The 9th ACM Workshop on Mobile Video (Call for Papers in PDF)

Workshop Chairs
Call for Papers

The focus of this workshop is to present and discuss recent advances in the broad area of mobile video services. Specifically, the workshop intends to address the following topics: a) Novel mobile video applications and architectures; (b) Research challenges in developing new techniques for providing rich video experience on wireless mobile devices; (c) New visions and concepts to support high quality video services on heterogeneous mobile devices and network conditions; and (d) Deployment challenges of new and scalable mobile video services. The workshop will provide an interesting venue to discuss widely varying beliefs and understanding being formed among the academic and industrial communities in terms of how next generation mobile video services should be delivered to end-users.


ACM MoVid 2017 solicits original and unpublished research achievements in various aspects of mobile video services, including, but not limit to, the following topics:

  • Mobile video services and applications
  • Video-on-demand technologies
  • Video streaming over wireless
  • Peer-to-peer video and audio
  • Distributed video coding
  • Adaptive media coding & transport
  • Middleware support for mobile multimedia
  • Cross-layer architectures and technologies
  • Wireless 3D video streaming
  • Video sensing and ubiquitous video
  • Mobile media sensing
  • Mobile networking for video streaming
  • Collaborative mobile video streaming
  • Video-based health monitoring, surveillance
  • Video in social media and social network applications
  • Crowdsourcing for mobile multimedia
  • Contextual video capture and delivery
  • Quality of experience metrics for mobile video
  • Video streaming over heterogeneous networks
  • Opportunistic device-to-device video delivery
  • Performance studies: real-time video QoS measurements, subjective video quality assessments
  • Crowd sensing for mobile media
  • Energy-efficient video services
Submission Instructions

Papers should be prepared in the ACM style and written in English.  Submissions to ACM MoVid 2017 must include new, unpublished, original research. Papers containing substantially similar materials may not be submitted to other venues concurrently with ACM MoVid 2017. All submissions will be handled electronically. Paper submissions must be formatted in strict accordance with ACM proceedings style. ACM MoVid 2017 accepts both full and short papers, with page limits of 6 and 3 pages, respectively. Full paper submissions showing promising preliminary results may be accepted as short papers. Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings together with the proceedings of the ACM Multimedia Systems conference and will appear in the ACM Digital Library.

Please refer to this page for an overview of important dates, submission guidelines and procedures for MMSys'17 tracks, special sessions, and co-located workshops.

The submission site for MoVid workshop is available here.

TPC Members
  • Kevin Almeroth, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Patrick Le Callet, Université de Nantes
  • Rocky K.C. Chang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Michael Grafl, SKIDATA AG
  • I-Hong Hou, Texas A&M University
  • Chih-Wei Huang, National Central University
  • Yueh-Min Huang, National Cheng Kung University
  • Jack Y. B. Lee, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Ricky K. P. Mok, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • KyoungSoo Park, KAIST
  • Schatz Raimund, The Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (FTW)
  • Nabil J. Sarhan, Wayne State University
  • Sheng Wei, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Jiyan Wu, OmniVision Technologies Singapore Pte. Ltd
  • Magda El Zarki, University of California, Irvine
  • Roger Zimmermann, National University of Singapore
  • Xinyu Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Madison