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INDIAcom 2016 : Special session: Image and Video Forensic


When Mar 16, 2016 - Mar 18, 2016
Where Delhi
Submission Deadline Nov 10, 2015
Final Version Due Jan 25, 2016

Call For Papers

On the eve of the occasion of INDIACom-2016 a special session on “Digital image and video forensic” will be conducted by Dr. Sunil Kumar, as session chairman. Original contributions are solicited for the special session “Emerging Trends of Information Technology in Management” on the eve of INDIACom – 2016; 10th INDIACom – 3rd 2016 International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development in the heart of the India’s capital and historical city: New Delhi.

This special session on Digital image and video forensic provides the researchers worldwide a platform to present their contribution to the field. Digital image and video forensic is highly popular and important area for researchers in the modern era. With the ever increasing digital content, the techniques to establish the authenticity of the visual content and protecting it from manipulation are gaining importance. The image and video forensic techniques are used by the forensic experts in various investigation agencies. This conference provide the platform to the scientists, researchers, experts, students and private sector parties from all over the world to show not only the original research work performed by them but also give an excellent opportunity to share the ideas, latest trends, innovation, findings regarding this area. The theme of session includes Digital image and video forensic and fields which are relevant to this topic.
• Digital image forgery
• Document forgery
• Online and offline signature verification
• Video forgery
• Watermarking
• Steganography
• Digital fingerprinting
• Image reconstruction
• Image inpainting
• Image analysis

Paper Submission

Authors from across different parts of the world are invited to submit their papers. Authors wishing to submit their papers must refer to the website, for paper structuring and formatting guidelines in detail, at Authors should submit their papers online at Unregistered authors should first create an account on to log on and submit paper. Only electronic submissions will be considered. Papers submitted by e-mail will not be considered.

Publication and Indexing

The shortlisted papers will be accepted for presentation and publication in the Soft Copy of Conference proceedings, bearing ISBN serial 978-93-80544-20-5, in the form of DVDs. INDIACom-2016 is approved by IEEE having IEEE Conference ID 37465. This means that the Conference proceedings of accepted papers, which will be presented in the conference, will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for publication and indexing, which is indexed with world’s leading Abstracting & Indexing (A&I) databases, including ISI, SCOPUS, DBLP, EI-Compendex, etc.. Selected papers will also be recommended to be published in the BIJIT; an indexed international journal having ISSN 0973-5658 serial, details of which are available at

All authors are required to check the plagiarism of their paper before its submission.

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