next-generation Digital Media technologies, applications, and services. The program will include keynote addresses by industry executives, special sessions focused on industry-centered topics, presentations of novel research results, and industry-led panels. The forum will be held in Athens, Greece. A rich social program will complement the technical one.

DMIAF 2017 will bring contributions from a wide range of areas, which include but are not limited to

  • Advertising
  • Social Media
  • Professional Content Production
  • Archiving, Storage, and Compression
  • Animation
  • IPTV: IP/Mobile TV
  • Digital Cinema
  • Multicast/Broadcast/Streaming
  • Quality of Experience and Quality of Service
  • Light Field & Holography
  • Virtual & Augmented Reality
  • Interactive Media
  • HDR, Stereoscopic, UHD Displays
  • Digital Media for Health and Wellness
  • Emerging Technologies in Digital Media
  • 3D Technologies
  • Image & Video Capturing
  • Analysis, Indexing, Retrieval
  • Media Communications
  • Digital Rights Management

Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical papers (not more than five pages) for presentations at the conference. Accepted papers will be published in the IEEE DMIAF 2017 Conference Proceedings and eligible for submission to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Submission Instructions, templates for the required paper format, and other information are available at:

A significant number of special sessions will be organized by leading industry experts in emerging application areas. Proposals for Special Sessions are also solicited and should be sent directly to the respective chairs. They present leaders in a particular area, discussing a topic of interest within the scope of the forum. Proposals for Special Sessions should consist of a 150-word abstract, a 1000-word summary, and a cover page listing details of the organizers/author(s).

You can download the call for papers here.