Do you have a fresh perspective on a challenging subject, a cutting-edge prototype or a piece of enlightening research begging for wider recognition? If so, then IBC’s Technical Papers and Posters can propel you to the international stage.
World-renowned for promoting technological innovation in its purist form, the technologies and thinking unveiled in the IBC Technical Papers and Posters succeed on the strength of their argument and expertise alone.
This is your unmissable opportunity to gain the undivided attention of the sharpest minds in electronic media. Take part and challenge us to rethink convention.
Submit your synopsis now!
Authors of successful papers are invited to present at IBC2013 and see it published in the official IBC Conference online publication. The single best paper will also receive the accolade of the IBC Best Conference Paper at the IBC Awards Ceremony.
Achieve valuable word of mouth reference by the world’s leading technologists about your idea, your team or your brand.
What are the Papers and Posters?
The IBC Technical Papers and Posters are the foundation of the highly respected IBC Conference. They are rigorously tested for originality and clarity of thought and they showcase and progress advances which benefit the entire industry.
The IBC Technical Papers have become world-renowned for their up-to-the-minute reports and presentations on leading-edge technologies and their applications.
IBC Technical Posters provide a medium which is more appropriate for publicising detailed or complex technologies and provide an opportunity to make more personal contact with a smaller specialised audience on the show floor.
Competition for inclusion is intense and it is the role of IBC’s independent Technical Papers Committee to peer review every proposal and select only those which they believe to be the most innovative and thought-provoking.
How can I get involved?
IBC welcome’s entries from every direction, whether you are a professional or a professor, a member of an R&D team, working alone or within a global brand and from across any part of the broadcast, electronic media and communications fields.
The key is to ensure submissions are sent in before the deadline expires on 8 February 2013 and we advise that everyone reads the guidelines before putting pen to paper.
The authors of successful synopses will be invited by the Technical Papers Committee to prepare full papers for a second peer review. Full papers will then be selected for publication in the IBC Conference proceedings and authors invited to make a 20 minute presentation at the conference in September.
The deadline for receipt of all synopses is 8 February 2013. IBC will contact all authors by 15 March 2013 to inform them of the decision.