Authors Guidelines

The conference proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library under the International Conference Proceedings Series. In submitting a manuscript to ICVGIP, authors acknowledge that no paper substantially similar in content has been or will be submitted to another journal, conference, or other event with published proceedings. In such a case, the submission to ICVGIP will be rejected without review.

Instructions for preparing and submitting manuscripts

* ICVGIP 2016 follows a double blind review system. Author should not include their names and affiliations in the manuscript and in all supplementary material. Authors should also ensure that their identity is not revealed indirectly (by avoiding acknowledgements to collaborators, direct citations to author's previous work, and uploading manuscripts in publicly accessible websites).

* The manuscript should be uploaded as a PDF file. LaTeX is preferred for typesetting. LaTeX and Word template files are available for download here. The maximum allowed file size is 20MB.

* The manuscript should be at most 8 pages in length (including all text, figures, and references). Submissions that do not satisfy the length restriction will be desk rejected. Further, authors should ensure that the paper length is commensurate with the content.

* Optional supplementary material containing images, movies and additional documents can be uploaded as a single .zip archive. The maximum allowed file size is 30MB.

* All manuscripts must be submitted at the Microsoft CMT submission portal on or before the paper deadline. The portal can be accessed from here.

* The paper ID must be included in the manuscript before uploading it on the portal. Paper ID may be created on CMT by entering the title, abstract, and subject areas.

* The paper submission deadline is firm. No extensions will be granted. Beginning this year, we will have an early decision phase. Each submission will be scrutinized by 2 Area Chairs, who will recommend if it may be assigned to reviewers for a detailed review. Papers that are clearly out of scope or well below acceptance thresholds will be rejected at this stage.