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Call for paper

If you are reading this you are thinking about submitting a proposal for a talk. That’s great!

Please note: the recommended speaking time is 45 minutes.

We are interested in the following topics

If you have an interesting idea on a topic that is not on the list we will be happy to consider your proposal anyway!

  • WebRTC
    • Backend and infrastructure
    • Browsers
    • iOS & Android
    • MCU & SFU
    • Simulcast
    • Codecs
    • WebCodecs, WebTransport
  • Video distribution
    • CDN
    • Peer-to-Peer
    • HTTP/3
    • Custom protocols
    • Communication operators
    • Last mile problem
  • Audio and video codecs
    • VP8
    • VP9
    • H.264
    • H.265
    • Opus
    • G.711, etc
    • Transcoding
  • Devices and players
    • Browsers
    • Hls.js, dash.js
    • Android & iOS
    • AppleTV, SmartTV
    • Subtitles
    • Accessibility
    • First frame problem
  • Storage and packaging
    • Video Storage
    • JIT Packaging
  • Video quality
    • Quality of Service
    • Quality of Experience
    • Metrics
    • Monitoring, telemetry and analysis of client problems
  • ML/AI
    • Codecs
    • Denoise
    • Quality improvement
    • Translation and voice acting
    • Accessibility

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Submission process

  1. 2022-08-12T00:00:00Z

    You submit your proposal

  2. 2022-08-16T00:00:00Z

    +2-3 Days

    We contact you

  3. 2022-08-17T00:00:00Z

    +5 days

    You discuss your content with your PC member

  4. 2022-08-18T00:00:00Z

    Convenient time for you

    You rehearse and prepare for your session

  5. 2022-08-22T00:00:00Z

    August 22

    We close CFP

  6. 2022-09-13T00:00:00Z

    September 13

    We let you know about our final decision

  7. 2022-09-16T00:00:00Z

    Convenient time for you

    We help you get your content ready for production

  8. 2022-10-20T00:00:00Z

    October 20-21, 26

    You give your session at the conference

Program committee

Each proposal will be examined by at least three reviewers from the Program Committee.

Selection process

  • Technical expertise

    You have experience and have completed projects in the field in question. The topic of your presentation is technically sound. You have a good understanding of what you are talking about and have been involved in the implementation of the project you are describing.

  • Practical applicability

    The content is important from a practical point of view and you not only cover the existing problems / solutions, but also share your experience.

  • Speaking experience

    If you have experience in speaking at conferences and meetups, this will be a great advantage. If this is your first presentation, be prepared to rehearse and practice.

  • Depth

    Your talk reveals the subject deeply and comprehensively. There is no need to talk about yet another Hello World (unless you think it’s a new, not widely known, but very promising technology).

  • Relevance

    You are going to discuss things that participants of the conference find useful not only yesterday but also today and in the future. In addition, the topic of your session matches the theme of the conference, and the content you are going to present matches the stated description.

  • Originality

    There is technical novelty in your session; the content either hasn’t been published before or presents a well-known topic / problem in a different light.

Additional information

  • If you feel like you need help to prepare your session you can count on us: we can appoint a personal curator who will review your material and organize rehearsals.

  • If you are submitting on behalf of another person, please fill the form using the speaker’s contact information. You can leave your contacts in the last form field (the one which asks about a co-speaker or comments).

  • Usually, we contact applicants within a week after the submission. If that hasn’t happened, feel free to contact us via email at program@dotnext.ru. Also, don’t forget to read the speaker’s memo.