SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering (SET IJBE)

Deadline: July 10

Sociedade Brasileira de Engenharia de Televisão (SET), aiming to foster the production and disclosure of scientific knowledge in the field of communications, audiovisual, telecommunications, media technology and entertainment in general, wishes to advise that the call for the submission of scientific papers for the scientific publication, SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering (SET IJBE), 2019 edition, has been extended.
Articles sent will be evaluated by the Editorial Board, and those chosen will be invited to exhibit their work at the 2019 SET EXPO Technology Conference in São Paulo, on August 29, 2019. Final publication of the SET IJBE in its digital and printed versions will take place in December.
The SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering (SET IJBE) is an international open access, peer-reviewed article-at-a-time scientific periodical. To read previous editions, go to:
The SET IJBE is seeking current research comprising the state-of-the-art of the themes proposed, and it is an opportunity for high-quality, academic publication.

Materials to be submitted under this call

Interested authors must submit – by July 10 – in the articles submission area of the SET site, the following materials:

– An extended abstract (up to 1,000 words), in accordance with the list of themes below, in one of the following languages: Portuguese, English or Spanish.
– Two key words
– Abide by the submission rules on the site:

Materials to be delivered following approval:

Full paper in English

Approved articles are entitled to:

  • Free participation during the four days of the 2019 SET EXPO (Trade Show and Conference);
  • A printed copy of the SET IJBE magazine with their article;

Important: SET is not covering the cost of tickets/accommodation for authors living outside São Paulo city

Schedule and deadlines

Extended abstract July 10
Selection for the Conference July 28
Presentation at the Conference August 29
Full paper to be sent by September 20
Reviews from October 20 to November 24
Date of publication December 9

Who can participate?

  • Professionals
  • Researchers
  • Students and professors of engineering, technologies, communication and areas related to the themes described above.

Topics for this call

Audiovisual Contribution and Infrastructure

Technologies used in signal traffic and in the infrastructure for providing audiovisual services

  • Automation
  • Cloud Technologies – Applications and Services
  • Contribution Platforms – Fiber, Satellite, Microwave, 3G / 4G / 5G Networks, Integration, Optimization etc.
  • IP Infrastructure for Production / Integration / Distribution Centers
  • MAM / Digital Assets – Workflows
  • Remote Production
  • Security – Infrastructure (IoT Security, Physical Security, IP Network Security, Best Practices)

Innovation and Disruptive Technologies

New technologies under development, with applications for the broadcast / audiovisual sector and with disruptive potential

  • 5G Networks – Mobile Applications
  • ATSC 3.0 / Next-Gen TV
  • Audiovisual Startups
  • Big Data / Analytics / Artificial Intelligence
  • Blockchain technologies and Applications
  • Evolution of the Digital TV Standard in Brazil / SBTVD Forum / UHD Project – Brazil
  • Internet of Things
  • User-experience Design / Personalization
  • Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality, 360° Video, Immersive Viewing
  • Voice Interaction Technologies

Content Production

Technologies used for producing audiovisual content

  • Advanced Newsgathering / Sports
  • Audio Production
  • Cinema technologies
  • Games / e-Sports
  • Immersive Media – Technologies and Applications
  • Podcasting
  • Technologies for Creative Professionals
  • Ultra-HD, HDR

Regulatory Issues and Standards

Rules and regulations affecting the broadcasting / audiovisual industry

  • Accessibility Services (Audio Description, Brazilian Sign Language, Subtitles)
  • Data Protection and Privacy
  • Environmental Issues
  • Intellectual Property
  • Net Neutrality
  • Regulatory update
  • Spectrum Issues

Technology and Business

An analysis of the impacts of new technologies on the business 

  • Advanced Advertising / Targeted Advertising
  • Incentive laws
  • Monetization Strategies
  • Multiple screen display, personalization, viewer behavior
  • New Audiovisual Business Models
  • Outsourcing Services
  • Pay TV
  • Prosumer Technologies
  • Social Media Platforms
  • The Future of Radio
  • Viewership Metrics
  • VoD / OTT

Audiovisual Delivery and Consumer Electronics

Technologies used for distributing and presenting audiovisual content to the end-public

  • AI & Consumer electronics / Virtual Assistants
  • Connected cars
  • Connected TVs / Super Platforms
  • Displays Technologies
  • Mobile Reception
  • Pay TV Technologies
  • Radio AM Migration
  • Satellite TV
  • Streaming Technologies and Services
  • Terrestrial Digital TV